The food we eat, the beverages we drink and the nutrients we consume have a direct link to the culture, customs and beliefs we have inherited over the millennia. Our ancestors have designed different types of food and beverages keeping in view of the nutritional needs of people of different age groups such as growing children, youth, working class, pregnant and nursing mothers, the sick and the old.
All beverage choices matter and contribute to total calorie intake and hydration. Focusing on nutrient-dense beverages can help build healthy eating patterns. For example, milk provides many of the nutrients of concern in the American diet, including calcium, vitamin D, potassium and more.
In this course, we outline the importance and nutritive value of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
- Recall different types of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
- Preparation techniques of these beverages.
- Understand the nutritive value of tea, coffee, soups, vegetable juices, milk-based beverages and alcoholic beverages.
- Healthcare Professionals
- Restaurant/Bar Managers/Supervisors
- Learning Enthusiastic
Certificate will be awarded to all candidates upon completion of the course.