NUTR6002:MICRONUTRIENTS

This course presents the basic biochemistry of vitamins, minerals, accessory nutrients and their interactions on human cellular metabolism. The course includes a review of micronutrients from a historical perspective; the dietary recommended intakes as stated by government and health organizations; food sources of micronutrients; nutrient functions with respect to human physiological functions; signs and symptoms of deficiencies and toxicities; knowledge of dosages for absorbable forms of each nutrient; as well as current evidence on nutrient interactions.

Credits: 3.00
Lecture Hours: 45

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