The course presents the pioneering concepts of Dr. Carey Reams and explains the principles behind the pH test, proper procedures for conducting tests on urine and saliva, and how to use the test results to tailor counseling recommendations in diet and lifestyle plans.


Textbook: Basics of Biological Ionization by A. F. Beddoe, D.D.S.


Credits: 3

This course presents a revolutionary new way to look at health. It is based on years of clinical research, by the author who presents the true key to long-lasting health.

Textbook: Human Life – Its Philosophy and Laws

 

 


The course presents the pioneering concepts of Dr. Carey Reams and explains the principles behind the pH test, proper procedures for conducting tests on urine and saliva, and how to use the test results to tailor counseling recommendations in diet and lifestyle plans.


Textbook: Basics of Biological Ionization by A. F. Beddoe, D.D.S.


Credits: 3

Just one drop of blood can provide useful information to a health practitioner. It can show unhealthy conditions in the body that can be corrected with nutrition and lifestyle changes. This course will introduce students to a valuable tool in determining the condition of someone’s health and allow them to make   recommendations for dietary and lifestyle improvements

  • Textbook: Certified Natural Health Professionals. Dried Blood Cell Analysis.  Whitman Publications, 2004.  


Credits: 1


This introductory course covers a shift away from the traditional “mouth-only” orientation of dentistry, focused on oral hygiene, fillings and extractions.  This revolutionary view of dentistry recognized that issues in the mouth can trigger seemingly unrelated physical illnesses.


Textbook:  Whole-Body Dentistry   by Mark A. Breiner; DDS


Credits:  2


This course shows students how to study successfully, think critically, manage their time, complete assignments correctly, and have success with their studies.  In addition, each chapter stresses these three themes: self-awareness and identifying strengths and weaknesses, skill building, and self-management.


Textbook: Carter, Bishop, and Kravits. Keys to College Studying: Becoming an Active Thinker, 2nd edition.  Prentice Hall, 2007.


Credits:  1


 


This course discusses legal guidelines that apply to the practice of original medicine and naturopathy. It covers laws and their purposes, consent, disclaimer and disclosure forms, keeping records, licensing versus certification, etc. This course prepares students to effectively handle the legal aspects of running a naturopathic practice. 


  • Textbook: Wilson, Lawrence D. Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners. Review and L. D. Wilson Consultants, Inc., 2005. 
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Credits:  2



This course, which uses a textbook adopted by several naturopathic schools, is highly recommended for those studying to be board certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board. It explains many important aspects of the naturopathic profession, including, what modalities are used by naturopaths.


Textbook: Thiel, Robert, Naturopathy for the 21st Century.


Credits: 2