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Nutritional Sciences

  • Forword by David Beckmann -- Executive summary -- Introduction -- Chapter 1. Hunger and health over the life course -- Chapter 2. Partnering for collective impact -- Chapter 3. Unprecendented gains, undeniable challenges: hunger, health, and inequality in developing countries -- Conclusion: A transformational agenda.
  • 2012From: Karger
    volume editor, Manfred Lamprecht.
    Beta-alanine supplementation in high-intensity exercise / Harris, R.C., Sale, C. -- Arginine and citrulline supplementation in sports and exercise : ergogenic nutrients / Sureda, A., Pons, A. -- Dietary nitrate and O2 consumption during exercise / Jones, A.M., Bailey, S.J., Vanhatalo, A. -- GABA supplementation and growth hormone response / Powers, M. -- Exercise, intestinal barrier dysfunction, and probiotic supplementation / Lamprecht, M., Frauwallner, A. -- Pleuran (glucan from pleurotus ostreatus) : an effective nutritional supplement against upper respiratory tract infections / Majtan, J. -- Bovine colostrum and immune function after exercise / Davison, G. -- Supplementation with mixed fruit and vegetable concentrates in relation to exercise, performance and sport : scientific insight and practical relevance / Lamprecht, M. -- Cherry juice targets antioxidant potential and pain relief / Kuehl, K.S. -- Impact of milk consumption and resistance training on body composition of female athletes -- Josse, A.R., Phillips, S.M. -- Glycerol use in hyperhydration and rehydration : scientific update -- Van Rosendal, S.P., Coombes, J.S. -- Salt and fluid loading : effects on blood volume and exercise performance / Mora-Rodriguez, R., Hamouti, N. -- Milk protein and the restoration of fluid balance after exercise / James, L. -- Chocolate milk : a post-exercise recovery beverage for endurance sports / Pritchett, K., Pritchett, R. -- Role of supplementary l-carnitine in exercise and exercise recovery / Huang, A., Owen, K. -- Supplements and inadvertent doping : how big is the risk to athletes? / Judkins, C., Prock, P.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Giamila Fantuzzi, Theodore Mazzone, editors.
    The field of adipose tissue biology has been expanding at a very rapid pace in the last few years. Numerous advances have been made since publication of the first edition of this book, in terms of basic adipocyte biology, understanding of the determinants of obesity, distribution of body fat and weight loss, as well as the mechanisms linking excess adiposity to various co-morbidities. Adipose Tissue and Adipokines in Health and Disease, Second Edition contains updated chapters from the previous volume but as the field has evolved, some areas covered in the first edition have been refocused to address the new knowledge. The volume is divided in four sections: the first two deal with basic adipose tissue and adipokine biology, while the last two address the problem of obesity and alterations in adipose tissue function from an epidemiological and clinical standpoint. The chapters are written by experts in their fields and include the most up to date scientific information. Adipose Tissue and Adipokines in Health and Disease, Second Edition is a useful resource for physicians interested in adipose tissue biology and basic scientists who want to know more about applied aspects of the field. The book targets endocrinologists, residents and fellows, internists, nutritionists and general practitioners who are exposed to an ever-expanding obese population.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    editor, Miranda Lomer.
    Physiology and function of the gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary tract -- Dietary components relevant to gastrointestinal health -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Hepatobiliary disorders.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by A. D. Hocking, J.I. Pitt, R.A. Samson and U. Thrane.
    Section 1. Understanding the fungi producing important mycotoxins -- Section 2. Media and method development in food mycology -- Section 3. Physiology and ecology of mycotoxigenic fungi -- Section 4. Control of fungi and mycotoxins in foods.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2014From: Springer
    Vincenzo Zappia, Salvatore Panico, Gian Luigi Russo, Alfredo Budillon, Fulvio Della Ragione, editors.
    This book comprises proceedings from the Third International Conference on Advances in Nutrition and Cancer, held in Naples in May 2012. This highly multidisciplinary meeting analyzed nutrition and cancer from different perspectives and on the basis of distinct and up-to-date experimental approaches. Knowledge on the relation between lifestyle, diet, and cancer is explored in a number of contributions, and the role of dietary intervention in cancer patients is discussed. Issues of vital interest to the research community, such as epidemiological and experimental oncology (genetics, epigenetics, and the mechanisms of action of natural compounds in the diet), receive detailed consideration. A further key topic is the emerging molecular technologies (the -omics) that can cast light on the interplay between nutrition and human malignancies. Chapters take the form of reviews that include sections presenting expert opinions. Advances in Nutrition and Cancer will be an invaluable source of topical information for all researchers and clinicians with an interest in this field.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Fangsen Xu, Heiner E. Goldbach, Patrick H. Brown, Richard W. Bell, Toru Fujiwara, Curtiss D. Hunt, Sabine Goldberg, and Lei Shi.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ingrid Kohlstadt.
    "This book features chapters leading physicians in disease management applying the latest scientific advances linking nutrition to the clinical practice of medicine. Each chapter offers adjuncts to standard care, fewer side-effects, improved risk-reduction or added quality of life"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ronald Ross Watson, Victor R. Preedy, Sherma Zibadi, editors.
    Part I. Overview and General Nutrition During Alcohol Use -- 1. Alcohol and Nutrition: An Overview / Francisco Santolaria and Emilio González-Reimers -- 2. Genetics of Alcohol Metabolism / Vijay A. Ramchandani -- 3. Laboratory Models Available to Study Alcohol and Nutrition / Nympha B. D'Souza EL-Guindy -- 4. Ethanol-Induced Lipid Peroxidation and Apoptosis in Embryopathy / Robert R. Miller Jr. -- 5. Alcohol Use During Lactation: Effects on the Mother-Infant Dyad / Julie A. Mennella -- Part II. Nutrients and Foods as Modified by Alcohol -- 6. Moderate Alcohol Administration: Oxidative Stress and Nutritional Status / Lorenzo Leggio, Anna Ferrulli, and Giovanni Addolorato -- 7. Alcohol Use and Abuse: Effects on Body Weight and Body Composition / Stefan Gazdzinski and Timothy C. Durazzo -- 8. Alcohol: Nutrition and Health Inequalities / Adrian Bonner and Margherita Grotzkyj-Giorgi -- 9. The Effect of Diet on Protein Modification by Ethanol Metabolites / Simon Worrall -- 10. Vitamin B12 De fi ciency in Alcoholics / Alberto Fragasso -- 11. American Indians/Alaskan Natives and Alcohol: Biology, Nutrition, and Positive Programs / Felina M. Cordova, Michael H. Trujillo, and Roger Dale Walker -- Part III. Nutrient Effects on Alcohol Metabolism -- 12. Metabolism of Ethanol to Acetaldehyde in the Rat Mammary Tissue: Inhibitory Effects of Plant Polyphenols and Folic Acid / Gerardo Daniel Castro and José Albe -- 13. Dietary Zinc Supplementation and Prenatal Ethanol Exposure / Peter Coyle, Brooke Summers-Pearce, Carina J. Cowley, and Allan M. Rofe -- 14. Tocotrienol and Cognitive Dysfunction Induced by Alcohol / Kanwaljit Chopra and Vinod Tiwari -- 15. Soy Products Affecting Alcohol Absorption and Metabolism / Mitsuyoshi Kano and Norihiro Kubota -- 16. Oats Supplementation and Alcohol-Induced Oxidative Tissue Damage / Christopher B. Forsyth, Yueming Tang, Robin M. Voigt, Turan Rai, and Ali Keshavarzian -- 17. Fish Oil n-3 Fatty Acids to Prevent Hippocampus and Cognitive Dysfunction in Experimental Alcoholism / Nataliya A. Babenko -- 18. Alcohol in HIV and Possible Interactions with Antiretroviral Medications / Marianna K. Baum, Sabrina Sales-Martinez, and Adriana Campa -- Part IV. Alcohol Interactions with Foods -- 19. Popular Energy Drinks and Alcohol / Erin C. Duchan -- 20. The Psychological Synergistic Effects of Alcohol and Caffeine / Ambereen Ameer and Ronald Ross Watson -- 21. Alcohol and Smoking: A Correlation of Use in Youth? / Meghan Denning and Ronald Ross Watson -- 22. Are There Physiological Correlations Between Alcohol and Tobacco Use in Adults? / Cynthia Lee and Ronald Ross Watson -- 23. Alcohol, HIV/AIDS, and Liver Disease / Tamsin A. Knox, Logan Jerger, and Alice M. Tang -- Part V. Alcohol and Chronic Diseases -- 24. Nutritional Status, Socioeconomic Factors, Alcohol, and Cataracts / Vaishali Agte and Kirtan V. Tarwadi -- 25. Alcohol Intake and High Blood Pressure / Amy Z. Fan and Yueren Zhou -- 26. Alcohol and Dyslipidemia / Indrajit Chowdhury -- 27. Dietary Antioxidants in Chronic Alcoholic Pancreatitis / Mirosław Jarosz and Ewa Rychlik -- 28. Alcohol Consumption, Lifestyle Factors, and Type 2 Diabetes / Martin D. Stricker, Henk F.J. Hendriks, and Joline W.J. Beulens -- 29. Alcohol, Overweight and Obesity / Sasiwarang Goya Wannamet -- 30. Nutrition: Alcohol and Anorectic and Bulimic Adolescents / Konstantina Magklara -- 31. Viral Infections and Cancer During Alcohol Use / Malgorzata Schlegel-Zawadzka -- Part VI. Cancer as Modified and Induced by Alcohol -- 32. Ethanol and Hepatocarcinogenesis / Helmut K. Seitz and Felix Stickel -- 33. Alcohol, Diet, and Their Interaction in Colorectal and Urinary Tract Tumors / María Marta Andreatta , Aldo R. Eynard, and Alicia Navarro -- 34. Alcohol, Acetaldehyde, and Digestive Tract Cancer / Satu Väkeväinen and Mikko Salaspuro -- 35. Alcohol Intake and Esophageal Cancer: Epidemiologic Evidence / Jill Layton and Jianjun Zhang -- Part VII. Alcohol and Liver Diseases -- 36. A Nutritional Approach to Prevent Alcoholic Liver Disease / Samuel William French -- 37. Nutraceutical Potential of Indigenous Plant Foods and Herbs for Treatment of Alcohol-Related Liver Damage / Vaishali Agte and Upendra Raghunath Gumaste -- 38. Alcohol and Nutrition as Risk Factors for Chronic Liver Disease / Stefano Bellentani, Claudio Tiribelli, and Giorgio Bedogni -- 39. Alcohol-Related Liver Disease: Roles of Insulin Resistance, Lipotoxic Ceramide Accumulation, and Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress / Suzanne M. de la Monte -- 40. Nutrition and Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: The Significance of Cholesterol / Munechika Enjoji , Kenichiro Yasutake, Motoyuki Kohjima, and Makoto Nakamuta -- 41. Dietary Fatty Acids and Alcoholic Liver Disease / Takayo Kawakami, Yasuko Murakami, and Misako Okita -- 42. Nutrition in Alcoholic Steatohepatitis / Juan Caballeria, Javier Michelena, and Jose Altamirano -- 43. Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Vitamin A / Gabriela Villaça Chaves and Wilza Arantes.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Jozef Rovenský, Tibor Urbánek, Boldišová Olʹga, James A. Gallagher, editors.
    This book comprehensively describes alkaptonuria and ochronosis. Beginning with the history, genetics, pathophysiology and diagnostics of the disease, the authors subsequently present a detailed characterization of its clinical manifestation in the spine, peripheral joints, eyes, ears, visceral organs and respiratory tract, its pathological anatomy and histology, as well as differential diagnosis. This is complemented by the latest data on therapy and experimental models of alkaptonuria, and supported by several case reports. Numerous pictures and radiological images document the clinical symptoms, giving the reader a solid understanding of the disease. On the basis of the editor?s and authors? own extensive observations, the book offers an analysis of protein metabolism and aromatic amino acids in the context of alkaptonuria. Written by international experts in the field, the book offers a valuable reference guide for healthcare professionals working in rheumatology, dermatology, pulmonology, otolaryngology and histopathology.
  • David Ludwig, MD, PhD.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    "Inspired by the New York Times op-ed "Always Hungry," ALWAYS HUNGRY? will change everything readers ever thought about weight loss, diet, and health. Groundbreaking new research shows that calorie counting does not work for weight loss: one diet causes weight gain whereas another diet with the same calorie count doesn't. It's your fat cells that are to blame for causing excessive hunger and increased weight. By eating the wrong foods, our fat cells are triggered to take in too many calories for themselves, setting off a dangerous chain reaction of increased appetite and a slower metabolism. Now, Harvard Medical School's David Ludwig, MD, PhD, offers an impeccably researched diet that will turn dieting on its head, teaching readers to reprogram their fat cells, tame hunger, boost metabolism, and lose weight--for good"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    H. DeWayne Ashmead.
