Nutrition Courses

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Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine)

This Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine) degree teaches a holistic approach to disease prevention and management, with a focus on scientific evidence, ethics and sound clinical research.


With the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills gained from this course, you will graduate with the confidence and ability to work as a qualified Nutritionist across a range of healthcare settings.


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Endeavour College of Natural Health

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Nutrition Principles Course unit

Open to anyone, this introductory online unit in Nutrition Principles from RMIT teaches the science of nutrition and how it affects our bodies and wellbeing.



Contributing to an applied science degree, this unit covers the scientific basis of micro and macronutrients and energy absorption within the human body.


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Open Universities Australia

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Nutrition, Health and Disease Course unit

This online unit delivered by RMIT University offers insight into the links between Nutrition, Health and Disease.



Covering a range of pathologies, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes, this unit explores the role of diet in the onset and treatment of these epidemic diseases.


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Open Universities Australia

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Diploma of Nutrition (Non-Clinical Advisor) 10136NAT

Develop a deeper understanding of human nutrition within the context of the fitness and wellness industry with this online Diploma of Nutrition (Non-Clinical Advisor) (10136NAT) course.


The course has been developed in partnership with accredited practising dietitians and is ideally suited to fitness professionals.


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Australian Institute of Personal Trainers

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International Nutrition Course unit

Study this online International Nutrition unit offered by Curtin University to learn about the importance of nutrition, and its relationship with society, politics, economics and the environment.


You will become familiar with the priorities in addressing international nutrition issues, and will discuss a range of global food problems and potential solutions.


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Introduction to Nutrition Course unit

This online Introduction to Nutrition unit through La Trobe University examines Australian Dietary Guidelines and the use of food guides in assessing the diets of populations, as well as the causes of and solutions to the growing worldwide obesity epidemic.


After successful completion of the unit, students will be skilled in the principles of energy intake and energy expenditure, basic techniques for nutrient adequacy assessment of individual diets, and simple techniques for assessing body composition.


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About Nutrition

You know when McDonald’s starts offering salads with their Big Macs that a paradigm has well and truly shifted. Our sedentary lifestyles, coupled with a reliance on the energy-spiking merry-go-round of processed junk foods, have seen us facing some scary statistics. Just recently, the Australian Health Survey of 2011-12 found that two thirds of Australian adults and a quarter of our children are either overweight or obese.

Experts say that maintaining a healthy body is 80 per cent nutrition and 20 per cent exercise – so with diabetes and obesity epidemics on our hands, it’s no surprise that nutritionists are in high demand. If helping others to maintain a healthy lifestyle appeals to you, then you’ve picked the right time to make a difference.

There are many kinds of ways that you can make an impact as a nutritionist or dietitian. You could work in the booming health and fitness industry, offering counselling to individual clients or conducting research. The last few years have seen an increased need for community-based nutrition programs and public health campaigns, so there are many opportunities.

Potential nutrition career outcomes include: Dietitian, Nutritionist, Dietitian, Allied Health Assistant, Therapy Assistant.

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