Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Nutrition for Health
N220 | 6396 | Dr. Alice K. Lindeman, R.D.

Office Hours: Monday 9:00 - 11:30 a.m.	Tuesday: 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Appointments are made by stopping by the Department of Applied Health
Science (116 HPER) or calling 855-3627.  The secretary will then
schedule your appointment.  Do not call me directly to make your
appointment; this should be done through the secretary. I don't keep
my appointment book, she does.  If you have a quick question nor two
and prefer not to come in, you may choose to stop me after class or
call during office hours.

Associate Instructor:

Textbook:  Wardlaw, G. Contemporary Nutrition: Issues and Inquiries,
4th edition.
	Mosby Year Book: NY 1999.
	Includes 2 CD ROMs with it: FoodWords - College Edition
(nutrition software) and
			E-TEXT (provides text, media, study and
web-based materials)
	Publisher provides a web site with an on-line learning center
and study guide for each chapter, including quizzes for practice:

Class project materials notebook @ IMU Bookstore ONLY
		Bring this notebook to class on September 7.

Purpose:	N220 is offered as a general beginning course in human
nutrition for students outside of majors in dietetics or nutrition
science.  Emphasis is placed on the role of food and nutrients in
sustaining health.  Current concepts and controversies in nutrition
are highlighted.


1.	Students are expected to attend class on time and be willing
to participate.

2.	Exams: There are four (4) exams (including the final exam.)
Each exam is worth 40 points.  The final is not cumulative.  Types of
questions include multiple choice, matching and true/false.  You will
receive a brief review sheet of the lectures before each exam.  No
make up exams will be provided.

3.	Computer Modules:  Nutrition for a Healthy Lifestyle
	There are three (3) CAI (computer assisted instruction)
modules for which you are responsible.  Review of and instructions for
these modules will be on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER7.  By all means DO NOT
MISS THIS CLASS!!!  Although you will not be directly graded on
completion of these modules, they are considered testable material;
thus, it is in your grade's best interest to complete all modules.
Please note you have received release time to complete the modules.

	Following are those modules available and the exams on which
they will be covered.  Pages 6 & 7 of this syllabus include directions
and outlines of the module.
			EXAM 1. Food Groups
			EXAM 4. Eating Disorders: Anorexia
				     Eating Disorders: Bulimia

4.	Diet Analysis project (40 points):  On September 7 procedures
for completing the Diet Analysis Project will be discussed.  You will
record and analyze a 3-day food and activity record using the
FoodWorks - College Edition software program that comes with your
book.   If you do not have the CD-ROM or cannot use the one that came
with your book, you can access the program at the University PC
computer clusters.  You will also use the project book that you
purchased at the IMU Bookstore to further evaluate your diet, eating,
and lifestyle habits.  Your project grades will be based on
completeness and neatness of the project along with your analysis and
insight for appropriate dietary and lifestyle changes.

	This project has various due dates.  Please refer to your
class calendar and directions for completing the project for these

	Special note about handing in these projects: They are due IN
CLASS - at the end of class!!  You must hand in the project
(personally) to the Associate Instructor or to me so we can check off
that it has been received.   The only exception is early submission to
the Associate Instructor or to me by appointment.  A classmate cannot
hand in the project for you.  For every day late, you  receive  grade
off.  Saturday is 1 day and Sunday is another.  Weekends do not count
as one day.
	The project is worth 40 points.  Each phase of handing in the
project is graded.
		Part 1:   3 points
		Part 2: 10 points
		Part 3:   2 points
		Part 4: 25 points
	If any part is not turned in at the assigned time, an
additional 5 points will be subtracted
	from your total score

	If you lose your booklet, or a page becomes soiled, there will
be a copy on reserve in the HPER library for you to copy.

5.  Food Label Activity (20 points) In this activity, you can choose
one of three activities and
	complete the project alone or in pairs.  If in pairs, you will
each receive the same grade.  Your grade will be based on accuracy,
completeness and neatness.  These projects involve analyzing food
labels and/or your selection of foods.  Projects may be handed in at
any time up to NOVEMBER 9. Your grade for the project will be e-mailed
to you soon after you turn it in.    You will turn in your project (in
person ) to the AI (Associate Instructor) during her office hours or
to me at the END of class.  Projects WILL NOT be accepted before or at
the beginning of class. After the final project is graded, everyone
will receive the graded report. Instructions of this project are found
on pages 8-9 of this syllabus.

