PK201: The Therapeutic Benefits of Keto and Low Carb Nutrition
RNZCGP endorsed, cutting-edge education from world experts for those wanting to dive deeper.
- Professor Tim Noakes,
This online course will give you an accelerated and in-depth understanding of the latest science and evidence around:
- The biological basis of LCHF and Keto
- General Practitioner's experience with managing chronic disease
- Nutritional Ketosis
- The debate around LCHF and Keto
- The clinical and practical applications of LCHF and Keto chronic disease
The course is ideal for the General Practitioner, Dietitian/Nutritionist, Allied Health Professional, Coach or driven learner who wants to understand the latest about LCHF and Keto from world experts.
The course usually takes approx 12-15 hours. It consists of 5 x approx 90 minute modules, with each module requiring a further 90 minutes of reading and/or reflective practice.
This course is accredited by the RNZCGP for 15 hours CME, and similarly counts for 15 hours CPD for nurses, physios, and pharmacists.
We built this course because the low-fat dietary guidelines were based on flawed science when they were introduced 40 years ago. We now know better. Low carbohydrate, healthy fat (LCHF) nutrition and/or ketogenic diets can and do address many of the root cause of diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. This course shares real-world clinical examples.
StartModule 1: Introduction (0:54)
StartLesson 1: Dietary history and controversy (20:48)
StartLesson 2: Understanding the evidence (44:16)
StartLesson 3: The epidemiology of LCHF and Keto (18:18)
StartLesson 4: A GP's perspective: The causes of chronic disease (11:05)
StartLesson 5: A GP's perspective on Lipids (6:39)
StartModule 1: Test
StartModule 2: Introduction (0:51)
StartLesson 1: Metabolic hormones 1 - Insulin homeostasis (25:40)
StartLesson 2: A GP's perspective: Insulin is the key (8:02)
StartLesson 3: Metabolic hormones 2 - Leptin, Ghrelin, Glucagon, Incretins (9:38)
StartLesson 4: A GP's perspective: calorie vs. endocrine model (6:45)
StartLesson 5: A GP's perspective: Q & A (16:56)
StartModule 2: Test
"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.
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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.