‘Sports Nutrition’ Course Offered Spring 2011 St. Thomas Newsroom November 9, 2010 Sports Nutrition (HLTH 490-01) will be offered through the Health and Human Performance Department in spring semester 2011. The course will help students develop a deeper understanding for how metabolism and nutritional requirements may be altered in physically active individuals, from general fitness enthusiasts to elite athletes. A combination of lecture, discussion and athlete case studies will be used to analyze how foods, food supplements, vitamins and minerals, and ergogenic aids may or may not impact metabolism and performance. The goal of the course is to determine the plausibility of common sports nutrition claims by applying basic nutrition, biologic and physiologic principles. Through course materials, students will become better equipped to communicate and apply sound nutrition practices to physically active individuals and athletes. For more information contact Lisa Keiser, office coordinator, Health and Human Performance Department. RelatedWellness Center Sponsors Individual Dietitian AppointmentsHealth and Human Performance Department Adds Several Two-credit Physical Activity CoursesDietician to the Pros to Talk on ‘Nutrition for the Everyday Athlete’ TomorrowLooking for Two-credit Courses for J-Term, Spring Semester?