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Nutrition Course

This certification is provided by FIT INDIA ACADEMY.

Rs.14,999/- Excluding Taxes

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Sl NoNUTRITION CONTENTweekdaysweekends
1Introduction Of Nutrition 1 Day / 3 Hours1 Day / 4 Hours
2Carbohydrates1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
3Protein 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
4Fats1 Day / 3 Hours1 Day / 4 Hours
5Vitamins 1 Day / 3 Hours1 Day / 4 Hours
6Minerals1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
7Water & Electrolytes 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
8Recommended dietary allowance 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
9Basic physiology of digestion and absorption 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
10Integrated training1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
11Body composition 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
12Circadian rhythm1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
13Hormones / digestion 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
14Supplements 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
15Diet planning 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
16Diet exercise and diseases 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
17Stress and wellness 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
18Psychology of weight control and behavior change 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
19Myths and facts 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
20Food safety 1 Day / 3 Hours 1 Day / 4 Hours
Total:20 Day / 60 Hours 16 Day / 64 Hours
  • License : yes
  • License validity: 2 years
  • Course Duration : Weekday classes – 1 month  Weekend classes – 2 months
  • Weekdays: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
  • Weekends: Saturday & Sunday

Internship – 12 sessions CPR-AED – 1 day session (fees extra)

Examinations & Assignments-

1. Regular Internal tests and assignments
2. Final- Theory & Practical + Viva at the end of the course
3. CPR-AED certification compulsory before final exam

Class Location :

  • Theory: Iconic Fitness 7th Block Koramangala
  • Practical: Iconic Fitness 7th Block Koramangala



Study about Carbohydrates, fat and protein Macronutrients are the nutritive components of food that the body needs for energy and to maintain the body’s structure and systems. They’re needed in relatively larger amounts than other nutrients, hence the term “macro.” Although there are recommended ranges for macronutrient intake, your needs vary based on your personal circumstances.


Study about the micronutrients often referred to as vitamins and minerals, are vital to healthy development, disease prevention, and wellbeing. Vitamins and minerals needed by the body in very small amounts. However, their impact on a body’s health are critical, and deficiency in any of them can cause severe and even life-threatening conditions.

Recommended dietary allowance

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA): Average daily level of intake sufficient to meet the nutrient requirements of nearly all (97–98%) healthy individuals; often used to plan nutritionally adequate diets for individuals.

Basic physiology of digestion and absorption

What is the physiology of digestion and absorption?

Digestion is the process of mechanically and enzymatically breaking down food into substances for absorption into the bloodstream. The food contains three macronutrients that require digestion before they can be absorbed: fats, carbohydrates, and proteins

Body composition

With respect to health and fitness, body composition is used to describe the percentages of fat, bone and muscle in human bodies. The body fat percentage is of most interest because it can be very helpful in assessing health.

Circadian rhythm

Circadian rhythms are physical, mental, and behavioral changes that follow a 24-hour cycle. These natural processes respond primarily to light and dark and affect most living things, including animals, plants, and microbes.


Nutritional supplements enhance your regular diet to ensure a healthy supply of nutrients. They contain vitamins and minerals that help you feel better, look better, and even sleep better. Nutritional imbalances can cause symptoms you didn’t even realize were because of a vitamin or mineral deficiency.

Diet planning

Planning diets refers to determining what usual nutrient intake should be. Regardless of whether one is planning diets for individuals or groups, the goal is to have diets that are nutritionally adequate, or conversely, to ensure that the probability of nutrient inadequacy or excess is acceptably low.

Stress and wellness

At times, stress can have a negative effect on the basic dimensions of mental health (your thoughts, emotions, behaviors and body reactions). Stress may affect your health if you use unhealthy behaviours to cope. The negative effects of stress on your wellness can become a source of stress in and of themselves.

Food safety

Four Steps to Food Safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill. Four Steps to Food Safety. Following four simple steps at home—Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill—can help protect you and your loved ones from food poisoning.


1. Introduction to nutrition
2. Carbohydrates
3. Proteins
4. Fats
5. Vitamins
6. Minerals
7. Water & electrolytes
8. Recommended dietary allowance
9. Basic physiology of digestion and absorption
10. Body composition
11. Circadian rhythm
12. Hormones/digestion
13. Supplements
15. Diet, exercise and diseases
17. Stress and wellness
18. Psychology of weight control and behavior change
19. Myths and facts
20. Food safety

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