Module 9 - Your role as a Nutritional Therapist Professional Diploma Level 5

In this module, you'll learn: What you CAN, CANNOT and MUST do as a Nutritional Therapist Professional Diploma Level 5 In the previous module, you made an individual diet plan for the client. Well done for making it to your final module! In here, you will be presented with important professional considerations of a Nutritional Therapist What should I call myself after graduation? Once you review this module you will be presented with the Final Exam.

Welcome to Module 9 of your Nutritional Therapist Professional Diploma Level 5


In this module, you'll learn:

What you CAN, CANNOT and MUST do as a Nutritional Therapist Professional Diploma Level 5

In the previous module, you made an individual diet plan for the client.

Well done for making it to your final module!

In here, you will be presented with important professional considerations of a Nutritional Therapist

What should I call myself after graduation?

Once you review this module you will be presented with the Final Exam.
Your role as a Nutritional Therapist
Professional Considerations:


Here's a reminder of the key DOs and DON'Ts. By the end of this course, provided you obtain adequate insurance cover, you will be able to:
Educate and appraise a person about their health
Address a person's health goals and put forward personalised suggestions
Check on food intake through questions and dietary journals
Follow up on a person's nutritional improvements
Adjust a programme where necessary
Inform about the benefits of proper nutrition, hydration, exercise, and self-care
Work with a person to implement strategies for new healthy habits to stick
You should always act ethically and responsibly, and you should NOT:
Guarantee results or health improvements
Exaggerate or misinform about the health effects of certain foods or products
Recommend supplements as a substitution for a varied diet
Diagnose medical conditions, prescribe treatment, or replace a doctor's advice
Call your clients "patients" or your assessments "diagnoses" or your advice "prescription" (only medical professionals are allowed to use these terms)
Provide substitution for the care of disease through a medical provider
Advise a person to stop taking prescribed medicine
Treat an illness or injury through over-the-counter products, herbs or supplements
Divulge confidential information about someone's health to third parties
Refer to your client as your "patient" or to your services as "treatment" or "prescription"
Practise, market your services or take on clients without having adequate insurance cover
You MUST observe all legal, tax, professional, commercial and regulatory requirements that apply in your jurisdiction.
And remember that you MUST work in collaboration with a Medical Doctor or licensed health professional if your client answers "yes" to any of the questions in the Client Health Check Questionnaire.



What should I call myself after graduation?




As long as you respect your local laws and ensure you practise with adequate insurance protection. The use of abbreviated post-nominal letters (e.g. Dr, RNutr, RD) is prohibited and reserved for universities and large professional bodies, who must first validate and authorise your use of them.

We do know that some course providers make them up, but that's unethical, illegal, and using them can put you at legal risk.It's therefore important that you do not mislead others and to protect yourself and practise safely, with the appropriate insurance.

Even if you provide nutritional advice for free, you still want to make sure that you and the person you help are protected.

There is a lot that you can indeed do with your professional certification with us, so it's worth revisiting your final module for a refresher.

We keep the materials of your course up-to-date and since you have lifetime access, you can always go back in!

Please review your previous lessons and prepare for your final theory exam.

Once you are ready, follow the steps below.

International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM)


Congratulations on successfully completing your course.
We are very proud that our training courses are fully accredited and approved by the International practitioners of holistic medicine (IPHM) and are pleased to let you know that now you have qualified with us, you may now apply and will be accepted as a certified therapist & member.
As a subscribed IPHM member you will then be entitled to use the letters IPHM after your name and will receive a member's ID badge and certificate providing you with further recognition as a professional therapist.
To Join IPHM please use our Training School Name or Ref Number (supply your IPHM number as shown on your certificate here ) to gain automatic approval.
Membership No: IPHMNC3656Apply for IPHM Membership Here: https://www.iphm.co.uk/join-ip...


Remember, after graduation, you will have free lifetime access to your course system and module-by-module content, including all future updates.



The quiz below is your FINAL EXAM.

Questions are related to each module.

You will need 70 point to pass.

Upon successful completion, you will receive your Graduation Bonuses.

Good luck!

Now that you've completed your learning, this is your opportunity to test your knowledge!
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When you're ready, take a module test!

You'll need to score 70% to pass this stage.

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Scientific research has confirmed that many of the modern world diseases are associated with a shortage of antioxidant nutrients, which can be helped by their supplementation.
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Antibiotics deplete the beneficial bacteria in the gut, increasing the need for probiotic supplementation.
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Each person has his or her own intestinal microbiota, comprising around 400 - 600 different species of bacterium?
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Which of the following is NOT a mineral?
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What is the best dietary advice for consuming phytochemicals?
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Does the level of CoQ10 in your body increase with age?
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Dietary recommendations for fiber per day are:
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Lipoic acid (often called α-lipoic acid), also known as thioctic acid, is a natural compound that is also synthesized by humans.
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Which group of foods below is not a rich source of phytochemicals?
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Probiotics are live microorganisms that are intended to have health benefits when consumed or applied to the body?
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