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1. Anti-Ageing: Be The Best Beautiful You

Wave goodbye to sags, bags and wrinkles, a non-existent sex life and always feeling tired. Leave the fear of looking old behind you and welcome in a firm, slim, supple body, clear skin, shiny hair and strong nails. This programme will show you or allow you to teach others how to maximise your potential for positive health, improving memory and clearing out negative traits such as anxiety and depression.

This is an inspirational regime written by a health and beauty therapist with over 25 years experience in the field of nutrition, herbs and essential oils to back up this course, using some of the latest scientific research on anti-ageing strategies. It's great fun, promises rejuvenation inside and out and more importantly it WORKS.

An invaluable asset for those who are already working in the field of Health & Beauty or for those who wish to set up their own practice as a therapist.

2. Beauty Therapist: Learn The Natural Way to Stay Young

How long you live rests largely in your own hands. So does how well you live, how much vitality you have and how good you will look in twenty years' time." Leslie Kenton, Ageless Ageing - The Natural Way to Stay Young.

About Beauty Therapy

Beauty therapy is the art and science of making people look and feel better. Beauty therapists use a variety of face and body treatments and techniques to make their clients feel good and look their best. Today’s high standards of technology used in the production of beauty products mean that real improvements can be made.

About Our Beauty Therapist Course

The beauty therapist with the correct qualifications will be able to advise clients about skin and body care. Our Beauty Therapist course covers the knowledge essential to being a professional and effective beauty therapist; from anatomy and physiology to hygiene, and from consultation procedures to techniques and treatments.

3. Women's Health Practitioner: Acquire The Latest Information About The Intricate Workings Of The Female Body

In the Womens Health practitioner course the student will acquire the latest information with regard to the intricate workings of the female body. These are subtle, inexplicable and are usually precipitated by the hormone system. The course will explain how the hormones influence ALL aspects of a female's life and how these can be balanced - naturally.

It will also outline the attacks on this system by pollution of various sorts and what one can do about it. By having access to this information and implementing it the successful student will lead a far more effective and fulfilling life, benefitting herself and all those around her.

The knowledge from this course can be used to set up a practice as a Womens Health practitioner. It will also become a valuable qualification for therapists wanting to increase their knowledge about their female clients or to combine with other courses such as counselling, stress management, weight consultancy and nutrition.

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The Anti-Ageing Online 3 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Anti-Ageing Online Course

Anatomy and Physiology - Cells and Tissues

  • Cells
  • A small mass of protoplasm containing a nucleus
  • All living things contain cells
  • Simplest organized unit of living matter
  • Can maintain itself at a higher energy level than its surroundings, grow and reproduce
  • Cells are capable of:
  • Absorption of nourishment
  • Growth and repair
  • Reproduction by division
  • Excretion of waste products
  • Some cells have the power of movement
  • Protoplasm consists of:
  • Organic compound known as proteins
  • Fatty substances
  • Carbohydrates
  • Inorganic salts
  • Water
  • In the centre of the cell protoplasm is the nucleus - controls its activity, is essential to life, growth and reproduction of the cell
  • Within the nucleus is the nucleo-protein - consists of minute threads called chromosomes
  • The human cell contains 46 chromosomes
  • When the cell divides, chromosomes split longitudinally - half of each chromosome goes into each new cell
  • This process is called mitosis
  • Chromosomes determine the sex of the foetus
  • Each chromosome consists of genes
  • The body is developed from female egg cells/ovum
  • Ovum is penetrated by the male cell - a new cell is formed called a zygote
  • The cell wall is semi-permeable, solutions pass in/out of the cell as required
  • The volume and composition of intracellular/extra cellular fluids must be kept constant
  • Diffusion
  • Osmosis
  • Filtration
  • Illustrative diagram
  • Tissue
  • Formed by cells packed or grouped together
  • Similar cells subject to the same laws of growth/ development
  • Several types of cells form tissues, depending on the function of that part of the body
  • Principal types of tissue:
  • Epithelium
  • Membrane which covers/lines an internal surface
  • Functions of the Epithelium are:
  • Movement
  • Connective
  • Cells connected by fibres with a greater or less supporting substance called a matrix
  • Fibrous - white and yellow fibrous tissue
  • Adipose
  • Lymphoid
  • Cartilage - bluish-white tissue of which there are three types:
  • Areolar
  • Bone
  • Muscular
  • Voluntary or striated
  • Involuntary
  • Cardiac muscle
  • Nervous tissue
  • Forms the brain, spinal cord and nerves
  • Soft and grey and white in colour

Anatomy and Physiology - Skin

  • Functions of the skin
  • Protective covering
  • Excretes waste products
  • Regulates temperature
  • Contains ergosterol which, under ultra-violet light, forms vitamin D
  • Important sensory organ
  • Important for maintenance of body shape
  • Protects against entry of harmful organisms
  • Layers of the epidermis
  • Stratum basale
  • Stratum spinosum
  • Stratum granulosum
  • Stratum lucidum
  • Stratum corneum
  • Layers of the dermis
  • Papillary layer
  • Reticular layer
  • Sub-cutis layer

Why do we Age?

  • Ageing
  • When a facial muscle contracts habitually it shortens – as there is no corresponding shortening of the overlying skin a line is produced
  • Occurs when cells are damaged by attacks from chemical particles - Free Radicles
  • Highly unstable, reactive molecules
  • Break bonds between collagen molecules
  • Results in weakened skin structure followed by wrinkles
  • Normal by-product of metabolism
  • Body has concentrations far exceeding amounts they can handle: U-V rays, smoke, alcohol, stress, air pollution
  • Cross-linking
  • Rate of increase of cell-damaging free radicles's reactions accelerate dramatically
  • Abilities to defuse/repair damage from free radicles lose steam
  • The more damage in your cells, the more the ageing process speeds up

Eating for Health, Youth and Energy

  • Extreme temperatures damage the inside of our bodies
  • Cooking destroys enzymes, minerals and vitamins
  • Raw food before a cooked meal, stems free radicle damage - transforms the lives of cells, fights disease, helps keep you young
  • Leucopoenia, found in tomatoes, helps prevent impairment of mental/physical functioning in old age
  • Plant food offers exceptional help for good looks
  • Use colours which nature provides - you will receive all the nutrients you need to grow younger
  • Colours are health giving pigments - protect against ageing, pollution and many diseases
  • Strawberries/raspberries are loaded with vitamin C - an overall youth potion
  • Grapefruit reduces cholesterol - may even reverse the ageing disease atherosclerosis
  • Red and purple grapes are powerful anti-ageing fruits
  • Quercetin appears to be one of the foremost anti-ageing compounds found in grapes
  • We must not forget the super-anti-ageing Garlic
  • Restrict calories
  • Cut out sugar

