My team and I are working on a special new course for the Food and Health Online School.
It's not done yet, but I just couldn't wait another minute to show you a preview!
Building a Plant-Based Eating Pattern: Vegetables is the first in a new series about creating an eating pattern that is rich in healthful plants. Chock-full of engaging videos, memorable handouts, and more balanced recipes than you can imagine, this course is perfect for all kinds of educators.
Here's a list of the course's objectives...
Upon completion of this course, the educator will be able to...
- Explain the health impact of a variety of vegetables, especially as their nutrients relate to chronic diseases like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.
- Describe the flavors of and culinary uses for said vegetables, sharing ways to make it easier to select, store, prepare, and eat each one.
- Be able to prepare a wide variety of recipes that feature vegetables for presentations, cooking demonstrations, and counseling sessions.
- Discuss practical ways for their audience to increase their consumption of vegetables, exploring kitchen hacks and meal planning tips.
- Share recipes, infographics, handouts, and videos about vegetables with their clients.
And heres a sneak peek at one of the brand-new videos that we prepared for the course! I hope you like it!
If this video was useful for you, please don't hesitate to share it with your clients.
And here are some other engaging vegetable resources...
Since I really can't resist sharing these previews, there's another sneak peek at this course in the member-exclusive post Leafy Greens: A Closer Look.