Drug abuse can lead to nutritional deficiencies and irritable digestive system. Drugs can have severe long-term effects on our health and nutrition. Drug & alcohol abuse interferes with breakdown & absorption of nutrients in the body.
Nutrition is one of many issues that need attention while recovering from drug abuse. Food is important in helping the body to rebuild itself and maintain a good health.
This course will help you understand the long-term effects of drug abuse and how it can be prevented or cured through dietary and lifestyle changes.
Now more than ever with the COVID-19 outbreak, we need to find ways to boost our immune system as much as possible.
Making sure you are eating a diet high in immune-boosting nutrients is one way you can take an active role in maintaining your health and wellness.
Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wear a face mask out in public. Stay at home. These are the strict rules we’ve been following for weeks on end to protect our health during the COVID-19 pandemic. But what else can be done to improve immunity and fight viral infection? Try a diet that’s high in antioxidants. If the immune system is weakened, neutralizing antioxidants rush to repair and defend it from further damage. This is why it’s important to eat a wide variety of nutritious foods that provide good sources of antioxidants to help your immune system stay strong.
In this short-term course, we provide knowledge about various causes of viral and bacterial infections and how to deal with these infections by making suitable dietary changes.
- Understand the causes of viral and bacterial infection.
- Role of diet in combating these infections.
- Dietary changes, including foods to eat and avoid to prevent these infections.
- Healthcare Professionals
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Certificate will be awarded to all candidates upon completion of the course.