Yes, the blog’s title is really true! In a course in the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science, we had an outdoor class. Interesting, isn’t it? See the feature image above as a proof 🙂 The outdoor activity was the part of the third course. The title of the course was Diet, Physical Activity, and Fitness:… Read More Experiencing an outdoor class in Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science
As climate change movement is happening in almost all over the world, many people start to be more aware on climate issues. One of the issues is about choosing climate-friendly food! When talking about this kind of food, meat might be the one that we want to avoid. I got this insight in more detail… Read More Eating 100 gram of protein from beef = Contribution to 20 kg Carbon Dioxide equivalent
Some people eat a lot but stay slim, while other people gain much weight no matter how little they eat. Why does it so? The difference in our genetics could be the answer! This thing is one small part I learned from my second course: Diet and health – Molecular and genetic mechanisms. Oh no!… Read More Why do some people eat a lot but stay slim? – Review of the second course
During this one-year programme, we have five courses with various interesting activities. Are you curious about them? Or maybe you are wondering if the programme will meet your expectations? Now I am on my third course, but I am also doing my project degree (which is actually the last course) earlier. So now I am… Read More What is inside the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science?
Do you want to pursue a degree in nutrition science and start to think which university you would like to apply for? Here is my 6 top reasons why the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science at KI is the one that you may consider. 1. It is “only” a-year programme! In fact, it is not… Read More The 6 top reasons why the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science at KI is different
Hello everybody! I bet you have already seen the introductory posts from the new Nutrition MSc blogger 2019/2020 @resthieputri – honestly, I can’t wait to read her impressions about the Programme that I personally I enjoyed so much! ❤ And while we wait for Reshtie’s blogging masterpieces, let me give you a short “wrap-up” of my… Read More Time to age, time to change: my last post as a Nutrition Science blogger!
KI as an institution is well-known for its wide variety of educational, scientific, entrepreneurial and other kinds of conferences and events that occur with different frequencies (yearly, monthly or even weekly!). However, the event that I am going to write about today turned up to be the very first of such kind 🙂 KI Sustainability… Read More The very first KI Sustainability Day 2019!
Even the ancient Roman doctors believed, that is is easier to stop something bad from happening to a human being rather than trying to “fix” the consequences of the arising problem later on. This is the concept that we, master students in Nutrition Science Programme at KI, had to think about quite a lot in this course, too. … After… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: “Prevention is better than cure” aka course in eHealth, mHealth & interventions (Part 4)
Part 3 out of 4 – we are getting there! Hello there! Wondering about the life of a master nutrition student at KI in November-December? You shall look no further! Here comes the detailed (and hopefully fun!) review of the third course of the Master’s Programme in Nutrition Science called “Diet, physical activity and fitness –… Read More Master’s in Nutrition Science: What makes the research in nutrition & physical activity so tricky? (Part 3)
On Sunday 9th of December, some KI Students (incl. the author of this blog post) had the chance to attend the Nobel Week Dialogue, a full-day event that is a part of the official Nobel Week Programme. The event took place in the impressive venue – Stockholm City Conference Centre – and was free of… Read More Nobel Week Dialogue: Water Matters