HNSC 4211 Advanced Nutrition I

3 hours; 3 credits

Nutrients involved in the regulation of gene transcription, methylation, the calcium-phosphorus economy, and electrolyte balance. Effects of interactions with other nutrients, genetic polymorphisms, and environmental conditions. The course addresses the same principles as HNSC 4212 Advanced Nutrition II, but applies them to a different set of nutrients. (Not open to students who have taken Health and Nutrition Sciences 4210.)

Prerequisites: Health and Nutrition Sciences 2210, 3210, 3300.


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