TheDr.com, a provider of research-based education, announced the availability of the Certified Gluten-Free Practitioner Program with Dr. Tom O’Bryan so both licensed and non-licensed wellness professionals can better meet the needs and outcomes of their clients or patients.
More details can be found at https://glutenfreepractitioner.com
The launch of the research-based program offers wellness professionals the chance to become a Certified Gluten-Free Practitioner (CGP) by providing them with a comprehensive understanding of autoimmunity, celiac disease, gluten sensitivities, and wheat-related disorders.
Harvard Medical School reported that individuals living with celiac disease develop inflammation and damage their intestinal tracts when they eat foods containing gluten. This in turn affects the nutrients they can absorb for optimum health, underscoring the seriousness of the disease.
The Certified Gluten-Free Practitioner Program will teach students the difference between celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and other wheat-related disorders. The curriculum will also help them identify symptoms, and learn about lab testing and the interpretation of results. They will also come away from the program with enhanced knowledge on how to help clients and patients improve their self-care through proven clinical approaches.
The certification gives wellness practitioners credibility in a specialized area. This enables them to expand their practices by offering a niche service to clients or patients, helping them gain an understanding and relief from autoimmune conditions, food sensitivities, and gluten and wheat-related disorders.
Dr. Tom O’Bryan, who takes students through the Certified Gluten-Free Practitioner Program, is an autoimmune expert and recognized expert on gluten and how it affects health. He is also the founder of theDr.com and author of the best-selling books ‘The Autoimmune Fix’ and ‘You Can Fix Your Brain.’
A satisfied wellness professional said: “This just took my knowledge, and my practice, to another level through a much deeper and clearer understanding of the effects of gluten. The medical studies were key to supporting all the evidence. I feel that I will be able to help my clients understand the ‘why’ so much better, as well as fill in some of the missing gaps I had in supporting their body’s own healing process.”
Additional information on the Certified Gluten-Free Practitioner Program is available at https://glutenfreepractitioner.com
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