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  • 1. Advances in the comprehension of the diet as a magic bullet to prevent cancer of the gastrointestinal system
  • 2. How a gastroenterologist interprets the mediterranean diet
  • 3. The gut microbiota and obesity in humnas
  • 4. Gut-brain axis: a new revolution to understand the pathogenesis of autism and other severe neurological diseases
  • 5. Does diet still retain a value in gastrointestinal pathology?
  • 6. Diet as therapy for IBD?
  • 7. Diverticular diseases and western diet: another metropolitan legend?
  • 8. How much fat does one need to eat to get a fatty liver? a dietary view of NAFLD
  • 9. Tasters, supertasters, genes and environment: how dietary choices influence our health
  • 10. From food map to FODMAP in irritable bowel syndrome
  • 11. The role of diet in counteracting gastroparesis
  • 12. How the precious role of wine in mediterranean diet is mediated by the gastrointestinal tract
  • 13. Why overweight/obesity leads to GERD.
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  • Part I. Overarching Issues for Nutritional Well-Being in Later Life
  • 1. Nutrition Interventions for Aging Populations
  • 2. Systematic Reviews in the Field of Nutrition
  • 3. Nutrition Assessment
  • Part II. Fundamentals of Nutrition and Geriatric Syndromes
  • 4. Nutrition and the Aging Eye
  • 5. Nutrition and Oral Health: A Two-Way Relationship
  • 6. Loss of Muscle Mass and Muscle Strength in Obese and Non-Obese Older Adults
  • 7. Muscle Metabolism, Nutrition, and Functional Status in Older Adults
  • 8. Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Cognitive Decline
  • 9. Food Insecurity and Hunger Among Older Adults
  • Part III. Common Clinical Conditions
  • 10. Obesity in Older Adults and Strategies for Weight Management
  • 11. Nutrition and Lifestyle Change in Older Adults with Diabetes Mellitus and Metabolic Syndrome
  • 12. Preventive Cardiology: Counseling Older At-Risk Adults on Nutrition
  • 13. Chronic Heart Failure
  • 14. The Relationship of Nutrition and Pressure Ulcers
  • 15. Nutrition Support in Solid Tumor Cancer Patients
  • 16. Nutrition and Chronic Kidney Disease
  • 17. Nutritional Concerns in Osteoporosis
  • 18. Dementia-related Mealtime Difficulties: Assessment and Management in the Long-Term Care Setting
  • 19. Nutrition at the End of Life
  • Part IV. Contemporary Diet-Focused Concerns
  • 20. Anti-Aging Effects of Nutritional Modification: The State of the Science on Calorie Restriction
  • 21. High-Risk Nutrients in the Aging Population
  • 22. Physical Activity and Exercise: Important Complements to Nutrition in Older Adults
  • 23. Dietary Supplements in Older Adults.
This is the new and fully revised third edition of the well-received text that is the benchmark book in the field of nutrition and aging. The editors (specialists in geriatric nutrition, medical sociology, and clinical nutrition, respectively) and contributors (a panel of recognized academic nutritionists, geriatricians, clinicians, and other scientists) have added a number of new chapters and have thoroughly updated the widely acclaimed second edition. This third edition provides fresh perspectives and the latest scientific and clinical developments on the interaction of nutrition with age-associated disease and provides practical, evidence-based options to enhance this at-risk population?s potential for optimal health and disease prevention. Chapters on a wide range of topics, such as the role of nutrition in physical and cognitive function, and coverage of an array of clinical conditions (obesity, diabetes, heart failure, cancer, kidney disease, osteoporosis), compliment chapters on food insecurity, anti-aging and nutritional supplements, making this third edition uniquely different from previous editions. Handbook of Clinical Nutrition and Aging, Third Edition, is a practical and comprehensive resource and an invaluable guide to nutritionists, physicians, nurses, social workers and others who provide health care for the ever-increasing aging population.
