Are you trying to eat more vegetables but finding it a struggle?
Do you wish you could learn how to make eating vegetables more enjoyable?
How would you like to wake up to a day when you love vegetables? When you and the people you cook for can’t wait to eat them?
Many people are aware that vegetables are good for health, yet incorporating more vegetables can be a challenge. This course is unique in being designed by education experts to help you understand what works and doesn’t work for you and to identify for yourself the changes that you want to make.
Build Your Knowledge around Your Motivations and Barriers to Eating and Enjoying Vegetables and Make Some Positive Changes
Learn about how vegetables support optimal health, wellness and vitality
Explore your motivations and barriers to change
Gain ideas for eating more vegetables
Work through examples and make practical changes
Explore tips for incorporating more vegetables into your diet and identify practical and enjoyable ideas that are right for you.
Content and overview
Suitable for anyone who wants to increase their vegetable intake, this course consists of 20 lectures and a workbook to equip you to make changes that work for you.
By the end of this course you'll know the exact steps to take - for you and your family - to eat and enjoy a greater variety of vegetables.
- You will learn how to shift your perceptions and beliefs about vegetables
- Understand how to use colours as clues when choosing different vegetables
- Discover tips from the health professionals on how they make eating vegetables fun and enjoyable
- Learn about the role vegetables play in supporting your energy levels
- How to get more value from vegetables
- Hear about the mindful eating approach
- Get tips and inspirations on how to make vegetables taste great
- And much more
A brief welcome message and an overview of what this course will offer.
A brief outline of how to use material in this course to your best advantage. Included here is also a downloadable Workbook.
- Computer with an Internet connection.
- PDF reading software, such as free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
- Have an open mind and motivation to put ideas into practice.
- A strong desire to eat and enjoy a greater variety of vegetables.
- At the end of our course, students will be able to confidently and easily incorporate more vegetables into their diet.
The Institute for Optimum Nutrition is an independent, not for profit educational charity. Our Mission is to educate and enthuse, instilling Optimum Nutrition as the foundation of health for all. Our principal aim is to further the knowledge and practice of Optimum Nutrition.
Through all our activities we promote the principles of optimum nutrition as complementary to orthodox medicine, focusing on prevention of disorders through healthy eating and reducing reliance on remedial medicine.
Through our work we can increase awareness and provide evidenced based information to the public on the benefits of nutrition to health and wellbeing.
Established over thirty years ago, ION is one of the most respected training bodies and health information resources of its kind in the UK. ION is a member of the Nutritional Therapy Council's Training Providers Forum and London Excellence.
Katie Sheen, FdSc, DipION, PGCE, MA. Education and the Institute for Optimum Nutrition
Katie a highly qualified and experienced Nutritional Therapist and Educator, with a successful business helping people make positive nutritional change. She trained at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION) over 10 years ago and has developed a suite of Udemy courses with them. These courses benefit from their huge wealth of nutrition education experience, credibility and strong reputation. ION is one of the longest established providers of nutritional therapy education in UK and Europe, having trained thousands of students since its founding in 1984. At any one time, over 350 students are studying on ION’s contact and online diploma and their feeder courses. ION also engages in nutrition education for the public and qualified practitioners, with a quarterly magazine distributed to over 12,000 sites; a monthly newsletter to 27,000 recipients and 600 people annually attending its food education and practitioner training days. ION also has a thriving clinic, supporting clients with their specific health needs.