Science of nutrition, including the ingestion and digestion of food, the absorption, transport, and metabolism of macro and micronutrients, energy balance and bodyweight regulation, and relationships to health and risk of disease.
BMS 300 (Principles of Human Physiology) or CHEM 245 (Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry) or LIFE 102 (Attributes of Living Systems); FSHN 150 (Survey of Human Nutrition); Graduate standing.
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Textbooks and Materials
- Advanced Nutrition, 8th Ed.
Gropper, Sareen S.
Use this book as a reference for more advanced concepts covered in lectures. This book is also available to you for free on CSU library eReserves.
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
See Canvas modules for other readings and course materials.
James is an assistant professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Colorado State University. His academic background is exercise science, nutrition, physiology, biomedical sciences, and public health. His main interest is the role of nutrition in prevention of chronic diseases. His primary focus is developing and teaching courses in nutrition sciences.