The Salt Fix (CHES)
This course is only for CHES practitioners.
Interesting and easy to read, evidence-based, well-researched, and will likely be a real game changer. Author is a respected cardiovascular research scientist, Pharm.D. at St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Inst., Kansas City, MO. The author points out yet another nutrition misconception that we have been teaching for decades like low fat and low cholesterol, and high carbs. He gives us the research to feel confident in what we say.
As nutritionists, we need to look at the research from the beginning of the low salt recommendation and reevaluate what we tell people.
“Thought-provoking, evidence-based information for anyone interested in improving their health.” Library Journal
“For decades, doctors and mainstream medicine have recommended lowering your salt intake, but in this well-researched and surprising book, Dr. DiNicolantonio explains why this seemingly well-informed advice is, in fact, wrong.” Robb Wolf, New York Times Bestselling Author
1.2.3 Review related literature
1.4.1 Analyze factors that influence health behaviors
4.1.2 Identify and analyze factors that impact health
Upon successful completion, the users will be able to:
1. Discuss four negative results from not consuming sufficient salt in our diets.
2. Identify which patients are salt-sensitive and what the assumed ideal sodium intake should be.
3. Counsel patients and family members on how to eat more healthy foods and thus improve patient outcomes.
4. Advocate for more patient-centered, individualized nutrition recommendations.
- Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)
- Integrative & Functional Nutrition Academy Professional
The U.S. healthcare system and its nutrition guidelines have come up short in recent years as one after another is exposed for being poorly researched and not founded on good science. This highly qualified researcher is bringing the low salt guideline to our attention in this book.