The training cycle in Physionutrition and Phytotherapy

Training only available through e-learning

All our training courses are conducted via e-learning and the course is validated by a diploma from the International Institute of Physionutrition and Phytotherapy.

Respond to a constantly growing market by offering your patients the latest advances in Physionutrition and Phytotherapy:

  • – A cycle of 64 e-learning modules: Create and implement a real consultation in Physionutrition and phytotherapy.
    Develop personalised nutritional and micronutritional management programmes.
  • – Validated diagnostic orientation tools that are easy to use: They will enable you to integrate Physionutrition and Phytotherapy into your daily practice and thus enhance your consultation.
  • – Interactive exchange sessions with our expert trainers: They will allow you to exchange several times during your course with real experts in Physionutrition and Phytotherapy who will give you their practical advice and will be able to answer all your questions. There will be 3 Q&A sessions, 2 sessions on the Physionutrition and Phytotherapy modules and 1 session on the Nutrition modules.
  • – Evaluation of the acquired knowledge by a quiz at the end of the cycle.


      • o Develop your patient base: More and more people are taking care of their health and want to live longer while staying young and fit. They are looking for specialists who can guide them in their diet, lifestyle choices and the use of food supplements to prevent and manage illness.
      • o Meet your patients’ new needs: The micronutrition and phytotherapy market is booming. Become the undisputed specialist in your region and integrate validated questionnaires to help you diagnose and monitor your patients’ problems.
      • o Optimise your professional activity to the maximum: Thanks to this new speciality you will be able to optimise your activity and take care of your patients’ health in an optimal way.



Part 1 : Basics of Biochemistry – 13 modules

  • The cell, a small domestic organisation

Module 1 : The cell, a small domestic organisation
Module 2 :A better understanding of communication and cell signalling…

  • Exploration of energy metabolisms

Module 3 : The basics of energy metabolisms
Module 4 : The catabolism of carbohydrates
Module 5 : Pyruvate metabolism
Module 6 : Fatty acids come into play
Module 7 : When acetyl-CoA fuels the Krebs cycle…
Module 8 : The adaptation of our metabolisms to our menus

  • Cholesterol and lipoproteins

Module 9 : Cholesterol, an enemy perhaps but an indispensable friend…surely!!!
Module 10 : The world of lipoproteins

  • Molecular genetics

Module 11 : A short approach to proteins in 25 slides: sources and functions
Module 12 : Integration of energy metabolisms
Module 13 : The last breath of our cells

Part 2 : Physionutrition – 27 modules

MODULES 1 et 2 : Introduction to Physionutrition
MODULES 3 à 7 : Digestion and microbiome equilibriums
MODULES 8 à 11 : Oxido-inflammatory equilibrium
MODULES 12 à 14 : Mitochondrial and essential fatty acid equilibriums
MODULE 15 à 18 : Acid-base and detox equilibria
MODULES 19 à 21 : Methylation and neuromediator equilibria
MODULES 22 et 23 : Hormone nutrition, thyroid hormones and melatonin
MODULE 24 : Insulin and glucose metabolism
MODULES 25 à 27 : Growth hormone, DHEA, pregnenolone, female hormones, aldosterone, cortisol and testosterone

Part 3 : Phytotherapy – 13 modules

MODULE 28 : Introduction to clinical phytotherapy
MODULES 29 et 30 : Kidney and emunctory drainage
MODULES 31 : Plants for the digestive system
MODULES 32 et 33 : Plants for the nervous system
MODULE 34 : Plants for immunity
MODULES 35 et 36 : Plants for rheumatology
MODULE 37 : The circulatory system
MODULES 39 et 40 : Endocrinology

Part 4 : Nutrition – 8 modules

MODULE 41 : Context, positioning, scientific basis and clinical cases
MODULE 42 : Understanding obesity, its definitions and implications
MODULE 43 : Biochemical and nutritional elements: prerequisites
MODULE 44 : A short natural history, the brain and energy flows
MODULE 45 : How does nutrition become a tool of care?
MODULE 46 : Real-life treatment principles
MODULE 47 : Post-therapeutic evolution, the ketogenic organism, freedoms
MODULE 48 : Additional elements and reminder of key concepts

Part 5 : Tutorials – 3 modules


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