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What is listed below is a list of topics developed over the years working for different institutions and doing science dissemination at various events. Each topic can be either covered concisely in a single lecture or more extensively during a short course.
Each lecture or course is based on the concept that experiential teaching techniques accelerate learning. Therefore, the techniques applied vary from group work and quizzes, to role-plays where the students can immediately put the concept learnt in class into practice during simulations. Useful tools such as mind-maps and videos will also be used.
My keynote speech about how our dietary behavior is influenced by our emotions, spirituality and, ultimately, by the society we live in.
Cheese is often considered unhealthy, despite being rich in several bioactive ingredients. In this presentation, made at the Harvard Medical School in Boston in September 2018. I spoke about the functional ingredients that make cheese so special: bioactive peptides, milk fat globule membranes and vitamin K-2. This presentation was inspired by two manuscripts that I published together with my former colleagues at Gothenburg university, which showed that cheese was inversely related to the mortality risk.
I have always been fascinated by the infinite ways in which the nutrition science can be repackaged by smart marketers and become an effective message that is globally promoted through medias. And when this happens, the line between science and fiction becomes really fuzzy.