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The Power of Nutrition in Disease Prevention

Created in partnership with the Physicians Association for Nutrition, this presentation provides an in-depth look at the connection between our food choices and the most common chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, certain cancers, and Type 2 diabetes. Micro and macronutrients, their sources, and optimal levels of vitamins and minerals are also discussed.

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“The Power of Nutrition in Disease Prevention” is intended for audiences ages 18 and up with an interest in healthcare and medical practice. This content is currently offered in English using country-specific data for the United States.

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Our presentations are science-based and updated frequently with the latest data from well-respected and reputable organizations. We pride ourselves on providing only cited, factual, and unbiased information to encourage discussions surrounding the impact of food choices and to promote critical thinking about solutions to the health and environmental crises we face worldwide.

american heart association
american institute for cancer research
american diabetes association
the permanente medical group

We believe education is a right. Our presentations and additional educational resources are always free.


Our Audiences

The Educated Choices Program is an international organization offering educational resources in English, Spanish, and German. Our presentations have reached over 3 million individuals in 56 countries and territories and counting. Don't see your country highlighted below? Don't worry. No matter where you live, you can book our presentations at no cost 24/7. All you need is internet access.

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Our educational materials have been used in these 56 countries and territories so far: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, England, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Macao, Mauritius, Mexico, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Türkiye, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.

Reviews & Quotes

Our content has been well-received by millions of people worldwide. We are proud to be welcomed back year after year by teachers, community organizations, companies, and other groups that care about making a positive impact on our future.

"I did not realize how interconnected many of the issues discussed actually were." - Student, University of North Dakota

"I love ECP's presentation and I found it really interesting since the day my professor introduced it to my class. I found it so helpful for me to understand the whole concept/idea of the video better. I love how the slides are organized in a pretty way to bring us the best presentation." - Student, Highline College in Washington

"The most surprising thing was when I was in the video I saw that sugar is not the cause of diabetes fat is and also the meat make us sick and it is dangerous to eat more hours in our daily diet." - College Student

"This presentation is amazing" - Student, Highline College in Washington

“The most surprising thing I learned today was the influence of diet on diseases. It was a very good presentation.” - Student, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Academic Standards

Booking for your students? Educated Choices Program presentations support Academic Standards for Science, Social Studies, Food and Consumer Science, Health and Physical Education, Language/Arts, Advanced Academics/Gifted and College-prep courses. Click on the buttons below for country and grade level to review how ECP presentations support individual Academic Standards.

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