Nutrition Hologram B
This course discusses the physiological applications and processes in which the nutritional elements analysed in Nutrition Hologram A are involved. The course aims for students to develop a thorough understanding of the biochemical pathways supporting protein production through DNA transcription and translation, energy production through the ATP cycle, glycogenolysis and glycogenesis, and oxygen transport through blood haemoglobin. The impacts of reactive oxygen and toxicity and the significance of blood groups are considered along with effects of imbalances in digestive, metabolic and cell activity processes.
This course provides students with:
- Detailed information on the biological processes involved in nutrition;
- Specialised balancing techniques for the processes of gene expression in the cell through protein production, digestion, liver metabolism of nutrients and toxins, energy production and oxygen transport.
day one begins at 10:00 am,
the last day ends at 4:00 pm (28hrs)
Nutrition Hologram C following