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The Health Sciences Academy

Food Science

5.0 excellent 6 opinions
The Health Sciences Academy
Online

Rs 10,661
*Guide price
Original amount in GBP:
£ 117

Important information

Typology Short course
Methodology Online
Class hours 6h
  • Short course
  • Online
  • 6h
Description

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

Fish: How much is too much? Frozen vs fresh: which vegetables are healthier? Is organic meat worth its price?

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Where and when
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Online
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Online

Opinions

5.0
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Course rating
99%
Recommended
4.8
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Centre rating

Reviews on this course

K
Kim
12/06/2018
What I would highlight: A great start to something big. The course provides clear facts and information that can be absorbed easily. The information in such a small maount of time is amazing.
What could be improved:
Course taken: June 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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Nicola Campbell
05/10/2018
What I would highlight: The course gave fantastic insight on food. Jamie Oliver has been an inspiration.
What could be improved:
Course taken: October 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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Debbie Ingram
02/04/2018
What I would highlight: I feel the course has beautifully utilised the time which I spent on it and provided enough knowledge.
What could be improved:
Course taken: April 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
J
Jasmin
02/06/2018
What I would highlight: Nice starter course which inspired me to look for the further course.
What could be improved:
Course taken: June 2018
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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Scott Pirie
01/06/2017
What I would highlight: Enchanced my knowledge and understanding about health in this course.
What could be improved:
Course taken: June 2017
Would you recommend this centre?: yes
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What you'll learn on the course

Healthy Eating
Nutrition
Health Management
Health Administration
Diet and nutrition
Food Science
Healthy Food
Diet and nutrition control
Healthy Lifestyle
Food Intolerance
Dietary supplements
Nutrition science
Food allergy
Nutrients
Health science
Food Diary
Diet Recommendations
Nutritional Plan
Nutrition for Cancer Prevention
Nutritional Genetics

Course programme

Ready To Power Your Continuing Education?

Learn about how freezing can affect the nutritional value of food, to the truth about organic meat!

Contains the following Continuing Education modules:

  • Fish Intake Limits
  • Fresh vs Frozen Vegetable Analysis
  • Organic Meat Economics 

Fish Intake Limits

Fish is simultaneously touted as both a brain-boosting superfood and something full of deadly environmental toxins. So, what’s the truth behind this fishy conundrum? We delve into the science to find out.

In this module you will learn…

  • The benefits and risks of eating fish
  • Whether some species carry a higher risk than others 
  • The pros and cons of eating farmed vs wild fish
  • How much fish is safe to eat, and how much is too much

Fresh vs Frozen Vegetable Analysis

Is fresh always better, or does freezing lock in goodness? We’ve been investigating the nutritional properties of fresh and frozen vegetables, and put them head to head for you in this comprehensive module.

In this module you will learn…

  • Whether fresh or frozen vegetables are best 
  • How “fresh” frozen vegetables are 
  • If fresh vegetables are as vitamin-rich as we think How frozen fruits are treated and what we should be checking their label for

Organic Meat Economics

What exactly is different about the properties of organic meat? Organic meat is often thought of as being healthier and better for us, so in this module we examine whether the science, and the law, really live up to this good reputation.

In this module you will learn…

  • Whether organic meat is really worth its price 
  • The differences between organic and non-organic meat 
  • Whether “organic” means the same thing in every country
  • Which farm animals are given antibiotics or hormones and why
  • If organic produce is truly “chemical-free”
  • The key regulatory differences between Europe and the US when it comes to organic meat