Vitamins and Minerals

  • Vitamins
  • Either water or fat soluble
  • Water-soluble - B complex, Vitamin C and the bioflavonoids
  • Fat-soluble - A, D, E and K
  • Vital to enzyme function
  • Vitamin C
  • Traps and disarms free radicles in watery parts of the tissues
  • Regenerates exhausted vitamin E and glutathione
  • Spurts enzymes to search and destroy free radicles
  • Consume regularly to keep cells supplied - it is not stored
  • Suppresses high blood pressure
  • Raises good type HDL cholesterol
  • Reduces bad type LDL cholesterol
  • Inhibits bad type LDL cholesterol from becoming rancid/oxidised
  • Cleans fatty deposits from artery walls
  • Strengthens blood vessel walls and prevents bruising
  • Improves immune functioning
  • Prevents periodontal disease
  • Hinders oxidative damage to the eyes
  • Protects sperm from free radicle damage causing birth defects
  • Restores fertility in men
  • Fights cancer at least five ways
  • Strengthens Collagen - gives your skin firmness/support
  • Protects against effects of pollution and chemicals
  • Prevents formation of nitrosamines from nitrates - found in commercially produced foods
  • Has a calming effect on the nervous
  • Can regulate thyroid function
  • Stimulates your body to provide heat
  • Vitamin E
  • Does its best work in the fattiest parts of the anatomy
  • Prevents brain and immune system deterioration
  • Stops free radical chain reaction that destroy cells
  • Blocks oxidation of detrimental LDL cholesterol and other cell damaging fats
  • Prevents heart attacks/strokes
  • Keeps arteries from clogging
  • Rejuvenates immunity
  • Prevents cancer - blocks growth of cancer cells
  • Protects the brain from degenerative diseases
  • Relieves arthritis symptoms
  • Fights cataracts and muscular degeneration
  • Vitamin B Complex
  • Necessary for the proper metabolism of fat, carbohydrate and protein
  • Essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system
  • Maintains skin, hair, eyes, mouth and liver
  • Vitamin B1
  • You can be strong and calm, bright and self assured
  • Vitamin B2
  • Helps red eyes and hair loss
  • May help cataracts
  • Vitamin B3
  • Potent detoxifying agent
  • Nicotinamide is effective for cancer prevention
  • Niacin has a calming effect
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B5
  • Plays an essential role in coping with stress
  • Improves hair condition/ texture
  • Useful for eye problems
  • Important for nerve function, skin and muscle disorders
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Vitamin B12
  • Crucial for protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism
  • Necessary for healthy nerve function
  • Aids in the production of DNA and RNA

Minerals

  • Applied to skin/hair and taken internally, can make you look very good
  • External applications of minerals can transform the structure of skin and hair cells, increasing structural integrity, elasticity and tensile strength
  • Vital to enzyme function, glucose utilisation, conversion of amino acids into muscle tissue and the way your body handles fat
  • Sulphur
  • Plays an essential role in collagen synthesis
  • A vital consistent of Keratin - necessary for healthy nails, skin and hair
  • Involved in the functioning of metabolism and nervous system
  • Plays a vital part in tissue respiration
  • Excellent pollution protector both on its own and as part of the sulphur-containing amino acids
  • Useful in arthritis, dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis
  • Boron
  • Important for prevention of osteoporosis
  • Essential for production of active Vitamin D
  • Necessary for proper bone formation
  • Improves metabolism of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium
  • Decreases calcium, magnesium and oestrogen loss
  • Silicon
  • Without this mineral bones become soft/deformed, tooth enamel weakens, skin sags, varicose veins can occur
  • Essential for the formation of collagen
  • Antagonises the actions of mercury in your body - responsible for its safe excretion
  • Useful in treating arteriosclerosis and arthritis
  • Calcium
  • Prevents brittle bones and old age skeletal deformities
  • Taken in the diet, can help bone loss in the spine, hip and wrist
  • May reverse some of high blood pressure's damage
  • Magnesium
  • Protects the heart, preventing spasms of coronary arteries and abnormal heart rhythms
  • Helps deter formation of blood clots
  • Keeps blood vessels from constricting
  • Necessary for proper functioning of enzymes in the breakdown of sugar in the liver
  • Selenium
  • Powerful antioxidant
  • Has diverse anti-ageing properties
  • Stops viruses from breaking out of cells
  • Important to the immune system
  • Vital for younger-looking skin
  • Improves blood flow to the brain
  • Has been found to enhance mood and mental functioning and relieve tiredness
  • Zinc
  • Can reactivate the thymus, improving the output and activity of Thymulin
  • Helps double the glands production of Interleukin 1 - boosts T-cell production
  • Pushes up blood levels of albumin
  • Vital for the synthesis of RNA and DNA
  • Essential for protein synthesis
  • Maintains adequate levels of Vitamin A in the blood
  • Aids digestion and metabolism
  • Will heal wounds and burns
  • Prevents stretch marks in pregnancy or those due to excessive weight
  • Potassium
  • Involved in cell metabolism, enzyme function and protein metabolism
  • Enables the body to use fatty acids efficiently
  • Can help high blood pressure caused by excessive salt intake
  • Chromium
  • Revs up insulin action
  • Helps normalise blood sugar and insulin before they do irreparable damage
  • Lowers bad type LDL Cholesterol
  • Improves immune function
  • Promotes production of the anti-ageing hormone DMEA

Amino acids, Essential Fatty Acids, Enzymes

  • Amino Acids
  • Repair muscles, organs, hair, nails, ligaments and skin
  • Prevent heart attacks, high blood pressure, and strokes
  • Carnitine
  • Breaks down fat in the arteries and muscles
  • Gives you energy, greater stamina and makes you feel good
  • Glutathione
  • Maintains healthy immune functioning
  • Rejuvenates old/weak immune systems
  • Helps save you from cancer
  • Prevents injury to lungs due to free radicles
  • Flushes free radicles out of rancid food you eat
  • Keeps blood cholesterol from becoming oxidised and toxic
  • Helps cure some forms of diabetes
  • Helps prevent macular degeneration an age related eye disease
  • Methione & Cysteine
  • Provide structural strength of the collagen fibres, keeping skin taut, smooth, elastic and wrinkle free
  • Provide effective protective against damaging effects of pollution and the sun
  • Glycine
  • Decreases sugar cravings
  • Increases growth hormone release
  • Makes the skin elastic
  • Enzymes
  • Are a protein
  • Ease the workload on your glands, particularly the pancreas
  • Some enzymes protect you against free radicles
  • Lipase
  • Acts on or breaks down Lipids Fat
  • Will clear fatty deposits from your body and take the strain off your glands
  • Amylase
  • Responsible for the digestion of carbohydrates
  • Can clear lungs of mucous and destroy viruses, such as herpes
  • Will help craving for foods such as bread and cakes
  • Proteolytic enzymes
  • Break down protein
  • Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
  • Only beneficial if they are not oxidised
  • Have unwanted side effect of reducing levels of High Density Lipoprotein - prevent cholesterol deposits from settling in our arteries
  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids
  • Are prostaglandin precursors
  • Regulate inflammation, hormones, immune system, cholesterol metabolism, motor co-ordination, muscle strength, circulatory disorders and rheumatic arthritic disease
  • Essential for normal growth and brain development of children
  • Prevents dry, flaky skin
  • Important for eczema and psoriasis

Skin and Hair Rejuvenation

  • B Complex
  • Improves tone
  • Balances oil production
  • Selenium
  • Prevents and repairs damage caused by pollution and the sun
  • Silica
  • Stops your face drooping
  • Helps strengthen hair and
  • Vitamin E
  • Repairs wrinkled skin when used internally/externally
  • Vitamin C
  • Holds the skin and all of you together
  • Strengthens skin structure
  • Iron
  • Improves oxygen utilization
  • Zinc
  • Gives skin elasticity/flexibility

Say Goodbye to Stress 

  • Exercise - keeping your body on the move for a certain amount of time each day
  • Facial exercises strengthen/tighten the muscles - stimulates blood supply and nourishes the skin
  • Movement should include something that makes your pulse race, your heart beat faster and your blood circulate rapidly
  • Yoga and aerobics are ideal exercises
  • Exercise is a way of relieving stress and tiredness
  • Increases metabolic rate
  • Stimulates a healthy mind
  • Moderate exercise decreases your appetite
  • People who take no exercise have exaggerated appetites and tend to be hungry all day
  • Strengthens muscles and improves muscle tone
  • Regular exercise energises – people have more confidence and feel good about their bodies

