Essentials of Nutrition: A Functional Approach
by Maureen Zimmerman, Beth Snow
Publisher: Flat World Knowledge 2012
A textbook aimed at non-majors for the nutrition course. With this text your students will examine some of the popular myths about nutrition and will develop a foundation for making smart dietary choices and to debunk these common nutrition myths.
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