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Foods and inflammation

Share your experiences with foods and inflammation, what you've have tried in the past, who you have received information from and what foods you eat.

Using foods to reduce inflammation is an area of nutrition that many are interested in; public, nutrition researchers and healthcare professionals alike.

We invite you to share your experiences regarding foods and inflammation by taking part in a survey. Please share with us:

  • what you have tried in the past
  • who you have received information from
  • what foods you commonly eat.

This gives us the opportunity to feedback to the group all your experiences and help give everyone the opportunity to share and discuss information about this exciting area of nutrition.

Share your experiences with foods and inflammation

Taking part in this survey is optional. All the information collected will be stored and handled according to Monash University’s Privacy Policy / T&C. Your participation has no effect on your course progress, marks or FutureLearn profile.

We now have a better understanding of what people know about nutrition, health, chronic disease and inflammation

We’re thrilled to share with you the published open access research paper that was informed by learner responses throughout previous runs of this course.

The paper is titled, Inflaming Public Interest: A Qualitative Study of Adult Learners’ Perceptions on Nutrition and Inflammation and it qualitatively explores learner perceptions and experiences of following diets believed to help manage inflammation.

Talking point

Now you know more about foods and inflammation are there any changes you’re planning to make?

Within the Comments, consider sharing with other learners your thoughts on the changes you’re planning to make to your diet.

We’ve compiled a list of foods with anti-inflammatory properties, that you can access from the Downloads section of this step. We hope you find it useful.

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