Real food for Real People: Nutrition Success for Life will teach you all you need to know about nutrition, for real people. You will learn about the science behind how much and what to eat for your own personal goals, how to read nutrition labels, what is in certain foods, and how to correlate this all back to your own requirements. The learnings in this course will enable you to get full control of your nutrition once and for all, and set you up with the knowledge required to achieve long term success with no gimmicks or quick fixes, just real, delicious food. This course is a combination of video and supporting documents with further information, as well as multi-choice quizzes throughout to ensure you understand the content, so you can then take further action once complete. After course support is also provided so there is no excuse for not sticking to this and finally living the healthy, balanced lifestyle you desire.
A Quick Intro To The Course, And What You Should Expect To Get Out Of It.
What We Will Cover In This Course - Nutrition Myths, Reading Nutrition Labels, Macronutrients, Calories, Requirements, Food, What Is In The Foods We Eat. How To Include Delicious Food And Have A Balanced Lifestyle And Still Get Results. Realistic Goals And After Course Support.
At The End Of This You Will Have A Clear Understanding Of Why Short Term Diets Are Never Going To Give You The Results You Need. Explanation Of The Diet "cycle" And Why It Is A Clear Set Up For Failure, And Why Many Have Failed With "diets" In The Past.
The Truth About Common Nutrition Myths Such As Meal Timing And "stoking The Metabolic Fire" A Look At Some Recent Studies And Articles. Recommendations On Who To Follow When It Comes To Accurate, Unbiased Nutrition Information.
Learn About Macronutrients - Protein, Fat And Carb, And Why They Are Important As Part Of A Balanced Diet. Learn About The Different Roles Macronutrients Play In The Body, And How They Can Affect Performance And Body Composition. Also Learn About The Importance Of Fibre, And Which Foods Contain Fibre And Other Macronutrients.
Questions To Confirm Your Knowledge Of Macronutrients.
At The End Of This Lecture You Will Have A Clear Understanding Of How Calories Are Made Up, And Why Calories Are The Key To Managing Your Weight Long Term. Learn About BMR, NEAT And TDEE And Why They Are Important.
Multiple Choice Questions To Confirm Your Understanding Of Calories.
At The End Of This Lecture You Will Be Able To Manually Calculate Your Own Calorie Requirements (based On Your Current Composition, Goals, Activity Levels, Gender Etc) And Also Be Able To Help Others Calculate Theirs Based On Their Needs.
Some Questions To Double Check You Have Your Numbers Right!
Check Your Knowledge On How To Convert Your Daily Calorie Targets In To Macronutrient Targets.
Learn How To Track Accurately, And How To Look At Nutrition Labels And Correlate This Back To Your Own Personal Requirements.
Continuing On From The Previous Lecture - Meal Examples, Break Down Of What Is In Certain Foods. Ideas For Different Meals And How To Tie This Altogether And Work It Back In To Your Own Numbers.
Following On From The Previous Two Videos - Going Through More Meal Examples And Options, What Makes Up Certain Foods, And Different Meal Ideas. Getting Creative In The Kitchen!
Some Of My Own Recipes, Specifically Using Protein Powder. At The End Of This Lecture You Will Be Comfortable Adding Protein Powder In To Your Baking And Have Some Creative Ideas For Some Yummy New Recipes. As Well As Some Examples Of Quick Easy Meals You Can Make Yourself.
Learn The Importance Of Setting Realistic Goals, And Breaking These Down In To Daily Achievable Tasks. At The End Of This Lecture You Will Have A Clear Idea Of How To Create Habits For Long Term Success. Information About Support After The Course, And The Help And Accountability Needed In Order To Reach Your Goals.
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