Delve into the impacts of food choice
The food choices we make with every meal goes far beyond our own survival and comfort. Understanding the widespread impacts of our food choices is one of the first steps in addressing social and environmental issues.
On this four-week course, you’ll use evidence-based information to assess the impact of food choices on health, the environment, and the economy, and what we can do to mitigate these impacts.
With this knowledge, you’ll be able to unpack the psychology of food choice to gain a deeper understanding of eating behaviour and how to unlock behaviour change for healthier habits.
Explore how eating behaviour and consumer behaviour interlink
You’ll examine the important relationship between diet and health, and gain a theoretical and applied insight into factors that influence eating behaviour.
To deepen your understanding, you’ll also explore how the psychology of food choice applies to consumer behaviour. This will help you reflect on the role of the food and beverage sector on health, as well as environmental and economical issues.
Learn from the experts at Rowett Institute and the University of Aberdeen
By the end of this course from the University of Aberdeen, you’ll be able to describe key factors that influence food choice and eating behaviour.
Learning from the experts at the Rowett Institute, a market leader in online education in nutrition and health, you’ll finish the course with an in-depth understanding of the far-reaching impacts of food choice.
This course is designed for anyone interested in food and eating as a form of behaviour.
It will provide an opportunity for professional development within the food sector and to get up to speed with the latest industry knowledge.