Herbs for Good Looks – Inside and Out

  • Chinese Wolfberry
  • Gives you stamina, youthfulness and longevity if taken regularly
  • Increases a woman’s sensitivity and responsiveness
  • Has a protective effect against liver problems
  • Improves vision
  • Dang Gui
  • Dilates blood vessels
  • Has a beneficial action on the cardiovascular system
  • Good for hypertension, angina and asthma
  • Potent pain reliever
  • Has anti-bacterial and anti-allergenic properties
  • Offers protection against cancer cells - but only for non-oestrogen sensitive tumours
  • Ginseng
  • Used consistently over several will produce wonderful results
  • American or Siberian ginseng is better as it produces less heat in the body
  • Paul D’Arco, Lapacho
  • Protects against disease
  • Effective in the treatment of thrush, cold, flu, cancer and psoriasis
  • A good liver tonic
  • Highly effective against bacterial, fungal and viral infections
  • Chaparral
  • One of the best protectors of the human body
  • Contains NDGA - valuable in treating bacterial, viral and parasitic infections
  • Good for the respiratory, urinary and intestinal tracts, clearing infection, inflammation and fever
  • Heals wounds
  • Helps with eczema, scabies and dandruff
  • Removes benign cysts and warts if applied in concentrated form
  • Rinsing your mouth with a diluted form is effective as prevention against tooth decay
  • A powerful antibiotic
  • Strengthens and tones the body
  • Echinacea
  • Boosts immune function
  • Stimulates production of interferon - has the power to stop viruses
  • Chaparral
  • One of the best protectors of the human body
  • He Shou Wu
  • Keeps hair strong - prevents it greying
  • Benefit the eyes
  • Helps to stop skin irritations
  • Moves the bowels
  • Is a great aphrodisiac
  • Gotu Kola
  • Increases learning abilities of school children
  • Helps varicose veins
  • Has been used to improve meditation
  • Has an affinity for the connective tissues
  • Increases integrity of the dermis - thus firming/strengthening tissues and eradicating droops/sags
  • Makes hair and nails grow quickly
  • Boasts strong energizing properties
  • Can be used as a tonic
  • Has a mild tranquillizing action on the central nervous system
  • Helps to develop and sharpen mental abilities even in disabled children
  • Ginkgo
  • Improves blood flow
  • Improves failing memory and information processing in the elderly
  • Slows the progression of Alzheimer disease
  • Reduces leg pains from diminishing blood flow to the limbs
  • Inhibits bacterial activity involved with gum disease
  • Relieves vertigo/dizziness
  • Reduces ringing in the ears
  • Inhibits deteriorating vision due to oxygen deprivation of the retina
  • Improves hearing loss related to reduced blood flow
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Raises good type HDL cholesterol
  • Inhibits abnormal blood clotting
  • Relieves male impotence by promoting blood flow to the penis
  • Relieves Raynaud’s disease - circulatory disease resulting in cold hands and feet

Course 2 - Certificate in Beauty Therapist Online Course

Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Analyse the six systems of the body
  • Identify the function of the liver and gall bladder
  • Explore the purpose of the thyroid gland
  • Evaluate the functions of the four main groups of joints
  • Introduce the functions of the vertebral column
  • Investigate the parts of key parts of the eye

The Functions of Cells, Tissues and the Skin

  • Explore the organs of the human body
  • Investigate the functions of the skin
  • Evaluate cells and tissues with regard to sweat glands and maintenance of body temperature
  • Analyse the functions of nerve endings
  • Introduce the functions of the nail

The Healthy Body

  • Introduce the ‘environmental’ factors that have effect humans
  • Identify the substances that harm the human body
  • Demonstrate the importance of looking after the human body
  • Explore the concept of ‘ideal body weight’
  • Analyse the effects of self-esteem

Personal Hygiene

  • Explore the concept of bathing
  • Introduce revivers and Special Bath Treatments
  • Demonstrate the importance of body scrubs
  • Describe the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Skin Consultation and Care

  • Explore an in-depth analyse of skin
  • Discuss the importance of skin
  • Analyse some common skin types
  • Define the structure and functions of cleansers
  • Define the structure and functions of moisturisers
  • Define the structure and functions of skin foods and nourishing creams

Skin Care

  • Introduce the stages of the skin care routine
  • Explore the necessary procedure for administering a facial
  • Examine the benefits of a facial massage
  • Analyse the procedure for administering a facial massage 

Manicure & Pedicure

  • Identify the key processes of giving a manicure
  • Identify the key processes of giving a pedicure

 Hair Care

  • Explore hair structure
  • Investigate the concept of hair growth
  • Analyse common hair related terms
  • Describe the necessary products to care/style for hair

Accentuating Positive Attributes

  • Analyse the techniques use to mimic good bone structure
  • Investigate the combination of factors that make up the term ‘beauty’
  • Demonstrate how to work with varying face shapes
  • Discuss the rules of working with clients’ facial features
  • Describe the processes involved with correcting flaws of the mouth

General Nutrition

  • Analyse the stages of the general adaptation syndrome
  • Introduce the importance of vitamins to the body
  • Investigate the functions of fat soluble vitamins
  • Investigate the functions of water soluble vitamins

General Nutrition – Continued

  • Introduce the importance of water for the human body
  • Explore the uses of Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Demonstrate the importance of Sodium
  • Analyse the effects of magnesium and potassium on the human body

Anti-Ageing Therapy

  • Explore the impacts of facial muscle contractions
  • Investigate the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that speed up the ageing process
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that slow down the ageing process
  • Describe the ageing process
  • Demonstrate the uses of quercetin
  • Explore the functions of beta-carotene within the human body
  • Demonstrate the uses of garlic on the human body

Massage – Hands and Arms

  • Explore the major principles of massage
  • Introduce three different types of massage movement
  • Analyse the benefits of massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a hand and arm massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a foot massage

Sterilisation

  • Introduce the autoclave sterilisation method
  • Explore the use of ultra-violet rays as a sterilisation method
  • Describe glass beads as a sterilisation method
  • Investigate chemical methods used for sterilisation

Basic Waxing Procedures

  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s legs
  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s lower abdomen

Starting Your Business

  • Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of setting up a therapy practice
  • Investigate strategies that can be used to exploit business growth areas
  • Explore the factors that need to be considered when determining whether or not to set up a practice
  • Describe how to objectively assess the evaluation

Course 3 - Certificate in Women's Health Practitioner Online Course

Basics Of Human Anatomy

  • The Human Body Systems
  • Skeletal System
  • Muscular System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Respiratory System
  • Nervous System
  • The Brain System
  • Digestive System
  • Reproductive Systems
  • Urinary System
  • Lymphatic System
  • The Sensory Organs
  • The Cell Structure
  • Anatomy: Some Basic Statistics

The Endocrine System

  • The Sexual Glands
  • Female Menstrual Cycle

Understanding Male And Female Brain Differences

  • Basics Of The Neocortex
  • The Split Brain
  • Differences In The Male And Female Brains
  • Brain Organisation: The Differences
  • Practical Implications Of The Differences
  • Using Both Brains Together
  • Male And Female Relationships
  • Summary

Mental Techniques

  • Introduction To Brainwaves
  • The Conscious Brain State
  • The Relaxed Brain State
  • The Theta Brain State
  • Aids To Attaining The Mental States
  • The Audio Programme
  • The Feather Phases
  • Heightened Consciousness

Basic Nutrition

  • Plan Of The Lesson
  • Does The Information Apply To Me?
  • Our Human Inheritance
  • The General Adaptation Syndrome
  • The Essential Nutrients
  • Classification Of The Essential Nutrients
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Lipids
  • Vitamins
  • Fat-Soluble Vitamins
  • Water-Soluble Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Macro Minerals
  • Micro Minerals
  • Mineral Toxicity
  • Fibre
  • Oxygen
  • Water
  • He Digestive Process
  • Food Combining
  • Cooking And Food Preparation
  • Considering The Data