    Ch. 1. The fundamentals of mineral nutrition -- ch. 2. The chemistry of chelation -- ch. 3. The history of nutritional chelates -- ch. 4. The requirements for a nutritionally functional chelate -- ch. 5. The development of analytical methods to prove amino acid chelation -- ch. 6. Absorption of amino acid chelates from the alimentary canal -- ch. 7. The pathways for absorption of an amino acid chelate -- ch. 8. The absorption of amino acid chelates by active transport -- ch. 9. The absorption of amino acid chelates by facilitated diffusion -- ch. 10. The fate of amino acid chelates in the mucosal cell -- ch. 11. The uptake of amino acid chelates into and out of the plasma -- ch. 12. Tissue metabolism of amino acid chelates -- ch. 13. Some metabolic responses of the body to amino acid chelates -- ch. 14. Toxicity of amino acid chelates -- ch. 15. The absorption and metabolism of amino acid chelates.
  • 2013From: CRCnetBASE
    Guoyao Wu.
    This up-to-date book presents basic concepts and recent advances in amino acid biochemistry and nutrition, providing comprehensive coverage of developments over the past 45 years. It includes information on absorption, metabolism, and excretion of amino acids while addressing protein quality and requirements. The text discusses metabolic pathways of amino acids in relation to health and disease in various organisms, as well as species differences in metabolism of amino acids. The author also presents a critical analysis of amino acid supplementation to humans and animals.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    Mauro Di Pasquale.
  • 2013From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Nicole M. Avena.
    Introduction : binge eating, bulimia nervosa, and hedonic overeating / Sarah Shafer Berger and Marian Tanofsky-Kraff -- Binge-prone versus binge-resistant rats and their concomitant behavioral profiles / Mary M. Boggiano -- Binge eating in female rats induced by yo-yo dieting and stress / Carlo Cifani, Maria Vittoria Micioni Di Bonaventura, Roberto Ciccocioppo, and Maurizio Massi -- Binge-type eating induced by limited access to optional foods / Rebecca L.W. Corwin and Francis H.E. Wojnicki -- Assessment of stress-independent binge-like eating behavior in mice / Traci A. Czyzyk, Jesline Alexander-Chacko, Joelle Dill, Dana K. Sindelar, and Michael A. Statnick -- Predicting and classifying rats prone to overeating fat / Irene Morganstern, Jessica R. Barson, and Sarah F. Leibowitz -- Modeling binge eating in nonhuman primates / Richard W. Foltin -- Psychosocial stress and diet history promote emotional feeding in female rhesus monkeys / Vasiliki Michopoulos, Carla Moore, and Mark E. Wilson -- Stressful experiences in early life and subsequent food intake / Jeong Won Jahng -- Sham feeding in rats translates into modified sham feeding in women with bulimia nervosa and purging / Diane A. Klein and Gerard P. Smith -- Animal models of binge eating palatable foods : emergence of addiction-like behaviors and brain changes in the rat / Miriam E. Bocarsly and Nicole M. Avena -- Deep brain stimulation for the treatment of binge eating : mechanisms and preclinical models / Casey H. Halpern, Mark Attiah, and Tracy L. Bale -- Saccharin preference in rats : relation to impulsivity and drug abuse / Marilyn E. Carroll, Nathan A. Holtz, and Natalie E. Zlebnik -- Food seeking in spite of harmful consequences / Rossella Ventura, Emanuele Claudio Latagliata, Enrico Patrono, Matteo Di Segni, and Stefano Puglisi-Allegra -- Introduction : anorexia and undereating / Guido K.W. Frank -- Food restriction and reward in rats / Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca -- Activity-based anorexia in the rat / Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller -- Food-anticipatory activity : rat models and underlying mechanisms / Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan -- Anorexia and drugs of abuse abnormally suppress appetite, the result of a shared molecular signal foul-up / Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan -- Anorectic phenotype of the anx/anx mouse is related to hypothalamic dysfunction / Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen -- Functional magnetic resonance imaging in awake rats : studies relevant to addiction and the reward circuitry / Marcelo Febo.
  • 2015From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Matthew Smith.
    "To some, food allergies seem like fabricated cries for attention. For others, they pose a dangerous health threat. Food allergies are bound up with so many personal and ideological concerns that it is difficult to determine what is medical and what is myth. This book parses the political, economic, cultural, and genuine health factors of a phenomenon that now dominates our interactions with others and our understanding of ourselves. Surveying the history of food allergy from ancient times to the present, Another Person's Poison also gives readers a clear grasp of new medical findings on allergies and what they say about our environment, our immune system, and the nature of the food we consume. For most of the twentieth century, food allergies were considered a fad or junk science. While many physicians and clinicians argued that certain foods could cause a range of chronic problems, from asthma and eczema to migraines and hyperactivity, others believed that allergies were psychosomatic. Another Person's Poison traces the trajectory of this debate and its effect on public-health policy and the production, manufacture, and consumption of food. Are rising allergy rates purely the result of effective lobbying and a booming industry built on self-diagnosis and expensive remedies? Or should physicians become more flexible in their approach to food allergies and more careful in their diagnoses? Exploring the issue from scientific, political, economic, social, and patient-centered perspectives, this book is the first to engage fully with the history of what is now a major modern affliction, illuminating society's troubled relationship with food, disease, and the creation of medical knowledge."--Book jacket.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Taylor C. Wallace, M. Monica Giusti.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    edited by Delminda Neves.
    Human ageing, a biological view / Henrique de Almeida and Liliana Matos -- To eat or not to eat : anti-ageing effects of energy restriction / Delminda Neves, Maria Joao Martins, Emanuel dos Passos and Ines Tomada -- Nutrition, epigenetics and ageing / Jill McKay and Luisa A. Wakeling -- Nutritional intervention in age-related genetic and epigenetic instability and cancer / Thomas Ong and Ana Paula de Melo Loureiro -- Nutraceuticals in immunosenescence / Thea Magrone and Emilio Jirillo -- Cardiovascular ageing / Carmen Bras Silva and Delminda Neves -- Bone and muscle ageing / Joana Carvalho, Elisa Marques and Pedro Moreira -- Nutrition and the ageing eye / Angela Carneiro -- Nutrition modulation of skin ageing / Alessandra Marini and Jean Krutmann -- Retarding brain ageing and cognitive decline / Jose Paulo Andrade -- Science-based anti-ageing nutritional recommendations / Ines Tomada and Jose Paulo Andrade.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Jack N. Losso, Fereidoon Shahidi, and Debasis Baghchi.
    Part I. History and Scope of Functional Foods Around the World -- Chapter 1. Scope of Conventional and Functional Foods in the U.S.A. / Jack N. Losso -- Chapter 2. Functional Foods, Nutraceuticals and Natural Health Products in Canada / Kelley Fitzpatrick and Fereidoon Shahidi -- Chapter 3. History and Scope of Functional Foods in Japan / Makoto Shimizu and Asami Kawakami -- Chapter 4. Functional Foods in India: History and Scope / Thomas Paul Devasagayam, Jai C. Tilak, and Rekha Singhal -- Chapter 5. History and Scope of Functional Foods in China / Anthony Y.H. Woo, Y. Zhao, R. Zhang, C. Zhou, and Christopher H.K. Cheng -- Chapter 6. History and Current Status of Functional Foods in Korea / Hyong Joo Lee and Young-Joon Surh -- Chapter 7. Australia and New Zealand / Harjinder Singh, Linda Tapsell, Mike Gidley, Pramod Gopal, and Paul J. Moughan -- Chapter 8. Prophylactic Phenolic Antioxidants in Functional Foods of Tropical Island States of the Mascarene Archipelago (Indian Ocean) / T. Bahorun, V. S. Neergheen, M. A. Soobrattee, V. A. Luximon-Ramma, and O. I. Aruoma -- Chapter 9. Functional Foods in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Countries: History, Scope and Dietary Habits / Fatih Yildiz, Paterna Kotzekidou, Alexandra-Maria Michaelidou, and Giuseppe Nocella -- Chapter 10. Functional Foods in the European Union / Andreu Palou, Paula Oliver, Ana Ma Rodríguez, and Antoni Caimari -- Chapter 11. Functional Foods in the European Union: Main Issues and Impact on the Food Industry / Maurizio Canavari, Alessandra Castellini, Giuseppe Nocella, and Carlo Pirazzoli -- Chapter 12. Functional Foods Legislation in Brazil / Franco M. Lajolo and Eliane Miyazaki Part II. The “Ohmics” Technologies and Functional Foods -- Chapter 13. Principles of Proteomics / Lianji Jin, Lenore Polo Rodicio, and Patrick A. Limbach -- Chapter 14. Toxicogenomics and Systems Toxicology / Michael D. Waters and Jennifer M. Fostel -- Part III. Angiogenesis and Chronic Degenerative Diseases -- Chapter 15. Endothelial Cell Responses to Physiological and Pathophysiological Environments / R.W. Siggins and C.A. Hornick -- Chapter 16. Angiogenic Switch: Roles of Estrogenic Compounds / Sushanta K. Banerjee, Gibanananda Ray, Peter Van Veldhuizen, and Snigdha Banerjee -- Chapter 17. Reactive Oxygen Species and Angiogenesis / Shampa Chatterjee -- Chapter 18. Angiogenesis in Inflammatory Arthritis / Saptarshi Mandal, Smriti Kana kundu-Raychaudhuri, and Siba P. Raychaudhuri -- Chapter 19. Angiogenesis and Cardiovascular Diseases / Robert J. Tomanek -- Chapter 20. Angiogenesis and Anti-Angiogenesis in Brain Tumors / Roland H. Goldbrunner -- Chapter 21. Diabetes and Angiogenesis / Golakoti Trimurtulu, Somepalli Venkateswarlu, and Gottumukkala V. Subbaraju -- Chapter 22. Obesity and Angiogenesis / Debasis Bagchi, Shirley Zafra-Stone, Chandan K. Sen, and Manashi Bagchi -- Part IV. Angiogenesis, Functional, and Medicinal Foods -- Chapter 23. Screening Functional Foods as Inhibitors of Angiogenesis Biomarkers / Jack N. Losso -- Chapter 24. Role of Edible Berry Anthocyanins in Angiogenesis / Manashi Bagchi, Shirley Zafra-Stone, Jack N. Losso, Chandan K. Sen, Sashwati Roy, Soumyadipta Hazra, and Debasis Bagchi -- Chapter 25. Redox Regulation of Angiogenesis: Anti-Angiogenic Properties of Edible Berries and Its Significance -- in a Clinical Setting / Gayle M. Gordillo, Debasis Bagchi, and Chandan K. Sen -- Chapter 26. A Novel Nutrient Mixture Containing Ascorbic Acid, Lysine, Proline, and Green Tea Extract Inhibits Critical Parameters in Angiogenesis / M. Waheed Roomi, V. Ivanov, T. Kalinovsky, A. Niedzwiecki, and M. Rath -- Chapter 27. Angiogenesis and Chinese Medicinal Foods / Anthony Y. H. Woo, Y. Zhao, R. Zhang, C. Zhou, and Christopher H. K. Cheng -- Chapter 28. Disposition and Metabolism of Dietary Flavonoids / Min Jung Kang and Dong-Hyun Kim.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Subash Chandra Gupta, Sahdeo Prasad, Bharat B. Aggarwal, editors.
    Curcumin and its role in chronic diseases / A. Kunwar, K. I. Priyadarsini -- Berberine and its role in chronic disease / Arrigo F. G. Cicero, Alessandra Baggioni -- Emodin and its role in chronic diseases / B. Anu Monisha, Niraj Kumar, Ashu Bhan Tiku -- Ursolic acid and chronic disease: an overview of UA's effects on prevention and treatment of obesity and cancer / Anna M. Mancha-Ramirez, Thomas J. Slaga -- Tocotrienol and its role in chronic diseases / Kok-Yong Chin, Kok-Lun Pang, Ima-Nirwana Soelaiman -- Indole-3-carbinol and its role in chronic diseases / Barbara Licznerska, Wanda Baer-Dubowska -- Sanguinarine and its role in chronic diseases / Pritha Basu, Gopinatha Suresh Kumar -- Piperine and its role in chronic diseases / Giuseppe Derosa, Pamela Maffioli, Amirhossein Sahebkar -- Therapeutic potential and molecular targets of piceatannol in chronic diseases / Young-Joon Surh, Hye-Kyung Na -- Fisetin and its role in chronic diseases / Harish C. Pal, Ross L. Pearlman, Farrukh Afaq -- Honokiol, an active compound of magnolia plant, inhibits growth, and progression of cancers of different organs / Ram Prasad, Santosh K. Katiyar -- Celastrol and its role in controlling chronic diseases / Shivaprasad H. Venkatesha, Kamal D. Moudgil -- Boswellic acids and their role in chronic inflammatory diseases / H. P. T. Ammon -- Natural withanolides in the treatment of chronic diseases / Peter T. White, Chitra Subramanian, Hashim F. Motiwala, Mark S. Cohen -- Gambogic acid and its role in chronic diseases / Manoj K. Pandey, Deepkamal Karelia, Shantu G. Amin -- Embelin and its role in chronic diseases / Hong Lu, Jun Wang, Youxue Wang, Liang Qiao, Yongning Zhou -- Butein and its role in chronic diseases / Ziwei Song, Muthu K. Shanmugam, Hanry Yu, Gautam Sethi -- Garcinol and its role in chronic diseases / Amit K. Behera, Mahadeva M. Swamy, Nagashayana Natesh, Tapas K. Kundu -- Morin and its role in chronic diseases / Krishnendu Sinha, Jyotirmoy Ghosh, Parames C. Sil -- Ellagic acid and its role in chronic diseases / Giuseppe Derosa, Pamela Maffioli, Amirhossein Sahebkar.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2014From: Wiley
    [edited by] Hordur G. Kristinsson and Sivakumar Raghavan.
