Education: B.S., University of California at Davis (Nutrition); M.S. The Pennsylvania State University (Nutrition)
Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and SCAN (Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists)
I have been teaching at De Anza College since 1991. Early in my professional life, I worked as a WIC Nutritionist (Women, Infants and Children, a federally funded program) and as a research nutritionist at UCLA. I was a consultant at The Health Research and Studies Center in Los Altos from 1991 until it closed in 2007 where I coordinated research studies involving nutrition and health. I was the nutritionist at the El Camino YMCA in Mountain View for many years.
I teach my students that food is not the enemy. We do not have to choose between eating delicious -- but unhealthy -- food OR eating healthy -- but not so delicious -- food. We CAN enjoy our food without sacrificing good health.
Classes I Teach
|12231||BIOL 45||1||Introduction to Human Nutrition|
|12232||NUTR 10||61Z||Contemporary Nutrition|
|12013||NUTR 62G||61Z||Dieting (Sifting Fact from Fiction)|
|00256||BIOL 45||61||Introduction to Human Nutrition|
|43650||BIOL 45||64Z||Introduction to Human Nutrition|
|44795||NUTR 10||64Z||Contemporary Nutrition|
|44796||NUTR 10||65Z||Contemporary Nutrition|
|44274||NUTR 62G||64Z||Dieting (Sifting Fact from Fiction)|
Syllabi are in downloadable PDFs. Check with instructor if there is no syllabi listed or what you see is not for the most current term information.
- Nutrition 10: Contemporary Nutrition (Online)
- Biology 45 - Introduction to Human Nutrition - (Face-to-Face)
- Biology 45 - Introduction to Human Nutrition - (Online)
- Nutrition 62G - Dieting: Sifting Fact from Fiction (Online)