Vegan and Raw Nutrition Level 3: Educator Training™

7 Days $1745

This interactive and experiential course is designed to give you practical experience in preparing training materials, coaching, and presentation skills. You will gain confidence and expertise so that you can communicate effectively with others—whether in lectures, media interviews, blogs, or with family members, friends, and co-workers on topics of vegan and raw nutrition. You will receive as part of the course content practical materials in both print and digital form.

Those who register for this course are invited to submit their prime areas of interest and some key questions that they have, prior to the course. This educator training is designed to support your work in the area of your choice. Thus it is important that we address your key topics, and we allow for this in the course design.

Raw research, chronic disease, and weight management

Participants will be able to summarize the health advantages, uses, or lack of value of vegan and raw diets in relation to the following:

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Bone health
  • Weight management (underweight and overweight)

Participants will be able to summarize the health advantages, uses, or lack of value of vegan and raw diets in relation to the following:

  • Which ten nutrients should typically be assessed in vegan and raw menus for adults?
  • Which five nutrients are typically abundant in vegan and menus?
  • Which laboratory tests can be used to assess vitamin B12 status?
  • What are the possible advantages of low serum ferritin levels?
  • What are six free and reliable science-based online resources for clients on plant-based diets?
  • Plus commonly asked questions regarding raw and vegan nutrition.

Participants will be able to:

  • List one key issue for vegetarians for each of these minerals: iron, zinc, calcium, and iodine; plus two good sources for each.
  • Plan menus based on different types of living foods and vegan and raw diets, and on skill levels of clients (beginner, gourmet, fast and easy).
  • Plan menus for travelers, groups, those living alone, those who have difficulty maintaining their energy and blood glucose levels.
  • Distinguish between information that is based on science and that which is simply theoretical or belief.
  • Access free online scientific resources for raw food educators and for health professionals.
  • Create a lecture or event.
  • Choose appropriate topics for raw and living food lectures.
  • Manage challenging questions and audience members with ease.
  • Present within the scope of your knowledge and direct others to information beyond that scope.
  • Write promotional materials for your event.
  • Even without previous science or nutrition background, you will learn how to speak with confidence regarding raw vegan nutrition after completing this class.


Vegan and Raw Nutrition Level 1™ and Level 2™ are required prior to this seven-day course.

Required Textbook:

Becoming Vegan: Comprehensive Edition is the course textbook.

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