Stress

  • Introduction
  • Physiology Of Stress
  • Female Cycle
  • Reversal Theory Of Stress
  • Relevant Research
  • The Inevitability Of Stress
  • Temperament Style
  • Individual Differences?
  • The Four Temperaments
  • Using The Temperament Indicator
  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming (Nlp)
  • Language And Representational Systems
  • Predicates
  • Other Accessing Cues
  • Uses Of The Modalities
  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Kinesthetic
  • Gustatory / Olifactory / Neutral
  • Stress Syndrome Families
  • Nutrition
  • The Sugar Rollercoaster
  • Balancing Your Blood Sugar
  • Breaking The Habit
  • Sugar Alternatives
  • Boosting Your Immune System
  • Immune Power
  • Understanding Immunity
  • The Immune Army
  • Stress And The Adrenals
  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Essential Fatty Acids (Efas)
  • Drugs
  • Oxygen
  • Nterpersonal Relationships And Stress
  • Mental

Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

  • Overview Of Healthy Periods
  • Soul Searching
  • Programs To Reduce The Causes Of Pms Symptoms
  • General Nutrition & Pms
  • Teenage Diets
  • The Glenville Woman’S Eating Plan
  • What You Eat Or Drink
  • When You Eat Or Drink
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Alcohol
  • Choosing And Using Oils
  • Pms Supplements
  • Supplementing Essential Fatty Acids
  • Increase The Natural Fibre In Your Diet
  • Vitamin A & Beta Carotene
  • Vitamin B Complex
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Bioflavinoids
  • Other Factors In Solving Pms
  • Essential Fatty Aids
  • Mood Foods
  • Herbs And Pms
  • Hormone Therapy
  • What Is Hrt (Hormone Replacement Therapy)?
  • Different Methods Of Taking Hrt
  • The Role Of Progestrone In Pms
  • A New Look At A Basic Hormone - Dhea
  • Foundations Of The Dhea Plan
  • The Awareness Factor
  • The Dna Blueprint
  • The Paleolithic Perspective
  • Habitat Dysfunction Syndrome
  • Cave Men In Suits
  • Evolution: A Program For Survival
  • He First Dhea Breakthrough
  • Dhea In Our Bodies

 The Menopause

  • Food Calcium Content
  • Not All Calcium Supplements Are Equal

Xenoestrogens

  • Introduction
  • What Have We Allowed To Happen?
  • Setting The Scene
  • The Ddt Story
  • After ‘Silent Spring'
  • Making Connections
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Sperm Count Warnings
  • The Fertility Paradox
  • The 1991 Copenhagen Conference
  • Sertoli Cells
  • The Plancental Barrier – A Barrier No More
  • The Legacy Of Des
  • The Oestradiol Mimic
  • The Fda And Des
  • Des - The Wonder Drug For Women
  • After Thalidomide And Des
  • Hermes And Aphrodite
  • The Legacy Of Pcbs
  • Sven Jensen’S Hair
  • Painted Turtle Eggs
  • What Is Estrogen?
  • Recycling Estrogen
  • Phyto-Oesrogens
  • Western And Asian Women
  • Soya In Baby Foods
  • Vom Saal’S Mice
  • Theo Colbern’S Conference
  • Back In England
  • Secret British Experiments
  • Sister Catherine’S Family
  • Ana Soto’S Lab
  • Times For The News
  • Tins Cans In Spain
  • The Oleas And Teeth Fillings
  • Plastic Baby Bottles
  • Baby Formulas
  • Dr John And Aluminium Laminates
  • Baby Milk
  • Richard Sharpe, Scientist At The Sharp End
  • Pesticides And Insecticides
  • Industrial Chemicals
  • Parmaceuticals
  • The Absence Of Proof
  • The Map Is Not The Territory
  • Body Storage
  • Hypotheses Versus Facts
  • Ana Soto’S Cocktail
  • Dr Sue And Scrambled Eggs
  • Androgen And Ddt
  • The Legacy Of Dioxin
  • “I Like Fat”
  • Dioxin Getting Less?
  • Dioxin And Endocrine Disrupters
  • “Ah”. A New Idea
  • Small Dose – Right Day – Bingo
  • Dioxins And Reproduction
  • Environmental Oestrogens (Oestrogen Receptor Mediated)
  • Chemicals That Hinder Oestrogen Action
  • Environmental Anti-Androgens And Androgens
  • Anti-Thyroid Endocrine Disrupters
  • Adrenal Endocrine Disrupters

Essential Fatty Acids

  • Introduction
  • The Missing Nutrient
  • Nutritional History Repeats Itself
  • The Missing Nutrient Is Identified
  • What Do Essential Fatty Acids Do For You?
  • Our Deteriorating Diet
  • The Diet Connection
  • The Catastrophic Effects Of Dietary Manipulation
  • Effects Of Fatty Acids On The Brain And Body
  • From Mood To Behaviour: When Brain Fats Are Low
  • Profound Influence
  • The Seeming Paradox Of A Brain Composed Of Fat
  • The Importance Of Good Choices
  • Weaving The Web: The Role Of Fat In The Brain'S Structure
  • Where The Brain-Fats Reside
  • Seeing With Clarity: Fatty Acids And Vision
  • Smell And The Emotional Brain
  • The Omega Shopper
  • Cooking And Salad Oils
  • Canola Oil
  • Tossed Salad
  • Olive Oil
  • Tossed Salad
  • Flaxseed Oil
  • Mayonnaise
  • Flaxseeds
  • Fresh Garlic
  • Fish
  • Buying Frozen Fish
  • Watch Out For Sodium Tripolyphosphate
  • Farmed Fish
  • Canned Fish
  • Get To Know Your Greens
  • Lesser Known Greens
  • Wild Greens
  • Some Studies

Elimination And Exercise

  • The Colon
  • Developing A Toxic Colon
  • Working Towards A Healthy Bowel
  • The Importance Of Proper Elimination
  • Organic Versus Functional
  • A Brief Discussion Of The Anatomy And Physiology Of The Bowel
  • The Small Intestine
  • The Digestive Juices
  • How Absorption Progresses
  • The Large Intestine Or Colon
  • How The Large Intestine Functions
  • Bacterial Action In The Bowel
  • Autointoxication
  • Colonic Experience
  • Cancer Risk For Women
  • Constipation
  • What Goes In Doesn'T Always Come Out
  • The Functioning Of The Bowel
  • Cleaning Up The Past
  • The Skin
  • Formula F
  • The Lungs
  • Nostril-Breathing Vs. Mouth-Breathing
  • The Four Methods Of Respiration
  • How To Acquire The Yogi Complete Breath
  • Overview Of The Liver'S Role
  • The Liver Detox Plan
  • Carbohydrate Foods
  • What To Drink
  • Lymph Drainage Systems
  • Our Research Model
  • The Body Of Evidence
  • The Risk Factors And Lymph Constriction
  • A Personal Reevaluation
  • The Big Picture
  • An Overview Of Cancer
  • The Lymphatic System
  • The Next Step
  • The Real Enemy

Exercise

  • Fitness On The Job
  • Coffee Break Alternatives
  • Exercise At Your Desk
  • Desk Exercises
  • Some Quick Lessons On Sitting
  • The Upside Of Interruptions
  • Exercise For Non-Desk Workers
  • Lunch: Remember The Side Order Of Oxygen
  • Tips For Lunch Fitness
  • Fitness After 5 Pm
  • Top Ten Ways To Find Exercise Where There Is None

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Anti-Ageing, Beauty Therapist, and Women's Health Practitioner in this Bundle

1. Anti-Ageing: Be The Best Beautiful You

Wave goodbye to sags, bags and wrinkles, a non-existent sex life and always feeling tired. Leave the fear of looking old behind you and welcome in a firm, slim, supple body, clear skin, shiny hair and strong nails. This programme will show you or allow you to teach others how to maximise your potential for positive health, improving memory and clearing out negative traits such as anxiety and depression.

