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This course will provide information on what Ayurveda says about food, in terms of its classification and application to daily dietary habits. Where opportune, these will be discussed in the context of modern nutritional concepts.
Ayurveda dietetics are for the individual, based on each one’s personality, local context and age. We will provide an overview of the philosophy to understand this individuality, and a primer on how to use it to design a diet. This course will introduce you to the Sanskrit terms and classification system for food. It is only suitable for those who have little or no knowledge of Ayurveda, and wish to expand their theoretical foundations.
This course is completely online and it is the responsibility of the participant to ensure adequate internet connection for participation. You will be provided with a handout that covers selected information and will be expected to make your own notes during the class. These are live sessions and are not being recorded.
Anyone with high school biology knowledge. This round is designed for working professionals who have an interest in food and nutrition. Please note that a separate subsidised course will be held for students of food, nutrition and dietetics in September.
Thursday, 6 August 2020 – Sunday, 9 August 2020
Each participant will be given a letter confirming their attendance of the workshop along with the syllabus. To qualify for the letter, a participant must have 100% attendance and submit the two assignments within the prescribed times.
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