Nutrition: Science and Applications

Guiding nutritionists toward an understanding of the scientific principles underlying what they know about nutrition, this book helps them gain effective decision making skills about nutritional choices Unique Science Applied boxes answer the questions about how we learn what we know about the science of nutrition and why knowledge changes Critical Thinking exercises incGuiding nutritionists toward an understanding of the scientific principles underlying what they know about nutrition, this book helps them gain effective decision making skills about nutritional choices Unique Science Applied boxes answer the questions about how we learn what we know about the science of nutrition and why knowledge changes Critical Thinking exercises included in each chapter allow them to learn the basics of how to think about a problem or situation creatively and critically A case study is also included in each chapter that builds interest in the material Each chapter then concludes with a postscript that solidifies the nutritionists understanding of the links between the science and application.
Nutrition Science and Applications Guiding nutritionists toward an understanding of the scientific principles underlying what they know about nutrition this book helps them gain effective decision making skills about nutritional choic

  • Title: Nutrition: Science and Applications
  • Author: Mary B. Grosvenor Lori A. Smolin
  • ISBN: 9780470524749
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Nutrition: Science and Applications”

    1. This book was easy to read and well paced. My class was, for the most part, based on the Learning Objectives in the book, which were made easy to find by editors who made sure that you could just skim the chapter to get a great deal of information on the topic. Definitions were added to the margins, which made new words easily accessible.Unfortunately, this was yet another book that was not a book so much as a collection of looseleaf papers that I had to purchase a binder for. In theory this wou [...]

    2. I read Chapters 1-12 in this book for a Nutrition class. The information is comprehensive and delivered in a well-organized manner. The case studies, easy to understand diagrams, well written explanations, tips, chapter summaries, and lots of other thoughtful inclusions, made this book a useful reference for the material that the professor covered in class. I would recommend this book to anyone. It's expensive because it's a textbook but it has much more comprehensive information than what can b [...]

    3. Interesting but more technical than I was interested in. Read it for part of my Duty to God project on Physical Health that I work on with my son.

    4. This was a very interesting book and I must say that it did provide me with lots of very good information.

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