Nutrition For Happy And Healthy Living

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This course is designed for those interested in learning how to improve their nutrition.

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About This CourseBeginner

Are you interested in living a happier and healthier life? Do you want to lose or maintain weight? Do you want to prevent or even reverse chronic diseases such as obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes by making some simple changes to your diet?

If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, you’re in the right place!

Don’t waste your time with complex lifestyles, yo-yo diets, and unrealistic health plans.

This course will teach you the basics of how to optimize nutrition to make you look and feel the best you ever have!

Take this course at your own pace and apply these simple and easy lifestyle changes that will have your body working in tip-top shape!

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to make healthier nutrition decisions.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Who Am I?

Why Diets And Complex Lifestyles Don’t Work

What This Course Is (And Isn’t)

Carbs: The Basics

Cholesterol: The Basics

Fats: The Basics

Protein: The Basics

Salt: The Basics

Sugar: The Basics

Vitamins And Minerals: The Basics

Nourishing Your Body: Summary

Creating Balanced Meals

Foods Packed With Nutrition

Portions

Seasonal Foods

Creating Healthy Meals: Summary

Eating As A Family

Eating At Parties

Eating At Restaurants

Getting Your Kids To Eat Healthier

Food And Society: Summary

Farm Markets

Your New Grocery List

Shopping In Grocery Stores

Ingredients To Avoid

Kitchen Essentials

The Kitchen Pantry: Summary

What To Eat On An Average Day

Finding “Good” Sources For Health Information

Reading Food Labels

What Food Labels and Claims Actually Mean

Your Own Organic Garden in the Kitchen

Being A “Defensive” Consumer: Summary

Should I Avoid Entire Food Groups?

Should I Take Cheat Days?

Is Juicing Healthy For Me?

How Should I Measure Progress?

Do I Need Social Support?

Avocado Cumin Sandwich

Chia Pudding

Detox Water

Immune Elixir

Lettuce Tacos

Mediterranean Pita Pockets

Pork With Quinoa And Brown Rice

Salmon With Kale And/Or Green Beans

Homemade Meatballs

Kale Salad

Turkey Burger

Baked Cinnamon Apples

Conclusion

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  1. KIMBER SUMMERS says:

    Great beginner course
    Great course for those looking to learn the basic nutritional info. I took an intro to nutrition course at my University last year, so most of this was a review for me, but still beneficial! I find that I tend to eat a lot healthier while in the process of learning how the food I eat actually works within my body. I hope to see a more advanced/in depth course some day :)

  2. catherine graham says:

    good knowledge
    Passed on in a clear uncluttered way. Would like to see the teacher here do a short course in public health matters also incorporating further of his skills.