Dietary & Ayurvedic treatment of food intolerances

The best of both worlds for a healthy digestion

People who are affected by food intolerances (NMU) often suffer for years from abdominal discomfort or have numerous visits to the doctor behind them, before a targeted diagnosis of NMU is considered or they reach an expert nutritionist.

Often gastroenterological complaints overlap the symptoms of food allergies, carbohydrate malabsorption and histamine intolerance. What is behind it and how can nutritionists accompany clients/patients nutritionally? What aspects might still need to be considered?

In holistic counseling practice, careful, almost detective-like anamnesis, review of findings and lifestyle analysis, igniting or mitigating Agni, and consideration of emotional influences are at the forefront of successful long-term support for clients with NMU. Instead of increasing restriction, it can also be about developing tolerance.

As a lecturer, Dr. Astrid Gerstemeier always knows how to combine the modern scientific considerations of Oecotrophology and Ayurveda - the best of both worlds.

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- Medical history of food intolerances, e.g. carbohydrate malabsorption and histamine intolerance
- Differentiation of allergies and intolerances
- Which test procedures/diagnoses are used? What is their significance? Limits and understanding
- Counselling process in nutrition therapy counselling
- Case studies/reading and understanding nutrition protocols in small group work
- Psychosomatic aspects of food intolerances

For whom?

Nutritionists, cooks, doctors and all those who have a basic knowledge of Ayurveda nutrition.

Price info

Seminar fee from € 340

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Rosenberg gGmbH - European Academy for Ayurveda | D-63633 Birstein

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Required previous knowledge:
Ayurvedic nutrition: true to type and holistic

2 Days
15 hours attendance
30 learning hours

€ 340
Plus board and lodging if applicable

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