Nutrition 421: Food Culture and Health Trends (3) (US;IL) explores the social-political, historic, and geographic roots of food patterns, featuring specific cuisine areas and nutritional disease patterns. This course provides the cultural awareness needed by dietitians and any student of food and culture to participate in dietary exploration and change.
The only prerequisite for this course is NUTR 251, although others are currently listed in the course bulletin. It will be taught for the first time in a while by one of the newest faculty members in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, Stephen Kodish, Ph.D. who is also a faculty member in the Department of Biobehavioral Health.
For the full course description, please visit this link: NUTR 421.