Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
EIT Food and University of Turin
This online course explored the main components of the Mediterranean, and Okinawa diets and how they affect the human health. We explored how these 2 diets influence the human health status, directly or indirectly through the modulation of the gut microbiota.
3 weeks, 2 hours per week
Maarten van der Kamp
Director of Education
Professor at University of Torino
University of Turin
- Summarise the characteristics and benefits of the Mediterranean and Okinawa diets
- Identify health-related properties of foods central to the two diets
- Describe the importance of healthy food frequency consumption
- Design at least one simple healthy recipe of one of the course diets
- Reflect that there are many kinds of healthy diets and that these may be composed by using different foods and cultural approaches
- Scientific backgrounds of the Mediterranean and the Okinawa diets
- A deeper insight into each type of diet with regards to their healthy aspects
- Healthy source of proteins
- The secrets of carbohydrates and oils
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Issued on 12th September 2020
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