Natural Nutrition: Naturopathy Course Overview
- Understand how to adopt naturopathy in day to day life
- Learn about healthy diets based on food categories
- Know how different foods affect the human body
- Understand the basics of the digestive system
- Know about other vital organs and systems
- Get an insight into the body purification process
Health & Healthy Diet
There are hundreds of opinions about a healthy diet and some of them contradict the others. Vegan people have a different definition of a healthy diet compared to people who eat meat. In this module, we wanted to depict the true definition of a healthy diet. This introduction module will let you know about all necessary substances required for the body including microelements, vitamins, amino, fats, and carbohydrates.
- Chemical and synthetic food
This module covers the details of different types of foods and their influence on our body. You will learn why chemical and synthetic foods are at the bottom of the food pyramid and why these are dangerous for the human body. Let’s learn chemical and artificial additives are causing harm to our natural body purification process.
- Meat and meat industry – Part 1
In this lesson, we will look at the effects of meat on the human body. You will find out why meat should be consumed moderately and how low meat consumption benefits the body to a great extent. Let’s get started and learn the physical and ethical impact of eating meat and other animal products.
- Meat and meat industry – Part2. Milk and dairy products
This lesson discusses the effect of milk and dairy products on the human organism. Milk and dairy products are different from meat since you don’t have to kill animals to consume them. Here, you’ll learn different aspects of milk and dairy products and know the positive and negative impacts on them on the human body.
- Thermally treated plant food
Learn where thermally treated plant food takes position in the food pyramid from this lesson. This portion of the pyramid comprises the most amount of food we consume. Thermally treated plant food refers to the plant food items that undergo food processing related to heat. Baking, boiling, and frying are the most common forms of thermal treatment. Learn more about these from this lesson.
- Raw seeds, nuts, beans and mushrooms
Seeds and nuts are popular with both vegan and non-vegan people. These food are not digested by our body in their original form. If we swallow seeds without chewing them, they’ll be discharged from our body as whole grains. We must chew or blend seeds and nuts well to get benefits from them. This lesson looks at how we can make the best from these seeds, nuts, beans, and mushrooms.
- Raw fruits, vegetables, juices and honey
This is the top portion of the food pyramid. Raw fruits and vegetables, juices and honey are the least consumed food from the pyramid. Statistics show that these foods accumulate only 5% of the total food humans consume. In this lesson, you will learn the difference between vegetables and fruits and how they play special roles in the human body
In this lesson, you will learn how to choose what products to consume to get all the nutrients you need. You’ll also learn how to distinguish between the signals from the body from the signals of the mind. Take this lesson to know the concept of physical and psychological appetite. Learn how to listen to your body and take necessary food items in the right quantities.
- Intestines, degree of contamination – Part 1
This lesson covers the mechanism of the human digestion system that includes many vital organs like the stomach, liver. Gallbladder, bile duct, common duct, pancreatic duct, duodenum, pancreas, and more. Let’s learn how the intestines may get contaminated by the food we eat every day.
- Intestines, degree of contamination – Part 2
This lesson is the continuation of part 1 of “Intestines, degree of contamination.” Here, you’ll learn how the formation of small and large intestines play a pivotal role in determining the degree of contamination.
- Intestines, two types of contamination reactions – slow and fast metabolism
People suffer from mainly two types of contamination reactions. Delay in bowel function is one of the most common intestine reactions. It is also related to slow metabolism. Acceleration of the work of the intestine is another contamination reaction. Learn about both of them from this lesson.
- Intestines, methods of cleaning – Part 1
In this lesson, we’ll know how to clean intestines and how to normalise the purification process., People with hyperactivity tend to have a faster metabolism. You can enhance your metabolism rate by eliminating chemical and synthetic food items and processed foods from your diet. This lesson is divided into two parts.
