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Earn your Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate

In a few short weeks arm yourself with the knowledge you need to improve your overall health, learn new skills, or even inspire a career change. In our online, video-based courses, you'll learn from over 20+ leading experts on topics that include:

  • The science behind a plant-based diet
  • The role nutrition plays in chronic disease
  • How to implement whole food, plant-based meals
  • The impact of food production on the environment
  • Trend diets, including gluten-free, low-carb, paleo, keto, etc.
  • How government and industry can affect dietary choices
  • Common topics of concern to athletes such as protein consumption

This program is offered in partnership with renowned online education provider, eCornell. eCornell, Cornell University’s online learning platform, provides online professional and executive development to students around the world. They offer more than 60 award-winning professional certificate programs in a wide variety of disciplines.

LENGTH: 6 weeks
EFFORT: 5-7 hrs/week
FORMAT: Instructor led
ACCESS: 24/7 online
SCHEDULE: Self-paced

Who should enroll?

These courses are designed for individuals seeking to improve their own personal health, as well as chefs, teachers, fitness trainers, entrepreneurs, healthcare professionals and more, who want to enhance their nutrition skills and education.

What Our Graduates Say

"Since I started the course I lost a significant amount of weight. I can’t recommend it to enough people and I would take it over again in a heartbeat."

Dustin Davis

Middle School Teacher

"Overall the entire experience has been a wonderful blessing in my life and the lives of others."

Nina Gheihman

PhD Candidate at Harvard University

"I feel like I have more confidence in talking about evidence-based nutrition... It's a fantastic program."

Teresa Gleason

Personal Trainer/Fitness Instructor

Ready to get started?

Classes start every 2 weeks.

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