In Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics courses, students learn to create customized nutritional plans for patients. Students learn how to determine the effectiveness of treatment and the limitations of nutritional therapeutics within these conditions. The courses draw on the knowledge that students have gained from Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology and their clinical experience. This course establishes foundational principles of food-based therapy and includes the discussion of Digestive, Hepatic and Metabolic therapeutics.
NU311 Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics I must either be taken prior or concurrent to Nutrients and Diet Therapeutics II-VI.
Prerequisites: BMS201/202, NU101, NU202 Semester: Fall, Winter Credits: 3 Hours: 45