COMPETITION: Win Place On T. Colin Campbell Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Course At eCornell

The program, which has been described as revolutionary, teaches how a vegan diet can help prevent and even reverse some diseases
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The course will help you understand the importance of diet and nutrition (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

Plant Based News has partnered top online learning institute eCornell to give away a place on one of its courses worth more than $1,100.

The Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate course, which is headed up by T. Colin Campbell, is offered online - meaning you can do it from anywhere in the world.

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The Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate offered in partnership with renowned online educator eCornell is a revolutionary online program that will help you understand the importance of diet and nutrition for your life.

Video presentations with over 20 experts' research and perspectives are provided to emphasize why following a plant-based diet and lifestyle is optimal for health - including the prevention and reversal of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

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The competition coincides with a new PBN YouTube video series, which will feature more than 30 plant-based doctors.

The series was created in association with T. Colin Campbell, Switch4Good, UK Plant-Based Health Professionals, the Physicians Committee, Blue Horizon, and the Plantrician Project.

You can watch the videos by visiting Plant Based News' YouTube channel here

You can enter the competition by signing up here

The competition closes on February 16.

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