This is an inspirational regime written by a health and beauty therapist with over 25 years experience in the field of nutrition, herbs and essential oils to back up this course, using some of the latest scientific research on anti-ageing strategies. It's great fun, promises rejuvenation inside and out and more importantly it WORKS.

An invaluable asset for those who are already working in the field of Health & Beauty or for those who wish to set up their own practice as a therapist.

2. Beauty Therapist: Learn The Natural Way to Stay Young

How long you live rests largely in your own hands. So does how well you live, how much vitality you have and how good you will look in twenty years' time." Leslie Kenton, Ageless Ageing - The Natural Way to Stay Young.

About Beauty Therapy

Beauty therapy is the art and science of making people look and feel better. Beauty therapists use a variety of face and body treatments and techniques to make their clients feel good and look their best. Today’s high standards of technology used in the production of beauty products mean that real improvements can be made.

About Our Beauty Therapist Course

The beauty therapist with the correct qualifications will be able to advise clients about skin and body care. Our Beauty Therapist course covers the knowledge essential to being a professional and effective beauty therapist; from anatomy and physiology to hygiene, and from consultation procedures to techniques and treatments.

3. Women's Health Practitioner: Acquire The Latest Information About The Intricate Workings Of The Female Body

In the Womens Health practitioner course the student will acquire the latest information with regard to the intricate workings of the female body. These are subtle, inexplicable and are usually precipitated by the hormone system. The course will explain how the hormones influence ALL aspects of a female's life and how these can be balanced - naturally.

It will also outline the attacks on this system by pollution of various sorts and what one can do about it. By having access to this information and implementing it the successful student will lead a far more effective and fulfilling life, benefitting herself and all those around her.

The knowledge from this course can be used to set up a practice as a Womens Health practitioner. It will also become a valuable qualification for therapists wanting to increase their knowledge about their female clients or to combine with other courses such as counselling, stress management, weight consultancy and nutrition.

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The Anti-Ageing Online 3 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Anti-Ageing Online Course

Anatomy and Physiology - Cells and Tissues

  • Cells
  • A small mass of protoplasm containing a nucleus
  • All living things contain cells
  • Simplest organized unit of living matter
  • Can maintain itself at a higher energy level than its surroundings, grow and reproduce
  • Cells are capable of:
  • Absorption of nourishment
  • Growth and repair
  • Reproduction by division
  • Excretion of waste products
  • Some cells have the power of movement
  • Protoplasm consists of:
  • Organic compound known as proteins
  • Fatty substances
  • Carbohydrates
  • Inorganic salts
  • Water
  • In the centre of the cell protoplasm is the nucleus - controls its activity, is essential to life, growth and reproduction of the cell
  • Within the nucleus is the nucleo-protein - consists of minute threads called chromosomes
  • The human cell contains 46 chromosomes
  • When the cell divides, chromosomes split longitudinally - half of each chromosome goes into each new cell
  • This process is called mitosis
  • Chromosomes determine the sex of the foetus
  • Each chromosome consists of genes
  • The body is developed from female egg cells/ovum
  • Ovum is penetrated by the male cell - a new cell is formed called a zygote
  • The cell wall is semi-permeable, solutions pass in/out of the cell as required
  • The volume and composition of intracellular/extra cellular fluids must be kept constant
  • Diffusion
  • Osmosis
  • Filtration
  • Illustrative diagram
  • Tissue
  • Formed by cells packed or grouped together
  • Similar cells subject to the same laws of growth/ development
  • Several types of cells form tissues, depending on the function of that part of the body
  • Principal types of tissue:
  • Epithelium
  • Membrane which covers/lines an internal surface
  • Functions of the Epithelium are:
  • Movement
  • Connective
  • Cells connected by fibres with a greater or less supporting substance called a matrix
  • Fibrous - white and yellow fibrous tissue
  • Adipose
  • Lymphoid
  • Cartilage - bluish-white tissue of which there are three types:
  • Areolar
  • Bone
  • Muscular
  • Voluntary or striated
  • Involuntary
  • Cardiac muscle
  • Nervous tissue
  • Forms the brain, spinal cord and nerves
  • Soft and grey and white in colour

Anatomy and Physiology - Skin

  • Functions of the skin
  • Protective covering
  • Excretes waste products
  • Regulates temperature
  • Contains ergosterol which, under ultra-violet light, forms vitamin D
  • Important sensory organ
  • Important for maintenance of body shape
  • Protects against entry of harmful organisms
  • Layers of the epidermis
  • Stratum basale
  • Stratum spinosum
  • Stratum granulosum
  • Stratum lucidum
  • Stratum corneum
  • Layers of the dermis
  • Papillary layer
  • Reticular layer
  • Sub-cutis layer

Why do we Age?

  • Ageing
  • When a facial muscle contracts habitually it shortens – as there is no corresponding shortening of the overlying skin a line is produced
  • Occurs when cells are damaged by attacks from chemical particles - Free Radicles
  • Highly unstable, reactive molecules
  • Break bonds between collagen molecules
  • Results in weakened skin structure followed by wrinkles
  • Normal by-product of metabolism
  • Body has concentrations far exceeding amounts they can handle: U-V rays, smoke, alcohol, stress, air pollution
  • Cross-linking
  • Rate of increase of cell-damaging free radicles's reactions accelerate dramatically
  • Abilities to defuse/repair damage from free radicles lose steam
  • The more damage in your cells, the more the ageing process speeds up

Eating for Health, Youth and Energy

  • Extreme temperatures damage the inside of our bodies
  • Cooking destroys enzymes, minerals and vitamins
  • Raw food before a cooked meal, stems free radicle damage - transforms the lives of cells, fights disease, helps keep you young
  • Leucopoenia, found in tomatoes, helps prevent impairment of mental/physical functioning in old age
  • Plant food offers exceptional help for good looks
  • Use colours which nature provides - you will receive all the nutrients you need to grow younger
  • Colours are health giving pigments - protect against ageing, pollution and many diseases
  • Strawberries/raspberries are loaded with vitamin C - an overall youth potion
  • Grapefruit reduces cholesterol - may even reverse the ageing disease atherosclerosis
  • Red and purple grapes are powerful anti-ageing fruits
  • Quercetin appears to be one of the foremost anti-ageing compounds found in grapes
  • We must not forget the super-anti-ageing Garlic
  • Restrict calories
  • Cut out sugar

