Learn how to be a healthy vegan or vegetarian in a holistic way for best health, weight, and wellbeing.
Eat Real Food takes you on a journey of creating a solid foundation for life to know what plant foods to eat and why.
What you choose to put on your plate and into your body each day plays one of the most important roles in creating your health, weight, energy, and wellbeing. Not only that, but today, what you choose to eat has a direct impact on our healthcare, environment, and entire society. We cast our vote most effectively for the kind of world we want to have by what we spend our money on and what we choose to eat. When you make the choice to eat whole plant foods, you are making the choice to not only help yourself, but help other humans, animals, and our entire Earth.
Eat Real Food is not a diet or a quick-fix, but a lifestyle and its success depends on a change in your perspective and habits.
Whether you are interested in reducing animal products, like meat, eggs, and dairy, or removing them completely from your diet, or looking to adopt a healthy vegan diet, this course will educate, inspire, and empower you to know how to eat right with confidence.
You will gain skills to know:
What foods make up a Whole Food, Plant-Based lifestyle diet
How to do groceries for wholesome plant foods
How different plant foods satisfy and benefit your nutritional needs
How to approach creating quick and easy, wholesome, plant-based meals
How to deal with concern foods like wheat, soy, oils, and sweeteners
How to eat in the best way possible beyond your home and kitchen
How to make the Whole Food, Plant-Based lifestyle successful and enjoyable
Eat Real Food liberates you from counting calories and obsessing about isolated nutrients; it teaches you to eat based on the intelligent design of whole plant foods!
This course teaches nutrition from a holistic perspective that focuses on the whole big picture, and NOT a narrow reductionist perspective that counts calories and isolated nutrients. You will learn how to focus on eating the right foods, instead of being distracted by trying to get individual nutrients.
The course provides 4 sections with over 4 hours of video content, as follows:
Section 1 - Introduction provides the basics of Whole Food, Plant-Based eating.
Section 2 - Foundation presents what whole plant foods to eat and why, and tips for incorporating them into your diet.
Section 3 - Application includes a practical summary of how you can approach Whole Food, Plant-Based eating in everyday life.
Section 4 - Quick Tips answers common questions about plant-based nutrition offers numerous tips to help you succeed and strengthen your understanding.
The course provides downloadable summary, activity, and handout sheets for most of the lessons, as well as numerous links to other helpful web resources, like educational articles and over 60 recipes and meal ideas.
NOTE: The "Eat Real Food" course does NOT focus on teaching plant-based cooking. If this is what you are looking for, then please refer to my course "Cook Real Food" here on Udemy. To best satisfy your expectations, please scan through the course curriculum to orient yourself with the topics covered and watch the free video lectures to determine if this is the right course for your current needs.
Harry is the director of the Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research and the Philip Bardes Professor of Accounting and Finance at New York University Stern School of Business. In his current position, Professor Lev teaches courses in accounting and financial analysis.
Professor Harry has been with NYU for seven years. His primary research areas of interest include corporate governance, earnings management, financial accounting, financial statement analysis; intangible assets/intellectual capital; capital markets; and mergers and acquisitions. Professor Lev is the author of several books including Intangibles: Management, Measurement, and Reporting, Financial Statement Analysis: A New Approach, and Accounting and Information Theory, and has published numerous articles in research publications including The Journal of Finance; Journal of Accounting Research; The Bell Journal of Economics; and The Accounting Review. Professor Lev has been recognized by Accounting Today as one of the top 100 Most Influential People in the accounting profession, and was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award by the American Accounting Association, as well as an honorary doctorate by Vasaa University, Finland, and numerous other awards. Professor Lev has testified several times before Congress on Enron and other accounting/auditing issues, and works with the SEC, FASB, and the European Union, as well as with major corporations.