IFN 5676 - Dietary Supplements and Herbal Medicine
This course examines one of the most common modalities of integrative medicine: dietary and herbal supplements. The course provides an overview of the regulations that govern manufacturing, sales, and marketing of dietary supplements. Students will use reliable and peer-reviewed resources to critically evaluate the proposed benefits, efficacy, and safety of supplements in order to inform client recommendations. 3.0 credits.
Prerequisite(s): IFN 5520 (or proof of previous nutrition coursework) 3.0 credit(s)
Offered: Offered FA-Term B Course Length: 8 weeks No RC required
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