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Calculation of nutrient intake occur immediately providing data per ingredient, food, meal, and day in report and analysis file formats. The software includes a dietary supplement assessment module so that nutrient intake from both food and supplemental sources may be captured and quantified.
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Search U of M Web sites. Streamlined data entry and food coding: Dietary intake data gathered by interview is entered directly into NDSR. The software searches for foods and brand products by name. Sophisticated search algorithms locate the food e. The coding of foods and their variable ingredients and preparation methods occurs as data are entered, with calculation of nutrients occurring immediately.
Comprehensive, complete, and current database: This database includes over 18, foods, including 7, brand name products. Ingredient choices and preparation method options in NDSR provide more than , food variants. Values for nutrient, nutrient ratios and other food components are generated from the database. Discusses the effect of eating disorders in both male and female athletes , weight management, and sport nutrition resources.
Examines diet-health relationships; social, environmental, and economic factors in eating behavior; and evidence base behind dietary guidelines. Draws on seminal and recent research in nutrition science and uses examples from recent media coverage.
Real-world controversies and debates used to illustrate policy principles, research tools, and policy analysis. Includes topics on public health nutrition, food policy related to population health, and food security. Emphasizes global consequences of poor nutrition on health, cognition, and development with a focus on the first 1, days from conception to age two.
NUTR Food Safety and Health 3 Presentation of emerging issues in food safety and toxicology, microbiology, sustainable agriculture, and biotechnology. Examines both domestic and global pressures on the food supply. Examines international and national polices that promote regional solutions for a safe food supply and access to nutritious foods. Topics covered include diet and human evolution, and nutrition-related biobehavioral influences on human growth, development, and disease resistance.
Reviews the evidence and potential policy implications. The capstone provides students with an opportunity to apply knowledge and skills acquired in their courses to a specific food systems problem or issue. Emphasizing systems thinking, the capstone experience will explore solutions to real world issues through focused study and under the direction of a faculty member.
It is intended to be both practical and educational. Through active participation and completion of assignments, you will reflect on your internship experience and identify how it relates to your coursework, college experience, identity, career readiness, and future. Current Issues in Nutrition 1, max. Provides a forum for student and faculty presentation, and review of current research efforts. Topics include macronutrient and micronutrient metabolism, energy balance and obesity, nutrient utilization in physical activity, nutritional needs and recommendations throughout the lifecycle, and the relationships between nutrition and atherosclerosis, diabetes, and cancer risk.
Exploring Eating Behaviors in a Social, Environmental, and Policy Context 2 Socio-cultural, environmental, and policy factors interact with biological and psychological characteristics to influence the foods we eat, and when, where, and how we eat them.
Uses contemporary readings, films, and critical discussion to explore these macro-scale influences on food, nutrition, and eating behavior. Addresses energy-producing pathways, as well as food sources, digestion, absorption, and utilization of carbohydrates, protein, and various micronutrients.
Additional topics include low-carbohydrate diets, vegetarianism, protein deficiency, and inborn errors in carbohydrate and protein metabolism. NUTR Nutrition and Metabolism II 3 Discussion of normal lipid components of animal tissues, with review of their metabolism and physiological functions.
Topics include digestion, absorption, transport, and utilization of dietary fats, cholesterol, and fat-soluble vitamins. Discusses in-depth the roles played by lipids and various micronutrients in altering risk of atherosclerosis.
To include absorption, transport, function, storage, and excretion; imbalance, deficiency, and toxicity; dietary structures; and role of these nutrients in prevention of diseases directly or indirectly. NUTR Maternal and Pediatric Nutrition 4 Examines the influence of maternal, infant, and children's nourishment on growth, development, and health, including children with special healthcare needs, in both individual and population-based environments.
Includes nutrition and assessment, critical evaluation of normative data, and evidence-based clinical and community nutritional care and family-centered care. Evaluation of experimental design, research protocols, data analyses, and data presentations.
NUTR Public Health Nutrition 4 Explores the functions and essential services of public health as they apply to assuring access to a safe and nutritious food supply. Examines the practice of public health nutrition: NUTR Nutrition Education Principles and Practice 2 Examines theory-based design and delivery of nutrition education, including conducting needs assessments and developing lesson plans, activities, visual aids, and evaluation material.
Explores design features of written, oral, and technology-based nutrition education materials and initiatives.