COURSES:



Cardio Vascular Accidents:  (CVA)
Prevention and Management  of Strokes.


Emotional Trauma:
​ Effects of unresolved emotional
​Stress


Ketogenic Diet: 
 Natural Fat Loss Program



​Neurofeedback:
​ Understanding and applying basic Neurofeedback 




REAMS (RBTI)  Analysis:
Building your RBTI Practice



The Gut Brain Axis:
​Relationship between Gut & Brain Health


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Course Description:

​This course will provide an understanding of the physiological actions involved when a stress is introduced to the body. It will cover the physical and emotional impact of the stress response otherwise known as the (Fight or Flight response). The Adverse Childhood Event (ACE) study reveals the impact of emotional stress on a person's physical and mental well-being long after the stress has passed. This course will introduce specific negative life patterns that develop as a result of unresolved stress and how these negative patterns effect decisions at work home, in relationships and ultimately shape our lives. A brief overview of Quantum Neurological Reset therapy QNRTTM a Natural therapy that is a proprietary protocol designed to initiate a quantum shift in the nervous system by resetting the brain's response to emotional triggers for both past and present emotional trauma and stress.

Reference: www.qnrt.com 
www.cdc.gov/ace/
Method: online - lecture – self-study

Outline:

1. Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) study 
2. Physiology of the Initial stress response
3. Limbic system 
4. Physical and mental manifestations of the effects of Long
    term stress and trauma
5. Negative life patterns
6. QNRTTM introduction


Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Describe the significance of the ACE Study as it relates to
    emotional health

2. Understand the physiology and function of the limbic system

3. Explain the effects of unresolved stress or trauma on the
    human  mind and body

4. Understand and Identify specific negative life patterns

5. Describe the significance of emotional health as it related to
    optimal health potential

6.  Understand the brain body connection as it relates to
    emotional stress



Cardio Vascular Accidents (CVA)  Prevention and Management  of Strokes.

Ketogenic Diet:   Natural Fat Loss Program

Course Description:

Dr. Carey Reams was a chemical engineer, mathematician, biochemist, and minister who accomplished great agricultural achievements. He created the Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI) which is a standard equation used to analyze the urine and saliva of an individual to determine optimal health. This course covers the basic principles as taught by Dr. Carey Reams. In this course the student will learn how to measure (carbohydrate/ sugar metabolism), PH of urine and saliva, electricity/salts, kidney function and protein metabolism as well as liver and gut function. This course explores the physical consequences of each standard deviation and specific natural strategies for each that will help restore metabolic balance. The Course also offers insights on building a successful practice around RBTI testing and consultations. Complete RBTI Kits and training videos for starting your own practice are optional.

Method: online - lecture – self-study – Live Workshops 
Reference Book: Choose! Life or Death : Reams Biological Theory of Ionization by Carey A. Reams (Author)
 


Outline:
 1. RBTI Significance and case studies 
 2. Standard equation interpretation
 3. Carbohydrate / sugar metabolism
 4. PH: (a) Absorption (b) Gut metabolism (C) Liver metabolism 
 5. Electricity & Salts 
 6  Kidney function & Protein Metabolism 
 7. Calcium types and significance
 8. Natural Health approaches to restore metabolic balance 
 9. Tips for building a successful RBTI practice


Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Describe the components of an RBTI analysis.
2. Explain factors that affect (a) absorption and metabolism of:       (a)     Nutrients (b) Gut (c) Liver (d) Protein. 
3. Identify deviations from the standard equation and define the     meaning in physiological terms.
4. List Natural Health prevention strategies for each deviation    
   from the standard. 
5. Explain potential complications of each deviation if left    
    unresolved.
6. List the steps necessary to establish and manage a  
    successful  RBTI (REAMS) Practice.

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Course  Description:

Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) is also commonly referred to as a Stroke. A recent study estimated approximately 795,000 persons in the United States suffer a stroke each year. This course will introduce the student to the risk factors and pathophysiology of a CVA including signs and symptoms of an impending stroke, preventive and emergency measures as well as aftercare management and prevention of future occurrences. This course promotes a working knowledge of the cause and common medical treatments of strokes and provides valuable education regarding prevention strategies and safe Natural Health measures and home management to lessen the risk of side effects from common drugs used to manage strokes.



Method: online - lecture – self-study

Outline:

1. Incidence and statistics
2. Pathophysiology of ischemic Strokes
3. Transit Ischemic Attacks (TIA)
4. Pathophysiology of hemorrhagic strokes
5. Factors that increase risk for strokes
6. Natural Health strategies to mitigate risks
7. Common Therapies: & dangers and complications


Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Describe the risk factors for a CVA.

2. Explain the physiology of a CVA and factors that affect and  
​   cerebral blood flow.

3. Compare and understand the differences between ischemic and
    hemorrhagic strokes as well as contributing factors for both.

4. List Natural Health prevention strategies to lessen the risk of  
   CVA occurrence.

5. Explain potential complications of traditional therapeutic drugs
    used in prevention and  management of CVAs. Discuss how to     mitigate correlated risks using Natural Health and safety      
    interventions.

