6 MONTH ACCESS
The access to the platform and to the dictionary is given to the time period of 6 months, which is the right amount to go through the course.
ABOUT 350-400 EXERCISES
1 module includes 35-40 interactive exercises + the test: numerous vocabulary sections to explore the interactiveness of the course.
The best English level to start the course is B1.1/B2.1.The course is aimed at students and professionals within the fields of nutrition and dietetics.
Pass 8 out of 10 tests (72%) at the end of each module + final test at the end of the course to receive the certificate.
10 MODULES + CLINICAL CASE MODULE
COLORECTAL CANCER (CRC)
SPORT AND NUTRITION
DIET AND LONGEVITY
FOOD INTOLLERANCES AND ALLERGIES
NUTRITION IN NUEROLOGICAL DISORDERS
+ texts written by industry experts in dietetics and nutrition with medical graphics
+ compatible with dictionaries
+ recorded readings
The survival of CRC, as with other types of cancer, heavy relies on the stage and time of the diagnosis – the earlier the time of detection, the higher the chance of successful treatment. In terms of stage, it is important to know how far the tumor has grown into the intestinal wall, and if they are any regional spreads to local lymph nodes, and whether they are further spreads elsewhere (metastases).
useful and important words and expressions (W&E) by pressing you can move to our dictionary
collocations, useful combinations of words (C – for collocations)
words with prepositions (P – for prepositions)
Oily fish (salmon, mackerel, sardines, sea bass, tilapia, eel) is the source of omega 3 fatty acids which exhibit anti-inflammatory properties. They also contain vitamin D which promotes cell differentiation, improves calcium absorption, decreases cancer cell growth, stimulates apoptosis and, last but not least, inhibits angiogenesis. It is recommended to eat 1-2 portions of oily fish per week. Some vegetable oils, nuts and seeds are also a significant source of omega 3 fatty acids (flaxseed oil and canola oil, walnuts, flaxseeds).
+ drag and drop exercises
+ word formation tables
+ collocation and visual aids
+ food and medical sections
Drag and drop the following words
to make the right collocations.
+ diagnosing symptoms and consequences of the condition
+ dietary and nutritional status assessment; evaluating laboratory results parameters
+ giving dietary and lifestyle recommendations
+ expert’s advice
READ THE LABORATORY RESULTS OF
MR. ADAMS AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW:
1. WHICH OF THE PARAMETERS MAY BE THE MAIN INDICATORS OF MALNUTRITION?
a) PREALBUMIN AND ALBUMIN
b) HEMOGLOBIN AND RBC
c) IRON AND FOLATE
TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SARCOPENIC OBESITY TICK THE MISTAKES IN MRS REYNOLODS’ DIETARY RECORD:
EXPERTS AND PATIENTS INTERVIEWS
+ recorded by Native Speakers in the USA or Great Britain; worldwide experts interviews
+ clinical dietitians conducting dietary counseling with patients
+ counseling between dietitians
Watch the following interview with Dr Glen Davison (University of Kent). Answer the following questions. Mark all the correct actions mentioned during the interview that prevent the gastrointestinal symptoms during physical activity:
+ recorded pronunciation
+ explanation English to English
+ example sentences
+ possible word formation of the given word
+ translation into Polish; German and Spanish coming soon