HEST-090 Nutrition and Health
Fall for 2009-2010
This course explores basic nutrition concepts designed for the student with limited exposure to the chemical and biological sciences. Each nutrient is studied including its functions, metabolism, food sources, and optimal choices for the promotion and maintenance of health throughout the human life cycle. Emphasis is given to special needs during pregnancy, lactation, athletics and weight control. Food safety, including additives, biotechnology, labeling, and other public health measures designed to protect the public are explored. Students use computer-based diet analyses to periodically evaluate personal dietary intakes. Not open to School of Nursing and Health Studies students.
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Fall '09: McCulloch, M (description)
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