Vitamins and Minerals

  • Vitamins
  • Either water or fat soluble
  • Water-soluble - B complex, Vitamin C and the bioflavonoids
  • Fat-soluble - A, D, E and K
  • Vital to enzyme function
  • Vitamin C
  • Traps and disarms free radicles in watery parts of the tissues
  • Regenerates exhausted vitamin E and glutathione
  • Spurts enzymes to search and destroy free radicles
  • Consume regularly to keep cells supplied - it is not stored
  • Suppresses high blood pressure
  • Raises good type HDL cholesterol
  • Reduces bad type LDL cholesterol
  • Inhibits bad type LDL cholesterol from becoming rancid/oxidised
  • Cleans fatty deposits from artery walls
  • Strengthens blood vessel walls and prevents bruising
  • Improves immune functioning
  • Prevents periodontal disease
  • Hinders oxidative damage to the eyes
  • Protects sperm from free radicle damage causing birth defects
  • Restores fertility in men
  • Fights cancer at least five ways
  • Strengthens Collagen - gives your skin firmness/support
  • Protects against effects of pollution and chemicals
  • Prevents formation of nitrosamines from nitrates - found in commercially produced foods
  • Has a calming effect on the nervous
  • Can regulate thyroid function
  • Stimulates your body to provide heat
  • Vitamin E
  • Does its best work in the fattiest parts of the anatomy
  • Prevents brain and immune system deterioration
  • Stops free radical chain reaction that destroy cells
  • Blocks oxidation of detrimental LDL cholesterol and other cell damaging fats
  • Prevents heart attacks/strokes
  • Keeps arteries from clogging
  • Rejuvenates immunity
  • Prevents cancer - blocks growth of cancer cells
  • Protects the brain from degenerative diseases
  • Relieves arthritis symptoms
  • Fights cataracts and muscular degeneration
  • Vitamin B Complex
  • Necessary for the proper metabolism of fat, carbohydrate and protein
  • Essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system
  • Maintains skin, hair, eyes, mouth and liver
  • Vitamin B1
  • You can be strong and calm, bright and self assured
  • Vitamin B2
  • Helps red eyes and hair loss
  • May help cataracts
  • Vitamin B3
  • Potent detoxifying agent
  • Nicotinamide is effective for cancer prevention
  • Niacin has a calming effect
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B5
  • Plays an essential role in coping with stress
  • Improves hair condition/ texture
  • Useful for eye problems
  • Important for nerve function, skin and muscle disorders
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Vitamin B12
  • Crucial for protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism
  • Necessary for healthy nerve function
  • Aids in the production of DNA and RNA

Minerals

  • Applied to skin/hair and taken internally, can make you look very good
  • External applications of minerals can transform the structure of skin and hair cells, increasing structural integrity, elasticity and tensile strength
  • Vital to enzyme function, glucose utilisation, conversion of amino acids into muscle tissue and the way your body handles fat
  • Sulphur
  • Plays an essential role in collagen synthesis
  • A vital consistent of Keratin - necessary for healthy nails, skin and hair
  • Involved in the functioning of metabolism and nervous system
  • Plays a vital part in tissue respiration
  • Excellent pollution protector both on its own and as part of the sulphur-containing amino acids
  • Useful in arthritis, dermatitis, eczema and psoriasis
  • Boron
  • Important for prevention of osteoporosis
  • Essential for production of active Vitamin D
  • Necessary for proper bone formation
  • Improves metabolism of calcium, phosphorus and magnesium
  • Decreases calcium, magnesium and oestrogen loss
  • Silicon
  • Without this mineral bones become soft/deformed, tooth enamel weakens, skin sags, varicose veins can occur
  • Essential for the formation of collagen
  • Antagonises the actions of mercury in your body - responsible for its safe excretion
  • Useful in treating arteriosclerosis and arthritis
  • Calcium
  • Prevents brittle bones and old age skeletal deformities
  • Taken in the diet, can help bone loss in the spine, hip and wrist
  • May reverse some of high blood pressure's damage
  • Magnesium
  • Protects the heart, preventing spasms of coronary arteries and abnormal heart rhythms
  • Helps deter formation of blood clots
  • Keeps blood vessels from constricting
  • Necessary for proper functioning of enzymes in the breakdown of sugar in the liver
  • Selenium
  • Powerful antioxidant
  • Has diverse anti-ageing properties
  • Stops viruses from breaking out of cells
  • Important to the immune system
  • Vital for younger-looking skin
  • Improves blood flow to the brain
  • Has been found to enhance mood and mental functioning and relieve tiredness
  • Zinc
  • Can reactivate the thymus, improving the output and activity of Thymulin
  • Helps double the glands production of Interleukin 1 - boosts T-cell production
  • Pushes up blood levels of albumin
  • Vital for the synthesis of RNA and DNA
  • Essential for protein synthesis
  • Maintains adequate levels of Vitamin A in the blood
  • Aids digestion and metabolism
  • Will heal wounds and burns
  • Prevents stretch marks in pregnancy or those due to excessive weight
  • Potassium
  • Involved in cell metabolism, enzyme function and protein metabolism
  • Enables the body to use fatty acids efficiently
  • Can help high blood pressure caused by excessive salt intake
  • Chromium
  • Revs up insulin action
  • Helps normalise blood sugar and insulin before they do irreparable damage
  • Lowers bad type LDL Cholesterol
  • Improves immune function
  • Promotes production of the anti-ageing hormone DMEA

Amino acids, Essential Fatty Acids, Enzymes

  • Amino Acids
  • Repair muscles, organs, hair, nails, ligaments and skin
  • Prevent heart attacks, high blood pressure, and strokes
  • Carnitine
  • Breaks down fat in the arteries and muscles
  • Gives you energy, greater stamina and makes you feel good
  • Glutathione
  • Maintains healthy immune functioning
  • Rejuvenates old/weak immune systems
  • Helps save you from cancer
  • Prevents injury to lungs due to free radicles
  • Flushes free radicles out of rancid food you eat
  • Keeps blood cholesterol from becoming oxidised and toxic
  • Helps cure some forms of diabetes
  • Helps prevent macular degeneration an age related eye disease
  • Methione & Cysteine
  • Provide structural strength of the collagen fibres, keeping skin taut, smooth, elastic and wrinkle free
  • Provide effective protective against damaging effects of pollution and the sun
  • Glycine
  • Decreases sugar cravings
  • Increases growth hormone release
  • Makes the skin elastic
  • Enzymes
  • Are a protein
  • Ease the workload on your glands, particularly the pancreas
  • Some enzymes protect you against free radicles
  • Lipase
  • Acts on or breaks down Lipids Fat
  • Will clear fatty deposits from your body and take the strain off your glands
  • Amylase
  • Responsible for the digestion of carbohydrates
  • Can clear lungs of mucous and destroy viruses, such as herpes
  • Will help craving for foods such as bread and cakes
  • Proteolytic enzymes
  • Break down protein
  • Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
  • Only beneficial if they are not oxidised
  • Have unwanted side effect of reducing levels of High Density Lipoprotein - prevent cholesterol deposits from settling in our arteries
  • Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids
  • Are prostaglandin precursors
  • Regulate inflammation, hormones, immune system, cholesterol metabolism, motor co-ordination, muscle strength, circulatory disorders and rheumatic arthritic disease
  • Essential for normal growth and brain development of children
  • Prevents dry, flaky skin
  • Important for eczema and psoriasis

Skin and Hair Rejuvenation

  • B Complex
  • Improves tone
  • Balances oil production
  • Selenium
  • Prevents and repairs damage caused by pollution and the sun
  • Silica
  • Stops your face drooping
  • Helps strengthen hair and
  • Vitamin E
  • Repairs wrinkled skin when used internally/externally
  • Vitamin C
  • Holds the skin and all of you together
  • Strengthens skin structure
  • Iron
  • Improves oxygen utilization
  • Zinc
  • Gives skin elasticity/flexibility

Say Goodbye to Stress 

  • Exercise - keeping your body on the move for a certain amount of time each day
  • Facial exercises strengthen/tighten the muscles - stimulates blood supply and nourishes the skin
  • Movement should include something that makes your pulse race, your heart beat faster and your blood circulate rapidly
  • Yoga and aerobics are ideal exercises
  • Exercise is a way of relieving stress and tiredness
  • Increases metabolic rate
  • Stimulates a healthy mind
  • Moderate exercise decreases your appetite
  • People who take no exercise have exaggerated appetites and tend to be hungry all day
  • Strengthens muscles and improves muscle tone
  • Regular exercise energises – people have more confidence and feel good about their bodies

