In this course, we’ll look at the facts and misconceptions around obesity and discuss key physiological and psychological concepts around the brain’s control of appetite and body weight. We’ll consider the biological and environmental pressures that make it easy to gain weight (and hard to lose it!). Most importantly, we'll give you the opportunity to reflect on your own knowledge and assumptions around the subject.
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Course was great, but it was unfortunate many sections where blocked therefore,I took so long to complete it
this is very good course, helped me think about well being not just health. hope to see more courses from the Mr Menzies. thanks!
Covers the neurological and psychological aspects which lead to obesity and often overlooked.
Fantastic! Well laid out and insightful. Can't wait for another Level or Specialization to be added for this course.