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Food as Medicine

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Food as Medicine

Monash University

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In this course, experts from Monash University dispel common myths about food, nutrition, and health while providing the skills needed to make informed decisions about your diet.

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Food as Medicine

by Monash University

Food as Medicine

Monash University

Overview

Today we are bombarded with massive amounts of information about food and health by the media, the internet, and governments. But with so much conflicting nutrition advice, how do we know what to believe?

Gary Williamson heads the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food at Monash University, while Melissa Adamski is a dietician and nutritionist. In this course, these experts answer key questions about nutrition and health, giving you the tools to evaluate nutrition information. From basic bodily functioning to disease prevention, Food as Medicine explains the importance of your diet and the quality of the food you eat for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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"When we consider food as medicine we will recommend sources of nutrient-rich foods that are good to include as components in a complex, diverse and healthy diet."

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