Certificate in Nutrition and Dietetics


The Certificate in Nutrition program is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of nutrition science, dietary guidelines, and the relationship between nutrition and health. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical application, students will develop the skills necessary to assess nutritional needs, design personalized dietary plans, and promote healthy eating behaviors in individuals and communities. The program covers essential topics such as macronutrients, micronutrients, dietary analysis, food safety, public health nutrition, and nutrition education. Students will also explore specialized areas of nutrition, including sports nutrition, pediatric nutrition, and nutritional therapy for chronic diseases. The program may include hands-on experiences, such as internships or practicums, to provide real-world exposure to nutrition-related settings.



Internationally Accredited Certificate in Nutrition

The Certificate in Nutrition program offers a comprehensive understanding of the principles of nutrition science and their practical applications in promoting health and preventing disease. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and hands-on learning experiences, students gain expertise in assessing dietary intake, understanding nutritional requirements across the lifespan, and developing evidence-based recommendations for individuals and communities. The curriculum covers a range of topics including macronutrients, micronutrients, dietary guidelines, nutritional assessment methods, and the role of nutrition in various health conditions. Students also learn about food safety, cultural considerations in dietary practices, and strategies for effective nutrition communication and counseling.


+2 / Pre Degree / Equivalent Certificates

Course Duration:

  • Live┬á Classes
  • 24 X7 course access
  • Mobile App available
  • Free Diet Menu software
  • 3-6 months duration
  • Lifetime access
  • Learning in Malayalam and English

Course Scope:

  1. Introduction to Nutrition: Covers the basic principles of nutrition science, including macronutrients, micronutrients, and their roles in the body.
  2. Nutritional Biochemistry: Explores the biochemical processes involved in digestion, absorption, and metabolism of nutrients.
  3. Nutrition and Health Promotion: Examines the relationship between nutrition and chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Focuses on strategies for promoting optimal health through nutrition.
  4. Dietary Guidelines and Recommendations: Reviews national and international dietary guidelines and recommendations, and discusses their implications for individual dietary choices and public health policy.
  5. Nutritional Assessment: Introduces methods for assessing dietary intake, nutritional status, and body composition. Includes dietary recall, food frequency questionnaires, anthropometric measurements, and biochemical assessments.
  6. Lifecycle Nutrition: Explores nutritional requirements and recommendations at different stages of life, including infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and older adulthood.
  7. Community Nutrition: Focuses on nutrition interventions and programs aimed at improving the health of populations, addressing food insecurity, and promoting healthy eating behaviors in diverse communities.
  8. Sports Nutrition: Examines the nutritional needs of athletes and physically active individuals, including pre- and post-exercise nutrition, hydration strategies, and supplements.
  9. Food Safety and Food Systems: Covers principles of food safety, foodborne illnesses, food labeling, and regulations governing food production and distribution.
  10. Nutrition Education and Counseling: Develops skills in nutrition communication, counseling, and behavior change techniques to support individuals in making healthy dietary choices.
  11. Cultural and Ethical Considerations in Nutrition: Explores how cultural, social, and ethical factors influence dietary practices, food choices, and nutritional health outcomes.
  12. Capstone Project or Internship: Culminates in a capstone project or internship experience where students apply their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting under the supervision of nutrition professionals.

Who Should Enroll:

  1. Healthcare Professionals: Nurses, dietetic technicians, medical assistants, and other healthcare professionals who want to expand their knowledge of nutrition to better serve their patients or clients.
  2. Fitness and Wellness Professionals: Personal trainers, fitness instructors, wellness coaches, and sports coaches who work with clients on improving their overall health and fitness goals and want to incorporate nutrition guidance into their practice.
  3. Educators: Teachers, school counselors, and community educators who want to integrate nutrition education into their curriculum or community outreach programs.
  4. Food Service Professionals: Chefs, food service managers, and culinary professionals who want to learn more about nutrition and how to create healthier menus in restaurants, schools, healthcare facilities, or other food service settings.
  5. Individuals Interested in Personal Health and Wellness: Anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of nutrition for personal health reasons or to help family and friends make healthier choices.
  6. Career Changers: Individuals looking to transition into a career in nutrition or dietetics who may not have a background in the field but have a strong interest in promoting health and well-being through nutrition.
  7. Students Pursuing Further Education: College students or recent graduates considering a career in nutrition or related fields who want to explore the field before committing to a longer-term degree program.
  8. Parents and Caregivers: Parents, guardians, and caregivers who want to learn how to provide nutritious meals for themselves and their families, as well as understand childhood nutrition and healthy eating habits.
  9. Athletes and Fitness Enthusiasts: Individuals who are passionate about sports and fitness and want to optimize their nutrition to improve athletic performance, enhance recovery, and support overall health and wellness.
  10. Seniors: Older adults who are interested in learning about nutrition to support healthy aging, manage chronic conditions, and maintain a high quality of life.


Kerala Low Carb Academy is a recognized training partner of Glocal University, affiliated with the UGC (Government of India, Ministry of AYUSH, and Association of Indian Universities). Our academy is globally accredited by the American Board of Education and recognized by the State of California, USA. All our certification courses are authorized by the International Association of Therapists (IAOTH) in England and Ireland.

Online Examination :

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be required to take an online exam lasting one hour, consisting of multiple-choice questions. Those who pass this exam will be awarded an internationally accredited Diploma certificate at the Expert level.



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