Andy Evans

By Billy Maritza April 1, 2016

MNU went well and above meeting any expectations I had of a course on nutrition. The biggest highlight has been the clarity that it has given me. I stumbled across MNU, almost by accident. I was very close to signing up for BTN, when a friend in the industry who had already done BTN, recommended I look into MNU instead. I came into MNU with a strong ‘clean eating’ bias and some signs of restrictive eating patterns in my own behaviours. I’m embarrassed to say I had no concept of evidence based practice. I take away from this course a critical and evidence-based mindset which I can’t help but apply to almost every area of my life and a far more balanced approach to nutrition.