Course Content and Outcome Guide for CEU 3052 Effective Fall 2015
- Course Number:
- CEU 3052
- Course Title:
- Nutritional Therapy - Spring
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
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- Lab Hours:
- Special Fee:
Course covers Western and Ayurvedic nutrition to include pathologies and specific nutritional disease treatments as well as the business practice and ethics in nutritional therapy and holistic medicine.
Intended Outcomes for the course
- Analyze client nutrient related pathologies and common symptoms relative to diet and deficiency conditions; develop recommendations based on client bodys structure and nervous system impairments; examine/convey consequence and impact of client pathologies on short and long term health
- Incorporate Traditional Chinese Medicine core concepts in diet planning; recognize common TCM clinical symptoms and their involvement in diet or deficiency conditions, health maintenance, management of acute/chronic conditions and compliance
- Explain nutrients relative to digestion and energy production and diet planning; recall and explain methodologies and procedures within the study of human nutrition; integrate the concepts of body systems, and their role, examine and critique current popular diets and cultural trends.