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- You’ll finish this with a sense of empowerment – that your future health status is within your control, not due to outside forces.
- Basic PC or Mac computer skills.
People think that disease is caused by genetic predisposition, chemicals in the environment, bad luck, aging, and other factors outside of our control. These are all factors, but the good news is that the biggest contributors to disease development are things you can control – the diet and lifestyle choices you make. During this course Dr. Pam Popper Ph.D will review with you the scientific evidence concerning disease causation, and show you how you can have more control over your health outcomes. Dr. Pam Popper is a internationally renowned scientist and nutritionist, author of best selling books and featured in several NETFLIX documentaries such as Food Choices and Forks Over Knives.
There is a big difference between what people think causes disease and what actually does cause disease. In this course Dr. Pam will provide detailed information about various influences on health so that you can invest your time and energy in the ones that count the most. Diet and especially a plant based diet can make a significant difference in your health outcomes and Dr. Popper discusses this in depth. You’ll finish this with a sense of empowerment – that your future health status is within your control, not due to outside forces.
- People interested in exploring disease causation topics
In this segment Dr. Pam Popper introduces the topic of disease causation. Download the PDF attached and use it as a reference material during this course.
Several things are known for having an influence on disease. Many are out of our control. In this segment Dr. Popper focuses on the things we can do to improve our health and out lives.
There are several misconceptions about which diets are the best diets for humans. Dr. Popper tackles these questions and also discusses what people eat in the so called "Blue Zones", which are places in the world that have the highest life expectancies.