Healthy Eating Habits 101
Food is our #1 tool to fight off sickness, optimize our health and help manage how we feel daily!
Knowing what truly makes up a ‘healthy diet’ can be confusing with the abundance of information and various opinions on the topic. This course is designed to help you master the science-based fundamentals of good nutrition. Our course includes best practices on implementing a healthy diet and the habits you need to develop to turn healthy eating into a realistic lifestyle that YOU CAN lead.
Reset and remind yourself of the true functions of food and the importance of nutrient diversity, based on the latest research in nutrition sciences.
A quick crash course on macro and micronutrients and what they do for your body.
How often do you need to eat? How much? What should each meal include? Learn 3 example meal patterns based on different lifestyles!
Learn how to build snacks and meals using the recommended food groups for each meal. Take the guesswork out of meal planning and prepping!
Do you aspire to make sustainable lifestyle changes that will benefit you for your whole life? Set yourself up for success by learning the basics based on the latest in nutrition research.
There are quick trivia along the way, and you can enjoy this seminar-style course for 60-days from purchase to maximize your learning retention! If you are looking for professional development for health or fitness professionals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Est. 60-90 minutes. You can pause, take breaks and continue!
A registered dietitian (RD) is a regulated and licensed healthcare professional that is university trained in the field of food and nutrition, combined with supervised practical experience. They are experts in translating scientific, medical and nutrition information into general education, personalized goals, action plans and support through coaching. Our Dietitians have an extensive background in the application of food science combined with behavioural coaching to drive lifelong change towards a healthy approach to food.
Canada's Food Guide, which was updated a few years ago, is mentioned and used to influence our Balanced Plate Approach, but this course and dietitians offer so much more! If you are looking for professional development training on the NEW Food Guide, contact email@example.com. Canada’s Food Guide is a required resource for many professionals who are involved in food services such as long-term care and residential homes. Schools’ nutrition policies and curriculum must align with the recommendations as well. We have a turnkey solution to help professionals understand and navigate the significant changes, such as updated food groups that, for example, exclude dairy and the removal of portion guides.