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Concept of portion and planning a weekly diet. Graduates of our programme acquire the following knowledge didtoterapia develop the following skills: Eating habits and obesity. Basics and general CG1.

Ability to resolve problems CG Basic computer skills CG The day of the exam review is published along with the results. The student who has not presented one or two of the projects will need to present the work on the last day of class and the maximum score of this work will be 5. The final mark awarded will reflect the average mark achieved in examination and with projects, dietoterapka a minimum of 5 out of 10 for each project and examination.

The training activities will consist of sessions, tutored work and self-employment and develop from: Planning and administration skills CG4. Basic general knowledge of the study dietiterapia CG8.


Ability to put theory into practice CG3. Identify nutrients and the foodstuffs they can be found in. Diaz de Santos; Mataix Verdu J. Food groups and their composition: Recommendations on diet therapy: Be able to provide parents and primary carers with nutrition-related education.

The close relationship between nutrition and health is crystal clear nowadays.

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Rota P, Castro ME. Decision-making abilities Specific competences CE Eating habits during infancy and adolescence. Review of the examination. Know and be able to assess the nutritional needs of the unhealthy and unhealthy during their lifetime to promote and support healthy eating norms.

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Eating during the first year of life from 0 to 12 months 6. Objectives and nutritional food pyramid. Eating habits for the elderly. Identify the necessary nutrients and foods. Ability to analyse and contrast CG2.

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Only those who have confirmed attendance will be addressed. Identify the most common nutritional problems and decide on the most appropriate dietary recommendations.

Interamericana Mc Graw-Hill; Eating habits for the pregnant and during breastfeeding. The course involves continuous assessment, via the presentation of an individual alimejtacion, a group project and one examination February sitting. At least a 5 must be achieved to pass the subject. Ability to administer information CG Identify the most frequent nutritional problems and choose the most appropriate dietary recommendations.


Review of the examination The day dietoetrapia the exam review is published along with the results. Ability to apply critical awareness and self-awareness CG Eating during the first year of life from 0 to 12 months.

Diaz de Santos; This subject aims to provide the following competences either partially or completely: In multi-professional teams, nurses are responsible for providing care and the necessary knowledge to attend to and educate people during different phases of life, and this accounts for the great importance given to the knowledge and assessment of the nutritional needs of people with health problems in order to alimenttacion and reinforce healthy eating habits with appropriate diet-based recommendations.

Acquiring good eating habits during childhood and being aware of what our nutritional needs are during each phase of life will help us to avoid some of the most frequent illnesses affecting our society such as obesity, cardiovascular disorders, diabetes, osteoporosis, etc.