Foundations of Integrative and Functional Nutrition   [Archived Catalog]
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

IFN 5670 - Foundations of Integrative and Functional Nutrition

Students taking this course will expand upon their knowledge of basic nutrition science and gain a foundational understanding of the integrative and functional approach to nutrition.  The course reviews the fundamental principles and perspectives of conventional, traditional, integrative, and functional medical models to identify best practices for nutritional care.  Students learn about the concepts and tools used within the these practices and how they align with the integrative practitioner's goal for personalized, whole-person, relationship-centered, and environmentally sensitive care. Prerequisite(s): IFN 5520  (or proof of previous nutrition coursework) 3.0 credit(s)
Offered: FA-Term A, SP-Term A Course Length: 8 weeks No RC Required Relevant Learning Outcomes: TBA