Nutrition Information and Misinformation
Consumers obtain much of their nutrition information from the internet, television news, and magazine articles. What we eat every day is influenced by many factors.
After studying Module 1: Lecture Materials & Resources, answer the following:
Introduce yourself: Why are you taking Nutrition? What degree are you pursuing?
Discuss what influences what you eat every day and provide at least one example (ex: TV ads, busy life, culture, family, religion, etc.).
150 WORDS, 2 ACADEMIC RESOURCES, NO WEBSITE REFERENCE!!!
Misinformation about Nutritional Facts
The internet, television news, and magazine articles provide a lot of nutrition information to consumers. Many things influence what we eat on a daily basis.
Answer the following questions after studying Module 1: Lecture Materials & Resources:
Introduce yourself as follows: What is your motivation for taking Nutrition? What are you studying for your degree?
Discuss and share at least one example of what influences what you eat on a daily basis (ex: TV ads, busy life, culture, family, religion, etc.).
NO WEBSITE REFERENCE, 150 WORDS, AND TWO ACADEMIC RESOURCES!!!