International Master in Nutrition and Dietetics
A good diet helps greatly to bring optimal health to the individual. This premise must take it into consideration. Therefore we must educate and raise awareness around us of vital importance.
The field of food and nutrition for many years has been in second place in our society. You will not be conferred the importance it really has. We currently have a health system based on healing, prevention must be our one and let it cure in a second term. In economic terms at adequate prevention programs would help reduce current health spending, targeted mostly toward palliative or curative treatments.
The advancement of the science underpinning the nutrition and biochemistry, molecular biology, pathophysiology, toxicology, food science, dietetics and nutrition make a fascinating modern science and applied forces also contemplate not only with scientific eyes but also human.
The field of food and nutrition affects the entire society, so it has a direct relationship with many career fields. Many times these professionals do not have a university degree, however, personal characteristics or experience, they want a quality education in this field.
This program is needed to access a range of content that will be essential in a good job running in the field of nutrition and more timely decision at any time based on new nutritional criteria.
Being able to distinguish between food and proper nutrition beliefs for each individual or collective, through the articulation of theoretical teaching evidence-based.
- Apply appropriate nutritional standards through the patient's nutritional assessment and the latest advances and developments in the area of nutrition, nutrition and dietetics.
- Organizing and designing nutritional counseling programs tailored to specific needs.
- Distinguish the student with knowledge of the latest scientific developments in key nutrition and dietetics such as nutrigenomics, eating disorders, nutrition in physical activity or nutrition clinic.
- Encourage the students' critical thinking on issues related to health and nutrition.
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