How do I know the course information is accurate and evidence based?
A 3rd-party board of health professionals — including a doctor and dietitians — reviewed the entire course for scientific accuracy. Citations are used throughout the course to reference the appropriate studies and supporting scientific research. Additionally, the course was created by trained and board-certified professionals — including doctors and Registered Dietitian Nutritionists.
Does this course count for continuing education?
Yes! This course counts for 35 CEUs or CMEs.
Are there any extra requirements — besides taking the course — to earn CEUs or CMEs?
Yes! There is a final exam, which you must pass to qualify for CEUs or CMEs.
What if I have questions during the course?
The course instructors are available to answer questions via email.
Is this course only helpful for guiding plant-based patients and families?
This course is helpful for supporting any patient or family in adopting a healthy dietary pattern. Although a plant-predominant approach is recommended by leading health authorities, this course provides nutritional guidance applicable to families following many different eating patterns from vegan and vegetarian to flexitarian and omnivorous.
Will this course provide specific information on vegan and vegetarian diets?
Whether for health, environmental, or ethical reasons, more and more families are choosing to follow plant-predominant and plant-exclusive diets. We provide specific information on these dietary patterns and how to avoid nutritional shortfalls.
What if I don’t like the course once I buy it?
We want you to be completely satisfied. We offer a 14-day refund policy if the course doesn’t meet your expectations.
Do classes take place on a certain day or time?
No, this course is completely self paced. You can take it at whatever times are most convenient for you.
Can I only access the course for a limited time?
When you purchase this course, you get unlimited access to it, as long as it’s hosted online.