I really enjoyed doing the course, Very elaborate and informative course. Things are simplified so much that anybody can understand the basics of nutrition which helps in making the wise food choices.
This course taught me a lot about the components of food! Processed and non-processed food which was the best food of all. I will be happy to spread this healthy dietary ways to my family and friends!
By Noa A•
it's a nice introduction, but doesn't give you much more than basic information
By Timo S•
Too Basic for me. No deeper Informations and a little bit too american focused.
By Linda W•
Too simplistic if you already have some knowledge about a healthy lifestyle
By Gonzalo G•
Muy básico, y si viste la serie Cooked de Netflix ya sabés todo.
By kyle H•
Good info but little to no content and I did not learn anything
By Chiara R•
Way to easy and too basic, can be completed in 1 or 2 hours.
By Cecile H•
I'd learned more since I check Harvard Health Blog so often.
By Gannon P•
The first week was the only one with useful information.
By juliana F•
very basic, I was expecting a more in depth approach.
this is not what i am expecting from Stanford....
By Rutuja C•
Not as per my expectations. But good eye opener!
By Elvira V•
Общеизвестная информация, мало нового
The food part I think is unnecessary
By Anna V D•
Very basic well known knowledge...
By Louise R•
It didn't teach me anything new
Created by Captain Obvious
By Yusuf M A•
Should have been longer.
By Deepak K•
Gaining few of knowledge
By José V d C•
Very basic knowledge
By Leyton S•
Not in depth enough
By Elena K A•
Not much content
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By Leah C•
I really am shocked to see that an institution of higher learning is teaching a course about health that talks about the BMI (Body Mass Index) number in its lessons. If you've studied health and nutrition you would know that a calculation that only takes in two factors (your height and your weight) is not an accurate or conclusive way to measure someone's health. It also plays a huge part in perpetuating fat phobia in the medical field. I am highly disappointed in this course and how outdated its definition of health is.