Human Nutrition I 100 Hours Certificate Course
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Human Nutrition I 100 Hours Certificate Course
Human Nutrition I course online. Home Study. Learn the basics of nutrition! This distance learning course provides an understanding of the sources, actions, and interactions of nutrients from the food that we consume. Looking at the balance of the nutrients in foods and what makes up a balanced diet. Excellent for anyone interested in nutrition and health for themselves or to help or counsel others.
This course has been accredited by the CMA - The Complimentary Medical Association. On completion of any qualifying module, you can join as a "Fully Qualified Practitioner" andCMA Full Membership is a privileged position and the fact that you have been accepted for CMA Membership demonstrates that you have a clear commitment to standards and professionalism. CMA Members in all categories are recognised as the elite in their field.
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Learning Goals: Human Nutrition I BRE102
- Explain the role of different food types in human health.
- Explain the physiology of digestive processes.
- Recommend appropriate intake of vitamins.
- Recommend appropriate intake of minerals.
- Recommend appropriate food intake to meet an individual's energy needs.
- Recommend appropriate carbohydrate intake.
- Recommend appropriate fat intake.
- Recommend appropriate protein intake.
- Recommend appropriate water intake in different situations.
- Recognise signs and symptoms of the major nutrient disorders.
Lesson Structure: Human Nutrition I BRE102
There are 9 lessons:
- Introduction to Nutrition
- Important factors in nutrition
- Ingredients and cooking methods
- Understanding eating
- Major food groups
- Food allergies and Intolerance introduction
- The Digestive System
- The Alimentary Canal- Muscular Structures
- Accessory Digestive Organs
- Digestive Tract Linings
- Absorption and Enzymes
- Physical and Mechanical breakdown
- Understanding biochemical breakdown
- Biological breakdown
- Digestive Hormones
- Digestive Enzymes
- Absorption - anatomical adaptations for absorption
- Absorption (general)
- Detoxification mechanisms
- The Urinary System
- Physiology of the unrinary system
- Skin and sweat glands
- Energy Value of Foods
- The science of nutrition
- Energy Value in Foods
- Energy Production
- Basal Metabolic Rate
- Carbohydrates and Fats
- Types of Carbohydrates - Monosaccharides,Oligosaccharides and Polysaccharides
- Carbohydrates in the diet
- Carbohydrates in the body
- Fats and fat biochemistry
- Fats in the diet
- Fats in the body
- Uses in the body
- Recommended protein intakes
- Nuts and Seeds
- Beef, Poultry and Fish (meat struture)
- Meat Quality
- Eggs and Dairy
- Proteins in the diet
- Proteins in the body
- Vitamins and Minerals
- The Recommended Daily Allowance
- The Dietary Reference Intake
- Summary of Vitamins
- Fat soluble vitamins
- Water soluble vitamins
- Common minerals
- Inorganic elements
- The Calcium Debate
- Water in the body (function)
- Water retention
- Water loss and chronic dehydration
- Nutrient Disorders
- Selected digestive system disorders
- Peptic ulcer
- Lactose intolerance
- Cholesterol, heart disease and atherosclerosis
- Bowel Cancer
- Problems with nutrition
- Distinguish between nutrition terms including: food, nutrition and diet.
- Distinguish between characteristics of all major food groups, including chemistry and foods which are a good source.
- Explain the significance of each of the major food groups, including:
- Label on unlabelled illustrations, parts of the digestive system, including:
- Gall bladder
- Ascending colon
- Transverse colon
- Descending colon
- Sigmoid colon
- Explain the function of different parts of the digestive system, including:
- Salivary Glands
- Gall bladder
- Distinguish between digestion and absorption of food.
- Explain the different layers of the digestive tract, including:
- Explain different physiological processes involved in absorption
- Explain how different hormones control the digestive process, including:
- Gastric Inhibitory Peptide
- Secretin Cholecystokinin
- Explain the action of different digestive enzymes.
- Convert calories to joules.
- Explain the meaning of basal metabolic rate (BMR).
- Describe how the intake of different types of food may affect metabolic rate.
- Explain how different factors other than food intake can affect digestion, including stress and disease.
- Compare energy values of different foods, on a given food chart.
- Explain possible implications of mismatching food intake to individual's energy needs, through over or under intake of energy requirements.
- List foods which are common sources of carbohydrate.
- List common foods in your own diet which are poor sources of carbohydrate.
- Distinguish between monosaccharides and disaccharides in your own normal diet.
- Explain relative values of alternative sources of carbohydrates.