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  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Section A: Overview on fertility; Section B: Bariatric surgery, obesity, and fertility; Section C: Exercise and lifestyle in fertility; Section D: Nutrition and reproduction; Section E: Nutrition and lifestyle in in vitro fertilization; Section F: Nutrition, lifestyle, and male fertility; Acknowledgments; Section A
  • Overview on fertility; Chapter 1
  • Perceptions of Environmental Risks to Fertility; Introduction; Infertility
  • Definitions, Manifestations, and Risk Factors; Lifestyle and Infertility; Body Weight
  • TobaccoAlcohol; Caffeine; Sexually Transmitted Infections; Summary; Environmental Disruption of Reproductive Health; Human Exposure; Summary; Risk Perception; Environmental Risk Perception; Gender and Risk Perception; Race/Ethnicity and Risk Perception; Population-Based Environmental Risk Perception Studies; Summary; Risk Perception of Environmental Risks to Fertility; Preconception: Adolescents and Young Adults; General Public: Childless Adults and Parents; Occupationally Exposed: Agricultural Workers; Summary; Mitigation of Environmental Risks to Fertility; Barriers to Risk Mitigation
  • Public Health Approaches to InfertilitySummary; Conclusions; References; Chapter 2
  • Paternal smoking as a cause for transgenerational damage in the offspring; Introduction; Tobacco smoke; Genetic, epigenetic, and other transmissible factors; Quality control of paternal germ cells, post-fertilization repair of sperm DNA damage; Conclusions; References; Chapter 3
  • Impact of Cigarette Smoking During Pregnancy on Conception and Fetal Health through Serum Folate Levels; Introduction; General knowledge on folate; Smoking and pregnancy; Maternal Smoking and Neonatal Serum Folate Levels
  • Neonatal Serum Folate Levels in Preterm InfantsSmoking During Pregnancy May Associate with Asthma or Recurrent Wheezing in Children Through Serum Folate Levels; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4
  • The Effect of Maternal Metabolic Health and Diet on the Follicular Fluid Composition and Potential Consequences for...; Introduction; Metabolic health related composition of ovarian follicular fluid and its relation to oocyte and embryo quality parameters; Biochemical Parameters in the Follicular Fluid; Total Protein; Urea; C-reactive Protein; Follicular Fluid Parameters Related to Lipid Metabolism
  • CholesterolCarnitine; Follicular Fluid Parameters Related to Carbohydrate Metabolism; Hormonal Parameters in the Follicular Fluid; Insulin; Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1; Fatty Acids in the Ovarian Follicular Fluid; Fatty Acid Changes Through Diet; Fatty Acid Changes Through Adverse Metabolic Health; The effect of elevated NEFA concentrations on oocyte and embryo quality; Elevated NEFA Concentrations: Consequences for Cumulus, Granulosa, and Theca Cells; Elevated NEFA Concentrations: Consequences for the Oocyte; Elevated NEFA Concentrations: Consequences for the Resultant Embryo; Conclusions
Handbook of Fertility: Nutrition, Diet, Lifestyle and Reproductive Health focuses on the ways in which food, dietary supplements, and toxic agents, including alcohol and nicotine affect the reproductive health of both women and men. Researchers in nutrition, diet, epidemiology, and endocrinology will find this comprehensive resource invaluable in their long-term goal of understanding and improving reproductive health. This book brings together a broad range of experts researching the different aspects of foods and dietary supplements that promote or detract from reproductive health.
