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Bachelor/Master of Science in Holistic Sports Nutrition

The Combination B.S./M.S. in Holistic Sports Nutrition program teaches students the proper 80% alkaline-forming to 20% acid-forming ratio in the diet for helping sports athletes maintain power, strength, and endurance. The program includes courses in physiology, advanced natural lifestyles and philosophies, proper enzymes and nutrition, the phytochemical compositions of foods, and the advanced biochemistry of sports nutrition as it relates to sports and the influence of nutrition on exercise, performance, training, and quick energy recovery time. The course also includes an essay on herbology.

Program Course Descriptions

BSHSN-101 Advanced Holistic Sports Nutrition I: Applied Science of the Acid Alkaline Balance Diet

healthy lunchThis course presents the most advanced applied food concepts on correct sports holistic nutrition. It also examines the catalyzing role of enzymes in food nutrition, digestion, assimilation, and health in relation to the importance of the acid/alkaline balance diet for attaining pristine health, especially increasing a person's power, strength and endurance by as much at times as 50% to 100%.

Unlike the Sports Dietitian or Sports Nutritionist, we do not promote acid forming diets that weaken the quality of body tissue leaving the athlete prone to sports injuries. Our Sports Holistic Practitioners realize the importance of eating an Acid Alkaline Balance of Alkaline Foods at an 80% alkaline-forming to a 20% acid-forming ratio. The Acid Alkaline Food Chart in this course will teach the student the proper ratios of eating an Acid Alkaline Diet. The benefits of an alkaline-forming diet will help to oxygenate body tissue and assist the sports athlete to maintain the highest quality of power, strength and endurance during athletic performances, while avoiding being prone to injuries. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-102 Physiology: Introduction

This course presents an introductory overview of the study of anatomy and physiological processes of the human body, including the study of some of the body's diseases to which the person who lives outside the Laws of Life is prone. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-103 Advanced Natural Lifestyles & Philosophies: Natural Sports Nutrition

This course covers all aspects of natural health required to attain superior health and a practical, healthful way of living. The primary topics covered include the following: Detoxification, Causes of Disease, Pure Air, Pure Water, Adequate Rest and Sleep, a Natural and Hygienic Diet, Correct Temperatures, Sunlight, Regular Exercise, Mental and Emotional Balance, which includes Freedom from Addiction, High Self-esteem, a Motivated and Purposeful Life with Meaningful Goals including Loving and Nurturing Relationships. (4.5 credits)

BSHSN-104 Enzymes & Nutrition: Introduction

This course examines the catalyzing role of enzymes in food nutrition, digestion, assimilation, and health. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-105 Advanced Holistic Sports Nutrition II: Applied Science of the Acid Alkaline Balance Diet

This course presents the most advanced applied food concepts on correct holistic sports nutrition. It will examine the importance and catalyzing role of digestive enzymes and assimilation of food nutrients, as they relate to the acid/alkaline/balance diet for increasing a person's power, strength and endurance by as much, at times, as 50% to 100%.

Unlike the Sports Dietitian or Sports Nutritionist, we do not promote acid forming diets that weaken the quality of body tissue leaving the athlete prone to sports injuries. Our Sports Holistic Practitioners realize the importance of eating an Acid Alkaline Balance of Alkaline Foods at an 80% alkaline-forming to a 20% acid-forming ratio. The Acid Alkaline Food Chart in this course will teach the student the proper ratios of eating an Acid Alkaline Diet. The benefits of an alkaline-forming diet will help to oxygenate body tissue and assist the sports athlete to maintain the highest quality of power, strength and endurance during athletic performances, while avoiding being prone to injuries, for those who desire peak athletic performance. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-106 PhytoChemical Compositions of Foods & Nutrition

This course examines the analysis of nutrients in various plants and the effects of these nutrients on various parts of the body needed to maintain the processes of health. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-107 Advanced Sports Nutrition: Applied Nutrition Concepts I

This course presents the most advanced applied food concepts on "Advanced Sports Nutrition." It is Dr. Herbert M. Shelton's greatest and most complete work on correct food nutrition and its impact on health, whose concepts can be applied to sports nutrition through sports nutritionists. In fact, Dr. Herbert M. Shelton can be regarded as the greatest Holistic Nutritionist of the 20th Century. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-108 Advanced Sports Nutrition: Applied Nutrition Concepts II

This course is a continuation of Advanced Nutrition I and further presents the most advanced applied food concepts on sports nutrition. It is Dr. Herbert M. Shelton's greatest and most complete work on correct food nutrition and its impact on health, whose concepts can be applied to sports nutrition through sports nutritionists. In fact, Dr. Herbert M. Shelton can be regarded as the greatest Holistic Nutritionist of the 20th Century. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-109 Essay: Herbology

This "Sports Nutrition Course" exposes the most dangerous of the poisonous components of herbs and supplements in common use today and their effects once ingested by the human body. The student will select a theme statement relative to the topic and prepare a 2,500-word, typed, double-spaced essay developing the thesis. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-110 Advanced Biochemistry of Sport Nutrition I

This course presents the physiological advanced principles on current nutritional guidelines, specifically for the superior athlete who desires to possess peak power, strength and endurance. The student will gain a fundamental understanding of the science behind nutrition as it relates to sport and the influence of nutrition on exercise, performance, training, and quick energy recovery time. This course not only teaches the framework for proper nutrition, but also the biochemistry involved to help meet the energy needs of you, the student and athlete, to attain the ultimate power, strength andendurance for peak performance. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-111 Advanced Biochemistry of Sport Nutrition II

This course is a continuation of Advanced Biochemistry of Sport Nutrition I for the athlete seeking the ultimate power, strength and endurance that can be achieved for peak performance. It includes additional scientific information relating to exercise, body temperature, dehydration, antioxidants, oxygen transport, and vitamins and minerals, which all greatly influence an athlete's athletic skills as it relates to diet and their immune system. This course covers all aspects of sport nutrition and will benefit the athlete immensely both personally and professionally. (4.0 credits)

BSHSN-112-E The Mind of the Spirit(Optional)

The course will teach you that "minding the spirit" ("ones way of thinking" or "mind-set") as a spiritual person will empower you with a Divine active force. This course will teach you that if you "sow with a view towards corruption of your spirit, mind, body and soul, you will reap corruption, but if you sow with a spiritual, wholesome view towards living, 'mind, body, spirit and soul,' you have chosen to continuously perfect your life in order that you may continue to live the Mind Of The Spirit" (4.0 credits)

Elective marked: " — E." is suggested but NOT required for the Program.

"All COURSES AND MATERIALS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NATURAL HEALTH"