So lockdown means I finally completed this 1000 piece periodic table jigsaw - it’s all rock and roll here 🤘
I bought this at the beginning of my Biomed year back in 2013 to help me properly learn my periodic table. I’m not going to lie, learning nutrition for three years was a LOT more science-y than I ever could have imagined (or wanted) and was definitely a bit of a shock! Food was barely discussed until our second year 😬
But I’m so glad we were taught in this way, as I have an acute respect for the human body now, and I actually understand some of the processes involved in our physiology. This is important as a NT so we can make recommendations backed by science, not from the internet, not from a sensationalist BBC1 programme or because it said so in the Daily Mail!
Nutrition is complex and ever evolving and it really does depend on the person. It is not as black and white as people imagine. What is good for me might not be good for you. In this way it really is a giant jigsaw (see what I did there?!) so always take your nutritional advice from someone QUALIFIED and also hopefully someone who knows your particular history and circumstances.
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