A call to Educators and Healthcare Workers in Underserved Communities: Nutrition Network Scholarship applications for 2020 are now open

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The Nutrition Network has fast become a world-leading platform, providing training in the carbohydrate-restricted nutritional treatment of chronic disease, as delivered by global experts, to medical professionals, allied healthcare professionals, and more recently to expert laypeople. 

As part of our commitment to support and reverse dietary and lifestyle-driven diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and obesity globally, we are offering a select number of funded or part-funded places on our trainings in 2020. 

Our comprehensive training programs range from in-depth foundational teachings in LCHF/Ketogenic science, with practical tools for medical & allied health care professionals; to more advanced training in clinical practice, LCHF training for nurses, LCHF for dietitians, as well as an LCHF nutrition coach training program.

As the leading affiliate of the Eat Better South Africa (EBSA) program, the Nutrition Network is committed to addressing the devastating impacts of chronic disease in underserved communities across South Africa. By donating a significant portion of its funds towards supporting the community outreach programs run by Eat Better SA, communities are able to receive the relevant nutrition education and tools to make better nutritional choices to improve their health and lives profoundly. 

The Nutrition Network’s goal is to impact change on a global scale, and so by providing scholarship opportunities for our relevant trainings to eligible applicants, we ensure that underserved communities across the world may reap the same benefits as those in South Africa, through the amazing work of EBSA. This means that selected candidates, once qualified, must be willing to work within underserved communities to impact change. 

Eligibility Criteria:

We are looking for leaders, trailblazers, nutrition enthusiasts who are yearning to make a difference in underserved communities through nutrition education programs and community support. 

Applicants must be over the age of 18 and motivate affordability constraints. Further consideration will be taken with regards to eligibility criteria allocated for each course, as some courses are designed strictly for medical/ allied health care professionals

If you think this is you, kindly complete the relevant application form and a member of our team will get back to you asap.

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