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Representations of women in this marketing genre are therefore important to examine, as they stand to influence millions of viewers. But just as too much junk food can lead to obesity, too much junk information can lead to cluelessness. The events awarded finishers medals in the shape of the logo bedazzled in magenta glitter, and the bibs runners wore were similarly festooned with pink flowery swirls. Studies in the anthropology of visual communication. Remember that this is a month program and you can cancel at anytime. I then cross-referenced everything I experienced, read, and learned and condensed it into bite-size, digestible pieces of must-know information that would be easy for YOU to understand.
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This selection will be stored into your cookies and used automatically in next visits. You can also change the view style at any point from the main header when using the pages with your mobile device. Use mobile version Use desktop version. It emphasizes individual needs; functions and sources of nutrients; current nutrition and health issues; scientific method for analysis and evaluation of nutrition information; dietary guidelines and current nutrition recommendations; digestion, absorption, and metabolism; health, fitness, and disease; nutrition in the life span; and food safety.
Students evaluate their food intake using several methods, including a computer diet analysis. As an honors course, it offers expanded analysis of lecture materials, increased dependence upon student participation on a daily basis, and the opportunity for students to conduct research in relevant areas of interest, and thus targets highly motivated students who are looking for a more challenging academic experience.
Human Performance and Sports Nutrition. None Acceptable for Credit: This course introduces nutrition concepts to individuals interested in sports, fitness, and health for various stages of the life cycle. It emphasizes current theories and practices related to nutrition and athletic performance. Topics include macro and micro nutrient intakes, hydration, pre- and post-event food, supplements and ergogenic aids, weight control, and body composition related to performance.
The course also examines the cultural, sociological, and psychological influences related to nutrition, fitness, and athletic achievement. Cultural Aspects of Foods and Nutrition. This course examines the regional, ethnic, cultural, religious, historical, and social influences on food patterns, cuisines, and health as well as how food is viewed as an expression of cultural diversity.
Students discuss, sample, and assess traditional foods of geographic areas and cultures. They also explore geographic factors in food availability, global food issues, dietary habits, religious influences on food culture, and nutrition problems of various ethnic groups.
The course also addresses nutrition consequences of ethnic food choices and sanitation and safety practices. This course focuses on the specific nutritional needs and problems in older adults. Diet and nutritional issues related to aging in a contemporary society are examined from physiological, sociological, psychological, and economic perspectives. Complete 75 hrs paid or 60 hrs non-paid work per unit. Instructor, dept chair, and Career Center approval.
This course provides students the opportunity to apply the theories and techniques of their discipline in an internship position in a professional setting under the instruction of a faculty-mentor and site supervisor. It introduces students to aspects of the roles and responsibilities of professionals employed in the field of study. Topics include goal-setting, employability skills development, and examination of the world of work as it relates to the student's career plans.
Registered Nutritionists provide evidence-based information and guidance in one or more of the following five areas, each supported by competencies to ensure the individual is qualified and competent in the chosen specialism s. An Animal Nutritionist is a scientist who applies his or her basic knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, metabolism and nutrition of vertebrates to a species or genus, understands the specific characteristics of the nominated species and applies this knowledge to their welfare, dietary needs and nutritional disorders, advising others about the subject or constructing experiments to increase understanding of nutritional science of the species.
Animal nutritionists may run their own consultancy, work in industry, education, academia or research. Food nutritionists usually look at the science, ingredients, policy, legislation and regulations involved in the consumption or marketing of a food item.
A Nutrition Scientist investigates the metabolic and physiological responses of the body to foods and nutrients.