very useful and practical course.. it boosts my positive energy to cook more and more in healthy way for my baby coz much love=much healthy.. It inspired me, it's very simple , easy and very healthy..
Amazing how much I learned watching videos with all the exact words. Not only about nutrition, but about our planet and how to take care of it. Also very inspiring for having ideas for foods for kids.
by Alicia S A•
Very good course but I think you need to update it, do not use processed products, and replace them with healthier products, such as the type of salt, the type of sweetener, the type of oil, the type of flour, etc. .
by Claudia L•
Es un curso muy útil para quienes decidimos lo que comen nuestros niños. Sin embargo esta mucho mas orientado hacia personas que viven en EUA (aun cuando muchos de los temas son parte de la problemática global).
by Meg W•
Too simple for what I was looking for. Wanted more detail on specific day-to-day routines/ for weaning from breast milk to solids, including learning the nutritional basis for recommendations. Then also m
by Deleted A•
The course was pretty informative and stressed on the basics and fun of cooking.But i found it to be a little repetitive through the weeks and also more technical information could have been shared.
by Jeroen v d B•
Good and clear content. A bit from an American point of view... I missed some in depth explanation (like the class of the nerv-system or the Glycemic index). Overall easy to watch and good lessons.
by Berenice J S V•
Loved the course, would take a continuation if available. Little basic but with enough info. Great ideas for cooking. Felt it was too based in USA information and some was not really conclusive.
by Amanda C L•
I think it is a good class for parents and guardians that are middle or upper-class. I feel like it doesn't do enough to address the challenges lower families may face when food planning.
by Tamara M•
There are some nice cooking tips, but this is targeted to very young students/parents with no cooking experience, and I expected more than general information on food impacts on children.
by Latika G•
A very good course. I would appreciate if the context of the course could be GLOBAL instead of US Centric. Since I am an Indian, I found many references non-relevant to our culture.
by Dora D•
Nice course about eating suggestions and good recipes
It could be useful giving details on how making a diet for children, with information about calories they need and so on
by Grischa L•
An OK course for parents who are absolutely new to cooking. If you have a reasonable background, it does not teach you a lot. Furthermore, it's a bit too US-focused.
by Nuria G C•
Presentation is entertaining and easy to follow, as well as original, but expected increased deepness of contents and complexity of recipes.
by M J A•
Good and well explained course for layman. If one is already into healthy eating and cooking then there is very limited new info in it.
by Rashmirekha P•
I really enjoy the food preparation and the important facts about our body, about our food intake habits. thank u a lot Maya.
by M C M•
Some interesting info and some common sense data. Too short videos. but its a good starting course in food helath
by Amber M•
The course seems like it would benefit parents but does not do much for a nutrition health professional.
by Jennie M•
Simplistic. But so easy for anyone to watch and learn. I wish more people would take this course.
learned something, but not as much as i expected. hope to add more nutrition knowledge.
by Lauren B•
Good information, a bit basic though. I would've enjoyed a more in depth course.
by Henrique A A•
Very basic, I expected a more scientific and clinical class from Stanford.
by Kimberley G•
Informative and basic...would have liked to have gone into more detail.
by Ajmath N•
Best course but how to see my certificate then I will review it again
by James G•
Good overall course, basic and got me interested in cooking again!
by Maria D A C•
Nice and clear course, but the level is not university level...