With a clear and concise format, Handbook of Nutrition and Food presents the quantitative and qualitative data and information needed by nutritionists, dieticians, and health care professionals. It proceeds from human development to body systems and disease to micro/macro nutrients and concludes with nutrition counseling and community nutrition. Se

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Part I: Food

chapter 1|94 pages

Food Constituents

ByCarolyn D. Berdanier

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Part II: Metabolism

chapter 2|22 pages

Metabolic Maps

ByCarolyn D. Berdanier

chapter 3|40 pages

Tables of Clinical Significance

ByCarolyn D. Berdanier

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Part III: Comparative Nutrition

chapter 4|10 pages

Animal Needs and Uses (Comparative Nutrition)

ByWilliam P. Flatt

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Part IV: Human Nutrient Needs in the Life Cycle

chapter 5|28 pages

Nutrition during Pregnancy and Lactation

ByKathryn M. Kolasa, David G. Weismiller

chapter 6|16 pages

Feeding the Premature Infant

chapter 7|22 pages

Feeding the Term Infant

ByJatinder Bhatia, Colleen Bucher, Chantrapa Bunyapan

chapter 8|58 pages

Nutrition for Healthy Children and Adolescents Ages 2 to 18 Years

BySuzanne Domel Baxter

chapter 9|20 pages

The Health-Promoting Diet throughout Life: Adults

ByMarsha Read

chapter 10|18 pages

Nutrition in the Later Years

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Part V: Human Nutritional Status Assessment

chapter 11|14 pages

Dietary Guidelines, Food Guidance, and Diet Quality

ByEileen Kennedy

chapter 12|20 pages

Dietary Guidelines in Three Regions of the World

ByJohanna Dwyer, Odilia I. Bermudez, Leh Chii Chwang, Karin Koehn, Chin-Ling Chen

chapter 13|20 pages

Healthy People — Goals and Interpretations

ByMargaret Tate, Matthew P. Van Tine

chapter 14|14 pages

Food Labeling: Foods and Dietary Supplements

ByConstance J. Geiger

chapter 15|28 pages

Nutrition Monitoring in the United States

ByKaril Bialostosky, Ronette R. Briefel, Jean Pennington

chapter 17|10 pages

Nutrition Monitoring and Research Studies: Observational Studies

BySuzanne E. Perumean-Chaney, Gary Cutter

chapter 19|18 pages

Dietary Intake Assessment: Methods for Adults

ByHelen Smiciklas-Wright, Diane C. Mitchell, Jenny H. Ledikwe

chapter 20|28 pages

Validity and Reliability of Dietary Assessment in School-Age Children

ByR. Sue McPherson, Deanna M. Hoelscher, Maria Alexander, Kelley S. Scanlon, Mary K. Serdula