- Intestines, methods of cleaning – Part 2
This lesson deals with the methods of treating slow metabolism. The role of laxatives, oil laxatives, lemon juice, and other highly effective ingredients is discussed in this part 2 of intestine cleaning methods.
- Intestines, restoration of normal (symbiotic) microflora – Part 1
Learn about the role of bacteria in our digestive system. Bacterial is the most primitive unicellular organisms that work significantly to keep us functioning normally. Symbiotic and pathogenic bacteria are the two main varieties of bacteria. Let’s learn the role of these bacteria in this lesson.
- Intestines, restoration of normal (symbiotic) microflora – Part 2
One category of bacteria helps people by providing them with additional nutrients, and the other destroys accumulated slags and damaged tissues. This part two is the continuation of Intestines, restoration of normal symbiotic microflora lesson.
- Liver, pancreas – functions and cleaning
In this lesson, we’ll look at the work of the liver and how it reacts when exposed to different kinds of foods. The liver is mainly involved in the digestion of fat. It includes the gallbladder, duodenum, and pancreas in the digestion process. Follow this lesson to know more about the liver, pancreas, and other related organs.
- Kidneys, water and water regime – Part 1
Here, we’ll learn about the functions of kidneys and ways of increasing the efficiency of the kidney mechanism. You’ll know what type of food human needs and what amount is appropriate to keep the kidneys running at optimal levels. Let’s get started to learn the ins and outs of kidney functions.
- Kidneys, water and water regime – Part 2
The primary task of the kidneys is to nake all the water-soluble slags and toxins out of the blood. They work as a second filter for the blood. Kidneys send all the substances the body wants to cleanse to the bladder. To learn more, follow this lesson.
- Skin as an excretory system – Part 1
This lesson will find out why skin doesn’t work as an excretory system for many people. You’ll learn how to stimulate the skin and activate it to work as a better excretory system. When the digestive system and kidneys are mainly responsible for keeping the body pollution-free, skin also plays a big role.
- Skin as an excretory system – Part 2
Modern men don’t expose their skin to the natural temperature shift. They control the temperature by using AC and wearing clothes. This external control over temperature affects the mechanism of the skin, and it can’t work as an excretory system perfectly. Learn more from this lesson
Peculiarities of the purification period. Deficiencies of substances and energy.
In this final lesson, we’ll see the difference between purification processes and substances and energy deficiencies. We’ll also look at the three stages of purification as per Natural: Naturopathymethods. Each of these three stages come with a different set of characteristics related to the purification process. Let’s get started to know more.
|Health & Healthy Diet||00:06:00|
|Food categories and their impact on the human body|
|Chemical and synthetic food||00:08:00|
|Meat and meat industry – Part 1||00:13:00|
|Meat and meat industry – Part2. Milk and dairy products||00:09:00|
|Thermally treated plant food||00:09:00|
|Raw seeds, nuts, beans and mushrooms||00:10:00|
|Raw fruits, vegetables, juices and honey||00:11:00|
|Listen to your body|
|Listen to your body||00:05:00|
|Intestines, degree of contamination – Part 1||00:09:00|
|Intestines, degree of contamination – Part 2||00:07:00|
|Intestines, two types of contamination reactions – slow and fast metabolism||00:11:00|
|Intestines, methods of cleaning – Part 1||00:15:00|
|Intestines, methods of cleaning – Part 2||00:12:00|
|Intestines, restoration of normal (symbiotic) microflora – Part 1||00:09:00|
|Intestines, restoration of normal (symbiotic) microflora – Part 2||00:11:00|
|Liver, pancreas – functions and cleaning||00:13:00|
|Other organs and systems|
|Kidneys, water and water regime – Part 1||00:13:00|
|Kidneys, water and water regime – Part 2||00:12:00|
|Skin as an excretory system – Part 1||00:14:00|
|Skin as an excretory system – Part 2||00:13:00|
|Peculiarities of the purification period. Deficiencies of substances and energy.||00:08:00|
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