MicroNutrients/Dietary Supplements Module Details

MicroNutrients/Dietary Supplements Module (39 CPEs)

Coming March 2022!


All sessions recorded for review and for those who miss live sessions. Individual module registrants receive recording access for 8 months from the course start. (Full course participants have 3 years to access.) All other course materials available for download to your permanent files. Certificate of Completion and CPE earned after passing self-study quizzes for each unit.


Course Covers:

Part 1: Supplements – Assessing Needs, Quality, and Use in Practice (Virtual Workshop included)
Part 2: Special Focus: Antioxidants Immune Support
Part 3: Supplements: Detailed Remaining Vitamins and Minerals

Note: While not mandatory, we highly recommend the Assessment Module be taken before or in conjunction with this module.


Overview: When discussing dietary supplements, it is important to remember that ‘Food is First’ in the foundation of nutrition. In addition to food, supplements are often needed and serve a purpose in addressing nutrient insufficiencies as well as deficiencies. In this module, we will consider not only food consumption, but also digestion, absorption, and utilization of nutrients; as well as genomic factors that can increase individual needs. We’ll detail laboratory assessment (including Functional Medicine Labs) of nutrient status. 

We’ll explore nutrients as they support biochemical and physiologic function as it’s important to know not just that you have enough via a serum assessment but enough to support optimal function and overall health as well.

In this Module, we detail nutrients and their corresponding supplements at a comprehensive level. For each, we’ll cover…

  • Their role in health and disease (Special emphasis on immune support!)
  • Deficiency signs/symptoms and risk factors
  • Laboratory biomarkers, including functional Lab assessment
  • Genomic considerations as they are relevant
  • Food Sources
  • Supplementation types and dosing
  • Research supporting responsible and effective use in practice
  • Toxicity concerns

We’ll also explore assessment modalities including laboratory biomarkers and clinical signs/symptoms that aid us to best determine our patients’ needs for supplementation and provide the basis for responsible recommendations. Likewise, the importance of follow-up to adjust recommendations over time.


Module 3 contains:

  • approximately 17, 2-hr Webinars
  • Bonus pre-recorded Guest Webinar on the Important of Vitamin K2
  • One 4-hr Virtual Workshop
  • 25+ handouts; many ready to customize for your practice
  • 10 additional learning practice exercises to help you solidly your learning
  • Over 1000 slides!