Naturorthopathic vs Naturopathic ND Degree Programs

Looking for a ND Degree Online that is self-paced? The Naturorthopathic Degree is not to be confused with the Naturopathy or Naturopathic Doctor School Online Program from other schools. The University of Natural Health® provides the student with the education and healing skills that will result from our ND Doctorate educational program to become a successful ND Practitioner. You will learn ways to remove the root cause of disease and treat nutrient deficiencies through our well respected Naturopathy School. Our approach includes a strong emphasis on disease prevention and optimizing wellness. Earn your ND Degree today!

Program Course Descriptions

ND-101 Advanced Naturorthopathic vs. Naturopathic Science of Disease

This course focuses on the correction of disease through a process referred to as “Orthopathy.” “Ortho” means “upright, correct.” “Pathology” means the “study of disease” or “the study of suffering.” “Disease is right action or right suffering,” says Dr. Jennings, the greatest pathologist of the 19th century. This course covers definitions, etiologies, and very effective, Natural and Hygienic healing formulas for disease as presented by Dr. Herbert M. Shelton. (4.0 credits)

ND-102 Maximum, Body Energy & Energy Healing Concepts

This course presents the most advanced concepts on how to increase and maintain the body’s maximum nerve energy for maximum health, physical strength, and endurance. Maximum nerve energy is also the key for healing disease holistically and its prevention. (4.0 credits)

ND-103 Fasting: The Spiritual Art of Restoring & Preserving Health

This course demystifies the practice of fasting when ill and presents the amazing usefulness of the practice in restoring health. During a fast, the body rests and then uses recuperated energy to repair itself. Fasting is thus the quickest, safest, and most natural practice known to reverse and completely eliminate acute disease.

Fasting is also highly effective in arresting, if not reversing virtually all chronic diseases, provided that cellular integrity and organic structure have not been irreversibly compromised. When cellular integrity and organic structures have been compromised, complete reversal and recovery may not be possible; but arrest of the disease process and higher levels of health can in most cases be achieved. (4.0 credits)

ND-104 Psychoneuroimmunology: Introduction

This course provides an excellent overview of the science of Psychoneuroimmunology and its philosophies, which laid the groundwork for modern-day “mind/body” healing techniques in the medical and healing arts worlds. The student’s attention is drawn to many experiments, proving the authenticity of the concepts unique to Psychoneuroimmunology. (4.0 credits)

ND-105 Advanced Natural Health & Healing I

This course presents the greatest Hygienic laws and natural health concepts laid down in the 20th century by Dr. Herbert M. Shelton. The student will learn, in depth, the true art and concepts of the restoration and preservation of natural health by natural, unadulterated means. (4.0 credits)

ND-106 Advanced Natural Health & Healing II

This course is a continuation of Advanced Natural Health I and further presents the greatest Hygienic laws and natural health concepts laid down in the 20th century by Dr. Herbert M. Shelton. The student will learn, in even further depth, the true concepts of th restoration and preservation of natural health by natural, unadulterated means. (4.0 credits)

ND-107 Naturorthopathic Counseling Practice: The Legal Responsibilities & Requirements of a Naturorthopathic Practitioner: Part I & II

This course teaches the legal “in’s & out’s” and “do’s & don’t’s” of a “Naturorthopathic Counseling Practice.” The course also presents very advanced and highly effective counseling techniques that will enable the Naturorthopathic Practitioner to show clients and students how to restructure their thinking processes to overcome self-sabotage and to achieve amazing successes in their healthful living habits! (Part I: 4.0 credits) ( Part II: 4.0 credits)

ND-108 Essay: Herbology

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

ND-109 Advanced Neurobiology of Beliefs

This course will teach you that we must maintain a condition of physical, mental and spiritual cleanliness. How? By allowing us to purify ourselves from everything that pollutes either spirit, mind, body and soul. Why?  Because your brain is the hardware of your soul and the very essence of a human being. It will teach you the scientific evidence that your anxiety, depression, anger, obsessive and compulsive behaviors are all related to the Neuro Biological workings of your brain and if it is polluted and in a toxic condition then the brain will not function properly. This course will teach you how to “Remove The Cause” of your toxic condition, Physically, Mentally, and Spiritually. (4 credits)

ND-110 Doctorate’s Thesis or Sports Nutrition & Physiology
(Student’s Choice)

A) Doctorate’s Thesis

The student will select a thesis statement and develop it into a 3,000-word, typed, double-spaced Doctorate’s Thesis on a specific aspect of holistic nutrition, as applied in his or her own life and/or in the lives of others. The student may draw upon any or all of the material from the Doctorate Program in the elaboration of the Doctorate Thesis. (4.0 credits)

B) Sports Nutrition & Physiology

This course presents a modern and thoroughly up-to-date 21st century study on the physiology of the human organism with a specific focus on the sports physiology of the digestive tract as it relates to sports nutrition for optimum power, strength and endurance. “You are not what you eat but what you assimilate that determines power, strength and endurance.” (4.0 credits)

ND-111-E The Nature of Spirituality(Optional)

This course will help you as a spiritual person to learn the characteristics of spirituality and how to become filled with spiritual discernment. (4.0 credits)

ND-112 Discover The Essence of “Plant-Based Medicine”: The Five Principles of “Life Saving” Herbs: Part I & II

In this course, you will explore the five basic principles of herbs on how to grow, harvest, store and prepare them for their effective medicinal use. A foundation will be laid based on Bio-Dynamic and Organic growing methods including why these methods play a significant role in the outcome of healthier plants as your ultimate plant source of healing through nature’s medicine. In addition, there will be ways to observe Biodynamic Rhythms and how to utilize these effective methods in your garden, simply and easily.

In 2016, author Michele Wildflower’s love of 20+ years was diagnosed with a Triple Hit of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and was given a 35% chance of surviving. After he was told to get his affairs in order, Michele spent tireless hours researching Cancer, Treatments and Prevention. In her research, she collected about 20 different vitamins, herbs, minerals, enzymes, mushrooms and within 3 months he was able to enjoy an amazing “full recovery” and, may I add, much to his Oncologist’s dismay!

This course will help the student to immerse themselves into their studies so they can more effectively distinguish between native plants and cultivated, chemical and synthetic, single molecule medicine and plant medicine. The student will learn why medicine from Nature has a whole host of benefits instead of a long list of side effects. In addition, the student will be taught about The Law of Opposites, Chinese Medicine, the Simpler’s Method, Cancer Prevention, Alternative Treatments, Mindful Techniques, as well as the vital role of the whole health and healing connection between the mind and the body. In addition, the student will learn about the new and groundbreaking brain and childrens’ research on more effective and safer alternative treatments. (4.0 credits)

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

Five Prerequisites (BNH-103, 106, 108, 109, and 110) are required for the above Degree Program.