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- The Carb-Appropriate Calorie and Macro calculator
- Foundations of Nutrition Science for Health and Performance [e-textbook]
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- Graduation Application (for Cert.F.Nut.Sci, Grad.Cert.HPN, Grad.Dip.HPN)
- Discovering variation in responses to differing diets. Evaluating key cases Cliff Harvey
- Metabolic Insights Panel Discussion
- Determining ‘Carbohydrate Appropriate’ – Individualising Nutrition Prescription to the Patient Cliff Harvey
- Personalised Nutrition Panel Discussion
- New understanding of lipid metabolism, pathology interpretation and dietary application Dr Ken Sikaris
- Heart Variability App: HRV4Training
- Vitamin A
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- Vitamin B5