Certificate of Achievement

Olaoluwa Oluwapelumi Tabitha

has completed the following course:

Nutrition for Health and Sustainability

EIT Food

This online course explored the relationship between nutrition, health and sustainability. It covered topics including sustainable nutrition and health, diets and dietary trends, nutrition through life, as well as the relationship between food and disease.

3 weeks, 4 hours per week

Maarten van der Kamp

Director of Education

EIT Food

70%
overall score

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Reflect on the possible causes (biological, social, psychological) of unhealthy eating patterns
  • Assess the current healthy guidelines and describe how they can be applied to different population groups
  • Describe which types of foods are essential for health and wellbeing and summarise their important role in treating/preventing disease
  • Describe the causes of unsustainable food production and consumption patterns
  • Explain the effects of food on the body, society and the planet and compare their impacts on healthcare practices
  • Explain the relationship between food, nutrition, diets and human health in the context of sustainability

Syllabus

  • Sustainable nutrition and health
  • Diets and dietary trends
  • Nutrition through life
  • The relationship between food and disease
  • Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and eating patterns

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Issued on 18th September 2023

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Free online course:

Nutrition for Health and Sustainability

EIT Food