This text was written as a resource for expanding the reader's understanding of nutritional physiology and the cruciality of sound nutrition in the body's expression of health. While the text is intended more for those who operate within the healthcare field in some capacity, I have attempted to make the curriculum accessible to those without a strong background in physiology. I have intended for this work to both compliment and deepen the material relating to nutrition that I have already published, yet also be of significant use on its own. Topic areas discussed include: the microbiome and health of the gastrointestinal tract, human grain consumption, thyroid health and nutritional factors, porphyria and health of the immune system, rotation dieting, acid/alkaline balance, somatids, and healthy water.
Denton Coleman is an Exercise Physiologist who currently resides in Ogden, Utah. He received his bachelor’s degree in Human Performance with an emphasis in Wellness from Weber State University. Once a Business Administration major, Denton decided to step away from his Department of Defense employment and pursue a career in health and fitness. After serving as a Personal Trainer at two universities, Denton chose to go his own way and ultimately founded Satori Institute, which serves as a resolute and honest academy for holistic health and wellness knowledge.
- Certified Exercise Physiologist: American College of Sports Medicine.
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist: National Strength and Conditioning Association.
- Certified Orthopedic Exercise Specialist: American Council on Exercise.
- Certified Holistic Fitness Specialist: Academy of Holistic Fitness.
- Certified Personal Trainer: American College of Sports Medicine.