    1. Oxidation in aquatic foods and analysis methods / Magnea G. Karlsdottir, Holly T. Petty, and Hordur G. Kristinsson -- 2. Protein oxidation in aquatic foods / Caroline P. Baron -- 3. Influence of processing on lipids and lipid oxidation in aquatic foods / Sivakumar Raghavan and Hordur G. Kristinsson -- 4. Strategies to minimize lipid oxidation of aquatic food products post harvest / Huynh Nguyen Duy Bao and Toshiaki Ohshima -- 5. Antioxidative strategies to minimize oxidation in formulated food systems containing fish oils and omega-3 fatty acids / Charlotte Jacobsen, Anna Frisenfeldt Horn, Ann-Dorit Moltke Sorensen, K.H. Sabeena Farvin, and Nina Skall Nielsen -- 6. Methods for assessing the antioxidative activity of aquatic food compounds / Holmfridur Sveinsdottir, Patricia Y. Hamaguchi, Hilma Eidsdottir Bakken, and Hordur G. Kristinsson --7. Influence of fish consumption and some of its individual constituents on oxidative stress in cells, animals, and humans / Britt Gabrielsson, Niklas Andersson, and Ingrid Undeland -- 8. Marine antioxidants: polyphenols and carotenoids from algae / Kazuo Miyashita -- 9. Fish protein hydrolysates: production, bioactivities, and applications / Soottawat Benjakul, Suthasinee Yarnpakdee, Theeraphol Senphan, Sigrun M. Halldorsdottir, and Hordur G. Kristinsson -- 10. Antioxidant properties of marine macroalgae / Tao Wang, Rosa Jonsdottir, Gudrun Olafsdottir, and Hordur G. Kristinsson.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ruth B.S. Harris, Richard D. Mattes.
    Food intake : control, regulation, and the illusion of dysregulation / Mark I. Friedman -- The control of food intake and the regulation of body weight in humans / David A. Levitsky -- Appetitive and consummatory aspects of food intake in rodents / Neil E. Rowland and Clare M. Mathes -- Appetite and food intake : a human experimental perspective / Martin R. Yeomans and Emma J. Bertenshaw -- Motivation to eat : neural control and modulation / Dianne Figlewicz Latteman -- Human eating motivation in times of plenty : biological, environmental, and psychosocial influences / Michael R. Lowe, Miriam E. Bocarsly, and Angelo Del Parigi -- Orosensory control of feeding / Thomas R. Scott -- The role of orosensory factors in eating behavior as observed in humans / Didier Chapelot and Jeanine Louis-Sylvestre -- Gastrointestinal factors in appetite and food intake : animal research / Thomas A. Lutz and Nori Geary -- The role of the gastrointestinal tract in satiation, satiety, and food intake : evidence from research in humans / Harry P.F. Peters and David J. Mela -- Postabsorptive endocrine factors controlling food intake and regulation of body adiposity : animal research / Mihai Covasa -- Role of postabsorptive endocrine factors in human feeding and regulation of body adiposity / Karen L. Teff and Chirag Kapadia -- Gastrointestinal sensorineural function in the control of food intake / Gary J. Schwartz -- Conscious and unconscious regulation of feeding behaviors in humans : lessons from neuroimaging studies in normal weight and obese subjects / P. Antonio Tataranni and Nicola Pannacciulli -- Macronutrients : complexity of intake control / Pawel K. Olszewski and Allen S. Levine -- Macronutrients, feeding behavior, and weight control in humans / James Stubbs, Stephen Whybrow, and Nik Mazlan Mamat -- Mineral micronutrient status and food intake : studies with animal models / John Beard -- Mineral and food intake : a human perspective / Dorothy Teegarden and Carolyn Gunther.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    editors, Andrea J. Fascetti, Sean J. Delaney.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Ninh T. Nguyen, Robin P. Blackstone, John M. Morton, Jaime Ponce, Raul J. Rosenthal, editors.
    Developed by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), The ASMBS Textbook of Bariatric Surgery provides a comprehensive guide of information dealing with the ever evolving field of bariatric surgery. Volume 1: Bariatric Surgery covers the basic considerations for bariatric surgery, the currently accepted procedures, outcomes of bariatric surgery including longterm weight loss, improvement and resolution of comorbidities, and improvement in quality of life. A section focuses on revisional bariatric surgery and new innovative endoscopic bariatric procedures. Special emphasis is also given to the topics of metabolic surgery and surgery for patients with lower BMI (30-35). The ASMBS Textbook of Bariatric Surgery, Volume 1: Bariatric Surgery is of great value to surgeons, residents and fellows, bariatric physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and integrated health members that manage the morbidly obese.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Christopher Still, David B. Sarwer, Jeanne Blankenship, editors.
    Developed by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS), The ASMBS Textbook of Bariatric Surgery provides a comprehensive guide of information dealing with the ever evolving field of bariatric surgery. Volume II: Integrated Health is divided into 3 sections: bariatric medicine, psychosocial, and nutritional aspects of bariatric surgery. The first section deals with the psychosocial issues associated with severe obesity. The second section deals with the role of obesity medicine physicians in preoperative and postoperative support of the bariatric patients. The nutritional section discusses the preoperative and postoperative nutritional support for the bariatric patient. The ASMBS Textbook of Bariatric Surgery, Volume II: Integrated Health is of great value to surgeons, residents and fellows, obesity medicine physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, and integrated health members that manage patient affected by the disease of obesity.
  • editor-in-chief, Charles Mueller ; section editors, Stephen A. McClave [and others] ; managing editor, Jennifer M. Kuhn.
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  • 2009From: Karger
    volume editors, Artemis P. Simopoulos, Fabien De Meester.
    Evolutionary aspects of the dietary omega-6:omega-3 fatty acid ratio : medical implications / A.P. Simopoulos -- Measuring blood fatty acids as a surrogate indicator for coronary heart disease risk in population studies / B. Lands -- Fast determination of fatty acids in whole blood collected from fingertips : application to the assessment of fatty acid patterns (and various indexes) in population studies / C. Galli ... [et al.] -- Evolution and cholesterol / S. Boyd Eaton -- Dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterolemia : a healthy relationship / D.J. McNamara -- Blood cholesterol as a good marker of health in Japan / Y. Ogushi -- Cholesterol and skeletal muscle health / S.E. Riechman ... [et al.] -- Disappointing recent cholesterol-lowering drug trials : is it not time for a full reappraisal of the cholesterol theory? / M. de Lorgeril -- Cholesterol was healthy in the end / V. Ravnskov -- Progress in lipid nutrition : the Columbus concept addressing chronic diseases / F. de Meester.
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    David A. Bender.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Gary D. Stoner, Navindra P. Seeram, editors.
    Experimental investigations in the past 10-15 years have provided convincing evidence of the cancer preventive potential of berries. Berries and their components have been shown to reduce the malignant properties of cancer cells in culture by influencing genes associated with cancer development. In addition, diets containing freeze-dried berries have been shown to prevent cancer in animals, and recent data indicate that they also exhibit cancer preventive effects in humans.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Yanyun Zhao.
    Berry crops : worldwide area and production systems / Bernadine C. Strik -- Chemical components of berry fruits / Stephen T. Talcott -- Berry fruit phytochemicals / Luke R. Howard and Tiffany J. Hager -- Natural pigments of berries : functionality and application / M. Monica Giusti and Pu Jing -- Antioxidant capacity and phenolic content of berry fruits as affected by genotype, preharvest conditions, maturity, and postharvest handling / Shiow Y. Wang -- The potential health benefits of phytochemicals in berries for protecting against cancer and coronary heart disease / Rui Hai Liu. Quality of berries associated with preharvest and postharvest conditions / Elizabeth Mitcham -- Microbial safety concerns of berry fruit / Mark A. Daeschel and Pathima Udompijitkul -- Postharvest handling, storage, and treatment of fresh market berries / Cynthia Bower -- Freezing process of berries / Yanyun Zhao -- Dehydration of berries / Fernando E. Figuerola -- Commercial canning of berries / Hosahalli S. Ramaswamy and Yang Meng -- Berry jams and jellies / Fernando E. Figuerola -- Utilization of berry processing by-products / Yanyun Zhao.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Ted Wilson, Norman J. Temple, editors.
    Part 1: Introduction to Beverages -- How Beverages Impact Health and Nutrition -- A Brief History of Human Beverage Consumption: Pre-History to the Present -- Part 2: Health Effects of Coffee, Tea, Wine, Alcohol, and Juices -- Coffee consumption and its impact on health -- Health Benefits of Tea Consumption -- What are the Health Implications of Alcohol Consumption?- Nonalcoholic Components of Wine and Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease -- Cranberry Juice: Effects on Health -- Citrus Juices Health Benefits -- Part 3: Health Effects of Milk: Dairy, Soy and Breast -- Effect of Cow's Milk on Human Health -- Are soy-milk products viable alternatives to cow's milk?- Human Milk and Infant Formula: Nutritional Content and Health Benefits -- Part 4: Beverage Health Effects on Energy Balance, Diabetes, and in Older Adults.-Beverages, satiation, satiety, and energy balance -- Beverage Considerations for Persons with Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes Mellitus -- Oral Nutritional Supplementation Using Beverages for Older Adults -- Part 5: Health Effects of Sports Drinks, Energy Drinks and Water -- Sports Beverages for Optimizing Physical Performance -- Energy Drinks: the Elixirs of Our Time -- The Nutritional Value of Bottled Water -- Part 6: Marketing of Soft Drinks and Effects of Beverage Sweeteners -- Marketing of Soft Drinks to Children and Adolescents: Why we Need Government Policies -- Sugar in Beverages: Effects on Human Health -- High fructose corn syrup use in beverages: Composition, manufacturing, properties, consumption, and health effects -- Part 7: Beverage Mechanics: Color, Taste, Labeling, and Ingredient Function -- The crucial role of color in the perception of beverages -- Functions of Common Beverage Ingredients -- Labeling Requirements for Beverages in the United States -- Part 8: What is the Future of What We Will Chose to Drink?- Beverage Trends Affect Future Nutritional Health Impact.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Maria Teresa Giardi, Giuseppina Rea, Bruno Berra.
    The Nutra-Snacks project : basic research and biotechnological programs on nutraceutics / Giuseppina Rea ... [et al.] -- Overview of diet-gene interactions and the example of xanthophylls / Barbara Demmig-Adams and William W. Adams III -- Therapeutic potential of dietary polyphenols against brain ageing and neurodegenerative disorders / Giovanni Scapagnini, Calogero Caruso, and Vittorio Calabrese -- Plant phenolics in the prevention and treatment of cancer / Klaus W.J. Wahle ... [et al.] -- Endogenous antioxidants and radical scavengers / Angela Maria Rizzo ... [et al.] -- A nutritional strategy for reducing disease and obesity risks / Teresa Lavecchia ... [et al.] -- Dietary phytochemicals and human health / Justyna Krzyzanowska, Anna Czubacka, and Wieslaw Oleszek -- Bioactive compounds from northern plants / Anja Hohtola -- Nutraceutical use of garlic sulfur-containing compounds / Eleftherios Touloupakis and Demetrios F. Ghanotakis -- Genetic engineering to enhance crop-based phytonutrients (nutraceuticals) to alleviate diet-related diseases / Autar K. Mattoo ... [et al.] -- Perspective for the use of genetic transformants in order to enhance the synthesis of the desired metabolites : engineering chloroplasts of microalgae for the production of bioactive compounds / Udo Johanningmeier and Dirk Fischer -- Biological elicitors of plant secondary metabolites : mode of action and use in the production of nutraceutics / Simone Ferrari -- Hairy root cultures for secondary metabolites production / Laura Pistelli ... [et al.] -- Plant tissue culture : an opportunity for the production of nutraceuticals / Mariella Lucchesini and Anna Mensuali-Sodi -- Plant cell cultures : bioreactors for industrial production / Barbara Ruffoni ... [et al.] -- Determination of the antioxidants' ability to scavenge free radicals using biosensors / Montserrat Cortina-Puig ... [et al.] -- Biosensors for the determination of phenolic metabolites / Simona Carmen Litescu, Sandra Eremia, and Gabriel Lucian Radu -- Methods for the determination of antioxidant capacity in food and raw materials / Simona Carmen Litescu, Sandra Eremia, and Gabriel Lucian Radu -- Analytical methods for the extraction and identification of secondary metabolite production in 'in vitro' plant cell cultures / Alessandra Bertoli ... [et al.] -- Biosensors for functional food safety and analysis / Teresa Lavecchia, Arianna Tibuzzi, and Maria Teresa Giardi -- Biosensors for secondary metabolites, two case studies : ochratoxin A and microcystin / Monica Campàs, Beatriz Prieto-Simón And Régis Rouillon -- Biosensors as analytical tools in food fermentation industry / Lise Barthelmebs ... [et al.] -- An overview of the functional food market : from marketing issues and commercial players to future demand from life in space / Francesca Vergari, Arianna Tibuzzi, and Giovanni Basile -- Legislation on nutraceuticals and food supplements a comparison between regulations in USA and EU / Roberto Giunta, Giovanni Basile, and Arianna Tibuzzi.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by Debasis Bagchi, Manashi Bagchi, Hiroyoshi Moriyama, Fereidoon Shahidi.
