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Nutritional Therapy MSc


Course Description

Research is proving that nutrition is of fundamental importance to health; this is echoed in the political health agenda in both hospitals and schools, and within the wider community.

Prevention of ill-health by sound nutrition and other lifestyle changes is being seen as the way forward to decreasing many degenerative diseases. Nutritional therapy is contributing to health improvement not only as a preventative strategy, but also as a treatment therapy in its own right.

The course will facilitate practitioners to provide nutritional advice through the use of food as a therapeutic tool, along with nutri-ceutical prescription and lifestyle advice.

Visit the Nutritional Therapy MSc page on the University of Worcester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Either a first or second-class Honours degree in a relevant, cognate discipline or

Last Updated

07 June 2017

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