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Healthy Living - Revised

Learn about healthy eating, healthy living and gain a strong understanding of calories with this free online course.

Publisher: Walkgrove
This free online Healthy Living course will teach you how to become more aware of what you eat and drink and will help you follow a healthier lifestyle by helping you choose the best foods, put healthy eating into practice, and follow a regular exercise regime. You will also learn about calories and food energy, the dietary hazards of alcohol, and about reading food nutrition labels.
Healthy Living - Revised
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This free online Healthy Living course will first show you how to develop a balanced diet which gives your body the nutrients it needs to function correctly. These include fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, and lean proteins. You will then learn about calories, energy, and how to put healthy eating into practice. Next, you will learn about the 5-a-day campaign and the importance of eating fruit and vegetables.

Furthermore, you will study common beverages, their benefits and dangers to the body. Then, you will be learning about food consumption and the health issues that affect people when eating too much or too little. You will also learn how to understand the food labels which contain information on energy (usually referred to as calories) as well as the advantages of exercise and physical activity.

They say that the best gift you can give to your family and friends is a healthy you. This free online course is perfect for those who are serious about counting calories and keeping a balanced diet as well as for fitness coaches, personal trainers, and other professionals in the health and fitness industry. Enroll in this online course today and start learning about healthy living and healthy eating.

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