Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, Volume 2
Maurice Edward Shils, James A. Olson, Moshe Shike
Lea & Febiger, 1994 - Diet therapy - 731 pages
Chapters cover energy and specific dietary components. The role of nutrition in relation to integrated biologic systems is reviewed. Methods of nutritional assessment are discussed as are dietary and nutritional interrelations with diseases.
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