Prerequisites: NUTR5000 or NUTR5001; NUTR5002This stand-alone course is the third of a three-part series that covers the pathophysiology, treatment and management ofnutrition-related diseases and conditions as well as recommended guidelines for their clinical nutrition intervention. This coursewill cover the nutritional interventions regarding current topics in nutrition including inflammation and other timely, relevantnutrition topics.
Prerequisite: NUTR5002The concept and value of food as providing more than nutrients per se will be covered including evidence-based research onfood-based eating plans and the health benefits they provide. Information regarding healthy eating plans that have survivedgenerations and across cultures/nations will be included as will what is known about healthy eating within the context ofhealthy living as noted by Hippocrates. As Hippocrates said "If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishmentand exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health."
- Primary Instructor: Maria Boosalis
NUTR5203 SPORTS AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE NUTRITION Prerequisites: NUTR5000 or NUTR5001; NUTR5002This course addresses the main nutritional needs of athletes, from weekend warriors to elite performers. Nutritional assessment, needs, concerns, requirements, and recommendations for optimal human performance will be covered for macro/micronutrients as well as supplements.