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  • Sect. I: Clinically relevant nutrient metabolism
  • Clinically relevant carbohydrate metabolism
  • Clinically relevant fat metabolism
  • Clinically relevant protein metabolism
  • Overview of clinically relevant micronutrient metabolism
  • Sect. II: Nutritional management in clinical practice: diet, in sickness and in health
  • Diet, weight regulation, and obesity
  • Diet, diabetes mellitus, and insulin resistance
  • Diet, atherosclerosis, and ischemic heart disease
  • Diet and hypertension
  • Diet and hemostasis
  • Diet and cerebrovascular and peripheral vascular disease
  • Diet and immunity
  • Diet and cancer
  • Diet and hematopoiesis: nutritional anesmias
  • Diet, bone metabolism, and osteoporosis
  • Diet and respiratory disease
  • Diet and renal disease
  • Diet and hepatobiliary disease
  • Diet and common gastrointestional disorders
  • Diet, dyspepsia, and peptic ulcer disease
  • Diet and rheumatologic disease
  • Diet and neurologic disorders
  • Diet and dermatoses
  • Diet and wound healing
  • Food allergy and intolerance
  • Eating disorders
  • Malnutrition and cachexia
  • Sect. III: Speical topics in clinical nutrition
  • Diet, pregnancy, and lactation
  • Diet and the menstrual cycle
  • Diet and early development: pediatric nutrition
  • Diet and adolescence
  • Diet and senescence
  • Ergogenic effects of foods and nutrients: diet and athletic performance & sports nutrition
  • Endocrine effects of diet: phytoestrogens
  • Diet, sleep-wake cycles, and mood
  • Diet and cognitive function
  • Diet and vision
  • Diet and dentition
  • Hunger, appetite, taste, and satiety
  • Health effects of chocolate
  • Health effects of ethanol
  • Health effects of coffee
  • Macronutrient food substitutes
  • Vegetarianism, veganism, and macrobiotic diets
  • Sect. IV: Diet and health promotion: establishing the theme of prudent nutrition
  • Culture, evolutionary biology, and the determinants of dietary preference
  • Dietary recommendations for health promotion and disease prevention
  • Sect. V: Principles of effective dietary counseling
  • Models of behavior modification for diet and activity patterns and weight management
  • Dietary counseling in clinical practice
  • Sect. VI: Controversies in contemporary clinical nutrition
  • The calorie
  • The search for scapegoats and silver bullets
  • Obesity as disease. 505 0 $a Sect. VII: Appendices and resource materials
  • Appendix A: Nutrition formulas of clinical interest
  • Appendix B: Growth and body weight assessment tables
  • Appendix C: Dietary intake assessment in the US population
  • Appendix D: Dietary intake assessment instruments
  • Appendix E: Nutrient/nutriceutical reference tables: intake range and dietary sources
  • Appendix F: Resources for nutrient composition of foods
  • Appendix G: Diet-drug interactions
  • Appendix H: Nutrient remedies for common conditions: patient resources
  • Appendix I: Print and web-based resource materials for professionals
  • Appendix J: Print and web-based resource materials for patients
  • Appendix K: Patient-specific meal planners
  • Appendix L: Patient-specific supplement guidelines.
"In nearly every level of treatment and counseling, care providers must take into account the effects of their patients' diets. Nutrition in Clinical Practice is written to guide health professionals in providing well-informed, compassionate, and effective dietary and weight-management counseling. This fully updated 3rd edition is edited by a leading authority in nutrition and preventive medicine. Practical and evidence-based, chapters address the effects of diet on health and a comprehensive array of illnesses, making it a vital and timely addition to any caregiver's library. Features: NEW data from hundreds of recent studies, NEW section: Contemporary Topics in Nutrition, Easy-reference format includes short chapters, links to current online articles, Contributors representing diverse expertise and practical experience with medical education, nutrition in clinical practice, and preventive medicine, Enhanced coverage of controversial topics, such as, the effects of sugar; health effects of obesity and the 'obesity paradox'; health effects of gluten and grains; nutritional therapy. Appendices includes ancillary materials such as clinically relevant formulas, nutrition data tables, and patient specific meal planners, all fully updated. Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access to: Complete content with enhanced navigation, A powerful search tool that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web, Cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation, Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text, Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues, Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use."-- Provided by publisher.
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  • What is Cystic Fibrosis? The relationship between nutrition and outcomes in cystic fibrosis
  • Macronutrient Requirements
  • Dietary fat and fat metabolism in CF
  • Vitamin D and Bone Health
  • Vitamins and Minerals
  • Nutrition in Infancy
  • Nutritional Assessment
  • Age 2-20 years
  • Nutrition Assessment: Adults and Obesity
  • Nutrition Intervention
  • Pancreatic Insufficiency
  • Nutrition and Cystic Fibrosis Related Liver Disease
  • Gastrointestinal Complications of Cystic Fibrosis and their impact on Nutrition
  • Nutritional Management of Cystic Fibrosis Related Diabetes Mellitus
  • Nutrition Pre and Post Lung Transplant
  • Pregnancy, Nutrition and Cystic Fibrosis
  • Nutrition for Pancreatic Sufficient Individuals with Cystic Fibrosis
  • Behavioral Interventions and Anticipatory Guidance
  • Nutrition and Quality Improvement in Cystic Fibrosis.
