Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-based Approach
Sari Edelstein, Judith Sharlin
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 532 pages
Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach uses the latest evidence-based research to explore the nutritional foundations and the growth, development and normal functioning of individuals through each stage of life. It covers the physiological, biochemical, sociological, and developmental factors that affect nutrient requirements and recommendations at various stages of the life cycle.
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Major Pediatric and Adult Nutrition Studies Carol E ONeil PhD MPH LDN RD Theresa A Nicklas DrPH Elizabeth MetallinosKatsaras PhD RD and Sa...
SECTION 1 EvidenceBased Nutrition in the Life Cycle Prenatal to the Adolescent
CHAPTER 2 Nutritional Requirements During Pregnancy and Lactation Normal Infant Nutrition Jennifer L Bueche PhD RD CDN and Rachelle Lesse...
CHAPTER 3 Normal Nutrition for Toddler Through SchoolAged Children and the Role of Parents in Promoting Healthy Nutrition in Early Childhoo...
CHAPTER 4 Normal Adolescent Nutrition Pamela S Hinton PhD
Genetics and Inborn Errors of Metabolism and Failure to Thrive Laura Harkness PhD RD Sara Snow MS RD and Claire Blais RD LDN CNSD
Vitamins and Minerals in Childhood and Children with Disabilities Aaron Owens MS RD and Harriet H Cloud MS RD FADA
Pediatric Vegetarianism Childhood Overweight and Food Allergies Reed Mangels PhD RD Inger StallmannJorgensen MS RD LD Edna HarrisDavis ...
Physical Activity and Weight Management Stella Lucia Volpe PhD RD LDN FACSM
Diet LifeStyle Disease and Pharmacologic Considerations Roschelle Heuberger PhD RD
Unique Nutrition Issues in the Older Adult Karen M Funderburg MS RD LD and Migy K Mathews MD
Roles and Responsibilities of the Registered Dietitian on LongTerm Care Victoria Hammer Castellanos PhD RD and Angela Sader RD LD MBA
Nutritional and Ethical Issues at the End of Life Judith Sharlin PhD RD and I David Todres MD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Growth Charts
Dietary Reference Intakes DRIs
Body Mass Index for Adults
Dietary Guidelines for Athletes Pediatric Diabetes and Disordered Eating Pamela S Hinton PhD and Karen ChapmanNovakofski RD LDN PhD
SECTION 2 Adult EvidenceBased Nutrition in the Life Cycle
Chronic Disease Nutritional Assessment Jennifer L Bueche PhD RD CDN
Nutrition and Public Health Judith Sharlin PhD RD
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Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach, Part 2
Sari Edelstein, Ph.D.
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