Pearson eText Nutrition & You -- Access Card
Nutrition & You provides students with a personalized approach to understanding nutrition, teaching them to become informed consumers of nutrition information. Joan Salge Blake is known for her engaging writing style, where she addresses students directly, uses clear visuals to explain concepts, and captivates students with humor. Blake encourages students to think critically and relate the science of nutrition to their own dietary habits, enabling them to separate fact from fiction and to distinguish high-quality nutrient sources from those of lesser quality.
The 5th Edition includes the latest scientific research and updated coverage of hot topics such as the microbiome and food waste to engage students and encourage behavior change. Updated Practical Nutrition Tips videos feature Blake walking students through making better eating choices in their everyday lives.
For introductory Nutrition courses for Non-Majors.
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