    Nanotechnology / Hiroshi Muramatsu, Jun'ichi Wakayama, Kazumi Tsukamoto, Shigeru Sugiyama -- Applications of NMR to Biomolecular Systems of Interactions: An Overview / Shinya Hanashima, Yoshiki Yamaguchi -- Applications in Enhancing bioavailability and Controlling Pathogens. Bioavailability and Delivery of Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods Using Nanotechnology / Hailong Yu, Qingrong Huang -- Encapsulation of Bioactive Compounds in Micron/Submicron-Sized Dispersions Using Microchannel Emulsification or High-Pressure Homogenization / Marcos A Neves, Isao Kobayashi, Henelyta S Ribeiro, Katerina B Fujiu -- Nanometric-Size Delivery Systems for Bioactive Compounds for the Nutraceutical and Food Industries / Francesco Donsi, Mariarenata Sessa, Giovanna Ferrari -- Nanoemulsion Technology for Delivery of Nutraceuticals and Functional-Food Ingredients / Luz Sanguansri, Christine M Oliver, Fernando Leal-Calderon -- Nanotechnology and Nonpolar Active Compounds in Functional Foods: An Application Note / Philip J Bromley -- Safety, Toxicology and Regulatory Aspects. How Standards Inform the Regulation of Bio-nanotechnology / Martha E Marrapese -- FDA and Nanotech: Baby Steps Lead to Regulatory Uncertainty / Raj Bawa -- Toxicity and Environmental Risks of Nanomaterials: An Update / Paresh C Ray, Anant Kumar Singh, Dulal Senapati, Zhen Fan, Hongtao Yu -- Nanoparticle-Lung Interactions and Their Potential Consequences for Human Health / Craig A Poland, Martin J D Clift -- Future Directions in Bio-Nanotechnology Bio-Nanotechnology: A Journey Back to the Future / Debasis Bagchi, Manashi Bagchi, Hiroyoshi Moriyama, Fereidoon Shahidi.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by John A. Milner, Donato F. Romagnolo ; forewords by David S. Alberts, Maria Lluria-Prevatt, Scott M. Lippman.
    Monitoring the burden of cancer in the United States -- Cancer biology and nutrigenomics -- Cellular cancer processes and their molecular targets -- Nutrigenetics: the relevance of polymorphisms -- Diet and epigenetics -- Nutrient signaling-protein kinase to transcriptional activation -- Dietary energy balance, calorie restriction, and cancer prevention -- Fiber and microbially generated active components -- Gut microbiota, probiotics, prebiotics and colorectal cancer -- Meats, protein and cancer -- Saturated fatty acids and cancer -- Conjugated linoleic acid and cancer -- Cancer and n-3PUFAs: the translational connection -- n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and cancer -- Carotenoids -- Vitamin A -- Vitamin D and cancer chemoprevention -- Folate -- Selenium -- Calcium and cancer -- Iron and cancer -- Zinc in cancer development and prevention -- Cruciferous vegetables, isothiocyanates, indoles, and cancer prevention -- Garlic and cancer prevention -- Mammary and prostate cancer chemoprevention and mechanisms of action of resveratrol and genistein in rodent models -- Cancer prevention by catechins, flavonols, and procyanidins -- Mechanisms of action of isoflavones in cancer prevention -- The anticarcinogenic properties of culinary herbs and spices -- Cancer prevention with berries: role of athocyanins -- Pomegranate -- Alcohol and cancer: biological basis -- Aryl hydrocarbon receptor-mediated carcinogenesis and modulation by dietary xenobiotic and natural ligands -- Opportunities and challenges for communicating food and health relationships to American consumers.
  • 2014From: Wiley
    Blanca Hernandez-Ledesma and Miguel Herrero.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ronald Ross Watson, Sherma Zibadi, editors.
    The role of Bioactive Dietary Factors and Plant Extracts in Preventive Dermatology provides current and concise scientific appraisal of the efficacy of foods, nutrients, herbs, and dietary supplements in preventing dermal damage and cancer as well as improving skin health. This important new volume reviews and presents new hypotheses and conclusions on the effects of different bioactive foods and their components derived particularly from vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Primary emphasis is on treatment and prevention of dermal damage focusing on skin cancers with significant health care costs and mortality. Bioactive Dietary Factors and Plant Extracts in Preventive Dermatology brings together expert clinicians and researchers working on the different aspects of supplementation, foods, and plant extracts and nutrition and skin health. Their expertise provides the most current knowledge in the field and will serve as the foundation for advancing future research.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Navam S. Hettiarachchy ; associate editors, Kenji Sato, Maurice R. Marshall, Arvind Kannan.
    Food proteins and peptides as bioactive agents -- Arvind Kannan, Navam Hettiarachchy, and Maurice Marshall -- Proteins and peptides as allergens -- Soichi Tanabe and A. Wesley Burks -- Properties and applications of antimicrobial proteins and peptides from milk and eggs -- Hannu J. Korhonen and Susanna Rokka -- Proteins and peptides as antioxidants -- Se-Kwon Kim ... [et al.] -- Mineral-binding peptides from food -- Saïd Bouhallab and Dominique Bouglé -- Food peptides as antihypertensive agents -- Amaya Aleixandre and Marta Miguel -- Therapeutic peptides as amino acid source -- Hironori Yamamoto and Masashi Kuwahata -- Hypolipidemic and hypocholesterolemic food proteins and peptides -- Chibuike C. Udenigwe and Rotimi E. Aluko -- Peptides and proteins increase mineral absorption and improve bone condition -- Hiroshi Kawakami -- Proteins and peptides for complicated disease types -- Kenji Sato -- Proteins and peptides improve mental health -- Kenji Sato -- Proteins and peptides as anticancer agents -- Harekrushna Panda, Aruna S. Jaiswal, and Satya Narayan -- Lunasin : a novel seed peptide with cancer preventive properties -- Chia-Chien Hsieh, Blanca Hernández-Ledesma, and Ben O. de Lumen -- Computer-aided optimization of peptide sequences and integrated delivery of selected peptides to targets: a case study on blood pressure of oldest-old patients -- Liping Wu ... [et al.].
  • 2010From: CRCnetBASE
    Richard Owusu-Apenten.
    "Presenting data from human studies and trials, along with recent research findings, this work summarizes the applications, and benefits of bioactive peptides used to mitigate major metabolic derangements arising from chronic illnesses and resulting in unwanted weight loss. Recent studies show bioactive peptides to enhance the body's antioxidant status, antisepsis capacity, immune function, anti-inflammatory capacity, mineral absorption, and appetite. This book covers general principles, such as host response, quality factors, protein economics, and muscle loss. It includes case studies on ageing, AIDS, COPD, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, kidney failure, and tuberculosis."--Provided by publisher.
  • 2001From: Karger
    volume editors, T. Jürimäe, A.P. Hills.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    Steven A. Abrams and Keli M. Hawthorne.
    "This book provides a rational basis for understanding how to ensure adequate bone health in children. It discusses the recommended dietary intakes of calcium and vitamin D in pediatric health as well as appropriate sources of these nutrients. The text presents information on the maintenance and improvement of bone health in children and adolescents. Chapters cover peak bone mass and prevention of bone loss diseases; bone formation; nutritional needs for calcium and vitamin D based on age; additional key nutrients needed for healthy bones; exercise and management of chronic illnesses; genetics and bone health; and future directions towards targeted dietary recommendations"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
    This is the second volume in a 2-volume compendium that is the go-to source for both research- and practice-oriented information on the importance of branched chain amino acids in maintaining the nutritional status and overall health of individuals, especially those with certain disease conditions. Over 150 well recognized and respected contributors have come together to compile these up-to-date and well-referenced works. The volumes will serve the reader as the benchmarks in this complex area of interrelationships between dietary protein intakes and individual amino acid supplementation, the unique role of the branched chain amino acids in the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, collagen formation, insulin and glucose modulation and the functioning of all organ systems that are involved in the maintenance of the body?s metabolic integrity. Moreover, the physiological, genetic and pathological interactions between plasma levels of branched chain amino acids and aromatic amino acids are clearly delineated so that students as well as practitioners can better understand the complexities of these interactions. Branched Chain Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition: Volume 2 covers the role of branched chain amino acids in healthy individuals, and branched chain amino acid status in disease states, liver diseases, and supplementation studies in certain patient populations.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
    This is the first volume in a 2-volume compendium that is the go-to source for both research- and practice-oriented information on the importance of branched chain amino acids in maintaining the nutritional status and overall health of individuals, especially those with certain disease conditions. Over 150 well recognized and respected contributors have come together to compile these up-to-date and well-referenced works. The volumes will serve the reader as the benchmarks in this complex area of interrelationships between dietary protein intakes and individual amino acid supplementation, the unique role of the branched chain amino acids in the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, collagen formation, insulin and glucose modulation and the functioning of all organ systems that are involved in the maintenance of the body's metabolic integrity. Moreover, the physiological, genetic and pathological interactions between plasma levels of branched chain amino acids and aromatic amino acids are clearly delineated so that students as well as practitioners can better understand the complexities of these interactions. Branched Chain Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition: Volume 1 covers basic processes at the cellular level, inherited defects in branched chain amino acid metabolism, and experimental models of growth and disease states.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Gail Goldberg, Andrew Prentice, Ann Prentice, Suzanne Filteau, Kirstren Simondon.
    1. Growth and organ development / T.J. Cole -- 2. Nutrient transfer: mammary gland regulation / S.L. Kelleher, B. Lönnerdal -- 3. Micronutrient transfer: infant absorption / B. Lönnerdal, S. L. Kelleher -- 4. Developmental aspects of the mucosal immune system ... / P.L. Ogra -- 5. Infant feeding and growth / K.G. Dewey -- 6. Intestinal flora / C. Kunz, S. Kuntz, S. Rudloff -- 7. Transenteric signalling: mammary messages or white noise / L.T. Weaver -- 8. Immune function / L.Å. Hanson, ... et al. -- 9. Flavour programming during breast-feeding / J.A. Mennella -- 10. Methodological challenges in studying long-term effectors of breast-feeding / M.S. Kramer -- 11. Long term effects of early postnatal diet on adult health / S.E. Ozanne -- 12. Protective effect of breast-feeding against obesity in childhood ... / S. Arenz, R. Von Kries -- 13. Breast-feeding influences on later life - cardiovascular disease / D.A. Leon, G. Ronalds -- 14. Do infants who are breast-fed have an altered risk of developing cancer / R. Martin, G. Davey Smith, D.Gunnell -- 15. Effects of breast-feeding on cognitive function / K.F. Michaelsen, L. Lauritzen, E L. Mortensen -- 16. Developmental origins of osteoporotic fracture / C. Cooper, ... et al. -- 17. Long-term effects of breast-feeding on asthma and atopic disease / W.H. Oddy -- 18. Evolution of human lactation and complementary feeding: Implications for understanding contemporary cross-cultural variation / D.W. Sellen -- 19. Macy-György prize lecture: my milky way / L.Å. Hanson -- 20. Exclusive breast-feeding and HIV infection / L. Kasonka, S. Filteau, and The Breast-Feeding and Postpartum Health Project Team -- 21. Breast-feeding practices in relation to HIV in India / A.V. Shankar -- 22. Breast-feeding and HIV-1 infection: maternal health / P.A. Otieno -- 23. Early breast-feeding cessation and infant mortality in low-income countries: workshop summary / K.B. Simondon -- 24. Measuring trace immune factors in human milk: workshop summary / S. Filteau -- 25. Abstracts of poster presentations.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Ruth A. Lawrence, Robert M. Lawrence.
