Sneak Preview: Make Vegetables More Appealing!

 

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...

  1. 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.
  2. Describe the flavors of and culinary uses for said vegetables, sharing ways to make it easier to select, store, prepare, and eat each one.
  3. Be able to prepare a wide variety of recipes that feature vegetables for presentations, cooking demonstrations, and counseling sessions.
  4. Discuss practical ways for their audience to increase their consumption of  vegetables, exploring kitchen hacks and meal planning tips.
  5. 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 you can sign up today to take the class once it's ready! Don't miss the other fantastic educator resources in the online school!

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.

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