Food and Nutrition

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
8 Reviews
This popular text has been completely revised and updated in full colour to provide comprehensive coverage of the new GCSE syllabuses in Home Economics: Food and Nutrition. It will also be a valuable resource for students on courses in D&T: Food Technology, and GNVQ Health and Social Care and Hospitality and Catering. This new edition includes the latest nutritional guidelines, with a new chapter on meeting particular dietary needs. Differentiated revision questions are included throughout the book, with structured questions and tasks at the end of each chapter.
 

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This book is excellent for all users (bother school and home users); more especially in secondary schools and colleges for students who study food and nutrition.
I truly love this book as it is more interesting and educative.

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Contents

Nutrition
1
Carbohydrate
9
Watersoluble vitamins
16
Water
26
Digestion and absorption
33
Nutritional labelling
40
Questions and activities
50
Toddlers and young children
59
Cream
105
Eggs
112
Fish
126
Vegetables
132
Herbs
140
Fast food
147
Methods of cooking
176
Dry methods of cooking
183

Senior citizens
65
Food intolerance
71
Food production processing
77
Cereals
85
Fats and oils
91
Sugar and sweeteners
97
Microwave cookery
190
Use of leftover foods
203
The kitchen
235
175
275
Weights
277
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