Nutrition Concepts Online for Peckenpaugh: Nutrition Essentials and Diet Therapy (User Guide and Access Code), 11th Edition
Deepen your understanding of the most important nutrition concepts with this dynamic online course. Used in conjunction with Peckenpaugh: Nutrition Essentials and Diet Therapy, 11th Edition, Nutrition Concepts Online integrates illustrations, animations, interactive exercises, and quizzes to reinforce your comprehension and provide an exciting, interactive learning experience.
- Modular format enables you to supplement your learning with online lessons or work at your own pace.
- Learning objectives help you focus your study on the most important concepts.
- Reading assignments highlight textbook material and provide related questions to help you read and review more efficiently.
- Hundreds of interactive exercises provide an engaging way to learn core topics with immediate feedback that helps you identify areas needing additional study.
- Animations bring nutrition concepts to life with visual instructions or explanations of a process or system, such as digestion.
- A case study at the beginning of each module challenges you to work through a realistic situation that relates to the module content.
- Quizzes evaluate your understanding of all the major topics covered in a particular lesson.
- Access to the new online version of Nutritrac Nutrition Analysis 5.0 offers a nutrition and weight management program that provides additional tools for learning with an expanded food database of over 5,000 foods in 18 different categories and a listing of more than 150 activities.
Nutrition in Wellness & Health Promotion Minerals Dietary Guidelines Energy Balance Body Composition Carbohydrates Physical Fitness & Exercise Digestion & Metabolism Fluids & Electrolytes Lipids Pregnancy & Lactation\ Protein Nutrition during Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence Vitamins GI Disorders Nutrition in Adulthood Disorders of the Accessory Organs Community Nutrition Diabetes Foodborne Illness Cardiovascular Disease Kidney Disease Malnutrition Cancer & AIDS Culture & Religion Enteral & Parenteral
Staci Nix, MS, RD, CD, Assistant Professor, Division of Nutrition, College of Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT and Nancy J. Peckenpaugh, MSEd, RD, CDN, CDE, Dietitian in Private Practice, Lifetime Nutrition Services, Ithaca, NY; Dietitian, Office of Dr. Adam Law, Endocrinologist; Consulting Dietitian, Dryden Family Medicine, Lakeside Nursing Home, and Medicaid Obstetrical and Maternal Services (MOMS) of Tompkins County