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Nutrition Psychology: Food Choice and Eating Habits - CADENCE HEALTH

Nutrition Psychology: Food Choice and Eating Habits - CADENCE HEALTH

$270 Limited inc GST
Nutrition Psychology: Food Choice and Eating Habits - CADENCE HEALTH

<p><h4>Nutrition Psychology: Food Choice and Eating Habits – Distance Education Course presented by CADENCE HEALTH</h4> </p><p>This is the course everyone’s talking about and can’t get enough of! ‘

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Self paced
Approximately 15 hours
2017-12-14 2017-12-14
Venue TBA
$270 Limited inc GST
$270 Limited inc GST

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Nutrition Psychology: Food Choice and Eating Habits – Distance Education Course presented by CADENCE HEALTH

This is the course everyone’s talking about and can’t get enough of! ‘Nothing else like it anywhere!’ Why is it that some foods have more appeal to us than others? Why are some foods harder to say ‘no’ to? And why is it so hard to change our eating habits? The course delves into the science and the psychology behind our eating habits to help make sense of why some habits die hard, and just how they came about in the first place. Understanding why we eat what we eat is essential knowledge to anyone who works in the area of health and nutrition. Also ideal for those working in the nutrition, fitness or weight-loss industries. Creating eating plans for others will be most effectively done if you hold a thorough understanding of food psychology. Why not Get Started Now. This subject is an elective in the Certificate of Nutrition & Health Coaching program... why not change lives!

Distance Education Course

  • No attendance required.
  • No opening or closing date.
  • Enrolments accepted at any time.
  • Approved for CECs and CPEs.
  • This Distance Education course is presented by CADENCE HEALTH.

Duration and Accreditation

All students receive a Certificate of Attainment with relevant accrediting logos

  • Fitness Australia 15 CECs – You must be registered Personal Trainer in order to attain these CECs (the CECs will be amend to 14 CECs as of 1 October 2015)
  • Physical Activity Australia: Approximate conversion of 9-15 CECs to PDPs = 3 PDPs
  • 16 CPE points from ATMS
  • CPE points from ANTA
  • May be eligible for PME points (AAMT)
  • NHAA may be applicable upon request to your registering body

Mode of study, Fees and Getting Started

Blended program of printed text (forwarded by post with your Welcome Pack from our Sydney office), supported with online facilities and resources, online assessment, and certificate
$270 with a discount for two or more students

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the course
  • Introduction to food psychology
  • Theoretical models of food choice
  • Why are models important?
  • The Furst model of food choice
  • The influence of factors such as Life course; Influences; Personal systems; Value negotiations; Strategies

Models in health
Commonly used models in health initiatives

  • Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB)
  • Health Belief Model (HBM)
  • Other models
  • Public health strategies
  • Understanding the consumer
  • Market segments
  • The effect of values on consumer behaviour
  • Internal factors of taste and food regulation
  • Development of taste preferences
  • Taste physiology
  • Taste sensitivity
  • Changes with age
  • Development of sweet taste
  • Food intake regulation
  • Nutrient effects on intake and behaviour
  • Sensory-specific satiety (SSS)
  • Food choices and preferences
  • Liking and wanting are different
  • When do taste preferences start?
  • Preference for salty foods
  • Development of the preference for fatty foods
  • The influence of 'good-tasting food'
  • Learning and its effect on food choice
  • How learning happens
  • Flavour-consequence learning
  • The post-ingestive effects of food
  • Unlearning habits
  • Influence on eating habits
  • Eating as an automatic behaviour
  • Inhibition of the desire to overeat
  • The effect of effort on food intake
  • The effect of repetition of food and variety
  • Media, marketing and labelling
  • Does marketing matter?
  • The importance of branding to product success
  • The effect of advertising on eating
  • Special topic: children and food advertising on television
  • How much advertising are kids exposed to?
  • Update on the number of junk food adverts during children’s TV
  • Food labelling and its impact on consumption
  • Food labels: do they have an effect?
  • Packaging messages
  • Health claims
  • The example of sodium
  • Logos and endorsements on food products
  • Eating, personality and motivational states
  • Emotional influences on food choice
  • Impulse, inhibition, eating restraint and intake
  • The influence of stress and coping
  • Decision-making styles
  • The example of health campaigns
  • Personal factors in weight control
  • The Big 5; Personality and weight
  • Why weight loss efforts falling short
  • Motivation and weight control
*The relevance of Locus of Control (LOC)
  • Emotional response to experiences by locus of control
  • How to develop an internal locus of control
  • Making changes