During pregnancy, the nutritional status of the mother has life-long health consequences for her child. Proper nutrient intake and weight gain are critical for ensuring the child’s long-term health. This pregnancy course covers all the nutrient recommendations and special problems that may arise, such as nausea and vomiting, PICA, inappropriate weight gain, pre-eclampsia, and exercising. Once women reach menopause, many women are looking to maintain their health through healthful eating, which is discussed in this bundle. Other women are dealing with health issues related to aging such as arthritis, cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease, sarcopenia, cachexia and wasting. Dietary solutions to these and other health concerns are provided. Designated for Certified Health Education Specialists and Master Certified Health Education Specialists, this series provides 20 CECH credits.