ESSENTIALS OF NUTRITION
Sustainable Technology: Together LETS bring transformation to the nations!
This course provides an overview of the basic components of food; insights on food-related diseases; realistic perspectives on supplements, functional foods and additives; and unpacks biblical concepts about nutrition.
This course provides an overview of the basic components of food; insights on food-related diseases; realistic perspectives on supplements, functional foods and additives; and, unpacks biblical aspects of nutrition. It will also reveal the background of eating behavior and food related myths. In addition, this course will help to address hunger issues and broken systems of our society such as the food and drug industry. The intent of this course is to help people to find a personal way to eat after God’s heart, as well as to be better equipped for community catering and ministry in developing nations who’s people hunger for more than just food.
Grow it. Build It. Share it with others.
Get equipped in essential nutrition, natural farming, construction basics, aquaponics, water and sanitation technologies, permaculture design, renewable energy, and biblical-based community development principles. Get hands-on experience within YWAM Kona’s Natural Farm Training Center and Appropriate Technology Village.
Join us for one or more Sustainable Technology Seminars
Essentials of Nutrition February 4th – 17th, 2018
Aquaponics December 10th – 20th, 2017
Housing is limited for seminar participants, it will be on a space-available basis. Those attending full-time take priority.
Check out the upcoming…
“Food, Energy Water and Shelter School” (FEWS)
Coming April 2018 & April 2019
*Requires completion of a DTS and Outreach. See YWAM Kona website for more details.
Overview of the basic components of food
Insights on food-related diseases
Realistic perspectives on supplements, functional foods and additives
Biblical aspects of nutrition
Background of eating behavior and food related myths
Help to address hunger issues and broken systems of our society such as the food and drug industry
Practical aspects on eating healthy with a low budget and meal planning for community catering
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE NATIONS IS NOT ACCREDITED BY AN ACCREDITING AGENCY RECOGNIZED BY THE UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF EDUCATION. Admission to the University of the Nations (U of N) and any of its sponsored programs is open to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, and educationally unrelated handicaps. U of N reserves the right to change schedules and course offerings as deemed necessary.