Grades:   220 points are achievable.  Your final breakdown of grades
	40 pts	Exam #1		
	40 pts	Exam #2		
	40 pts	Exam #3		
	40 pts	Exam #4 (final exam - not cumulative)		
	40 pts	Diet Analysis Project		
	20 pts	Food Label Activity

Each exam and the diet analysis project are worth 40 points.  To keep
up on your progress, here is how the score for the individual
exams/total diet analysis project corresponds with letter grades:
	A+ = 40	B+ = 35	C+ = 31	D+ = 27
	A   = 38	B   = 34	C   = 30	D   = 26
	A- = 36	B-  = 32	C- = 28	D- = 24

Final Grade:
	A+ = 220-214		B+ = 192-188		C+ = 171-166		
D+ = 149-144
	A   = 213-201		B   = 187-179		C   = 165-157		
D   = 143-135
	A- = 200-193		B-  = 178-172		C- =  156-150		
D- = 134-127

Course Evaluation: It is the policy of the School of HPER to evaluate
all courses taught through the School.  Final student course
evaluations will be conducted in a manner that maintains the integrity
of the process and the anonymity of evaluators.

Academic Integrity: Academic and personal misconduct by students in
this class are defined and dealt with according to the procedures in

Date	Topic	Reading(pg)
Aug. 29	Introduction: Nutrients  - Their Purpose, Digestion and
Absorption	Ch. 3
Aug. 31	Guidelines for Nutrition - RDA & DRI, US Goals, Food Guide
Pyramid, Nutrient Density, Food Label	Ch. 1 & 2;  Inside
front and back cover.
App. A-E
Sept. 5	Guidelines (continued)	
Sept 7	Computer and Project Reviews: Bring your project book	
Sept 12	Nutritional Assessment
Nutrition Misinformation 	Pg 28; App J
Sept. 14	Release time for modules	
Sept. 19	EXAM 1	
Sept. 21	Carbohydrates
*** Part 1 of Diet Analysis Project due ***	Ch. 4
Sept.  26	Sweeteners and Fiber	Ch. 4
Sept. 28	Lipids     	Ch. 5
Oct. 3	Heart Disease	pg. 167
Oct.  5	Protein	Ch. 6
Oct.  10 	Vegetarianism	pg. 201
Oct.  12	Vitamins, Focus: vit A, D, E (pg 211-216); vit C (pg
240); Folate (pg 235, 237)
*** Part 2 of Diet Analysis Project due ***	Ch. 7
Oct.  17	Exam 2 (Carbohydrate through vegetarianism)	
Oct. 19	Minerals Focus: Iron (anemia, pg 281); Calcium & Phosphorous
(osteoporosis, pg 301); Potassium &  Sodium (hypertension, pg 270)	
Ch. 8
Oct. 24	Above continued	
Oct.  26 	Supplementation	pg.  221
Oct. 31 	Hydration (including exercise)
*** Part 3 of Diet Analysis Project due ***	Ch 8 (pg 258-262)
Nov.  2	Exam 3 (Vitamins through supplementation)	
Nov.  7	Nutrition in fitness & exercise    VOTE!   	Ch. 10
Nov. 9	Energy balance
Obesity and weight control
*** Final date to accept Food Label Activity ***	Ch. 9
Nov.  14	Obesity and weight control (cont.)	
Nov. 16	Eating disturbances
*** Final Diet Analysis Project due ***	Ch. 11
Nov.  21	Release time for modules	
Nov. 28	Eating disturbances (cont.)	
Nov. 30	Food additives and food safety	Ch. 15
Dec.  5	Indulgences: Drugs, ETOH, Caffeine	Drugs:handout
ETOH: pg 442, 506
Caffeine: pg 530, App I
Dec 7	Food Habits	Ch 1


	Thursday, Dec 14, 2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. in this room,
Education Building Room 1120.