Integrative and Functional Nutrition
A one-credit course provides an introduction to integrative and functional nutrition (IFN) and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The course focuses on dietary supplements that include vitamins, minerals, functional foods, phytochemicals, nutraceuticals for disease prevention and treatment. An emphasis will be given to the regulatory (legal, ethical and moral) issues of dietary supplements. The goal of the course is to preparestudents to have competencyin IFN as a part of medical nutrition therapy.
Dietecs & Nutrition, "NFS330" (2013). Curriculum Proposals. 281.