Nutrition Psychology; Food Choice and Eating Habits
Why is it that some foods have more appeal to us than others? Why are some foods harder to say ‘no’ to? And why is it so hard to change our eating habits? The course delves into the science and the psychology behind our eating habits to help make sense of why some habits die hard, and just how they came about in the first place. Understanding why we eat what we eat is essential knowledge to anyone who works in the area of health and/or nutrition.
Presented by Leanne Cooper
Leanne Cooper has studied extensively with a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Education), a Diploma in Nutrition, and finally post graduate certificates in both Higher Education and Human Nutrition. She started out in private practice specializing in sports nutrition for athletes and elite level teams while lecturing. Leanne then developed online courses which has seen the rise of Well College Global. Well College Global is now an international provider of Nutrition and Health training courses. As a published author of two books, most recently Change the Way You Eat, Leanne is passionate about a non-diet based approach to healthful eating and to community wellbeing.
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