This course covers nutrition issues from preconception throughout life, with a particular emphasis on nutrition correlates of normal growth and development and on the consequences of under and over nutrition. It briefly considers the role of nutrition in the context of the normal physiologic changes that occur with aging. This is a 1.5 semester hour unit course. Enrollment priority for NICBC students, and for FANPP and AFE PhD students, as well as for FANPP students pursuing thee Nutrition Interventions specialization.
This course is 1.5 SHUs and meets in the first half of the semester: January 24, January 31, February 7, February 14, February 24, February 28, and March 7. No class on Presidents' Day (February 21), it's a University holiday.