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NFS 095
 
The Science of Energy Balance 
 
A One-Credit Online Course
 
Summer 2013 SessionJuly 15, 2013 – August 9, 2013Instructor:
Stephen J. Pintauro, Ph.D.Associate ProfessorDept. Nutrition and Food SciencesEmail:stephen.pintauro@uvm.eduOffice Phone: 656-0541
Course Description:
This online course is designed as an introduction to the concepts related to energyutilization in nutritional science, and the application of these concepts to our dailylives. Students will learn the components of energy balance (intake andexpenditure), the role of macronutrients and micronutrients, the use of nutritionlabeling information related to energy balance, and how to apply all of thisinformation to maintain a healthy body weight. Students will also calculate andanalyze their personal energy intakes and expenditures over a three day period andcreate a personal action plan.
Course Requirements:
This is an entirely online “Web-based” course. You will have unlimited access to thecourse Website between July 15, 2013 and August 9, 2013. You are free to workthrough the lessons and activities at your own pace. However, you will be required tocomplete seven short (10 questions each) online quizzes after each lesson. You willalso be required to complete a personal 3-day dietary record of your entire foodintake, and a three day record of your physical activity estimates. You will then berequired to analyze your diet using a diet analysis tool and draft a personal actionplan. Finally, since this is a newly developed online course, we are very interestedin obtaining feedback on all aspects of the course (usability of the website, clarity ofthe course content, usefulness of the course activities and videos, etc.). So, you willbe required to complete a course evaluation (not graded) at the end of the course.
 
Syllabus
Completed (recommended sequence) between July 15 – August 9, 2013
Pre-Assessments (
must be completed by July 17, 2013 
)
§
Demographics Questionnaire
§
Energy Balance Pre-Survey
§
Energy Balance Pre-AssessmentLesson One: Where does energy come from?Lesson Two: What is energy balance?
·
Begin 3-Day Food Recall (iDAT) and3-Day Physical Activity Recall (TDEE calculator)Lesson Three: The components of energy expenditureLesson Four: Energy intake – macronutrientsLesson Five: Energy intake – micronutrientsLesson Six: Food labelingLesson Seven: Weight maintenance and health
·
3-Day Energy Balance Assignment
·
Action Plan AssignmentPost-Assessments
§
Energy Balance Post-Survey
§
Energy Balance Post-AssessmentCourse Evaluation
Grading:
Completed: Lesson Quizzes 50 Points3-Day Energy Balance Assignment 50 Points3-Day Food Recall3-Day Physical Activity RecallPersonalized Action Plan 30 PointsFinal Knowledge Assessment 50 PointsCourse Evaluation (not graded) 20 Points200 Points191 - 200 Points = A+180 - 190 Points = A170 179 Points = B+160 169 Points = B150 159 Points = C+140 149 Points = C130 139 Points = D+120 129 Points = DBelow 120 Points = F
Grading:
You will not be graded on the nutritional quality of your diet or your physicalactivity level. Instead, you will be graded on the completion of your 3-day Food Recalls, 3-

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