Enzyme Therapy: Exploring Digestion and Elimination
Instructor: Caroline Bayard, D.D., D.S.T.

Education
: 2 Continuing Education Units
Class Type: Holistic and Natural Health Student


Course Overview

The three points of focus for this course are the liver, large intestine, and bowels. There are four other enzyme combinations to deal with that relate to HCL deficiency, multiple digestion problems, lactose intolerance and sucrose intolerance. This last group of four enzyme combinations require learning how to take a good intake that involves working with appropriate questioning to be able to ascertain whether or not the client needs them. Clients are often incomplete in their answering of questions. It is the practitioner's job to know how to get around incomplete answers. Questions to assist you to obtain the best information are presented to you in this course.

There is initial work with client intake and determining how the client's past history with food, medications and lifestyle affects digestive health. Learning how to do a proper case history and background intake can assist you in making the decision on what enzymes and foods are proper for what is going on in the client's life. A review and expansion of the first three courses is also a part of this course.