A study of the sources, composition and functions of the macromolecules, water, vitamins, and minerals that are necessary components of the human body. Additionally, the social context and habits of eating and food, nutrition for a healthy lifestyle, sport, and disease will be discussed, as well as the chemical composition of food. Service Learning opportunities may be available. It is recommended that students have successfully completed BIO-30 or equivalent before registering in BIO-1155. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: BIO-155.
BIO-1155 Human Nutrition - 3.00 credits