Nutrition, Volume 1

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Nutrition - 740 pages
Nutrition is unique in its behavioral approach--challenging students to actively participate, not just memorize the material. Offering a balanced coverage of behavioral change and the science of nutrition.
 

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Contents

Nutrients and Nourishment
3
Brief Contents Chapter 1 Nutrients and Nourishment
4
Cultural Influences
9
Minerals
15
Chapter
16
Peer Review of Experimental Results
21
Linking Nutrients Foods and Health
27
Nutrition Guidelines and Assessment
28
WaterSoluble Vitamins
361
Water and Major Minerals
378
LEARNING Iudolin 350
392
Chapter 10
398
Thiamin
399
Sources of Niacin
405
Dietary Recommendations for Vitamin B6
411
Folate Toxicity
417

FYI Definitions for Nutrient Content Claims
31
Diet and Health 642
32
Using the Guidelines in Diet Planning
33
Exchange Lists
39
Food Labels
46
Health Claims
51
Spotlight on Complementary and Alternative Nutrition
53
Clinical Observations
57
Spotlight on Complementary
66
Regulation by the FDA
72
Megadoses in Conventional Medical Management
78
Digestion and Absorption
100
FYI Lactose intolerance
112
Circulation of Nutrients
118
Carbohydrates
134
Carbohydrates and Health
157
Lipids
166
Triglycerides
172
Phospholipids
178
Phospholipid Functions
179
Digestion and Absorption
185
IntermediateDensity Lipoprotein
191
Lipids and Health
198
Proteins and Amino Acids
206
Metabolism
215
Chapter 15
223
Monosaccharides
228
Fuel for Work
246
An Energy Shuttle for Biosynthesis
252
Extracting Energy from Fat
259
Making Fat Fatty Acids
266
Special States
272
Diabetes and Obesity
278
Spotlight on Alcohol
284
Removing Alcohol from Circulation
290
FYI Changing the Culture
296
Does Alcohol Have Benefits?
302
Energy Balance Body Composition and Weight Management
310
FYI Whats Neat about NEAT?
318
Estimating Total Energy Expenditure
321
Body Fat Distribution
327
Weight Management
335
Thinking and Emotions
341
FatSoluble Vitamins
358
LEARNING urdulie
426
The Essential Ingredient for Life
432
Trace Minerals
443
Hypernatremia
445
Dietary Recommendations for Calcium
452
Hyperphosphatemia
458
for Manganese
493
Fluoride
494
Silicon
500
Sports Nutrition
508
Carbohydrate and Exercise
517
B Vitamins
523
Major Minerals and Health 460
533
The Panacea for Optimal Performance?
534
Spotlight on Eating Disorders
535
What About Bobbie?
540
Spotlight on Eating Disorders
546
Bulimia Nervosa
553
An Overlooked Population
559
Maternal and Infant Nutrition
569
Maternal Weight Gain
576
Special Situations during Pregnancy
582
Benefits of Breastfeeding
588
Newborn Breastfeeding
594
FYI Fruit Juices and Drinks
600
From Childhood
607
From Childhood through Adulthood
608
NutritionRelated Concerns for Adolescents
620
Protein
626
Anorexia of Aging
632
Diet and Health
634
Label to Table 461
637
Oligosaccharides 139
653
Management of Diabetes
671
Label to Table
677
LEARNING ubulin 462
678
Food Safety and Technology
686
FYI Seafood Safety
692
Keeping Food Safe
699
Food Technology
705
Benefits of Genetic Engineering
711
World View of Nutrition
720
Carbohydrate Digestion and Absorption 142
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