HNSC 7250X Integrative and Functional Nutrition
45 hours; 3 credits
Introduction to principles guiding the practice of integrative and functional nutrition therapy; patient centered approach; identification of unique nutritional imbalances; support for detoxification pathways; evaluation of interaction among dietary, genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors that impact chronic disease risk.
Prerequisite: A course in medical nutrition therapy and a course in human physiology
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