The Dietitian's Guide to Vegetarian Diets: Issues and Applications

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 587 pages
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The Dietitian’s Guide to Vegetarian Diets, Second Edition highlights the trends and research on vegetarian diets and provides practical ideas in the form of “counseling points” to help dietitians and other health care providers convey information to their clients. The text presents vital information on vegetarian nutritional needs, healthier and more satisfying diets, and guidelines for treating clients of all ages and clients with special considerations, such as pregnant women, athletes, and diabetics.New to the Second Editionn New chapter on macronutrient balance in diets takes an in-depth look at carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in the diet.n Extensive coverage of Soyfoods and phytochemicals.
 

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An excellent guide on determining plant sources for various nutrients and planning healthy vegan and vegetarian diets according to dietary need. Written for dietitians, it may be too dense for those ... Read full review

Contents

Demographics and Definitions
3
Health Consequences of Vegetarian Diets
15
Chapter3 Protein
67
Fats
85
Calcium
99
Conclusion
114
Minerals
125
Chapter? Vitamins
170
VEGETARIAN DIETS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE
299
Vegetarian Diets in Infancy
329
Preschool and SchoolAge Children
349
Vegetarian Diets for Older People
391
Carbohydrates Fat and Chronic Disease
411
Vegetarian Food Preparation
437
Glossary of Vegetarian Foods
445
Resources on Vegetarian Diet
451

Chapters Phytochemicals
218
Chapters Soyfoods
237
Food Guides for Vegetarians
288
Appendixes
459
Index
573
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