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Across the globe, more people are suffering from obesity than at any other time in our history. Why has obesity become so common and so challenging? In this course, we will look at the root cause of obesity, as explained by the latest science. We will see how our food environment has evolved over the last half-century, and how it is altering our biology to over-consume calories and resist sustained weight loss. We will also see how stress, a sedentary lifestyle, and inadequate sleep disrupt our appetite control system to promote gaining weight. By developing a better understanding of the physiology behind obesity, you will learn how to work with your body to prevent and manage weight gain. This course will also provide practical tools and strategies for creating a long-term, sustainable weight management plan to leverage your habits and your surroundings....

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25 mai 2020

The content and flow of the course are optimum and thought-provoking. The quizzes are designed with an inclination towards practical application, which helps one to apply the learnings from the week.

17 mai 2020

There is so much this course taught me about habits that I didn't even realize were unhealthy. A lot of information to take in and hopefully I change my lifestyle accordingly. Thank you so much!

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6 juin 2020

this course is very informative and this course helps me alot in my field and in my future career

par Loretta W

11 avr. 2020

pretty basic information. would be great for those who are new to diet, nutrition and exercise.

par Zola L B

8 févr. 2021

I wish at least one assignment was viewed by a professional and not only peers

par Ruth V

10 nov. 2020

very good, learned more about weight management and healthy eating and habits.

par Prachi M

23 mai 2020

Explain in detail about how different food affects our health physiologicaly.

par Bhakti S

9 juin 2020

Very good content of this course and it really useful for me for my startup.

par Luisa F D B

17 août 2020

I expected a more academic course but I is also a good course

par Ola R

3 mai 2020

It's too useful but contain too much articles

par Fatema A M H

30 juin 2020

It is useful and wonderful course.

par Abeer

26 sept. 2020

highly recommended!

par Jayprakash P

16 mars 2020

it was good course

par Dikshitha C

2 juin 2020

very informative

par sheetal i

5 sept. 2020

a great course

par Bablu P

4 nov. 2020

great course

par Gourav N

1 oct. 2020

Loved it

par Chrstine

1 juil. 2020

This course was mildly helpful in learning some names of the hormones and chemicals in the brain and body, but most was reinforcing what I already knew. Additionally I found it annoying that it required me to pay money to complete the final assessment of each unit or else the course wouldn't be counted as completed.

par Santiago R C

5 juin 2020

I find this course to be a good starting point, it has great ideas to implement in your daily life. However i wish it had more information on how to develop a diet. Also I was expecting more from the citations, they use a lot of newspaper articles and blogs instead of linking directly to the research papers.

par Nicole M

11 nov. 2019

Good emphasis on what is important! Quick and easy to follow along - I would have loved even more info :)

par Sarah A H

8 mai 2020

it will help understand the other reasons that affect the weight and how to deal with it

par dr.ahmed s

31 mars 2020

i need it completely free

par Ghazal A

31 oct. 2019

was very informative

par Ann M

9 déc. 2020

Good information why people gain weight - hormone control, stress, lack of exercise, poor sleep. However, the recommendations clearly promote vegetarianism and don't address the role animal products play in diets. Promoting items such as soy or almond milks, which often are sugar laden, while discouraging intake of real dairy products is one example. Lean meats provide much higher quality protein than plant sources. Lean meats have a place in a weight reduction plan, but this course highly discourages their consumption. It is a very biased course.

par Tahira K

14 nov. 2020

I enrolled in this course when I was free due to covid-19 but when i tried to submit the first assignment the system asked me to upgrade course for 45 dollars. come on! are they scamming