Herbs for Good Looks – Inside and Out

  • Chinese Wolfberry
  • Gives you stamina, youthfulness and longevity if taken regularly
  • Increases a woman’s sensitivity and responsiveness
  • Has a protective effect against liver problems
  • Improves vision
  • Dang Gui
  • Dilates blood vessels
  • Has a beneficial action on the cardiovascular system
  • Good for hypertension, angina and asthma
  • Potent pain reliever
  • Has anti-bacterial and anti-allergenic properties
  • Offers protection against cancer cells - but only for non-oestrogen sensitive tumours
  • Ginseng
  • Used consistently over several will produce wonderful results
  • American or Siberian ginseng is better as it produces less heat in the body
  • Paul D’Arco, Lapacho
  • Protects against disease
  • Effective in the treatment of thrush, cold, flu, cancer and psoriasis
  • A good liver tonic
  • Highly effective against bacterial, fungal and viral infections
  • Chaparral
  • One of the best protectors of the human body
  • Contains NDGA - valuable in treating bacterial, viral and parasitic infections
  • Good for the respiratory, urinary and intestinal tracts, clearing infection, inflammation and fever
  • Heals wounds
  • Helps with eczema, scabies and dandruff
  • Removes benign cysts and warts if applied in concentrated form
  • Rinsing your mouth with a diluted form is effective as prevention against tooth decay
  • A powerful antibiotic
  • Strengthens and tones the body
  • Echinacea
  • Boosts immune function
  • Stimulates production of interferon - has the power to stop viruses
  • Chaparral
  • One of the best protectors of the human body
  • He Shou Wu
  • Keeps hair strong - prevents it greying
  • Benefit the eyes
  • Helps to stop skin irritations
  • Moves the bowels
  • Is a great aphrodisiac
  • Gotu Kola
  • Increases learning abilities of school children
  • Helps varicose veins
  • Has been used to improve meditation
  • Has an affinity for the connective tissues
  • Increases integrity of the dermis - thus firming/strengthening tissues and eradicating droops/sags
  • Makes hair and nails grow quickly
  • Boasts strong energizing properties
  • Can be used as a tonic
  • Has a mild tranquillizing action on the central nervous system
  • Helps to develop and sharpen mental abilities even in disabled children
  • Ginkgo
  • Improves blood flow
  • Improves failing memory and information processing in the elderly
  • Slows the progression of Alzheimer disease
  • Reduces leg pains from diminishing blood flow to the limbs
  • Inhibits bacterial activity involved with gum disease
  • Relieves vertigo/dizziness
  • Reduces ringing in the ears
  • Inhibits deteriorating vision due to oxygen deprivation of the retina
  • Improves hearing loss related to reduced blood flow
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Raises good type HDL cholesterol
  • Inhibits abnormal blood clotting
  • Relieves male impotence by promoting blood flow to the penis
  • Relieves Raynaud’s disease - circulatory disease resulting in cold hands and feet

Course 2 - Certificate in Beauty Therapist Online Course

Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Analyse the six systems of the body
  • Identify the function of the liver and gall bladder
  • Explore the purpose of the thyroid gland
  • Evaluate the functions of the four main groups of joints
  • Introduce the functions of the vertebral column
  • Investigate the parts of key parts of the eye

The Functions of Cells, Tissues and the Skin

  • Explore the organs of the human body
  • Investigate the functions of the skin
  • Evaluate cells and tissues with regard to sweat glands and maintenance of body temperature
  • Analyse the functions of nerve endings
  • Introduce the functions of the nail

The Healthy Body

  • Introduce the ‘environmental’ factors that have effect humans
  • Identify the substances that harm the human body
  • Demonstrate the importance of looking after the human body
  • Explore the concept of ‘ideal body weight’
  • Analyse the effects of self-esteem

Personal Hygiene

  • Explore the concept of bathing
  • Introduce revivers and Special Bath Treatments
  • Demonstrate the importance of body scrubs
  • Describe the eccrine and apocrine sweat glands

Skin Consultation and Care

  • Explore an in-depth analyse of skin
  • Discuss the importance of skin
  • Analyse some common skin types
  • Define the structure and functions of cleansers
  • Define the structure and functions of moisturisers
  • Define the structure and functions of skin foods and nourishing creams

Skin Care

  • Introduce the stages of the skin care routine
  • Explore the necessary procedure for administering a facial
  • Examine the benefits of a facial massage
  • Analyse the procedure for administering a facial massage 

Manicure & Pedicure

  • Identify the key processes of giving a manicure
  • Identify the key processes of giving a pedicure

 Hair Care

  • Explore hair structure
  • Investigate the concept of hair growth
  • Analyse common hair related terms
  • Describe the necessary products to care/style for hair

Accentuating Positive Attributes

  • Analyse the techniques use to mimic good bone structure
  • Investigate the combination of factors that make up the term ‘beauty’
  • Demonstrate how to work with varying face shapes
  • Discuss the rules of working with clients’ facial features
  • Describe the processes involved with correcting flaws of the mouth

General Nutrition

  • Analyse the stages of the general adaptation syndrome
  • Introduce the importance of vitamins to the body
  • Investigate the functions of fat soluble vitamins
  • Investigate the functions of water soluble vitamins

General Nutrition – Continued

  • Introduce the importance of water for the human body
  • Explore the uses of Calcium and Phosphorus
  • Demonstrate the importance of Sodium
  • Analyse the effects of magnesium and potassium on the human body

Anti-Ageing Therapy

  • Explore the impacts of facial muscle contractions
  • Investigate the cross-linking theory of ageing
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that speed up the ageing process
  • Analyse the effects of a range of factors that slow down the ageing process
  • Describe the ageing process
  • Demonstrate the uses of quercetin
  • Explore the functions of beta-carotene within the human body
  • Demonstrate the uses of garlic on the human body

Massage – Hands and Arms

  • Explore the major principles of massage
  • Introduce three different types of massage movement
  • Analyse the benefits of massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a hand and arm massage
  • Investigate the full procedure of a foot massage

Sterilisation

  • Introduce the autoclave sterilisation method
  • Explore the use of ultra-violet rays as a sterilisation method
  • Describe glass beads as a sterilisation method
  • Investigate chemical methods used for sterilisation

Basic Waxing Procedures

  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s legs
  • Investigate the procedure for waxing the patient’s lower abdomen

Starting Your Business

  • Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of setting up a therapy practice
  • Investigate strategies that can be used to exploit business growth areas
  • Explore the factors that need to be considered when determining whether or not to set up a practice
  • Describe how to objectively assess the evaluation

Course 3 - Certificate in Women's Health Practitioner Online Course

Basics Of Human Anatomy

  • The Human Body Systems
  • Skeletal System
  • Muscular System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Respiratory System
  • Nervous System
  • The Brain System
  • Digestive System
  • Reproductive Systems
  • Urinary System
  • Lymphatic System
  • The Sensory Organs
  • The Cell Structure
  • Anatomy: Some Basic Statistics

The Endocrine System

  • The Sexual Glands
  • Female Menstrual Cycle

Understanding Male And Female Brain Differences

  • Basics Of The Neocortex
  • The Split Brain
  • Differences In The Male And Female Brains
  • Brain Organisation: The Differences
  • Practical Implications Of The Differences
  • Using Both Brains Together
  • Male And Female Relationships
  • Summary

Mental Techniques

  • Introduction To Brainwaves
  • The Conscious Brain State
  • The Relaxed Brain State
  • The Theta Brain State
  • Aids To Attaining The Mental States
  • The Audio Programme
  • The Feather Phases
  • Heightened Consciousness

Basic Nutrition

  • Plan Of The Lesson
  • Does The Information Apply To Me?
  • Our Human Inheritance
  • The General Adaptation Syndrome
  • The Essential Nutrients
  • Classification Of The Essential Nutrients
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Lipids
  • Vitamins
  • Fat-Soluble Vitamins
  • Water-Soluble Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Macro Minerals
  • Micro Minerals
  • Mineral Toxicity
  • Fibre
  • Oxygen
  • Water
  • He Digestive Process
  • Food Combining
  • Cooking And Food Preparation
  • Considering The Data

