The course is designed to impart knowledge about different types of toxins found in foods, assessment of food toxins, various food laws and standards and to make the students understand the importance of various nutrients in maintaining and improving the immunity of individuals. It helps with familiarizing with newer concepts in the dietary management of various disorders and diseases to attain profound knowledge of the aetiology of diseases, disorders and preventive nutrition.
The candidate should have completed Bachelor’s Degree in Home Science or Nutrition or Dietetics or Food Science or Biology or Microbiology or Clinical Biochemistry or Life Sciences or BNYS (Naturopathy) or BAMS (Ayurveda) or PG Diploma in Dietetics from a recognized University, with minimum 50 % aggregate marks or equivalent.
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