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Orthomolecular Buenos Aires

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Diploma course Orthomolecular and Nutrigenomic Medicine

Duration: 9 months - Program: 18 bi-monthly modules - Modality of the Course: Online and Face-to-face practices (optional)

ENDORSED BY:

(Foundation for the Investigation of Medicine
Orthomolecular and Nutrigenomics Argentina)

The Diploma in Orthomolecular and Nutrigenomics Medicine has a duration of 9 months and consists of 18 bimonthly video-class modules, and individual video conferences with online consultation with the teacher (rounds) to request one for each module.

The duration of each class is 120 minutes. And the training and clarification rounds are 30 minutes.

The online course system allows the automatic recording of the classes, and the student will receive all the corresponding bibliographic material in parallel.

The course consists of a practical part to be done in person at the Orthomolecular Buenos Aires headquarters, where all the techniques related to the specialty will be taught (HLB, LBA, ES Teck Complex, Oligoscan, infrared camera, In Body, Test Neurotransmitters, among others.) Duration 8 hours.

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What is Orthomolecular Medicine?

What is Orthomolecular Medicine?

Dr. Linus Pauling

It consists of medical practice based on the use of the most appropriate nutrients such as vitamins, amino acids, minerals, trace elements, fatty acids, phytotherapics, nutraceuticals, in therapeutic doses according to the individual biochemical requirements of each patient.

It implies an approach that allows, not only to treat but to prevent the installation of the different pathologies through the balance of natural substances in the organism. Using the supplements or even the diet itself, without ignoring or neglecting traditional therapies. It consists of Integrating.
Individual biochemistry is the central precept of Orthomolecular Medicine.

Etymologically, Orthomolecular means "appropriate or correct molecule", a situation that differs for each individual and even for different moments of the same individual. For this we rely on the precepts outlined by its creator and creditor of the Nobel Prize Dr. Linus Pauling.

Individual biochemistry is the central precept of Orthomolecular Medicine.
Etymologically, Orthomolecular means "appropriate or correct molecule", a situation that differs for each individual and even for different moments of the same individual. For this we rely on the precepts outlined by its creator and creditor of the Nobel Prize Dr. Linus Pauling.

What is Nutrigenomics?

Food & Environment

The search for knowledge about appropriate and potentially healthier foods has increased in recent decades among scientific societies in both the health field and the world population in general. It is known that food and the environment can influence the health status of an individual, in this way they have used food and plants as medicines.

With the advance of science, especially after the concretion of the Human Genome Project, scientists began to wonder if the genes and bioactive compounds of food could positively or negatively influence the health of the individual. This is how Nutrigenomics emerges, which consists in the study of the interactions between the genome and nutrients. It aims to understand how the different nutrients incorporated with the diet can modify cellular homeostasis in such a way as to convert them into a prophylactic or therapeutic tool.

What is Nutrigenomics?
Program

Program

18 bi-monthly modules

» Module 1: Introduction to Orthomolecular Medicine and Nutrigenomics.
» Module 2: History of Orthomolecular Medicine.
» Module 3: Oxidative stress, evaluation methods, antioxidants.
» Module 4: Cellular inflammation. Detoxification
» Module 5: Bases and foundations of Orthomolecular Nutrition.
» Module 6: Proteins, peptones, amino acids, lysates.
» Module 7: Carbohydrates and lipids.
» Module 8: Vitamins.
» Module 9: Minerals and oligoelements.
» Module 10: Orthomolecular oncology. Metabolic Cancer Therapy.
» Module 11: Dysbiosis, prebiotics, probiotics, postbiotics.
» Module 12: Metabolic syndrome. Diabetes, dyslipidemia, hyperuricemia, hypertension.
» Module 13: Bioidentical hormonal therapies (climacteric, andropause, libido).
» Module 14: Longevity (regulators of telomerase, mitochondrial biogenesis, caloric restriction).
» Module 15: Overweight, obesity, diets, appetite modulators, impedanciometry.
» Module 16: Intravenous therapies (chelation, Myers cocktail, DMSO, alpha lipoic acid, 5 hydroxytryptophan).
» Module 17: Neurotransmitters and their modulation. Adrenal stress (Seyle classification and treatment).
» Module 18: Genetics, Epigenetics, Nutrigenomics.

On-site or online practical course

Program duration 8 hours

Program of the practical course to be held in Orthomolecular Buenos Aires (duration 8 hours).

» HLB (measurement of oxidative stress by optical microscopy).
» Oligoscan (scaneo of minerals and trace elements).
» IN BODY (impedanciometry for body composition).
» ES TECK complex.
» Neurotransmitter test.
» Biopuncture, cellulotherapy, mesotherapy.
» Homotoxicological treatments.
» Infrared.

On-site or online practical course

Registration

If you need additional information, please call: +54 911 3800 2294 or complete the form.
E-Mail: info@orthomolecularba.com

Todos los campos son obligatorios