University Offers Vegan Class

A Michigan university will be offering a plant-based diet course focusing on veganism’s health benefits.


This year, Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., will be launching a professional development course about veganism in its school of nursing. The seven-week online class, titled “A Lifestyle Change to Improve Health: The Vegan Diet” will commence this September, and enrollment is open to the public as well as students and nurses. According to the online course description, students will learn about plant-based cooking and how veganism can prevent chronic illnesses, encourage weight loss, and increase energy levels. Instructor Marilyn Mouradjian, MSN, RN, comments, “The vegan diet has the potential to extend an individual’s health while making delicious choices in their food selections. There will be wonderful recipes for students, like a French silk tofu pie.”

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