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Assistant/Associate Professor
Texas A&M University - Department of Nutrition
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About Texas A&M University - Department of Nutrition
The Department of Nutrition was established upon a rich heritage of Aggie leadership in nutrition and dedicated to expanding the embrace of the Aggie family worldwide. In creating the Department, the state of Texas and Texas A&M University recognized the importance of food choices in living a healthy life. Families, schools, communities, and businesses all benefit when people make nutritious choices as part of a healthy lifestyle. It is important that people have the knowledge to make the right food choices when eating at home and away from home. It is the mission of the Department of Nutrition and Food Science to: Nutrition is involved in almost all of the processes of human life. The field ranges from discovering the role of citrus limonoids on cell signalling and the development of breast cancer – to the effect of amino acids like arginine on protein metabolism and muscle mass – to the effect of nutrition education programs on glycosylated hemoglobin levels of individuals with diabetes. Indeed, nutrition is central to growing concerns of obesity and severe chronic health diseases.
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