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Diploma in Ayurveda Nutrition (DIP.A.N.)

Duration : 1 Year
Total Hours : 200 hours
75 HOURS : Lectures, Demonstrations, Practicals
100HOURS : Self Study, Assignment, Essays
25 HOURS : Field work (Analysis of constitution)

Course structure : Suggested Diet - 25 cases
Study material provided, Lectures conducted every week / fortnight by Ayurvedic specialist & professor from India.

Totals Modules : Five (5)

(DIP. A.N.-1)

Introduction to Ayurveda Includes understanding basic concept of Ayurveda like Panchamahabhoots (Five elements), Tridoshas (Three energies), Saptadhatus (Seven body tissue), Trimalas (Three Waste products), Agni (Digestived fire), Ama (Toxins) …etc.
Understanding concept of Prakruti (Constitution) & Prakruti Parikshana (constitutional analysis)
Study of principles of Ayurveda necessary for the better understanding of the subject.


Ayurvedic Anatomy & Physiology (Sharir Rachana & Sharir Kriya)
Understanding the bodys anatomy & Physiology to have better grasping of the subject.
Studying anatomy & Physiology of particularly the main systems in the body : Digestive, Respiratory circulatory, Nervous etc.


Ayurvedic Aahaar (Ayurvedic Nutrition)
Understanding the properties of various food items, commonly taken in diet e.g. vegetables, Fruits, Rice, Wheat, Milk etc.
Studying properties of various spices.
Concept of Aahaar (Nutrition) in Ayurveda, Method taking food, concept of compatibility & Incompatibility.


Food for Health,
Food as Medicine
Pathya-Apathya (Foods indicated & contraindicated in various diseases)

(DIP A.N.-5)

Ayurvedic Cooking
Studying various Ayurvedic receipies & Learning how to prepare them.
Ayurvedic Receipies for breakfast, Lunch & Dinner & also some special receipies for treating certain problems.

Requisites for admission
Sincere wish to learn natural way of :
* Living, eating
* Background of Natural therapies preferred (not compulsory)

Assessment by four methods :
Theory exams
Written Oral exams (Viva Voce)
Field exams
Essay & Assignments during whole year
All the assessments done by Ayurvedic specialists from India.