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The Health Sciences Academy

Brain and Food Decisions

4.9 eccellente 5 opinioni
The Health Sciences Academy
Online

43 
*Prezzo Orientativo
Importo originale in GBP:
£ 39

Informazioni importanti

Tipologia Short course
Metodologia Online
Ore di lezione 2h
  • Short course
  • Online
  • 2h
Descrizione

Power your knowledge with continuing education. Taught by scientists and PhDs.

How does our brain make food decisions? Who or what is to blame for our poor food choices? Could our subconscious be sabotaging our best efforts? How might we be able to convince our brains to make better decisions?

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Online
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Online

Opinioni

4.9
eccellente
Valutazione del corso
99%
Lo consiglia
4.8
eccellente
Valutazione del Centro

Opinioni sul corso

A
anca marcu
01/10/2018
Il meglio: I found this introductory course very useful and it has motivated me to learn more about nutrition and health.
Da migliorare: -
Corso realizzato: Ottobre 2018
Consiglieresti questo centro?:
P
Premagowri Balakrishna
03/06/2018
Il meglio: Health is a combination of physical, mental and social well being.
Da migliorare: -
Corso realizzato: Giugno 2018
Consiglieresti questo centro?:
K
Khatoon Alfaraj
25/04/2018
Il meglio: It’s a nice beginners course, highly recommended to everyone who is health conscious.
Da migliorare: -
Corso realizzato: Aprile 2018
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Healthy Eating
Nutrition
Food Technology
Health Visitor
Health Management
Health Administration
Health and Social Care
Food Science
Food Chemistry
Healthy Food
Food laboratory
Health Care
Healthy Lifestyle
Food Intolerance
Nutrition science
Nutrients
Health science
Food Diary
Nutritional Plan
Nutritional Genetics

Programma

Ready To Power Your Continuing Education?

To eat, or not to eat? And then, what or how much? These questions occupy your brain more often than you think. We delve into the neuroscience of healthy (or not so healthy) food choices… and what you can do about them, including the role of our brain in deciding what and how much we eat, and whether we can convince our brain to make better decisions!