CHAS Disclosure Statement

Nutrition Advisor Training (Course 1) .–
Sanoviv Medical Institute, Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico,
www.sanoviv.com

13.5 (Category 1) CECHs for CHES/MCHES, 7.5 (Category 1) for MCHES

“This experience has been reviewed for health educator Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECHs), and found to align with 13.5 CECHs as follows:  13.5 CECHs at the entry level (CHES), or 7.5 CECHs at the advanced 1 level plus 6 entry-level CECHs for a total of 13.5 CECHs (MCHES) through Continuing Education and Extension, UW-La Crosse.  The fee is $25 by check, made out to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, and sent to: Continuing Education and Extension, 215 Morris Hall, UW-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI 54601.”

Disclosure Statement

Purpose Statement: Enable the learner to integrate educational programs and therapeutic strategies around high density nutritional foods, spa therapy treatments and detoxification into their practice.

 

Objectives: Participants will:

  1. Design a realistic environment as defined by Sanoviv that is toxin-free and focused on optimal healing.

I    1.6.5   Analyze the capacity for providing necessary health education/promotion

III 3.1.1   Create an environment conducive to learning

  1. Design a lifestyle plan that prevents digestive problems

Entry Level II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

VII 7.1.3   Tailor messages for intended audience

Advanced   II   2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing
strategies/interventions reflecting content references provided

  1. Prepare outline of 3 ways that food can be used as medicine

Entry Level II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

VI 6.1.2 Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

Advanced     II 2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing
strategies/interventions

  1. Participate in 10 detoxification practices and explain the benefit of each

II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

VI 6.1.2   Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

  1. Outline the complexity of why we can’t lose weight and compare the effectiveness of current weight loss trends

VI 6.1.2   Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

  1. Determine the effects of GMOs on health and what actions consumers can take to reduce its impact

VI 6.1.2   Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

  1. Outline a basic presentation of the 3-system approach to rejuvenate the digestive system for better health (Diet – Matrix – Brain)

Entry Level II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

II 2.4.3   Organize health education/promotion into a logical sequence

VI 6.1.2 Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

Advanced   II   2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing
strategies/interventions

VI 6.2.2   Develop a plan for conducting training

VII 7.1.3   Tailor messages for intended audience

  1. Demonstrate exercises to heal, recharge, rejuvenate

III 3.3.6   Deliver health education/promotion as designed

  1. Explain how to safely prepare raw food following Sanoviv protocols

VI 6.1.2 Identify valid information resources

10. Modify a meal from the Standard American Diet (SAD) to reflect Sanoviv protocols

Entry Level II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

VI 6.1.2 Identify valid information resources

Advanced   II   2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing   /interventions

11. Outline how to teach a client about the results of the BIA and MAX Pulse tests as tools for health improvement (BIA
– measures body comp, fluid status, health of cell membrane *MAX Pulse – measures balance of autonomic
nervous system)

Entry Level II 2.3.7   Tailor strategies/interventions for priority populations

II 2.4.3   Organize health education/promotion into a logical sequence

VI 6.1.2 Identify valid information resources

VI 6.1.4 Adapt information for consumer

Advanced   II   2.3.3 Apply principles of evidence-based practice in selecting and/or designing
strategies/interventions

VI 6.2.2   Develop a plan for conducting training

VII 7.1.3   Tailor messages for intended audience

12. Determine your personality style as measured by ENEGRAM and how it affects your ability to communicate
effectively with others of varying styles

V 5.4.4   Use various communication strategies to present rationale

13. Complete written assignment

Entry Level II 2.4.4   Develop a timeline for the delivery of health education/promotion

Advanced   VI   6.2.2 Develop a plan for conducting training


Commercial Interest Organization: Is any entity that directly, or that is owned or controlled by an entity producing, marketing, reselling or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by or used on patients.

The following planners and presenters report a potential Commercial Conflict of Interest or potential for bias . The Nurse Planner Ruth Dregne RN, BSN has reviewed this activity and provided resolutions to ensure content integrity and all planners and presenters have agreed to prepare and present the content of this activity without bias or promotion.

Planner and presenter Sue Ward MS, Director of Nutrition Education is an associate with USANA Health Sciences, a company that sells nutritional supplements.

Presenter Dr. Miguel Lanzagora Vallin has co-authored a book relevant to the content of this training.

The content reviewer Dr. Gary Gilmore, Professor and Director, Graduate Community Health and Public Health Programs, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, has reviewed this activity to ensure that the educational content of this activity is not about nutritional products and has not been influenced or biased by a commercial interest organization(s) or their representatives.

If you feel that there is a presence of undisclosed commercial interest, bias, or any promotional element during the educational activity you are encouraged to report this on the post activity evaluation or contact the nurse planner.

Successful Completion Requirements to be awarded CE contact hours for this activity are:

  1. Attendance at all scheduled session is required to receive certificate of completion.
  2. Completion of the Participant Evaluation

Verbal Disclosure Statement

The purpose for this program is to provide education on nutrition and not to sell any products or services. Sanoviv does not sell nor exclusively promote any supplements of any kind to retreat participants. If products are mentioned the content will be well-balanced, evidenced based and unbiased. The focus of the content will be to inform about why these products were selected by Sanoviv based on those that are pharmaceutical-grade and meet these USP criteria:

Complete: What’s listed on the bottle is actually in the bottle

Safe: Does not contain undeclared ingredients and harmful levels of contaminants

Bio-Available: Breaks down and releases ingredients in the body within 30 mins

Quality: Made under Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) which guarantee proper process validation and documentation

As the primary educator in this training, I Sue Ward, disclose that I am an associate of USANA Health Sciences which is one of the companies that Sanoviv purchases supplements from. I declare that I do not promote these products during the Nutrition Advisor Training in the classes that are specified. While I may mention some of these products, I also mention other brands to illustrate examples of recommended quality of certain supplements. Many options are presented and available. Sanoviv does not sell any supplements of any kind to retreat participants and non-solicitation of USANA products while at Sanoviv is strictly enforced.

Here is a list of the companies that provide supplements for Sanoviv:

  • Designs for Health
  • Perque Integrative Health
  • Integrative Therapeutics
  • Metagenics
  • Pharmax
  • Allergy Research Group
  • Life Extension
  • RLC Labs
  • Thorne Labs
  • Pure Encapsulations
  • Douglas Labs
  • Vital Nutrients
  • Body Bio
  • Protocol for Life
  • Dr. Chi Products
  • Metabolic Maintenance
  • USANA Health Sciences

Suppliers are selected based on:

  1. the type and form of nutrients they offer
  2. if they test their raw materials and finished products whenever possible
  3. our experience, including clinical outcomes, with the products
  4. formulas that meet our needs with respect to ingredients
  5. scientific information about the products for certain health conditions