This comprehensive text fulfills an unmet need for practitioners who treat patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) by providing data-driven advice concerning the implementation of nutritional interventions to CF patients from infancy to adulthood. Nutritional therapies have been key early interventions, and remain central to the well-being and survival of patients with cystic fibrosis. The nature of the disease causes significant alterations in a patient's ability to process and assimilate nutrients and contribute to higher metabolic demands throughout a patient's life. This volume provides an introduction to cystic fibrosis and nutritional assessments and serves as an extensive guide to the nutritional monitoring and management of patients with cystic fibrosis, including special populations within cystic fibrosis that require additional considerations. Unique chapters in this volume include nutrition assessments for adult and obese CF patients and four chapters on specific common co-morbidities for cystic fibrosis patients: pancreatic insufficiency, liver disease, gastrointestinal complications, and cystic fibrosis related diabetes mellitus. Written by experts in the field, Nutrition in Cystic Fibrosis is designed as a resource for physicians, nurses, dietitians and other medical providers who deliver care for patients with cystic fibrosis.
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  • Role of nutrition in human health and disease / David C. Hilmers and Steven A. Abrams
  • Interaction of nutrition and immunity / Ebenezer Satyaraj and John E. Morley
  • Micronutrient deficiency and immunity / Sarah E. Cusick and John C. Chandy
  • Infection-nutrition interaction: perspectives from the developing world in transition / Noel W. Solomons and Anne-Marie Chomat
  • Role of oxidative stress and inflammation in nutrition-infection interactions and the potential therapeutic strategy using antioxidants and modulating inflammation / Elena Puertollano and Maria A. Puertollano
  • Nutrient-drug interactions / Kathleen M. Gura
  • HIV/AIDS and micronutrient supplementation / Elaine A. Yu, Julia L. Finkelstein, and Saurabh Mehta
  • Tuberculosis and human nutrition / Kee Thai Yeo and Anna Mandalakas
  • Impact of malaria and parasitic infections on human nutrition / Athis Arunachalam, Vedanta Dariya, and Celia Holland
  • Gut microbiome in the nutrition-infection interaction : a focus on malnourished children / Dorottya Nagy-Szakal, Richard Kellermayer, and Sanjiv Harpavat
  • Enteric syndromes leading to malnutrition and infections / Lier Goh and Praveen S. Goday
  • Probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics on infections, immunity, and nutrition / Diomel de la Cruz and Josef Neu
  • Immunonutrients and evidence for their use in hospitalized adults receiving artificial nutrition / Philip C. Calder
  • Impact of infection-nutrient interactions in infants, children and adolescents / Renán A. Orellana and Jorge A. Coss-Bu
  • Aging and effects of nutrient-infection interactions / Sung Nim Han
  • Future strategies and research directions in nutrition-infection interactions that will enhance human health / Mohan Pammi, Jesus G. Vallejo, and Steven A. Abrams.
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  • Introduction / C. Murray Ardies
  • Inflammation / C. Murray Ardies
  • Diabetes / Raymond E. Bourey, Meenakshi K. Kaw, Sumona Ghosh Lester, Simona S. Ghanem, and Sonia M. Najjar
  • Atherosclerosis / C. Murray Ardies and Christian K. Roberts
  • Osteoporosis / David W. Dodington and Wendy E. Ward
  • Cancer / Jonathan Cannizzo and C. Murray Ardies
  • Neurodegenerative disease / Aparna Raghavan and Zahoor A. Shah
  • Hunger and satiety signaling / Denovan P. Begg and Stephen C. Woods
  • Summary and recommendations / 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.
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"Beginning with an overview of food and food constituents, the book outlines current nutrient analysis systems, techniques for data analysis, and food labeling. The book reviews nutrition science including terminology, biochemistry, nutrient-nutrient interactions, and comparative nutrition. There is a detailed assessment in section three on nutritional needs throughout the lifecycle. It highlights exercise and the value of vegetarian diets in health promotion and disease prevention. Section four considers issues surrounding nutritional assessment, screening, and monitoring tools including questionnaires, and anthropometric-, psychological-, and energy-assessments--Provided by publisher.
