Nutrition is a science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to the maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism across its lifespan. If you’re planning to study nutrition, dietetics, or food science at a four-year university or college, begin at Seattle Central.
Nutrition 101 is an introduction to human nutrition with an emphasis on the relationship of nutrition to growth, development, health, physical and mental functioning. Examine the sources, functions, interrelationships and human requirements of the nutrients, protein, carbohydrate, fat, minerals and vitamins as well as energy needs throughout the life cycle. Current issues having to do with weight management, fad diets, food safety, additives, behavioral effects of foods, advertising, etc., will be included. Practical considerations are given to planning, purchasing, storing and preparing food to foster safety, nutrient retention, economy and time management. Seattle Central also offers self-paced Nutrition 101 conducted online via Canvas.
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