deciphering food labels
“The first supermarket appeared on the American landscape in 1946. Until then, where did all our food come from?
It was in our homes, gardens, local fields and forests, it was in the pantry, the cellar and the backyard.” – Joe Salatin .
Intrigued to find out how our food has gone from home grown to lab grown? Watch our Deciphering Food Labels Webinar to find out more.
What is in our food?
Star ratings, health claims, lab made ingredients and everything in between. Our Deciphering Food Labels Webinar breaks down the real truth behind what is in our food.
What to know more?
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Based on the vitalistic philosophy of food and nutrition, The Nutrition Academy courses provide students with extensive knowledge and understanding of past and current nutritional trends that influence health and wellbeing.
The courses aim to simplify the complexity of food and nutrition in order to empower individuals to influence and effect sustained and holistic change in their own life and the lives of those around them.
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