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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2024 Semester Two (1245)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2024 Semester One (1243)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

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MEDSCI 712

: Critical Evaluation of Nutritional Therapies
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The suggested roles for micronutrients, 'nutriceuticals' and functional foods in general health, exercise performance and disease are evaluated using an evidence-based approach. The roles of micronutrients as dietary supplements and the potential actions of nutriceuticals and functional foods are also critically evaluated. Regulatory and ethical issues in the use of nutritional remedies are considered, including their use as supplements in chemotherapy or other conventional therapies, or in individuals with no symptoms.
Subject: Medical Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet