FACS 3329. Nutrition through the Lifespan. 3 Hours.
Students in this course focus on nutrient needs throughout the lifespan and the physiological basis for these needs. Instruction focuses on the interrelationships of diet, nutrition, body composition, emotional development, behavior, and aging. Factors related to the development of food behaviors at various life stages and current research trends focused on lifespan nutrition issues are explored.
Prerequisite: FACS 2362 with a C or better and 45 credit hours.