    The revolution in infant feeding -- Anatomy of the breast -- Physiology of lactation -- Biochemistry of human milk -- Host-resistance factors and immunologic significance of human milk -- Psychological impact of breastfeeding -- Benefits of breastfeeding for infants/making an informed decision -- Practical management of the mother-infant nursing couple -- Maternal nutrition and supplements for mother and infant -- Weaning -- Normal growth, failure to thrive, and obesity in breastfed infants -- Medications, herbal preparations, and natural products in breast milk -- Transmission of infectious diseases through breast milk and breastfeeding -- Breastfeeding infants with problems -- Premature infants and breastfeeding -- Medical complications of mothers -- Human milk as a prophylaxis -- Employment and away from home activities while breastfeeding -- Induced lactation and relactation (including nursing the adopted baby) and cross-nursing -- Reproductive function during lactation -- The collection and storage of human milk and human milk banking -- Breastfeeding support groups and community resources -- Educating and training the medical professional.
  • 2006From: Springer
    [edited by] Connie M. Weaver and Robert P. Heaney ; foreword by Lawrence G. Raisz.
    Bone as the calcium nutrient reserve / Robert P. Heaney -- Cellular functions and fluxes of calcium / Emmanuel M. Awumey and Richard D. Bukoski -- Nutritional epidemiology / Carol J. Boushey -- Clinical approaches for studying calcium metabolism and its relationship to disease / Connie M. Weaver -- Kinetic studies / Meryl E. Wastney, Yongdong Zhao, and Connie M. Weaver -- Requirements for what endpoint / Robert P. Heaney -- Dietary calcium: recommendations and intakes around the world / Anne C. Looker -- Food sources, supplements, and bioavailability / Connie M. Weaver and Robert P. Heaney -- The calcium economy / Robert P. Heaney -- Molecular regulation of calcium metabolism / James C. Fleet -- Influence of total diet on calcium homeostasis / Zamzam K. (Fariba) Roughead -- Influence of lifestyle choices on calcium homeostasis : smoking, alcohol, and hormone therapies / D. Lee Alekel and Oksana Matvienko -- Influence of physical activity on calcium and bone / Matthew Vukovich and Bonny Specker -- The case for a calcium appetite in humans / Michael G. Tordoff -- Infancy and childhood / Steven A. Abrams and Keli M. Hawthorne -- Pre-puberty and adolescence / Connie M. Weaver -- Calcium in pregnancy and lactation / Heidi J. Kalkwarf -- Calcium in systemic human health / Robert P. Heaney -- Calcium and oral health / Elizabeth A. Krall -- Dietary calcium and obesity / Dorothy Teegarden -- Polycystic ovarian syndrome and reproduction / Susan Thys-Jacobs -- Premenstrual syndrome / Susan Thys-Jacobs -- Calcium in the later years : osteoporosis / Bess Dawson-Hughes -- Calcium, vitamin D, and cancer / Peter R. Holt -- Dietary calcium and the metabolic syndrome / Dorothy Teegarden -- Calcium and phosphate control in patients with renal disease / David A. McCarron and Robert P. Heaney -- Hypertension and cardiovascular disease / David A. McCarron.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Arthur V. Everitt, Suresh I.S. Rattan, David G. Le Couteur, Rafael de Cabo, editors.
    Part 1. CALORIE RESTRICTION IN DIFFERENT SPECIES -- History of Caloric Restriction, Aging and Longevity / Edward J. Masoro -- Food Intake, Life Style, Aging and Human Longevity / Arthur V. Everitt, Leonie K. Heilbronn and David G. Le Couteur -- Okinawa: A Naturally Calorie Restricted Population / Matthew W. Rosenbaum, Bradley J. Willcox, D. Craig Willcox and Makoto Suzuki -- Aging and the Effect of Calorie Restriction in Rhesus Monkeys / Ilhem Messaoudi, Jennifer E. Young, Ricki J. Colman, April M. Handy and George S. Roth, et al. -- Dietary Restriction and Aging in Drosophila Melanogaster / Luc Poirier, Rafael de Cabo and Sige Zou -- Aging and Dietary Restriction: The Yeast Paradigm / Min Wei, Federica Madia, Rafael de Cabo and Valter D. Longo -- The Nutritional Geometry of Aging / Stephen J. Simpson and David Raubenheimer -- Part 2. BIOCHEMICAL AND METABOLIC MECHANISMS OF CALORIE RESTRICTION -- Oxidative Stress, Dietary Restriction and Aging / Brian J. Merry and Catherine E. Ash -- Calorie Restriction Mimetics and Aging / Brian J. Morris -- Will Calorie Restriction Stave Off Age-Related Brain Dysfunction, Specifically to Learning and Memory? A Review and Critique of the Rodent Literature / Edward L. Spangler, Jeffrey Long, Bennett Kelley-Bell, Marshall Miller and Robin K. Minor, et al. -- The Aging Liver and the Effects of Long Term Caloric Restriction / David G. Le Couteur, David A. Sinclair, Victoria C. Cogger, Aisling C. McMahon and Alessandra Warren, et al. -- Food Restriction, Hormones, Genes and Aging / Arthur V. Everitt, Holly M. Brown-Borg, David G. Le Couteur and Andrzej Bartke -- Hormesis as a Mechanism for the Anti-Aging Effects of Calorie Restriction / Suresh I.S. Rattan and Dino Demirovic -- Part 3. CALORIE RESTRICTION IN THE CLINICAL SETTING -- Calorie Restriction and Obesity / Krista A. Varady -- Caloric Restriction and Cardiovascular Disease / Anna Csiszar, Rafael de Cabo and Zoltan Ungvari -- The Effect of Caloric Restriction on Physiological, Psychological and Behavioral Outcomes in Humans: Results from CALERIE / Leanne M. Redman and Eric Ravussin -- Calorie Restriction and Cancer: An Update / Robin K. Minor, R. Michael Anson and Rafael de Cabo -- Conclusion: Human Calorie Restriction and Anti-aging Therapy / Arthur V. Everitt, Leonie K. Heilbronn, Brian J. Morris, Holly M. Brown-Borg and Brian J. Merry, et al.
  • 2013From: Springer
    William C.S. Cho, editor.
    Cancer is one of the leading killers in the world and the incidence is increasing, but most cancer patients and cancer survivors suffer much from the disease and its conventional treatments' side effects. In the past, clinical data showed that some complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) possessed anticancer abilities, but some clinicians and scientists have queried about the scientific validity of CAM due to the lack of scientific evidence. There is great demand in the knowledge gap to explore the scientific and evidence-based knowledge of CAM in the anticancer field. With this aim, a book series is needed to structurally deliver the knowledge to readers. Throughout the past decade, the cancer chemopreventive potencies and treatment effects of a number of natural dietary agents present in different food sources have been evaluated by various experiments. Some of them have progressed to early clinical trials. This volume is a specialized book presenting the research evidence relevant to the use of specific diet therapy in cancer chemoprevention and treatment. We begin with lessons learned from dietary resveratrol as an effective agent with anticancer properties against malignancies, followed examples of flavonoids from fruits and vegetables in the prevention and treatment of cancer. Evidence for the beneficial influence of diet enriched with flax seed oil and green tea on cancer will be reviewed. Soy food intake may enhance the effects on anticancer treatment for breast cancer, whereas lycopene-rich foods may possess chemopreventive efficacy. There are also discussions on the contribution of the cancer preventive effects of the antioxidant-rich foods and Mediterranean diet. In addition, the modulation of proteasome pathways by nutraceuticals is highlighted. Finally, we close the book with a discussion on the attenuation of cell survival signaling by bioactive phytochemicals in the prevention and therapy cancer.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Ann M. Bode and Zigang Dong.
    Combining computational and experimental methods for identifying molecular targets of phytochemicals / Ann M. Bode and Zigang Dong -- Common methods used for the discovery of natural anticancer compounds / Min Tang ... [et al.] -- Nrf2-target approaches in cancer chemoprevention mediated by dietary phytochemicals / Francisco Fuentes ... [et al.] -- Methods to analyze chemopreventive effect of silibinin on prostate cancer biomarkers protein expression / Gagan Deep, Swetha Inturi, and Rajesh Agarwal -- Approach to the evaluation of berries for cancer prevention with emphasis on esophageal cancer / Gary D. Stoner ... [et al.] -- Use of mouse models for lung cancer chemoprevention studies / Yian Wang ... [et al.] -- Azoxymethane plus dextran sulfate sodium-induced mouse colon cancer model for the study of dietary chemoprevention of inflammation-associated carcinogenesis / Ha-Na Lee, Hye-Won Yum, and Young-Joon Surh -- Use of seahorse extracellular flux analyzer in mechanistic studies of naturally occurring cancer chemopreventive agents / Michelle B. Moura ... [et al.] -- Utilizing RNA-seq to define phytochemical-induced alterations in insulin and IGF-regulated transcriptomes / Heather Beckwith and Douglas Yee -- Ex vivo use of keratinocytes from adult mice to define stem cell activities in cancer research / Rebecca J. Morris ... [et al.] -- Quantitation of acetaldehyde-DNA adducts : biomarkers of alcohol consumption / Silvia Balbo and Stephen S. Hecht -- Imaging tools in discovery and development of phytochemical chemopreventive agents / Marna Ericson -- Designing the chemoprevention trials of tomorrow : applying lessons learned from past definitive trials / Karen Colbert Maresso and Ernest Hawk.
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ann-Charlotte Eliasson.
  • 2013From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Nilanjana Maulik.
    Pt. 1. Epidemiological study of heart disease -- pt. 2. Epigenetic modifications in arterial and heart diseases -- pt. 3. Cardiovascular disease -- pt. 4. Nutritional and other therapeutic interventions for CVD.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    editors, Benjamin T. Wall, Craig Porter.
    "Carnitine Metabolism and Human Nutrition offers a contemporary and in-depth look at the biological effects of carnitine metabolism and its application to clinical and sports nutrition, based on decades of robust scientific enquiry. It gathers and distills key results of the last 20 years of carnitine research to provide an invaluable reference tool for students, researchers, and clinicians. This book addresses the importance of carnitine in skeletal muscle fuel metabolism, the complexities and importance of muscle carnitine transport, and the metabolic insight that has been gained from experiments manipulating muscle carnitine stores. The authors cover the potential application of carnitine supplementation in specific clinical populations and the role of carnitine as an ergogenic aid for athletes. They also provide a comprehensive mechanistic overview of skeletal muscle insulin resistance, including the role of carnitine shuttle systems in the metabolic abnormalities associated with obesity and the metabolic syndrome. Carnitine Metabolism and Human Nutrition provides you with a comprehensive and up-to-date look at the properties and underlying metabolic biochemistry of carnitine. The book provides contributions from leading international scientists, each a pioneer in their chosen study of carnitine metabolism or its application to human nutrition."--Page [4] of cover.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Sherry A. Tanumihardjo, editor.
    Carotenoids and Human Health provides an introduction to food sources and metabolism. Written by experts in their fields and including the most up-to-date information, this volume serves as an in-depth guide to studies that have been performed in humans and observations that have been made in population level assessments. Special emphasis is given to associations with disease, as well as the importance of carotenoids internationally, specifically as a source of vitamin A for the world. Comprehensive and easy to use, Carotenoids and Human Health is a very useful resource for nutritionists, registered dieticians, medical students, and graduate students.
  • 2010From: CRCnetBASE
    Lynne Berdanier, Carolyn D. Berdanier.
    "Today's knowledge of human health demands a multidisciplinary understanding of medically related sciences, and Case Studies in the Physiology of Nutrition answers the call. Dedicated to the integration of nutrition science with physiology, this text cohesively incorporates descriptions of human problems in order to stimulate students' critical thinking about how the body integrates various physiological factors to maintain homeostasis. This textbook uses short story-type case studies about fictional individuals who have health problems in order to address a range of issues in an approachable manner. The studies vary in difficulty, with some being straightforward with very simple answers, while others require in-depth thinking and literature research to solve. Each study presents patient background, symptoms, clinical finding, and questions to ponder. Upon qualifying course adoption, this book also includes a valuable instructor's manual, which provides solutions to exercises, problem analysis, and resolution to each case study."--Publisher's description.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by S. Devi Rampertab, Gerard E. Mullin.
    Celiac Disease is an authoritative text intended to educate healthcare practitioners, gastroenterologists, physicians and nutritionists about the diverse manifestations, complications and management of gluten-sensitive enteropathy. The seventeen-chapter text provides the latest research on pathophysiology, including animal models, immunopathogenesis, genetics and the intestinal microflora. The book also features chapters on diagnosis, monitoring, complications and nutritional management, including therapies on the horizon. The text concludes with appendices that provide educational tools for symptom monitoring and dietary guidance. Written by specialists in their respective fields, "Celiac Disease" is a comprehensive resource that provides the healthcare practitioner an evidence-based practical guide to pathogenesis and therapy of celiac disease.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    Herbert Wieser, Peter Koehler, Katharina Konitzer.