Stress

  • Introduction
  • Physiology Of Stress
  • Female Cycle
  • Reversal Theory Of Stress
  • Relevant Research
  • The Inevitability Of Stress
  • Temperament Style
  • Individual Differences?
  • The Four Temperaments
  • Using The Temperament Indicator
  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming (Nlp)
  • Language And Representational Systems
  • Predicates
  • Other Accessing Cues
  • Uses Of The Modalities
  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Kinesthetic
  • Gustatory / Olifactory / Neutral
  • Stress Syndrome Families
  • Nutrition
  • The Sugar Rollercoaster
  • Balancing Your Blood Sugar
  • Breaking The Habit
  • Sugar Alternatives
  • Boosting Your Immune System
  • Immune Power
  • Understanding Immunity
  • The Immune Army
  • Stress And The Adrenals
  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Essential Fatty Acids (Efas)
  • Drugs
  • Oxygen
  • Nterpersonal Relationships And Stress
  • Mental

Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

  • Overview Of Healthy Periods
  • Soul Searching
  • Programs To Reduce The Causes Of Pms Symptoms
  • General Nutrition & Pms
  • Teenage Diets
  • The Glenville Woman’S Eating Plan
  • What You Eat Or Drink
  • When You Eat Or Drink
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Alcohol
  • Choosing And Using Oils
  • Pms Supplements
  • Supplementing Essential Fatty Acids
  • Increase The Natural Fibre In Your Diet
  • Vitamin A & Beta Carotene
  • Vitamin B Complex
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc
  • Bioflavinoids
  • Other Factors In Solving Pms
  • Essential Fatty Aids
  • Mood Foods
  • Herbs And Pms
  • Hormone Therapy
  • What Is Hrt (Hormone Replacement Therapy)?
  • Different Methods Of Taking Hrt
  • The Role Of Progestrone In Pms
  • A New Look At A Basic Hormone - Dhea
  • Foundations Of The Dhea Plan
  • The Awareness Factor
  • The Dna Blueprint
  • The Paleolithic Perspective
  • Habitat Dysfunction Syndrome
  • Cave Men In Suits
  • Evolution: A Program For Survival
  • He First Dhea Breakthrough
  • Dhea In Our Bodies

 The Menopause

  • Food Calcium Content
  • Not All Calcium Supplements Are Equal

Xenoestrogens

  • Introduction
  • What Have We Allowed To Happen?
  • Setting The Scene
  • The Ddt Story
  • After ‘Silent Spring'
  • Making Connections
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Sperm Count Warnings
  • The Fertility Paradox
  • The 1991 Copenhagen Conference
  • Sertoli Cells
  • The Plancental Barrier – A Barrier No More
  • The Legacy Of Des
  • The Oestradiol Mimic
  • The Fda And Des
  • Des - The Wonder Drug For Women
  • After Thalidomide And Des
  • Hermes And Aphrodite
  • The Legacy Of Pcbs
  • Sven Jensen’S Hair
  • Painted Turtle Eggs
  • What Is Estrogen?
  • Recycling Estrogen
  • Phyto-Oesrogens
  • Western And Asian Women
  • Soya In Baby Foods
  • Vom Saal’S Mice
  • Theo Colbern’S Conference
  • Back In England
  • Secret British Experiments
  • Sister Catherine’S Family
  • Ana Soto’S Lab
  • Times For The News
  • Tins Cans In Spain
  • The Oleas And Teeth Fillings
  • Plastic Baby Bottles
  • Baby Formulas
  • Dr John And Aluminium Laminates
  • Baby Milk
  • Richard Sharpe, Scientist At The Sharp End
  • Pesticides And Insecticides
  • Industrial Chemicals
  • Parmaceuticals
  • The Absence Of Proof
  • The Map Is Not The Territory
  • Body Storage
  • Hypotheses Versus Facts
  • Ana Soto’S Cocktail
  • Dr Sue And Scrambled Eggs
  • Androgen And Ddt
  • The Legacy Of Dioxin
  • “I Like Fat”
  • Dioxin Getting Less?
  • Dioxin And Endocrine Disrupters
  • “Ah”. A New Idea
  • Small Dose – Right Day – Bingo
  • Dioxins And Reproduction
  • Environmental Oestrogens (Oestrogen Receptor Mediated)
  • Chemicals That Hinder Oestrogen Action
  • Environmental Anti-Androgens And Androgens
  • Anti-Thyroid Endocrine Disrupters
  • Adrenal Endocrine Disrupters

Essential Fatty Acids

  • Introduction
  • The Missing Nutrient
  • Nutritional History Repeats Itself
  • The Missing Nutrient Is Identified
  • What Do Essential Fatty Acids Do For You?
  • Our Deteriorating Diet
  • The Diet Connection
  • The Catastrophic Effects Of Dietary Manipulation
  • Effects Of Fatty Acids On The Brain And Body
  • From Mood To Behaviour: When Brain Fats Are Low
  • Profound Influence
  • The Seeming Paradox Of A Brain Composed Of Fat
  • The Importance Of Good Choices
  • Weaving The Web: The Role Of Fat In The Brain'S Structure
  • Where The Brain-Fats Reside
  • Seeing With Clarity: Fatty Acids And Vision
  • Smell And The Emotional Brain
  • The Omega Shopper
  • Cooking And Salad Oils
  • Canola Oil
  • Tossed Salad
  • Olive Oil
  • Tossed Salad
  • Flaxseed Oil
  • Mayonnaise
  • Flaxseeds
  • Fresh Garlic
  • Fish
  • Buying Frozen Fish
  • Watch Out For Sodium Tripolyphosphate
  • Farmed Fish
  • Canned Fish
  • Get To Know Your Greens
  • Lesser Known Greens
  • Wild Greens
  • Some Studies

Elimination And Exercise

  • The Colon
  • Developing A Toxic Colon
  • Working Towards A Healthy Bowel
  • The Importance Of Proper Elimination
  • Organic Versus Functional
  • A Brief Discussion Of The Anatomy And Physiology Of The Bowel
  • The Small Intestine
  • The Digestive Juices
  • How Absorption Progresses
  • The Large Intestine Or Colon
  • How The Large Intestine Functions
  • Bacterial Action In The Bowel
  • Autointoxication
  • Colonic Experience
  • Cancer Risk For Women
  • Constipation
  • What Goes In Doesn'T Always Come Out
  • The Functioning Of The Bowel
  • Cleaning Up The Past
  • The Skin
  • Formula F
  • The Lungs
  • Nostril-Breathing Vs. Mouth-Breathing
  • The Four Methods Of Respiration
  • How To Acquire The Yogi Complete Breath
  • Overview Of The Liver'S Role
  • The Liver Detox Plan
  • Carbohydrate Foods
  • What To Drink
  • Lymph Drainage Systems
  • Our Research Model
  • The Body Of Evidence
  • The Risk Factors And Lymph Constriction
  • A Personal Reevaluation
  • The Big Picture
  • An Overview Of Cancer
  • The Lymphatic System
  • The Next Step
  • The Real Enemy

Exercise

  • Fitness On The Job
  • Coffee Break Alternatives
  • Exercise At Your Desk
  • Desk Exercises
  • Some Quick Lessons On Sitting
  • The Upside Of Interruptions
  • Exercise For Non-Desk Workers
  • Lunch: Remember The Side Order Of Oxygen
  • Tips For Lunch Fitness
  • Fitness After 5 Pm
  • Top Ten Ways To Find Exercise Where There Is None

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  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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