- Explain factors which affect the bodies demand for carbohydrate.
- Develop guidelines to determining appropriate carbohydrate intake, in accordance with an individual's specific requirements.
- List foods which are a common source of fats.
- Distinguish between saturated and unsaturated fats in the diet of a specific person.
- Explain the relative value of alternative sources of fats.
- Explain factors which affect the bodies demand for fat.
- Explain the role of fat in the body, including an explanation of different physiological processes involving fat.
- Develop a set of guidelines to determining appropriate fat intake, in accordance with an individual's specific requirements.
- List foods which are a good source of protein.
- Explain the role of protein in the body, including examples of different physiological processes involving protein.
- Explain relative values of different sources of protein.
- Explain factors which affect the bodies demand for protein.
- Develop guidelines to determining appropriate fat intake, in accordance with an individual's specific requirements.
- List different sources for each of several different minerals considered essential to human health.
- Explain the role of different minerals in the body.
- Consider the relative values of different sources of minerals in your own diet, to determine minerals which may be supplied in inappropriate quantities.
- Describe symptoms of different nutrient disorders including deficiencies and toxicities.
- Explain the use of different mineral supplements in a specified human diet.
- Distinguish between sources of different types of vitamins which are important to human health, including:
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin K
- Ascorbic acid
- Pantothenic acid
- Explain the role of different vitamins in the body.
- Explain the relative values of different sources of each of five vitamins.
- Explain proliferation of vitamin supplement usage in modern society.
- Describe symptoms of five different vitamin disorders including deficiencies and toxicities.
- Explain the role of water in the body, for different physiological processes.
- List factors which affect the body's requirement for water.
- Compare different methods of purifying water, including different commercially available water purifiers.
- Explain the physiology of dehydration, at different levels.
- Discuss the affect of different water impurities on human health.
- Distinguish between the signs and symptoms of forty common problems associated with nutritional disorders, including:
- Describe different techniques used by health practitioners for determining food/nutrition disorders.
- Explain the importance of obtaining a recommendation from a medical practitioner, when a nutritional disorder is suspected.
- Explain the significance of "second opinion", when diagnosing nutrient disorders.
Your learning experience with ADL will not only depend on the quality of the course, but also the quality of the person teaching it. This course is taught by Juliette Harris. Your course fee includes unlimited tutorial support throughout from Juliette. Here are her credentials:
Juliette Harris - Nutritional
BSc Hons Biology (University of Sussex)
Juliette has over 10 years experience in teaching and private tutoring. As an undergraduate, she contributed to published research on the behaviour of an endangered bat species, though her main areas of interest and specialisation are genetics and cellular biology. After 7 months in the rain forests & reefs of Central America, Juliette began her teaching career at prestigious private school, Brighton College. She soon returned to Central America, heading up a field-trip for A-level students. She has been private tutor & exam coach to a range of students with very diverse backgrounds, aptitudes and expectations.More recently, Juliette has enjoyed working with adults with learning difficulties and enormous barriers to education. Juliette currently splits her time between England and Bulgaria, where she works as a teacher and missionary.
Discover a better understanding of food and nutrition, what to eat and what to avoid. Human Nutrition is an ideal introductory text for students and anyone else interested in learning how diet and harm or help human health.
by the Staff of ACS Distance Learning
Human Nutrition eBook course online. It's surprising how little most people know about the human body and how it works. If we all spent just a small amount of time educating ourselves, we would save years in terms of health problems and hundreds of pounds otherwise spent on health care.
Throughout history there has been a vast array of nutritional claims and dietary advice. For example, there is evidence of dietary regimes involving fasting as far back as in Ancient Greece and many examples since of diet being used either to restrict intake to lose weight or to act as a cure for a medical complaint. This book will give you the background necessary to understand these theories and make better choices for yourself.
Chapter 1 The Digestive System -Everyone is different
Nutrition and nutrients
General health recommendations
Examples of serving size
Chapter 2. Modyfying Diet for a Particular Lifestyle or Genetic Disposition
Chapter 3. Foods and Nutrition
Why do we need to know the nutritional content in foods?
Nutrients provided by the five food groups
Chapter 4. Nutrition and Health Disorders
How diet may affect skin
Diet and our bones, joints and muscles
Nutrition and the heart
Diet and the respiratory system
Diet and the urinary system
Diet and the digestive system
Diet and the brain/mental health
Chapter 5. How to Find Reliable information on Nutrition
Sources of nutritional information
Conditions requiring dietary advice
Weight loss diets.
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