214.231 Nutrition for Special Populations (15 credits)

2017 - Application of food and nutrition principles to stages in the life cycle and prevention of common nutrition problems in New Zealand. A basic knowledge of the scientific reasoning behind the recommendations will be developed. Students will also gain skills in critically evaluating foods and dietary supplements on the market. An examination of some factors influencing food choice. This course is intended for students who have an interest in nutrition but will not undertake specialist study in the area. 2018 - Application of food and nutrition principles to special populations throughout the lifecycle and different ethnic groups in New Zealand. A basic knowledge of the scientific reasoning behind the recommendations will be developed Some factors influencing food choice amongst the populations will be examined. Students will also gain skills in critically evaluating foods and dietary supplements on the market.

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2017 Semester Two full semester Distance
2018 Semester Two full semester Distance

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