International Diploma in Nutritional Supplementation


Diploma in

Nutritional Supplementation


Duration of the course

6 weeks to 3 months, depending on how slowly or quickly you wish to do this.

What will you receive at the end of the course?

An International Diploma in Nutritional Products Information

Please note: this course is not run by any nutrient company, and is not biased in favour of any range at all. The course is recognised as being one of the most comprehensive available, and is not in any way allied to any health products company – it is a generic course. For price please enquire through our offices at


The course fee includes all Study Guides, Texts, CD’s/Flash Drives, Reference material, examination fees and the final International Diploma in Nutritional Supplementation. Payment is only acceptable as a single up-front fee which includes all taxes and courier fees. For price please enquire through our offices at


Who should do the course?

Anyone who wants to be more educated about nutritional supplementation either for their own needs, or to sell nutritional products responsibly, would benefit from this very comprehensive course, including health store owners, therapists and anyone dealing with supplements or involved in the health industry. Most people today want to know what supplements do, how to use them safely and effectively, and what to watch out for. This is also an excellent course for anyone selling nutritional supplements (of any brand) to enable you to understand more fully the action of supplements on the human body.

Just some of the subjects covered in this course include the following:

  • Who Needs Vitamins and Why?
  • Food processing, storage and preparation
  • Genetically based vitamin needs
  • Special diets and their nutrient content
  • Digestion and malabsorption
  • Micronutrients as therapeutic tools; How Vitamins Work
  • Vitamin Toxicities and Side Effects; Different Types of Mineral Supplements
  • Blood levels of vitamins; Fish oils and inflammation
  • Evening Primrose Oil and eczema; Psoriasis
  • Digestive Enzymes; Friendly Micro-organisms; Amino acids
  • Preparation for pregnancy; Close birth spacing; Delayed ovulation
  • Constipation during pregnancy; Lactation; Colic; Childhood diet
  • Chemical sensitivities; Hyperactive behaviour; Brain function; Bone growth
  • Drug nutrient interactions; Dietary modifications for PMT; Fatigue
  • Food allergy; Sports Injuries; Osteoporosis;
  • Skin Conditions; Eczema; Acne; Psoriasis; Leg ulcers, Varicose veins
  • Different types of cholesterol; Longevity and Ageing
  • Asthma; Rheumatoid Arthritis; Kidney Stones; Oxalates
  • Animal fats verses fish oils and evening primrose oil
  • Adverse reactions to wheat, dairy products and beef;
  • Blood sugar and cataracts; Glaucoma; Diet for cataract prevention
  • Importance of vitamin C; Tinnitus and diet
  • Low blood sugar levels, adrenaline release & tinnitus; Stress effects
  • Anxiety; Lactate production and anxiety; Panic attacks and aerobic exercise
  • Cancer preventative measures; all cancers
  • Antibodies and antigens (reactive food components)
  • Detoxification of chemicals by liver enzymes
  • Free radicals and antioxidant nutrients –and much, much more