    Celiac disease : a complex disorder -- Gluten : the precipitating factor -- Treatment of Celiac disease -- Gluten-free products.
  • v. 1-2, 2004.From: ScienceDirect
    v. 2 (2004)From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Patrick F. Fox ... [et al.].
    v. 1. General aspects -- v. 2. Major cheese groups.
  • 2012From: Wiley
    edited by Jian Wang, James D MacNeil, Jack Frank Kay.
    Antibiotics : groups and properties / Philip T. Reeves -- Pharmacokinetics, distribution, bioavailability, and relationship to antibiotic residues / Peter Lees and Pierre-Louis Toutain -- Antibiotic residues in food, drinking water, and food safety regulations / Kevin J. Greenlees, Lynn G. Friedlander, and Alistair Boxall -- Sample preparation : extraction and clean-up / Alida A.M. (Linda) Stolker and Martin Danaher -- Bioanalytical screening methods / Sara Stead and Jacques Stark -- Chemical analysis : quantitative and confirmatory methods / Jian Wang and Sherri B. Turnipseed -- Single residue quantitative and confirmatory methods / Jonathan Tarbin [and others] -- Method development and method validation / Jack F. Kay and James D. MacNeil -- Measurement uncertainty / Jian Wang [and others] -- Quality assurance and quality control / Andrew Cannavan, Jack Kay, and Bruno Le Bizec.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Zdzisaw E. Sikorski.
  • 2005From: Springer
    edited by Mendel Friedman and Don Mottram.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012From: Springer
    Rodolfo Paoletti, Andrea Poli, Ario Conti, Francesco Visioli (editors).
    p. 1-16. Chocolate as Medicine: A Changing Framework of Evidence Throughout History / Philip K. Wilson -- p. 17-31. Industrial Treatment of Cocoa in Chocolate Production: Health Implications / Herwig Bernaert, Ieme Blondeel, Leen Allegaert, Tobias Lohmueller -- p. 33-40. Biomarkers of Cocoa Consumption / Nasiruddin Khan, Nathalie M. Nicod -- p. 41-62. Botany and Pharmacognosy of the Cacao Tree / Maria Laura Colombo, Maria Teresa Pinorini-Godly, Ario Conti -- p. 63-75. Chocolate and Health: A Brief Review of the Evidence / Francesco Visioli, Elena Bernardini, Andrea Poli, Rodolfo Paoletti -- p. 77-85. Polyphenolic Antioxidants and Health / Lorenzo Loffredo, Francesco Violi -- p. 87-102. Acute Vascular Effects of Chocolate in Healthy Human Volunteers / Manuel Rusconi, Maria Grazia Rossi, Tiziano Moccetti, Ario Conti -- p. 103-113. Vascular and Platelet Effects of Cocoa / Isabella Sudano, Andreas J. Flammer, Georg Noll, Roberto Corti -- p. 115-125. Cocoa, Chocolate and Hypertension / Davide Grassi, Claudio Ferri -- p. 127-135. Cocoa, Chocolate and Blood Lipids / Claudio Galli -- p. 137-146. Psychological Drivers of Chocolate Consumption / Enrico Molinari, Edward Callus -- p. 147-153. Chocolate and Mood / Gordon B. Parker, Heather L. Brotchie.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ronald Ross Watson, Victor R. Preedy, Sherma Zibadi, editors.
    Chocolate in Health and Nutrition represents the first comprehensive compilation of the newest data on the actions of the flavonoids and microorganisms associated with the beneficial effects of chocolate. This unique text provides practical, data-driven resources based upon the totality of the evidence to help the reader understand the basics, treatments and preventive strategies that are involved in the understanding of the role chocolate may play in healthy individuals as well as those with cardiovascular disease, diabetes or neurocognitive declines. Of equal importance, critical issues that involve patient concerns, such as dental caries and food preferences in children, potential effects on weight gain, addiction and withdrawal are included in well-referenced, informative chapters. The latest research on the role of chocolate in normal health areas including mood, pain and weight management, cardiovascular disease and related conditions are presented. Chocolate in Health and Nutrition provides health professionals in many areas of research and practice with the most up-to-date, well referenced and comprehensive volume on the current state of the science and medical uses of chocolate.
  • 2010From: Springer
    A. Stewart Truswell.
    Emergence of coronary heart disease as a diagnosis -- Experimental pathology in St. Petersburg -- Is plasma cholesterol raised with human atherosclerosis? -- Diet can have worthwhile effects on human plasma cholesterol -- A new type of observational epidemiology -- Serum triglycerides: another risk factor -- Frederickson's classification of the hyperlipoproteinaemias -- The seven countries study (7CS) -- Sucrose: an alternative dietary hypothesis -- HDL-cholesterol is protective -- Critics and sceptics -- Thrombosis on and in atheroma -- Dietary cholesterol may affect plasma cholesterol -- First controlled trials -- Dietary fiber -- Obesity -- Thrombosis treated early -- Fish oil -- Alcohol -- Coffee -- Trans-fatty acids -- Antioxidants -- More controlled dietary trials -- Trials of better drugs -- Linoleic acid is protective -- Plant sterols fade and return -- Soy proteins versus casein -- High homocysteine associated with cardiovascular diseases -- And salt should be included -- How it adds up -- The big picture.
  • 2013From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Sashwati Roy, Debasis Bagchi, Siba P. Raychaudhuri.
    Section I. Systems Biology of Inflammation and Regulatory Mechanisms -- Chapter 1. At the Interface between Acute and Chronic Inflammation / Yoram Vodovotz -- Chapter 2. The Cellular Component of Chronic Inflammation / Julie M. Roda, Tim D. Eubank -- Chapter 3. Mast Cells in Chronic Inflammation / Traci A. Wilgus, Brian C. Wulff -- Chapter 4. Hypoxia and Hypoxia-Inducible Factor in Inflammation / Kiichi Hirota -- Chapter 5. Bioactive Phospholipid Mediators of Inflammation / Sainath R. Kotha, Jordan D. Secor, Smitha Malireddy, Gowrishankar Gnanasekaran, Narasimham L. Parinandi -- Chapter 6. Hematopoietic Stem Cells in Atherosclerotic Development and Resolution / Reeva Aggarwal, Vincent J. Pompili, Hiranmoy Das -- Chapter 7. Inflammation as a Confounding Factor in Regenerative Medicine / Myron Allukian, Kenneth W. Liechty -- Chapter 8. NOX in the CNS / Annadora J. Bruce-Keller -- Chapter 9. Resolution of Inflammation / Amitava Das, Sashwati Roy -- Chapter 10. H2S in Inflammation / Hyun-Ock Pae, Hun-Taeg Chung -- Section II. Pathologies Associated with Inflammation -- Chapter 11. Is There a Connection between Inflammation and Oxidative Stress? / Chandrakala Aluganti Narasimhulu, Xueting Jiang, Zhaohui Yang, Krithika Selvarajan, Sampath Parthasarathy -- Chapter 12. Chronic Inflammation and Cancer / Subash C. Gupta, Ji Hye Kim, Sahdeo Prasad, Bharat B. Aggarwal -- Chapter 13. Chronic Wounds and Inflammation / Jaideep Banerjee, Chandan K. Sen -- Chapter 14. Multiphasic Roles for TGF-Beta in Scarring / Praveen R. Arany, George X. Huang, Woo Seob Kim -- Chapter 15. Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol against Neuroinflammation and Oxidative Stress / Cameron Rink, Savita Khanna -- Chapter 16. Inflammatory Cascades in Autoimmune Disease / Amita Aggarwal, Arpita Myles -- Chapter 17. Shear Stress and Vascular Inflammation / John Noel, Shampa Chatterjee -- Chapter 18. NGF and Its Receptor System in Inflammatory Diseases / Anupam Mitra, Smriti K. Raychaudhuri, Siba P. Raychaudhuri -- Section III. Nutrition & Therapeutics for Inflammatory Diseases -- Chapter 19. Inflammation, Oxidative Stress, and Antioxidants / Naveen Kaushal, Vivek Narayan, Ujjawal H. Gandhi, Shakira M. Nelson, Anil Kumar Kotha, K. Sandeep Prabhu --Chapter 20. Lipid Biomarkers of Inflammation / Ginger L. Milne -- Chapter 21. Physical Activity and Inflammation / Edite Teixeira de Lemos, Flávio Reis -- Chapter 22. Omega-6 and Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Inflammatory Processes / Philip C. Calder -- Chapter 23. Anti-Inflammatory Phytochemicals, Obesity, and Diabetes / Srujana Rayalam, MaryAnne Della-Fera, Clifton A. Baile -- Chapter 24. Anti-Inflammatory Nutraceuticals and Herbal Medicines for the Management of Metabolic Syndrome / George Q. Li, Ka H. Wong, Antony Kam, Xian Zhou, Eshaifol A. Omar, Ali Alqahtani, Kong M. Li, Valentina Razmovski-Naumovski, Kelvin Chan -- Chapter 25. Epigenetics and Nutriepigenomics in Chronic Inflammatory Lung Diseases / Saravanan Rajendrasozhan, Isaac K. Sundar, Irfan Rahman -- Chapter 26. Biologics / Ananya Datta Mitra, Debasis Bagchi, Siba P. Raychaudhuri, Smriti K. Raychaudhuri -- Chapter 27. Disease Modifying Anti-Rheumatic Drugs / Nigil Haroon, Vinod Chandran -- Chapter 28. Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs / Alakendu Ghosh, Pradyot Sinhamahapatra.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Caroline M. Apovian, Carine M. Lenders.
    Getting the office ready for the patient / Robert F. Kushner -- Steps for the medical evaluation of the obese patient / Nawfal W. Istfan and Wendy A. Anderson -- Motivational interviewing and health behavior change counseling / Gary S. Rose, Judy C.C. Phillips, and Garry Welch -- Dietary therapy / Diana Cullum-Dugan and Cheryl Jesuit -- Exercise therapy for the overweight adult / John M. Jakicic, Amy D. Otto, and Kristen Polzien -- Pharmacologic therapy for obesity and overweight in adults and adolescents / Marie Thearle and Louis J. Aronne -- Surgical treatment of obesity / Alene J. Wright, Ranjan Sudan, and R. Armour Forse -- Gastrointestinal complications of bariatric surgery / Christopher S. Huang and Francis A. Farraye -- Follow-up strategies for the treatment of obesity in primary care settings / Valerie H. Myers and Donna H. Ryan -- Maintenance: the ultimate goal / Rena R.Wing, Angela Marinilli Pinto, and Heather Niemeier -- A clinical guide to pediatric ambulatory weight management / Carine M. Lenders, Alan F. Meyers, and Holly Oh -- Behavioral health considerations for the management of pediatric obesity in primary care / Shaheen U. Lakhani ... [et al.] -- The community as a resource to support positive nutrition and physical activity behaviors in youth / Vivien Morris and Gita Rao.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Paolo Sbraccia, Enzo Nisoli, Roberto Vettor, editors.
    Part I: General remarks -- Overview of the Management of the Obese Patient -- Part II: Lifestyle modifications -- Diet -- Physical Activity -- Therapeutic education -- Part III: Treatment -- Pharmacological Management -- Bariatric surgery -- Metabolic-Nutritional-Psychological Rehabilitation in Obesity -- Part IV: Obesity in Particular Conditions and Treatment Algorithm -- Eating Disorders and Obesity -- Obesity in Pregnancy -- Childhood Obesity -- Geriatric Obesity -- Multidimensional Evaluation of the Obese patient and Level of Care -- Treatment Algorithm of Patients with Overweight and Obesity. .
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Leah Coles, PhD.
    The field of clinical nutrition as a whole seeks to consider the nutrition of patients within the healthcare system, paying attention to the interactions between diet, nutrition, and disease. To that end, this book discusses nutrition as both a contributing and managing factor in relation to diseases such as obesity and diabetes. It also presents malnutrition as a contributing factor to such diseases and considers the efficacy of micronutrient supplementation. It ends by looking at some of the recent developments and future trends in the field of clinical nutrition.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Marshall D. McCue, editor.
    An introduction to fasting, starvation, and food limitation / Marshall D. McCue -- A history of modern research into fasting, starvation, and inanition / Jean-Hervé Lignot and Yvon LeMaho -- Starvation in rotifers : physiology in an ecological context / Kevin L. Kirk -- Drosophila as a model for starvation : evolution, physiology, and genetics / Alen G. Gibbs and Lauren A. Reynolds -- Metabolic transitions during feast and famine in spiders / Johannes Overgaard and Tobias Wang -- Adaptation of the physiological, endocrine, and digestive system functions to prolonged food deprivation in fish / Nadav Bar and Helene Volkoff -- Starvation in subterranean species versus surface-dwelling species : crustaceans, fish, and salamanders / Frédéric Hervant -- Physiological responses to starvation in snakes : low energy specialists / Marshall D. McCue, Harvey B. Lillywhite, and Steven J. Beaupre -- Cardiovascular circuits and digestive function of intermittent-feeding sauropsids / Rike Campen and Matthias Starck -- Thermoregulatory adaptations to starvation in birds / Esa Hohtola -- Fasting in birds : general patterns and the special case of endurance flight / Susanne Jenni-Eiermann and Lukas Jenni -- Tissue-specific mass changes during fasting : the protein turnover hypothesis / Ulf Bauchinger and Scott R. McWilliams -- Seasonal changes in body mass and energy balance in wild small mammals / Xueying Zhang, Xinyu Liu, and Dehua Wang -- Changes in form and function of the gastrointestinal tract during starvation : from pythons to rats / Jehan-Hervé Lignot -- Changes in fatty acid composition during starvation in vertebrates : mechanisms and questions / Edwin R. Price and Teresa G. Valencak -- Physiological responses to fasting in bats / Miriam Ben-Hamo, Agustí Muñoz-Garcia, and Berry Pinshow -- Muscle protein and strength retention by bears during winter fasting and starvation / Hank Harlow -- Seasonal starvation in northern white-tailed deer / Duane E. Ullrey -- Fasting physiology of the pinnipeds : the challenges of fasting while maintaining high energy expenditure and nutrient delivery for lactation / Cory D. Champagne ... [et al.] -- The use and application of stable isotope analysis to the study of starvation, fasting, and nutritional stress in animals / Kent A. Hatch -- Fearing the danger point : the study and treatment of human starvation in the United Kingdom and India, c. 1880-1974 / Kevin Grant -- Quantitative physiology of human starvation : adaptations of energy expenditure, macronutrient metabolism, and body composition / Kevin D. Hall -- Alternate day fasting : effects on body weight and chronic disease risk in humans and animals / Krista A. Varady -- Horizons in starvation research/ Marshall D. McCue.
  • 2017From: Karger
    editors, Robert E. Black, Maria Makrides, Ken K. Ong.
    Complementary foods : guidelines and practices / Netting, M.; Makrides, M. -- Complementary feeding, micronutrients and developmental outcomes of children / Gould, J.F. -- Advancement in texture in early complementary feeding and the relevance to developmental outcomes / Green, J.R.; Simione, M.; Le Révérend, B.; Wilson, E.R.; Richburg, B.; Alder, M.; Del Valle, M.; Loret, C. -- Update on timing and source of "allergenic" foods / Palmer, D.J. -- Flavor and taste development in the first years of life / Ross, E.S. -- Summary on update on introduction of complementary feeding / Makrides, M. -- Patterns of growth in early childhood and infectious disease and nutritional determinants / Black, R.E. -- Measuring infant and young child complementary feeding practices : indicators, current practice and research gaps / Ruel, M.T. -- Evidence for the effects of complementary feeding interventions on the growth of infants and young children in low- and middle-income countries / Heidkamp, R. -- Results with complementary food using local food ingredients / Ahmed, T.; Islam, M.; Choudhury, N.; Hossain, I.; Huq, S.; Mahfuz, M.; Sarker, S.A. -- Fortification of complementary foods : a review of products and program delivery / Neufeld, L.M.; Osendarp, S.; Gonzalez, W. -- Ying yang bao : improving complementary feeding for Chinese infants in poor regions / Huo, J. -- Summary on complementary feeding interventions in lmic / Black, R.E -- Healthy growth and development / Ong, K.K -- Responsive feeding : strategies to promote healthy mealtime interactions / Black, M.M.; Hurley, K.M -- Complementary feeding in an obesogenic environment : behavioral and dietary quality outcomes and interventions / Daniels, L.A. -- Modifiable risk factors and interventions for childhood obesity prevention within the first 1,000 days / Dattilo, A.M. -- Summary on factors influencing healthy growth / Ong, K.K.
  • 2009From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Victor R. Preedy, Gerard N. Burrow and Ronald Ross Watson.
    Analytical techniques -- General aspects of iodine sources and intakes in the diet, main routes of iodine metabolism and metabolic roles -- Pathological aspects of iodine deficiency -- Prevention and treatment of iodine deficiency disorders -- Damage and disease due to iodine toxicity -- Radiodine in the non-iodine deficient subject -- Other causes of hypothyroidism -- Geographical aspects of iodine deficiency disorders.
  • Joanna Lankester.
    The rapid rise in obesity in the US over the last several decades parallels a decrease in infectious disease incidence and a rise in antimicrobial usage. The role of the microbiome--which is influenced by both disease and by biocidal chemicals--on body weight is of increasing interest. We desired to quantify effects of changes in disease patterns and microbiome shifts on body weight of the population; however, no population-level model of body weight existed. Drawing from a collection of literature describing models of individual body weight, a model was built to quantify weight changes across the population using publicly available data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). The model used an energy balance perspective, quantifying energy intake and expenditure. First, dietary data was obtained to describe energy intake. Dietary data comes primarily from self-report and is notoriously inaccurate as individuals tend to under-estimate their food consumption. A dataset was obtained from a study where participants had completed dietary recall surveys and had had energy expenditure measured. Using this as a "training dataset", Chapter 3 describes two predictive models developed which adjust dietary intake to a more biologically plausible range. The models were validated, with a simulation of NHANES data, for their ability to produce estimates within bounds established a priori. They produced substantially more realistic estimates than those derived from the raw data. With better estimates of energy intake, a simulation model of body weight in a population was built (Chapter 4). A population was drawn from NHANES which represented a realistic cross-section of the U.S. population based on age, sex, and survey sampling weights. Energy intake and expenditure were tracked for each individual in the model, and an excess or deficiency of energy was converted to a gain or loss of body weight. The effect of ageing on the weight distribution of the population was calculated. The excess energy necessary to produce the shift in the body weight distribution of the US population over a 20-year period was estimated. The effect of an infectious agent's alteration of energy intake and expenditure and associated body weight was also calculated. Finally, the relationship between NHANES data on triclosan and body mass index (BMI) was studied (Chapter 5). Triclosan is a biocide that likely affects the gut microbiome. The effect of triclosan on BMI in a linear regression was studied with triclosan expressed in two ways: (1). as a binary variable (present vs. absent) and (2). in quartiles (in order to assess whether increased quantity of triclosan led to a trend in BMI). Triclosan presence was found to be associated with an increase in BMI. By quartile, BMI was higher in lower levels of triclosan compared to higher levels, suggesting the possibility of multiple mechanisms of action.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Hal MacFie.
    pt. 1. Understanding consumer food choice and acceptance: 1. Integrating consumer responses to food products / H.L. Meiselman -- 2. Sensory perception as a basis of food acceptance and consumption / H. Tuorila -- 3. How does culture affect choice of foods? / P. Rozin -- 4. Psychobiological mechanisms in food choice / M.R. Yeomans -- 5. How do risk beliefs and ethics affect food choice? / A. Saba -- 6. Consumer attitudes to food innovation and technology / M. Siegris -- pt. 2. Determining consumers' food-related attitudes for food product development -- 7. Methods to understand consumer attitudes and motivations in food product development / D. Buck -- 8. Using means-end chains to understand food consumers' knowledge structures / A. Krystallis -- 9. Consumer attitude measures and food product development / K. Bruns and K. G. Grunert -- 10. Measuring consumer expectations to improve food product development / A.V. Cardello -- 11. Boredom and the reasons why some new food products fail / E.P. Koster and J. Mojet -- 12. SensoEmotional optimisation of food products and brands / D. Thomson -- pt. 3. Methods for consumer-led food product development -- 13. Sensory research and consumer-led food product development / H. Stone and J.L. Sidel -- 14. Opportunity identification in new product development and innovation in food product development / E. van Kleef and H.C.M. van Trijp -- 15. Consumer-driven concept development and innovation in food product development / H. Moskowitz -- 16. Consumer testing of food products using children / R. Popper and J.J. Kroll -- 17. The use of just-about-right (JAR) scales in food product development and reformulation / L. Rothman -- 18. Conducting difference testing and preference trials properly for food product development / M. O'Mahony -- 19. Thurstonian probabilistic approaches to new food product development / J.F. Delwiche -- 20. Using auctions to estimate prices and value of food products / Y. Loheac and S. Issanchou-- 21. The use of partial least squares methods in new food product development / M. Martens ... [et al.] -- 22. Case study of consumer-oriented food product development: reduced-calorie foods / J. Bogue and D. Sorenson -- 23. Preference mapping and food product development / H. MacFie.
  • 2005From: CRCnetBASE
    Carolyn D. Berdanier.
  • 2011From: CRCnetBASE
    Carolyn D. Berdanier.
    "Terms of interest to the nutritionist are listed alphabetically. Included are medical terms, food science terms, metabolic terms, physiologic terms, drug terms, biotechnology terms and nutrition terms. Since Nutrition and Foods are integrated sciences not all of these terms will be useful to all readers. However, there should be a large number useful to many readers. The third edition provides many more terms than were provided in the earlier editions. A web address has been included to give the reader access to the extensive Tables of Food Composition maintained by USDA. In addition, a web address for Dietary Reference Intakes has been included to again provide the most current recommendations for nutrient intakes. These recommendations are in a state of flux. As the information base expands with respect to nutrient use and need, the DRIs are changed to reflect this newer knowledge. Included in this edition are the many drugs that are used to manage nutrition-related conditions. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and so forth are diseases that, while incurable, are manageable. Many medical conditions have a nutrient component to their development as well as a genetic component and the major ones are described. Some of the rare genetic diseases relevant to nutrition and metabolism are also listed. Many drugs used in the management of chronic disease are of interest to the nutritionist so these drugs are listed."--Excerpts from publisher notes.
  • 2005From: CRCnetBASE
    Mark Kern.
  • 2014From: Springer
    G. Cliff Lamb, Nicolas DiLorenzo, editors.
    This book addresses the impacts of current and future reproductive technologies on our world food production and provides a significant contribution to the importance of research in the area of reproductive physiology that has never been compiled before. It would provide a unique opportunity to separate the impacts of how reproductive technologies have affected different species and their contributions to food production. Lastly, no publication has been compiled that demonstrates the relationship between developments in reproductive management tools and food production that may be used a reference for scientists in addressing future research areas. During the past 50 years assisted reproductive technologies have been developed and refined to increase the number and quality of offspring from genetically superior farm animal livestock species. Artificial insemination (AI), estrous synchronization and fixed-time AI, semen and embryo cryopreservation, multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET), in vitro fertilization, sex determination of sperm or embryos, and nuclear transfer are technologies that are used to enhance the production efficiency of livestock species.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    Pieter Walstra, Jan T.M. Wouters, T.J. Geurts.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Nissim Garti.
    pt. 1. The effectiveness of controlled release and delivery systems -- pt. 2. Materials and techniques for controlled release and delivery of nutrients -- pt. 3. Delivery and controlled release of particular nutraceuticals -- pt. 4. Regulatory issues and future trends.
  • 2004From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Shmuel Yannai.
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    N.A. Michael Eskin, Snait Tamir.
  • v. 1-, 2010-From: Springer
  • 2015From: Wiley
    Tahira Farooqui and Akhlaq A. Farooqui, editors.
    "Diet and Exercise in Cognitive Function and Neurological Diseases looks at the role and impact that nutrition and activity have on cognitive function and neurological health. The book is divided into the two sections. The first focuses on diet and its impact on neurobiological processes. Chapters focus on the impacts of specific diets, such as the Mediterranean diet, ketogenic and vegan diets, as well as the role specific nutrients, fats, fatty acids, and caloric intake have on neurological health and cognitive function. The second part of the book focuses on exercise, and its role in maintaining cognitive function, reducing neuroinflammatory responses, regulating adult neurogenesis, and healthy brain aging. Other chapters in this section look at the impacts of disease in the management of specific neurological disorders such multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease. Collectively, the chapters in Diet and Exercise in Cognitive Function and Neurological Diseases come together to form a timely reference on the neurobiological interplay between diet and exercise on long-term brain health and cognitive function"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
  • 2011From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Victor R. Preedy.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Robin B. Kanarek and Harris R. Lieberman.
    Mental energy and fatigue : science and the consumer / Harris R. Lieberman -- Hydration and brain function / Kristen E. D'Anci -- Diet as an analgesic modality / Alexis M. Codrington, Yoram Shir, and John Pereira -- Breakfast and adult and children behaviors / Andrew P. Smith -- Diet, physical activity, and substrate oxidation : implications for appetite control, weight loss, and body composition / Mark Hopkins, Neil A. King, and John E. Blundell -- The reward deficiency hypothesis : implications for obesity and other eating disorders / Brenda M. Geiger, Erin N. Umberg, and Emmanuel N. Pothos -- Potential consequences of obesity on cognitive behavior / Nicole A. Jurdak and Robin B. Kanarek -- Dietary supplements for weight loss / Igho Onakpoya and Edzard Ernst -- Sweet taste preferences and cravings in gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) : implications for diet and medical management / Beverly J. Tepper ... [et al.] -- Homocysteine, B vitamins, and cognitive function / Joshua W. Miller -- Creatine, brain functioning, and behavior / Patricia J. Allen, Kristen E. D'Anci, and Robin B. Kanarek -- Theanine, mood, and behavior / Jessica E. Smith and Peter J. Rogers -- Caffeine : practical implications / Andrew P. Smith -- Caffeine effects on aggression and risky decision making / Caroline R. Mahoney, Tad T. Brunyé, and Grace E. Giles.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by C. Murray Ardies.
