This video course can be watched online at any time. Enjoy a presentation on Chinese medicine food theory and treatments. Prof. Jeffrey Pang, L.Ac. and Adam White, L.Ac. present Chinese medicine dietetics treatment principles and food preparations. Recipes for the treatment of cardiovascular and digestive disorders are given special focus. A section on weight loss is also presented.
After purchasing this course, download the course materials containing links to the online video presentation. Next, simply take the online quiz and receive a certificate of completion INSTANTLY for acupuncture continuing education credit. You may retake the quiz as often as needed. There are no time limits. Complete the course at your convenience.
To view a sample of the video material, click the following: Acupuncture CEU Video Sample
• Chinese Medicine food treatment theory and herbal cuisine
• The functions and properties of individual foods and recipes
• The treatment of cardiovascular and digestive disorders
4 NCCAOM Diplomate PDAs (core)
4 California Acupuncture Board CEUs (category 1)
4 Texas CAEs (4 general)
4 Florida Board of Acupuncture CEs (4 general)
4 CTCMA British Columbia acupuncture CEs
4 BCNA & CNPBC (British Columbia Naturopathic Assoc.) credits
4 CAAA Alberta CEUs
4 CTCMPAO (Ontario, Canada) continuing education credits
4 OAQ CEUs (Board of Acupuncturists of Quebec)
4 NZASA (general) CPDs (New Zealand Acupuncture Standards Authority)
4 Acupuncture NZ (NZRA) New Zealand CEUs
4 NS-CMAAC Nova Scotia acupuncture CEUs
4 CMBA CPDs/CEUs (Chinese Medicine Board of Australia)
4 IVAS CEs (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society)
4 California Board of Registered Nursing contact hours
(Massachusetts: may be applied towards the 10 hour herbal requirement)
Weight loss & obesity
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
Liver cell protection
Gallbladder stones and infections
It was not one of my favorites
I loved the interaction between the two instructors. Learned lots!
Very useful information for common issues!
Pretty informative. I found myself wanting more food therapies for digestive disorders, and more visuals. But overall, a lot of great, simple therapies to incorporate into practice which can be educational for our clients to become more preventative oriented. Thanks. I look forward to more. I really enjoy the Asian understanding and use of foods for balancing and maintaining health as this is much less invasive or damaging than Western protocols.
It's very practical.
Very informative, plan to take more dietetics courses.