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  • Part I. Specific Dietary Components
  • A. Major dietary constituents
  • B. Minerals
  • C. Vitamins
  • D. Other compounds with health relevance
  • Part II. Nutritional Roles in Integrated Biological Systems
  • A. Nutrient-gene mechanisms
  • B. Digestive, endocrine, immune, and neural mechanisms
  • Part III. Nutritional Needs and Assessment During the Life Cycle and Physiologic Changes
  • Part IV. Prevention and Management of Disease
  • A. Obesity and diabetes
  • B. Cardiovascular diseases
  • C. Pediatric and adolescent disorders
  • D. Disorders of the alimentary tract
  • E. Nutritional management during cancer
  • F. Skeletal and joint disorders
  • G. Nutrition in surgery and trauma
  • H. Behavioral, psychiatric, and neurologic disorders
  • I. Other systemic disorders
  • J. Food additives, hazards, and nutrient-drug interactions
  • Part V. Nutrition of Populations
  • A. Nutrition in a changing world.
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  • Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics : importance for functional foods and personalized nutrition / Lynnette R. Ferguson
  • Variations in solute transporter genes affecting micronutrient solute transport and human health / Peter Eck
  • Genetic variants in the omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acid metabolic pathways : their role in the determination of nutritional requirements and chronic disease risk / Artemis P. Simopoulos
  • Nutrigenomic approaches to unravelling the physiological effects of complex foods / Peter J. Gillies and John P. Vanden Heuvel
  • Modulating the risk of cardiovascular disease through nutrigenetics / Antonio Garcia-Rios ... [et al.]
  • Modulating the risk of obesity and diabetes through nutrigenetics / Helen M. Roche and Catherine Phillips
  • Nutrigenetics and Crohn's disease
  • / Lynnette R. Ferguson
  • Microbiome and host interactions in inflammatory bowel diseases : relevance for personalized nutrition / Wayne Young, Bianca Knoch, and Nicole C. Roy
  • The importance of cell-specific gene expression patterns for understanding nutrient and gene interactions in inflammatory bowel diseases / Anna Russ ... [et al.]
  • Data mining and network analysis : potential importance in nutrigenomics research / Varma Vijayalakshmi and Jim Kaput
  • Metabolomics : an important tool for assessing state of health and risk of disease in nutrigenomics research / Hui Ming Lin and Daryl Rowan
  • Epigenetics : what role could this play in functional foods and personalised nutrition? / Matthew P.G. Barnett, Shalom A. Bassett, and Emma Bermingham
  • Foodomics to study efficacy of human dietary interventions : proof of principle study / Stephanie Ellett ... [et al.]
  • Considerations in estimating genotype in nutrigenetic studies / Angharad R. Morgan
  • Bringing nutrigenomics to the food industry : industry-academia partnerships as an important challenge / Ralf C. Schlothauer and Joerg Kistler
  • Commercialisation of nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics / Virginia Parslow and Lynnette R. Ferguson
  • Bringing nutrigenomics to the public : Is direct-to-consumer testing the future of nutritional genomics? / David Castle
  • Nutritional genomics in practice : interaction with health professionals in bringing nutritional genomics to the public / Colleen Fogarty Draper
  • Harvesting normative potential for nutrigenomic research / Bart Penders and Michiel Korthals
  • Public health context for nutrigenomics and personalized nutrition / Elizabeth H. Marchlewicz, Karen E. Peterson, and Filbert S. Omenn
  • Nutrigenomics and public health / Maria Agelli and John Milner.
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Nutrition and Oral Medicine, Second Edition addresses the complex, multifaceted relationships between nutrition and oral health, explores proposed relationships between oral, systemic and nutritional well-being and provides insights into interprofessional, comprehensive care for individuals. Chapters focus on diet, nutrition and oral health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan, oral and dental diseases and disorders, oral manifestations of systemic diseases, and discussions of the synergy between oral tissues and nutrients. Cutting edge research issues regarding the relationship of individual antioxidants, trace elements, polyphenols and other nutrient substrates and oral health/disease, nutrigenomics, screening for nutrition and oral risk and other areas are covered in detail. Editors and authors include experts in nutrition and oral health from around the world. Nutrition and Oral Medicine, Second Edition is a invaluable resource for health professionals in the fields of nutrition and dentistry as well as other disciplines whose research, practice and education includes nutrition and oral medicine. It is an excellent resource for graduate level nutrition and dental students, dental and nutrition practitioners, educators and researchers as well as other health professionals.
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  • Nutrition in nursing
  • Carbohydrates
  • Protein
  • Lipids
  • Vitamins
  • Water and minerals
  • Energy balance
  • Guidelines for healthy eating
  • Consumer issues
  • Cultural and religious influences on food and nutrition
  • Healthy eating for healthy babies
  • Nutrition for infants, children, and adolescents
  • Nutrition for older adults
  • Obesity and eating disorders
  • Feeding patients : oral diets and enteral and parenteral nutrition
  • Nutrition for patients with metabolic or respiratory stress
  • Nutrition for patients with upper gastrointestinal disorders
  • Nutrition for patients with disorders of the lower GI tract and accessory organs
  • Nutrition for patients with diabetes mellitus
  • Nutrition for patients with cardiovascular disorders
  • Nutrition for patients with kidney disorders
  • Nutrition for patients with cancer or HIV/AIDS.
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  • Foundations for clinical practice and overview
  • Kidney function in health and disease
  • Historical perspective of nutrition in kidney disease
  • Changing demographics of chronic kidney disease in the US and worldwide
  • Nutritional assessment in chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic kidney disease during stages 1-4 in adults
  • Prevention
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Dyslipidemias
  • Treatment
  • Nutrition and pharmacologic approaches
  • Chronic kidney disease (stage 5) in adults
  • Treatment
  • Dialysis
  • Transplantation
  • Management
  • Protein-energy malnutrition
  • Nutrition support
  • Anemia management
  • Bone and mineral metabolism and disease
  • Chronic diseases: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and human immunodeficiency virus infection
  • Nutrition in chronic disease in special needs populations
  • Over the lifespan
  • Pregnancy
  • Infancy, childhood and adolescence
  • Aging adult
  • Management
  • Acute renal failure
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Kidney stones
  • Additional nutritional considerations in kidney disease
  • Dietary supplements
  • Issues affecting dietary adherence
  • Outcomes research
  • Suggested resources for the practitioner.
Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second Edition addresses the relationships between nutrition and (1) normal kidney function and disease, (2) the progressiveness of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and strategies to prevent further compromise, and (3) the treatment and management of kidney failure especially during medical crises, such as acute kidney injury and its consequent nutritional therapies (e.g., enteral and parenteral nutrition). Demographic patterns, trends and outcomes in the current health care systems are explored in the United States and abroad. Disease prevention and management are presented over the entire lifespan, beginning with pregnancy, followed by infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood, concluding with the elder years. Foundations for clinical practice are established by devoting a complete section towards conducting a comprehensive nutritional assessment, comprising of anthropometric, biochemical, clinical, physical parameters and psychosocial concerns unique to the kidney disease population. Nutritional therapy is also discussed across the spectrum of kidney disease, and pertinent aspects critical to successful management of disorders and conditions, such as bone disease, obesity, and nephrotic syndrome are explored. Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second edition highlights cutting edge research in regards to exercise and functional outcomes, malnutrition and the inflammatory response, experimental therapies, and the use of complementary and alternative medicine, with a special emphasis on relevant preventative strategies.
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  • Foundations for clinical practice and overview
  • Kidney function in health and disease
  • Historical perspective of nutrition in kidney disease
  • Changing demographics of chronic kidney disease in the US and worldwide
  • Nutritional assessment in chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic kidney disease during stages 1-4 in adults
  • Prevention
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Dyslipidemias
  • Treatment
  • Nutrition and pharmacologic approaches
  • Chronic kidney disease (stage 5) in adults
  • Treatment
  • Dialysis
  • Transplantation
  • Management
  • Protein-energy malnutrition
  • Nutrition support
  • Anemia management
  • Bone and mineral metabolism and disease
  • Chronic diseases: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and human immunodeficiency virus infection
  • Nutrition in chronic disease in special needs populations
  • Over the lifespan
  • Pregnancy
  • Infancy, childhood and adolescence
  • Aging adult
  • Management
  • Acute renal failure
  • Nephrotic syndrome
  • Kidney stones
  • Additional nutritional considerations in kidney disease
  • Dietary supplements
  • Issues affecting dietary adherence
  • Outcomes research
  • Suggested resources for the practitioner.
Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second Edition addresses the relationships between nutrition and (1) normal kidney function and disease, (2) the progressiveness of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and strategies to prevent further compromise, and (3) the treatment and management of kidney failure especially during medical crises, such as acute kidney injury and its consequent nutritional therapies (e.g., enteral and parenteral nutrition). Demographic patterns, trends and outcomes in the current health care systems are explored in the United States and abroad. Disease prevention and management are presented over the entire lifespan, beginning with pregnancy, followed by infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood, concluding with the elder years. Foundations for clinical practice are established by devoting a complete section towards conducting a comprehensive nutritional assessment, comprising of anthropometric, biochemical, clinical, physical parameters and psychosocial concerns unique to the kidney disease population. Nutritional therapy is also discussed across the spectrum of kidney disease, and pertinent aspects critical to successful management of disorders and conditions, such as bone disease, obesity, and nephrotic syndrome are explored. Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second edition highlights cutting edge research in regards to exercise and functional outcomes, malnutrition and the inflammatory response, experimental therapies, and the use of complementary and alternative medicine, with a special emphasis on relevant preventative strategies.
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  • pt. I. Overview
  • pt. II. Dietary nutrients and skin
  • pt. III. Plant and plant components and skin care
  • pt. IV. Dietary components and skin health
  • pt. V. Essential nutrients and skin cancer
  • pt. VI. Dietary components and skin cancer
  • pt. VII. Plants and plant components and non-cancerous skin diseases.
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.
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"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.
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  • Part I: Introduction to Stroke
  • Epidemiology of Stroke
  • Types of Strokes
  • Stroke Risk Factors
  • Perspectives and Approach to Stroke Prevention and Therapy
  • Part II: Health-Related Risk Factors for Stroke
  • Diabetes Mellitus Prevention and Treatment
  • Hypertension/Hyperlipidemia/Hyperhomocysteinemia and Nutrition Approaches
  • Obesity and Stroke
  • Pediatric/Adolescent Stroke
  • Stroke in Younger and Older Adults
  • Part III: Medical Management of Stroke
  • Medical Management of Stroke
  • Malnutrition in Stroke
  • Fluid and Electrolyte Management
  • Nutrition Support
  • Enteral Access
  • Dysphagia in Stroke
  • Stroke Nursing Care
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Ethical Issues in Stroke Patients
  • Suggested Stroke Related Resources for the Practitioner and Patient.
Handbook of Clinical Nutrition and Stroke is a comprehensive reference on nutrition for the multidisciplinary team caring for stroke patients. Targeting physicians, nurse practitioners, clinical dietitians, and advanced allied health and medical students, this volume provides an introduction on the different types of stroke, associated risk factors, and uniquely featured global perspectives on stroke. In addition to discussing stroke risk factors, the book expands upon treatment and management from the acute care setting through rehabilitation, captures the lifespan of patients affected by stroke.
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This Task Force report reviews the evidence that the seeds of many adult diseases are sown in utero and in infancy. The report, written by experts in the field, summarises current knowledge in this area. It illustrates how early life nutrition can bring about changes in organ development and function, thus programming risk of disease in adult life. It also considers what might be done in early life to reduce the burden of future ill health. Nutrition and Development: Short- and Long-Term Consequences for Health includes chapters on the history of this topic area, normal growth and development, and current recommendations and practice in relation to nutrition and diet in early life. Chapters exploring the possible mechanisms and pathways of critical windows for development cover the effects of diet and nutrition in early life on organ and skeletal development, the role of sex hormones in programming disease susceptibility, the establishment of gastrointestinal microbiota, and the impact of early life nutrition on cognitive and neurological development. This new report: * describes how development occurs and explores how changes in the fetal and postnatal environment, such as over- or under-nutrition, can result in permanent alterations in function; * explains how diet and nutrition in early life can affect risk of adult disease, with specific chapters on allergic disease and asthma, bone health, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cognitive function, diabetes and obesity; * includes a summary of the key points, as well as recommendations in each chapter to help fill the gaps in our knowledge; * provides an overview of the main messages in a practical question and answer format suitable for lay readers. Nutrition and Development is an important information resource for those involved in research and teaching in the health sciences sector and is also of value to those involved in making decisions about health policy. It will be of interest to a broad range of health professionals, the food industry and those who write and broadcast about the effects of food on health.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781444336788 20160612

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