by Dr. James Meschino on 6 July 2020 in Supplements, Depression, Cardiovascular disease

​Tags:  Stroke, Inflammation 

Essentials of Pharmacology for Nutrition Experts

Sample Lesson - First lesson of 9 (Length: 34 Mins.)

Essentials of Pharmacology is a must for health professionals who are serious about nutrition. Many of your patients will be taking medications, and the impact of diet and supplementation is not only significant; it can be critical to outcomes. Please take the time to watch this brief video for an introduction to this important topic.

“Many practitioners are aware that nutrition, exercise, and targeted supplementation interventions may, in some cases, reduce or eliminate a client’s requirement for certain medications, or act as complementary agents to enhance the management of the client outcomes. Essentials of Pharmacology offers an evidence-based review of this subject comparing drugs and supplements that are effective agents in the management of common health conditions.” 

Note:  This video is a brief introduction to the Essentials of Pharmacology

The Health Professional can access the entire  6 hour and 39-minute course by clicking on the provided link.   Essentials of Pharmacology is one of 4 courses found in 104- Nutritional Medicine and Systemic Health Problems and is the 4th section of 6 that completes the Advanced Nutritional Medicine Sports Nutrition Certification Program from the Global Integrative Medicine Academy. 

- Dr. James Meschino


About the Author

Dr. James Meschino, DC, MS, ROHP, is an educator, author, and researcher having lectured to thousands of healthcare professionals across North America. He holds a Master’s Degree in Science with specialties in human nutrition and biology and is recognized as an expert in the field of nutrition, anti-aging, fitness, and wellness as well as the author of numerous books.

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