ITHAQUE, NY, October 9, 2018 / PRNewswire / – The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutritional Studies (CNS) is proud to announce the launch of our redesigned website, available in English and Spanish.
Features of the new website include:
- 7 Day Herbal Free Kickstart – Receive a daily email with recipes, educational videos and more. This program is for anyone trying to be healthy, lose weight, or learn more about the complete diet and plant-based lifestyle.
- Complete foods, herbal guide – The most popular section of our site is now easier to read and optimized for mobile. We’ve added new resources and a helpful FAQ section!
- Plant Nutrition Certificate – The cornerstone of our educational offerings. This 6-week online program in partnership with eCornell offers lectures from over 20 experts. Our program offers students the opportunity to examine historical and contemporary research and learn the steps for practical application.
- Article topics and filtering – Our more than 500 articles are now classified by subject with tags and an A to Z list to make finding articles even easier. Topics include illness, environment, family and children, fitness and athletics, practical advice, nutrition science, psychology and social issues, success stories and weight loss .
- Filtering recipes and dietary requirements – Easily search hundreds of recipes by meal type, with selectors for Gluten Free, Soy Free, Nut Free, Low Sugar or Raw. All recipes are whole foods, plant based.
- Cooking Tips – Learn new tips and techniques to improve your herbal cooking.
âOur website has always been an important source of information on the vast benefits of whole foods, plant-based nutrition and how to implement a WFPB lifestyle,â said CNS Executive Director , Jenny miller. âThe redesigned site now offers richer online content and a host of impactful upgrades. “
We invite you to explore the new nutritionstudies.org.
The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote optimal nutrition through evidence-based education, advocacy and research. science. The CNS seeks to empower all members of the public by improving personal, public and environmental health. Resources include articles, recipes, newsletters, kickstart and online certificate in herbal nutrition in partnership with eCornell.
SOURCE T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies