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Author(s): Tracy Berman
Nutrition and Fitness provides the information students need to make positive nutritional changes. The other 50% of this course material is based on physical activity as “the great protector of your health.”
Nutrition and Fitness features topics on:
Author(s): Peter S Murano
Peter Murano’s Exploring Food Science & Technology introduces the subject of food science in a thorough, understandable way, making it the perfect text for both beginning majors as well as students who are simply curious about the field. It examines the interdisciplinary nature of food science and contains detailed chapters on topics such as food microbiology and toxicology, the molecular structure of food, nutrition, and food processing/engineering.
Author(s): Lisa Schmidt, Maria Napoli
We all have an intimate connection with food and the environment.
Sustainable Living & Mindful Eating explores the interconnected nature between food choices, sustainability, and health and wellness. Examined are the array of forces that affect the foods human beings eat, and when, where, and how we eat them, including human labor, agriculture, environmental sustainability, politics, animal rights/welfare, public policy, culture, economics, business, trade, and psychology.
Author(s): Colin P Roche, Claudette Levesque Ware, Bradley J Ware
Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools & Tips was written as a comprehensive resource for both new and “seasoned” culinary arts, food service, and hospitality instructors. It serves as a valuable source of information for secondary and post-secondary culinary educators filled with specific, concrete, and achievable lab and classroom teaching techniques.
Culinary Educators' Teaching Tools & Tips addresses the many issues related to student learning and instructor effectiveness including:
Author(s): Joan C. Turner, Civita A. Brown
The Pips of Child Life Series is essential material for child life and play specialists, health care professionals, students, educators, and scholars interested in the history of psychosocial care of children and families in hospitals.
Author(s): Lynne Goeldner
Where Was This Book When I Became a Parent? A Caretaker's Condensed and Straight-Forward Guide to Enhancing Development Through Infancy is a valuable theoretically-based tool to enhance children’s development, especially during pregnancy.