chapter 21|16 pages

Methods and Tols for Dietary Intake Assessment in Individuals vs. Groups

ByRuth E. Patterson

chapter 22|20 pages

The Use of Food Frequency Questionnaires in Minority Populations

ByRebecca S. Reeves

chapter 23|8 pages

Computerized Nutrient Analysis Systems

ByJudith M. Ashley, Sue Grossbauer

chapter 24|14 pages

Nutrient Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies

ByAlan R. Dyer, Kiang Liu, Christopher T. Sempos

chapter 25|10 pages

Medical Nutritional Evaluation

ByElaine B. Feldman

chapter 26|12 pages

Assessment of Lipids and Lipoproteints

chapter 27|18 pages

Genetics of Energy and Nutrient Intake

ByTreva Rice, Louis Perusse, Claude Bouchard

chapter 28|12 pages

Documentation to Improve Medical Assessment Access and Reimbursement

ByJessica A. Krenkel

chapter 29|4 pages

Body Composition Assessment

ByCarolyn D. Berdanier

chapter 30|20 pages

The How and Why of Body Composition Assessment

ByMarta D. Van Loan

chapter 31|16 pages

Frame Size, Circumferences, and Skinfolds

ByBarbara J. Scott

chapter 32|22 pages

Height, Weight, and Body Mass Index (BMI) in Childhood

ByChristine L. Williams, Mary Horlick

chapter 34|4 pages

Glossary of Terms Used in Energy Assessment

ByCarolyn D. Berdanier

chapter 35|24 pages

Metabolic Assessment of the Overweight Patient

ByShawn C. Franckowiak, Kim M. Forde, Ross E. Andersen

chapter 36|20 pages

Energy Assessment: Physical Activity

ByM. Joao Almeida, Steven N. Blair

chapter 37|16 pages


ByBryan C. Bergman, James O. Hill

chapter 38|14 pages

Environmental Challenges and Assessment*

ByGary D. Foster, Suzanne Phelan

chapter 39|12 pages

Psychological Tests

ByVictor R. Pendleton, John P. Foreyt

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Part VI: Modified Diets

chapter 40|32 pages

Vegetarian Diets in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

ByClaudia S. Plaisted, Kelly M. Adams

chapter 41|18 pages

1 Definition of Food Allergy

chapter 42|24 pages

2 Introduction

chapter 43|20 pages

Parenteral Nutrition

ByGail A. Cresci, Robert G. Martindale

chapter 44|18 pages

Sports — Elite Athletes

ByMichael F. Bergeron

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Part VII: Clinical Nutrition

chapter 45|26 pages

Alcohol: Its Metabolism and Interaction with Nutrients

ByCharles S. Lieber

chapter 46|20 pages


chapter 47|38 pages

Nutritional Treatment of Blood Pressure: Nonpharmacologic Therapy

ByL. Michael Prisant

chapter 49|18 pages

Chemoprevention of Cancer in Humans by Dietary Means

ByElizabeth K. Weisburger, Ritva Butrum

chapter 50|16 pages

Nutrition and Cancer Treatment

ByDavid Heber, Susan Bowerman

chapter 51|16 pages

Cardiovascular Disease Risk — Prevention by Diet

ByElaine B. Feldman

chapter 52|16 pages

Hyperlipidemias and Nutrient-Gene Interactions

ByElaine B. Feldman

chapter 53|36 pages


chapter 54|22 pages

Nutrition and Oral Medicine

ByDominick P. DePaola, Connie Mobley, and Riva Touger-Decker

chapter 55|28 pages

Foodborne Infections and Infestations

chapter 56|22 pages

Nutrition and the Hollow Organs of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

ByEce A. Mutlu, Gökhan M. Mutlu, Sohrab Mobarhan

chapter 57|34 pages

Nutrition and the Hollow Organs of the Lower Gastrointestinal Tract

ByEce A. Mutlu, Gökhan M. Mutlu, Sohrab Mobarhan

chapter 58|20 pages

Nutrient Metabolism and Support in the Normal and Diseased Liver

ByMark T. DeMeo

chapter 59|16 pages

Nutrition and the Pancreas: Physiology and Interventional Strategies

ByMark.T. DeMeo

chapter 60|20 pages

Renal Nutrition

ByJane M. Greene, Lynn Thomas

chapter 61|16 pages

Disorders of the Skeleton and Kidney Stones

ByStanley Wallach

chapter 62|6 pages

2 Introduction

chapter 63|16 pages

3 Introduction

chapter 64|20 pages

Vitamin Deficiencies

ByRichard S. Rivlin

chapter 65|30 pages

Rationale for Use of Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

ByAllen M. Perelson, Leon Ellenbogen

chapter 66|18 pages

6 Introduction

chapter 67|26 pages

Nutritional Therapies for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders

ByG. Franklin Carl

chapter 68|22 pages

Eating Disorders (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder)

ByDiane K. Smith, Christian R. Lemmon

chapter 69|20 pages

Adult Obesity

ByDiane K. Smith, Sandra B. Leonard

chapter 70|14 pages

Childhood Obesity and Exercise

ByScott Owens, Bernard Gutin, Paule Barbeau

chapter 71|26 pages

Trace Mineral Deficiencies

chapter 72|20 pages

Questionable Practices in Foods and Nutrition: Definitions and Descriptions

ByStephen Barrett, Victor Herbert