PK202: The Practice of Low Carb & Ketogenic Nutrition
Professional Training in Ketogenic Nutrition & Treatment
This 1-month online course will arm you with the confidence, knowledge and key practice techniques using the latest science and clinical trials in this field.
It is full of downloadable practical resources and guides.
Students who did this course last month have told us that they now have a real consolidation of knowledge and feel more confident.
Our 200 level courses are limited and fill up extremely fast. Last month's course sold out.
"My GP practice has been offering a low-carb option since 2013. An unexpected bonus is that we now spend 40,000 pounds less per year on drugs for diabetes alone and with careful medical supervision we have now managed to help 59 patients achieve drug-free diabetes remission".
- Dr David Unwin, FRCGP, RCGP National Champion for Collaborative Care and Support Planning in Obesity and Diabetes, RCGP Clinical Expert in Diabetes, partner Norwood Surgery, Southport UK.
Dr Caryn Zinn
Caryn is an NZ Registered Dietitian and academic at AUT University. She has over 20 years of consulting experience as a dietitian and is the managing director of her nutrition and lifestyle consultancy practice.
Professor Grant Schofield
Grant is the Director of The Centre for Human Potential at AUT University and has all the boxes ticked in a high-achieving academic career. Together, Grant and Caryn are the principal instructors on this course. They are both internationally-recognised as world-class experts in the field of Keto & LCHF nutrition.
Authors of best-selling books - What the fat? and What the fast! they bring you a wealth of theoretical knowledge and practical experience in this course.
Dr Glen Davies
Glen is a Medical Doctor providing General Practitioner Services in Taupo, New Zealand. He focuses on offering LCHF and Keto as active management diets for chronic illness and disease, in particular Diabetes.
- Professor Tim Noakes,
Frequently Asked Questions
The roots of obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease are firmly embedded in the food environment.
- Dr Aseem Malhorta, Cardiologist, best selling author, researcher, and Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine.