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Section 1: General Aspects and Overviews 1.1. Overviews: A Primer on Seeds and Nut Biology, Improvement and Use-- Seeds as herbal drugs-- Seeds, Nuts and Vector-Borne Diseases-- 1.2. Composition: Fatty acid content of commonly available nuts and seeds-- Triacylglycerols in nut and seeds oils: detailed characterization using high-performance liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry-- Antioxidants in nuts and seeds-- Inorganic constituents of nuts and seeds-- 1.3. Effects on health: Nuts and Seeds in Cardiovascular Health-- Brassica seeds: metabolomics and biological potential-- Nuts and seeds used in health and disease in Pakistan-- Seeds components in cancer prevention-- Nuts, seeds and oral health-- 1.4. Adverse aspects: Mycotoxins in seeds and nuts-- Cyanogenic glycosides in nuts and seeds-- Allergies to nuts and seeds
Section 2: Effects of Specific Nuts and Seeds
African ebony seeds-- Ajwain seeds-- Almond seeds-- Aniseeds-- Bambangan seeds-- Bambara groundnut-- Betel nut-- Swietenine, Big Leaf Mahogany seeds-- Bitter Kola seeds-- Black soybean seeds-- Bonducella seeds-- Brazil nuts-- Broccoli seeds-- Buckwheat seeds-- West African Bush Mango-- Caper seeds-- Cardamom seeds-- Carob seeds-- Cashew nut-- Chia Seeds-- Chinese cabbage seeds-- Chinese Fan Palm-- Climbing black pepper seeds-- Cluster pepper seeds-- Cocoa Seeds-- Coconut seeds-- Common vetch seeds-- Usage of Coral bean seeds-- Coralwood seeds-- Coriander seeds-- Cowhage seeds-- Crabs eye seeds-- Cumin seeds-- Custard apple seeds-- Date Seeds-- Euphorbia seeds-- Fennel seeds-- Fenugreek seeds-- Five-leaved chaste tree seeds-- Flaxseeds-- Fragrant Olive seeds-- Gallnuts-- Garden cress seeds-- Ginkgo seeds-- Grains of Paradise Seeds-- Grape seeds-- Grapefruit seeds-- Gray Nickerbean-- Amazonian herb guarana seeds-- Guava seeds-- Harmala Seeds-- Hazelnuts-- Hempseeds-- Hongay oil tree seeds-- Horse chestnut-- Indian gooseberry seeds-- Indian mustard seeds-- Jackfruit seeds-- Jambolan seeds-- Kersting's Nut-- Litchi Seeds-- Longan seeds-- Lupine seeds-- Macadamia nuts-- Magnolia seeds-- Malay apple-- Mango seeds-- Marking Nut-- Milk Thistle-- Mobola plum seeds-- Moringa seeds-- Mucana seeds-- Neem tree seeds-- Nigella seeds-- Nutmeg-- Okra seed-- Olive seeds-- Papaya seeds-- Passion fruit seeds-- Peanut seeds-- Pecan nut-- Perennial horse gram Seeds-- Pistachio seeds-- Pomegranate seeds-- Pumpkin seeds-- Purple Camel's Food Seeds-- Purple Viper's Bugloss seeds-- Purple Wheat seeds-- Rapeseeds-- Red clover seeds-- Red onion seeds-- Sacha Inchi nut oil-- Safflower seeds-- Sea buckthorn seeds-- Sesame seeds-- Sour date seeds-- Soursop seeds-- Soybean-- Spotted bean-- Squirting cucumber seeds-- Sucupira branca seeds-- Sunflower Seeds-- Tamarind Seeds-- Tea seeds-- Tomato seeds-- Wallich seeds-- Walnuts-- Watermelon Seeds-- White cabbage seeds-- Wild Banana.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
The use of nuts and seeds to improve human nutritional status has proven successful for a variety of conditions including in the treatment of high cholesterol, reduced risk of Type-2 Diabetes, and weight control. Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention is a complete guide to the health benefits of nuts and seeds. This book is the only single-source scientific reference to explore the specific factors that contribute to these potential health benefits, as well as discussing how to maximize those potential benefits. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
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Rethinking food and medicine
Food as medicine
Healing foods and longevity
Dietary prescriptions and comfort foods
Medicine as food
Nutraceuticals and functional foods
Genetically modified foods and drugs
Eating and medicating.
What we eat, how we eat, where we eat, and when we eat are deeply embedded cultural practices. Eating is also related to how we medicate. The multimillion-dollar diet industry offers advice on how to eat for a better body and longer life, and avoiding harmful foods (or choosing healthy ones) is considered separate from consuming medicine - another multimillion-dollar industry. In contrast, most traditional medical systems view food as inseparable from medicine and regard medicinal foods as the front line of healing. Drawing on medical texts and food therapy practices from ar.