DHYG 430 Biochemistry and Nutrition

(formerly DHYG 330) Covers the relationship of diet and  nutrition to various diseases such as periodontal disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity will be considered, as will the nurtritional considerations of patients with special needs.  Each major nutrient group will be covered along with its biological role.  The biochemical or physiological role of required dietary nurtrients and the relevance of nutrition to preventive denistry will be emphasized Methods of instruction include guided facilitation, demonstration, case studies, and classroom activities. 

This is a blended course. 




DHYG 332, DHYG 370, DHYG 375, and DHYG 325. This is a blended course.