    "The idea of producing a book on the prevention of chronic diseases through exercise and diet was intriguing for me when I was first approached with the idea. I had been teaching nutrition, exercise, and health science courses with a focus on cellular aspects of prevention for many years and had to develop all of my own materials because very few books were available. And of those that were, they had a decided clinical approach with very little discussion about the actual biochemistry or molecular mechanisms involved in prevention. When I broached the concept with several potential coauthors, the prevailing opinion was that books that covered biochemical and molecular aspects of disease etiology also were in very short supply. Thus this book was born: an attempt to collate the latest cellular- and molecularbased research on the etiology of chronic diseases with how these mechanisms of cause are modified by various aspects of diet and exercise. Essentially, we have tried to produce a text that translates molecular-based data on etiology and prevention into a clinical prescription for the prevention of chronic disease. The focus on diabetes, atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, cancer, and degenerative neurological disease is because they are the major causes of morbidity and mortality by chronic disease and also because there is sufficient molecular evidence for a strong dietary and activity (or rather, an insufficiency of both) component to their etiology. The inclusion of a separate chapter on "Inflammation" became necessary when it was clear that inflammatory signaling is a fundamental component of each of these diseases and that reducing inflammation is key to reducing risk for all of these diseases. At the time we started, obesity had not yet been declared a diseas"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by John J.B. Anderson, Sanford C. Garner, Philip J. Klemmer.
    "Presenting recent advancements in research findings and the resulting new schools of thought on the physiology of human bone, this comprehensive reference examines information on dietary pattern and specific nutrients in bone health. Written by experts in the areas of nutrition, bone function, and medicine, chapters include research on a variety of bone-related topics including effects of vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants; dietary requirements; physical exercise; bone hormones; lifestyle and effects through the life cycle; race and ethnicity; and prevention of bone diseases including osteopenia and osteoporosis"-- Provided by publisher.
  • v. 1-2, 2013From: Springer
    vol. 2From: Springer
    Victor R. Preedy, Lan-Anh Hunter, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Ronald R. Watson, Sherma Zibadi, Victor R. Preedy.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Susan Cho, Nelson Almeida.
    "Preface: Fiber offers a variety of health benefits and is essential to reduce the risk of such chronic diseases as diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diverticulitis. According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), adequate intake (AI) of total fiber should be 14 g/1000 kcal. The IOM recommendation is joined by those from a variety of government public health agencies that promote increased fiber consumption, but a majority of people in developed countries still fall short of recommended values. On average, Americans consume only half of required intake, and approximately 90% of the U.S. population fails to meet AI goals. The problem stems largely from the fact that most conventional high-fiber foods are not tasty. Their organoleptic properties lack the kind of sensory attributes that people seek in the foods they eat. This makes it imperative for food companies to formulate tasty foods with high fiber content to improve population-wide consumption. Many have done so with new fiber ingredients that satisfy consumer demands while also delivering the health benefits of fiber. This book discusses findings from the Ninth Vahouny Fiber Symposium, which was held in Bethesda, Maryland, in June 2010. It includes a definition of fiber developed through expert consensus and delves into the many health benefits of fiber, including its prebiotic effects and roles in weight management, glycemic control, cardiovascular health, and intestinal regularity. It also reviews a variety of fiber ingredients that can be used in many appealing foods. The book provides details of claim opportunities for fiber ingredients and fiber-containing foods as well as a list of global suppliers of these ingredients. It is designed for use by food product developers, nutritionists, dietitians, and regulatory agencies"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2005From: USDA
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Gabriella Calviello, Simona Serini, editors.
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Lonnie Michael Lowery, Jose Antonio.
    "There has been a long standing controversy in the field of sports nutrition regarding the role of protein and protein metabolism in muscle development and athletic performance. The understanding of protein nutrition has changed dramatically over the last decade and this book aims to clarify and modernize the topic. This book presents the efficacy, safety, and recommendations of protein intake among strength athletes. Including case studies, the text covers historical perspectives of protein use; safety of high protein diets; specific protein types and timing of intake; weight control using protein; protein synthesis and breakdown; and nitrogenous compounds/supplements"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2005From: NAP
    Panel on Macronutrients, Panel on the Definition of Dietary Fiber, Subcommittee on Upper Reference Levels of Nutrients, Subcommittee on Interpretation and Uses of Dietary Reference Intakes, and the Standing Committee on the Scientific Evaluation of Dietary Reference Intakes, Food and Nutrition Board.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2002From: NAP
    Committee on Dietary Risk Assessment in the WIC Program, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by Cesarettin Alasalvar, Fereidoon Shahidi.
    Dried fruits serve as important healthful snack items around the world. They provide a concentrated form of fresh fruits, prepared by different drying techniques. With their unique combination of taste/aroma, essential nutrients, fibre, and phytochemicals or bioactive compounds, dried fruits are convenient for healthy eating and can bridge the gap between recommended intake of fruits and actual consumption. Dried fruits are nutritionally equivalent to fresh fruits, in smaller serving sizes, in the current dietary recommendations of various countries. Scientific evidence suggests that indivi.
  • 2010From: Karger
    editors, Berthold Koletzko, Sibylle Koletzko, Frank Rümmele.
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    Animal studies of the effects of early nutrition on long-term health / Harding, J.E. ... [et al.] -- Dietary lipid quality and long-term outcome / Novak, E.M., Keller, B.O. and Innis, S.M. -- How proteins improve the development of preterm infants / Corpeleijn, W.E. ... [et al.] -- The knowns and unknowns of human milk banking / Simmer, K. -- Short- and long-term effects of probiotics administered early in life / Szajewska, H. -- New findings from the feeding infants and toddlers study 2008 / Siega-Riz, A.M. ... [et al.] -- Weaning practices in other parts of the world : case study India / Agarwal, K.N. -- Weaning practices in other parts of the world : case study Russia / Baturin, A.K. -- Micronutrient deficiencies and effect of supplements on correcting them / Zlotkin, S. -- Food allergy and complementary feeding / Shreffler, W.G. and Radano, M. -- Early feeding : setting the stage for healthy eating habits / Mennella, J.A. and Ventura, A.K. -- Early feeding practices and development of food allergies / Lack, G. and Penagos, M. -- Learning to prefer the familiar in obesogenic environments / Birch, L.L. and Anzman-Frasca, S. -- Early feeding practices and their impact on development of celiac disease / Fasano, A. and Catassi, C. -- Infant feeding practices and subsequent development of adipose tissue / Stettler, N. -- Early life nutrition and bone development in children / Jones, G. -- IGF-I signaling and effects on longevity / Holzenberger, M.
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    What is the EU infant nutrition cluster? -- Early nutrition and its later consequences: new opportunities -- The developmental origins of adult health and well-being -- Long term effects of breastfeeding on the infant and mother -- Experimental evidence for long-term programming effects of early diet -- Candidate genes for obesity--how might they interact with environment and diet? -- Rate of growth in early life: a predictor of later health? -- Protective effect of breast-feeding against obesity in childhood-- Discussion forum: from innovation to implementation -- Challenges and opportunities in pan-European collaboration for researchers from Central and Eastern Europe -- Best practice in communicating the results of European research to the public -- Longterm effects of pre- and postnatal exposure to low and high dietary protein levels / Cornelia C. Metges -- Protein intake in the first year of life: a risk factor for later obesity? -- The role of long-chain poly-unsaturated fatty acids (LCPUFA) in growth and development -- Experimental models for studying perinatal lipid metabolism -- Effect of N-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation in pregnancy: the Nuheal trial -- Young researchers' workshop -- Consumer needs regarding dietetic products for pregnant and lactating women and for baby foods -- Focus group: breakfast meeting: SMES and their co-operation with academia -- Ethical issues in perinatal nutrition research -- Early programming of diabetes risk--an introduction -- Early nutrition and later diabetes risk -- Is type 1 diabetes a disease of the gut immune system triggered by cow's milk insulin? -- Gluten-free diet in subjects at risk for type 1 diabetes: a tool for delaying progression to clinical disease? -- Insulin like growth factor regulation of body mass in breastfed and milk formula fed infants -- Inverse association between trans isomeric and long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in erythrocyte membrane lipids in pregnant women -- Comparison of essential fatty acid status among German, Hungarian and Spanish women at mid-gestation -- Trans isomeric fatty acids as confounding variables in studies on perinatal LC-PUFA supply -- An eight years prospective study of iron deficiency anaemia in infancy -- New insights in the potential mechanism of action of nucleotides to modulate immunity -- Thriving of malnourished breastfed infants after additional formula milk feeding -- Role of mammary gland lipoprotein lipase in the availablilty of polyunsaturated fatty acids for milk synthesis -- Is the crying behaviour in infants up to the age of 3 months influenced by the type of early nutrition? -- Dietary gangliosides: beneficial effects for the neonate and potential mechanism of action -- Leptin in breast-fed and formula-fed infants -- Dietary fatty acids during pregnancy determines maternal fatty acid profile during late pregnancy and their availability to the fetus even during fasting condtions -- Effects of oil-supplemented diets on liver expression of PPAR alpha-related genes in pregnant rats -- Effect of a new infant formula enriched with prebiotics, probiotics, nucleotides and LC-PuFA on recovery after infection -- Does habitual protein intake in early childhood influence age and body mass index at adiposity rebound? -- Dietary compliance in diabetes prevention project in Finland -- Changes of plasma fatty acid profile and antioxidant vitamins during normal pregnancy -- Optimal design for the recruitment of participants as a factor for the effective implementation of a clinical trial -- The effect of ponderal index on plasma concentration of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) in neonatal pigs -- Effects of prenatal exposure to low and high dietary protein levels on maternal and fetal amino acid metabolism in rats -- Cow's milk introduction in Spanish infants -- Longer term effects of early cholesterol intake on cholesterol biosynthesis and plasma lipids: a randomized clinical trial -- Patterns of growth and energy utilization of the diet after a period of dietary restriction during the weaning period -- Infant formula feeding pattern and weaning introduction in Spanish infants -- Visual evoked potentials in infants after dietary supply of docosahexaenoic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate during pregnancy -- Electronic data capture and use of internet technologies in a double-blind randomised intervention trial -- Breastfeeding and baby friendly hospital initiative in Slovenia -- Nutritional status in young adults with screen-detected silent/sub-clinical coeliac disease -- Liporotein lipase (LPL) MRNA expression in placentas from normal and IUGR (intrauterine growth restricted) pregnancies by real-time PCR -- Maternal fasting effect on neonatal health -- The quality of schoolchildren's nutrition in Serbia -- Tendency towards obesity in Sydney school children -- Monitoring and supervising a dietary intervention trial using modern data processing system -- Analysis of drop-outs in a longitudinal study -- Recruitment strategies of the Spanish group in the "EU childhood obesity: programming by infant nutrition" -- Diet and nutritional risk factors in schoolchildren -- Influence of two forms of caseinophosphopeptide on iron bio availability -- Model of childhood obesity primary prevention programme -- Problems related to recruitment of participants for the triger project -- Vitamin D status at birth in Brussels--preliminary results -- Obesity among young adolescent Kuwaitis -- Dynamic changes in adiposity from fetal to postnatal life are involved in the adult metabolic syndrome associated with reduced fetal growth -- Excess fetal adiposity is associated with programming of placental lipid genes -- Appetite control in breastfed and formula fed infants -- What are the Danone Institutes.
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    The magnitude of the problem of malnutrition in Europe / Kondrup, J. -- Malnutrition in North America : where have we been? Where are we going? / Jensen, G. -- The economics of malnutrition / Elia, M. -- The need for consistent criteria for identifying malnutrition / Hoffer, J. -- Enteral nutrition reimbursement : the rationale for the policy : the US perspective / Parver, A.K. -- Enteral nutrition reimbursement : the rationale for the policy : the German perspective / Pahne, N. -- Food modification versus oral liquid nutrition supplementation / Silver, H. -- Cost-effectiveness analysis and health policy / Torgerson, D. -- Implementing nutritional standards : the Scottish experience / McKinlay, A. -- Innovative models for clinical nutrition and financing / Van Emelen, J. -- ENHA : what is it and what does it do? Reimbursement is not the solution / De Man, F. -- Brief history of parenteral and enteral nutrition in the hospital in the USA / Bistrian, B. -- What went right? The story of US Medicare medical nutrition therapy / Patrick, S.

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