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HUM-FL-1 Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.
HUM-FL-2 Outline the function of the digestive system and absorption process during the lifespan.
HUM-FL-3 Design and demonstrate a nutritious diet.
HUM-FL-4 Identify and discuss the requirements of maternal and fetal nutrition during pregnancy.
VS HUM-FL-5 Investigate the proper feeding of newborns by analyzing nutritional requirements and potential deficiencies of mother and child during the first weeks after birth.
HUM-FL-6 Develop a nutritionally balanced diet for infants from birth through the first year of life.
HUM-FL-7 Develop a nutritionally balanced diet for children in the different stages of childhood.
HUM-FL-8 Develop a nutritionally balanced diet for an adolescent.
HUM-FL-9 Develop a nutritionally-balanced diet for the middle adult years.
HUM-FL-10 Develop a nutritionally balanced diet for the elderly.
HUM-FL-11 Research careers in foods and nutrition.
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