The Gut Brain Axis:
​Relationship between Gut & Brain Health

RBTI (REAMS) Analysis: Building your RBTI Practice

Neurofeedback
​ Understanding and applying basic Neurofeedback 

Course Description:


Ketogenic diets are rapidly becoming a popular method for quick weight loss. Our bodies produce small fuel molecules called “ketones” which is an alternative fuel source for the body to use when blood sugar (glucose) levels are low. A keto diet is designed specifically to result in ketosis. It’s possible to measure and adapt ketone levels to reach optimal levels for health, weight loss, or physical and mental performance. This course defines and explains Ketosis and the role of ketones in the body. This course will provide the practitioner with a working knowledge of Ketogenic diets and give guidance on how to start and manage your own ketogenic fat loss program. We will explore health benefits, risks and contraindications to allow the practitioner to safely guide their clients through a healthy natural fat loss program. 

Method: online - lecture – self-study 
Text Book: Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet Hardcover – August 5, 2014 
by Jimmy Moore (Author), Eric Westman MD 


Outline: 
1. Explain the physiology of Ketosis
2. Heath Benefits of a Ketogenic Diet
3. Contraindications for Ketogenic Dieting 
4. Diabetes and Ketosis
5. Foods to Eat
6. Foods to avoid
7. Putting the Ketogenic Diet Program together




Objectives:

​Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Describe and define a state of Ketosis
2. Explain the health benefits of a Ketogenic Diet
3. List situations where ketogenic diets are contraindicated and
    should be avoided
4. Understand the relationship between Diabetes and Ketosis 
5. List foods that should be part of a ketogenic diet
6. List foods to avoid on a ketogenic diet
7. Outline necessary components of a Healthy Ketogenic Diet  
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Course Description:

Brain Science and Neurofeedback are becoming more popular in the United States. This natural treatment has been utilized widely in Europe for many years. As the Western world begins to become more interested and open minded to more natural ways of healing, Neurotherapy (Neurofeedback) is at the top of the list and gaining popularity as its benefits are proving to be worth the time and effort required for the therapy. This course will provide an understanding of the physiological actions involved when Neurofeedback is used to entrain brain wave activity. It will review the anatomy and physiology of neurons, explore the physiology of brain science as it relates to specific lobe function. It will foster an understanding of Neuroplasticity and provide the practitioner with a working knowledge of how to talk to their clients about Neurofeedback including how it works and the benefits one may expect. This course is essential for any practitioner contemplating adding Neurofeedback therapies into their practice.

Method: online - lecture – Videos – Live Workshops



Outline: 

1. Neuroscience Terminology 
2. Bran Wave Frequencies (a) Delta (b) Theta (C) Alpha (d) Beta (e) SMR (f) Gamma
3. Specific Brain wave Patterns and what they mean
4. A look at Brain Dysregulation
5. Medications that alter and affect specific brain wave activity and Neurofeedback progress
6. Functions of the brain lobes
7. Methods of brain entrainment
8. Basics for Neurofeedback implementation

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Define specific terminology necessary in working with
    Neurofeedback.
2. List each type of brain wave and it’s related function.
    Understand the different brain wave patterns and the    
​    physical manifestations for each.
 3. Define and discuss brain dysregulation
 4. Understand how commonly prescribed medication affects  
​     long term brain function
5. List the functions related to the specific brain lobes
6. Understand the all-natural brain entrainment approach to
    brain entrainment
7. List things you need to know or have in place before starting    
​    a Neurofeedback practice.


Emotional Trauma:
​ Effects of unresolved emotional Stress

  ​             Victory Healthcare Institute​

Course Description:

This course emphasizes the role of the Gut Brain axis which is the biochemical signaling that takes place between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. This is one of the most important and least realized factors that affect one’s ability to achieve optimal health. This course will provide an overview of the powerful direct relationship and the effects of gut health as it relates to brain function. This course will explain the relationship between digestive health and cognitive function as well as overall mental health. In conclusion Natural Healthy lifestyle choices that alter the gut brain function and directly impact the associated symptoms such as poor memory, Depression, Anxiety as well as ADD/ADHD Autism, Dyslexia, Schizophrenia and more.


Reference Book: 
Gut and Psychology Syndrome: by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

Method: online - lecture – self-study

Outline:

1. Physiology of gut brain relationship
2. What happens to the brain when there is gut inflammation
3. (SIBO) Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth 
4. Recognizing signs and symptoms of gut brain axis    
​    dysfunction
5. Diet and lifestyle changes to improve gut brain function and
   related symptoms


Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

​1. Describe the basic Physiology of gut brain relationship

2. Explain the effects of gut inflammation on the brain

3. Define and understand the impact of SIBO

4. Recognize signs and symptoms of Gut Brain dysfunction

5. List Natural Health measures such as Dietary and lifestyle
    changes and, supplementation that improve Gut brain
​    function and related symptoms.