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May 15, 2017 by Alex Feldman (alexmf)
INTM 6203 : Nutritional Metabolism and Environmental Exposure
Mon, 15 May 2017 08:04:32 GMT
Fri, 12 May 2017 18:39:28 GMT
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IM-GC: Integrative Medicine
IM-MSHS: Integrative Medicine
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Health Care Sciences (HCS)
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Nutritional Metabolism and Environmental Exposure
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Nutri. Metab. & Env. Exposure
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Students will analyze the relationships between nutrients and environmental exposures and the impact that they have on obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The learner will become familiar with a variety of dietary strategies and approaches, their evidence and application, as well as discuss current food policies and regulations. Key topics in medical toxicology will be addressed within the framework of exposure, chronicity, implication inhuman diseases, and appropriate removal. Normal and abnormal detoxification pathways are analyzed. A complete review of cardiometabolic risk, diabetes and cardiovascular disease will be conducted.
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