Professional online training for medical and allied health practitioners wishing to advanced their understanding of the Low Carbohydrate High Fat diet, and its role in clinical practice.

The course is presented as a series of online, self-study, learning modules. 

Each module includes:

  • Topic outline, learning objectives and lecture summary
  • Expert speaker presentation
  • Downloadable resources and references for relevant journal articles and literature

Core Modules

Core modules provide a sound, foundational knowledge base of LCHF nutrition and treatment, from the latest and most up to date research.

Elective Modules

Elective speciality modules provide more advanced learning in relation to LCHF nutrition, within a number of specific clinical practice settings. Elective modules are sold separately.


Prof Tim Noakes

Once Humans were Healthy

Zoe Harcombe PhD

Should dietary fat guidelines have been introduced?

Dr Michael Hoffman

Food, Mood & Mind: Evolutionary Perspectives and Scientific Underpinnings

Dr Jason Fung

Intermittent Fasting

Ivor Cummins

Primary Health Challenges and their Root Causes

Dr Robert Cywes

Carbohydrate Addiction and the principles of how to understand and manage it in practice

Caryn Zinn, RD

LCHF & Athletic Performance

Amy Berger, NTP


Dr Neville Wellington

Do Low Carb Lifestyles work for patients with Diabetes?

Dr Bret Scher

LCHF for the Cardiac Patient

Lily Nichols, RN

Low Carb, Ketosis & Pregnancy: The Controversy & The Science

Christopher Webster

Hunger: Cravings, addiction, hunger, and the sustainability of the LCHF diet

Dr Hassina Kajee

Monitoring clinical and laboratory parameters

Catherine Crofts

Measuring Insulin

Jan Vyjidak

Legal aspects of prescribing LCHF

Dr Brian Lenzkes

De prescribing medication with a low Carbohydrate diet

Tamzyn Murphy, RD

An LCHF Consult Dieticians Perspective

Dr Neville Wellington

A Diabetes Consultation for the first visit

Core modules

  • Module 1: Evolutionary and Scientific Evidence
  • Module 2: LCHF for Practical Medical Applications
  • Module 3: Prescribing LCHF in Clinical Practice

Elective modules

  • Neurology
  • Diabetes Reversal
  • Insulin Resistance
  • Physiological & Biochemistry
  • Integrated Approach
  • Ethics & Law
  • Fasting

Training Format

The training is made up of video lectures with supporting documents such as the speakers PowerPoint presentation and reference list.

Who should do the course?

  • Doctors
  • Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Midwives, Diabetes Educators
  • Dietitians
  • Nutritionists, Nutrition Therapy Practitioners
  • Banting / LCHF / Keto Coaches *
  • LCHF / Wellness / Mind-Body / Health Coaches *
  • Those who have completed the original training*

* Must have received a certification from a recognized institution.


Register for the course by visiting and select ‘LCHF in Clinical Practice’ from the drop-down menu on the application. We will notify you whether your application has been successful.

Timeline & Testing

You may start the course at any time, and work through the content completely at your own pace. Each module is approximately 10 hours of learning.

There is no official test, however, there is a Module Feedback Form at the end of each module which requires you to reflect on the content and describe how you would apply it in your practice. There are also ways in which we test whether the full video has been watched.

Certificate of completion

You will be issued with a Certificate of Completion once you have completed all 3 Core Modules – this certificate differs to the Certificate offered by the original training. Completion of all 3 Modules, plus completion of the original training/nurses training, provides candidates with an advanced stamp and a priority listing on our Wall of LCHF Practitioners on the Nutrition Network website.

CPD Accreditation

Module 1 & 3 of the training are worth 10 CPD (Continued Professional Development) hours and Module 2 is worth 12 CPD hours, therefore the bundle of modules is worth 32 CPD hours. The Nutrition Network has been accredited by The CPD Standards Office, and we have been assured that the accreditation is recognized and respected internationally. Formal CPD Standards certificates are issued and accepted in a multitude of countries and across all professional sectors.

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Nutrition Network

The Nutrition Network is an education and learning platform, designed to present the most up-to-date and evidenced-based science and research available, in the field of low-carbohydrate, healthy high fat nutrition (LCHF). Founded by The Noakes Foundation, and in partnership with their extensive national and international network of doctors, scientists and researchers, the platform is aimed at medical and allied health care professionals across the globe, to inform and support their knowledge of the LCHF diet and its implementation into clinical practice.

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