Nutrition and Dietetics : Provides students who have a basic biology/chemistry background with the fundamental information on how macronutrients, vitamins and minerals are metabolized in the body, followed by application to evaluate current issues of maximizing health and disease prevention at different stages of the lifecycle.
Terms: Fall 2021
Instructors: Hendrickson, Mary; Phillips, Sandy; Nielsen, Daiva (Fall)
Corequisites: FDSC 230 [for students that have not taken the CEGEP equivalent OOXV].
Restriction: Science students in physical science and psychology programs who wish to take this course should see the Arts and Science Student Affairs Office for permission to register.