Biochemic Tissue Salts
Level 3

 
Title of learning programme Biochemic Tissue Salts
Programme level 3
Duration of learning programme 11 weeks x 10 hours*
Total number of learning hours per programme 110**

* Unlike traditional schools, colleges or universities, there are no terms, semesters, or specified intake dates for our uniquely flexible distance education courses. Our system of continuous enrolment means that our students can enrol on any day and at any time of the year. This allows our students the freedom to plan their studies to fit in with their lifestyle or work commitments.

** Please note that this is only an approximate figure and is dependant upon how much time you can dedicate to your studies and also how well you grasp the learning concepts in the course material. Furthermore, at the end of each module there is a question paper which needs to be completed and returned to your personal tutor.

Structure

 
Module Module Title
1 Understanding the Chemical Structure of Cells in the Human Body
2 Interfacing With The Physical-Cellular Systems
3 Elements of Nutrition
4 The Function of Vitamins
5   Properties & Function of Tissue Salts
6   Pollution & Mineral Deficiencies
 

Learning Outcomes

 

Module 1 Understanding the Chemical Structure of Cells in the Human Body.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:

  Learning Outcome
LO1

Examine theories relating to biochemical tissue salts and discuss their composition

LO2   List 5 elements most commonly found in the body
LO3   Compare organic and inorganic substances
LO4   Evaluate the importance of the correct selection of tissue salts
 

Module 2 - Interfacing With The Physical-Cellular Systems.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:

  Learning Outcome
LO1

Discuss the physical, biological and chemical systems of the physical anatomy and physiological functioning of the human body

LO2   Describe the following:
  • The Subtle Bodies
  • Chakra System
  • Meridian system
LO3   List the 7 layers of the auric body system
LO4   Summarise what the Chakra System comprises of
 

Module 3 - Elements of Nutrition.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:

  Learning Outcome
LO1

Evaluate the various types of nutrients and their importance to good health

LO2   List 6 types nutrients required by the body
LO3   Compare an amino-acid and an enzyme
LO4   Describe what occurs when the body receives inadequate vitamins and minerals
 

Module 4 - The Function of Vitamins.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:

  Learning Outcome
LO1

Analyse vitamins and minerals, showing their function and value to the body

LO2   Discuss the benefits of calcium
LO3   Examine how macro and micro minerals differ
LO4   Explain the importance of iron
LO5   Summarise where Tissue Salts originate and show how they are processed and absorbed
 
Module 5 - Properties & Function of Tissue Salts.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
  Learning Outcome
LO1 Examine the 12 tissue salts and explain their importance to the body
LO2   Summarise facial signs and properties of the following:
  • Calcium Fluoride
  • Kalium Muriaticum
  • Magnesium Phosphate
LO3   Discuss why Natrium Phosphate plays an important role in the body
 
Module 6 - Pollution & Mineral Deficiencies.
On successful completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
  Learning Outcome
LO1 Discuss how air pollution, water pollution and electromagnetic radiation effect our health
LO2   Identify symptoms of Calcium Phosphate deficiency
LO3   Explain how you would rate the condition of a client

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