(Solution) C787-Health and Wellness Through Nutritional Science

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C787-Health and Wellness Through Nutritional Science

This course supports the assessment for Nutrition for Contemporary Society. The course covers 5
competencies and represents 3 competency units.
Introduction
Overview
Nutritional ignorance or misunderstandings are at the root of the health problems that most
Americans face today. Nurses need to be armed with the most current information available about
nutrition science, including how to understand nutritional content of food; implications of exercise
and activity on food consumption and weight management, and management of community or
population specific nutritional challenges. The Health and Wellness Through Nutritional Science
course should prepare nurses to provide support, guidance, and teaching about incorporation of
sound nutritional principles into daily life for health promotion. This course covers the following
concepts: nutrition to support wellness; healthy nutritional choices; nutrition and physical activity;
nutrition through the lifecycle; safety and security of food; and nutrition and global health
environments.

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Nutritional ignorance or misunderstandings are at the root of the health problems that most
Americans face today. Nurses need to be armed with the most current information available about
nutrition science, including how to understand nutritional content of food; implications of exercise
and activity on food consumption and weight management, and management of community or
population specific nutritional challenges. The Health and Wellness Through Nutritional Science
course should prepare nurses to provide support, guidance, and teaching about incorporation of
sound nutritional principles into daily life for health promotion. This course covers the following
concepts: nutrition to support wellness; healthy nutritional choices; nutrition and physical activity;
nutrition through the lifecycle; safety and security of food; and nutrition and global health
environments.