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Online Course Recommendations??

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created June 24, 2012 at 10:13 PM

I'm searching for some paleo-esque online courses in nutrition, naturopathy, etc. Simply searching via google hasn't been too useful and I was hoping that someone could recommend a few interesting courses. Ideally I would like to find a few courses that are either free or low cost. (Right now I'm just looking to learn a bit more - not necessarily looking to earn some type of degree or certificate. I'm starting a master's program in the fall and need to save as much as possible for tuition...)

Any recommendations or resources would be much appreciated!

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on June 24, 2012
at 11:40 PM

If you can't afford to take courses, hit up you local library!

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on June 24, 2012
at 10:51 PM

Have you started off by reading things like "the Primal Blueprint" and marksdailyapple.com? perfecthealthdiet.com, huntgatherlove.com, and wholehealthsource.com are other great resources. Though not paleo, drbenkim.com is a good naturopath-type site. Aside from those, all you really need is a bio textbook like campbell and reece and just your average high school level of chemistry knowledge to draw on.

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on June 24, 2012
at 10:50 PM

Have you started off by reading things like "the Primal Blueprint" and marksdailyapple.com? perfecthealthdiet.com, huntgatherlove.com, and wholehealthsource.com are other good resources. Though not paleo, drbenkim.com is a good naturopath-type site. Aside from those, all you really need is a good bio textbook like campbell and reece and just your average high school level of chemistry knowledge to draw on.

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on June 24, 2012
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Do you like to read book at all? If so, you might just want to start by reading something like "the Primal Blueprint" by Mark Sisson or the "the Paleo solution" by Robb Wolf. There are abundant blogs too, which offer abundant information on nutritionism, such as marksdailyapple.com or theperfecthealthdiet.com

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on June 24, 2012
at 10:36 PM

What would you like to learn that's not possible by simply googling a topic you're interested in?

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on June 25, 2012
at 08:42 PM

I was on a conference call with the Nutritional Therapy Association last week and they mentioned that they were going to offer a online nutrition program in the next year. They definitely lean pretty WAPF, but their program is close enough to Paleo for my needs - I'd recommend checking them out.

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on July 09, 2012
at 09:38 PM

Honestly, of all my learning in life, I think I have learned more from a handful of blogs than any course has ever, and will ever teach me. You should really just follow a plethora of good blogs and attend some ancestral/real food seminar/summits. I would KILL to live on the West Coast just so I could go to such seminars put on by some real badass dudes out there.

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ - http://freetheanimal.com/ - http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/ - http://www.leangains.com/ - http://chriskresser.com/ - http://jasonferruggia.com http://www.archevore.com/

The above listed websites have taught me more in the past year than what college (nutrition and exercise science) has taught me in many years.

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