Easy to sign up, mostly run by an AI system and very little interaction with actual people so I do feel kindof alone in "class". There are other optional purchases for the assignment's and certification and a little more than I'd like to spend. I just started the program and tight of the bat it feels much less overwhelming than a typical online degree program. In the USA this won't count for much unless you're just running your own business or side gig- this won't qualify you to work in the specific field of study but it's a good basic education. If you want to do a whole program, they're mostly 3-6 month programs so bundle for best savings. The one month free trial will only get you thru one module and there are 4 for nutrition. There are"toolkits" for each module that include assignments, slides etc for$39.99 each. So if you want those you'll pay for each of them on top of your monthly subscription cost. The certificate is also another $39.99. SO, unless you're like me and only doing this for self improvement, there are more costs than what they come right out the gate and say. It's good information though so I don't think it's like a waste of time or anything.. but maybe a wee bit over priced. Still less expensive than college, but again, you're not getting a true degree with this. Alright, with that, I hope you enjoy learning. It's a lot of just sitting back and listening, some interaction with a chat bot, and a PowerPoint slide.