BIOL 225L - Topics In Nutrition

Description
Dual listed as HLTH 225 This course is designed for non-science majors to learn scientifically supported as well as traditional approaches to nourishing and healing the body which can be incorporated into personal, daily, good health practices. An emphasis is placed on multicultural, political, and ecological dimensions of dietary choices. The concept of food as medicine and the concept of diet as a critical component in healing are fundamental to this course. Included are the exploration of herbal medicine, environmental health, and healing choices. Students also will develop the skills and understanding to analyze, compare, and contrast dietary choices for personal health. Three-hour lecture per week. (Fulfills Core/LS Natural Science requirement.)
Credits
3
Attributes
Natural Science Requirement
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019, Spring 2018, Spring 2017
Avg. Class Size
99
Avg. Sections
1