Nutrition Principles III

Course ID
BES 208
Department
Nutrition and Dietetics
Semester
4th Semester
Credit
2.00

To provide the students with the knowledge and skills to interpret the metabolic reactions of biomolecules, water and electrolyte balance, the metabolic prevalence of enzymes, metabolic changes in hormones, fasting and satiety in terms of nutrition and human health.

To provide the students with the knowledge and skills to interpret the metabolic reactions of biomolecules, water and electrolyte balance, the metabolic prevalence of enzymes, metabolic changes in hormones, fasting and satiety in terms of nutrition and human health.