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1. Nutrient delivery [2017]

Book
1 online resource (xxxi, 818 pages)
  • 1
  • Nutrition-nutrient delivery; 1
  • Introduction; 2
  • Functional Foods and Bioactives; 3
  • Nutraceutical Formulation Challenges; 4
  • Oral Delivery; 5
  • Bioavailability Enhancement With Nanoparticles; 6
  • Food Grade Delivery Systems; 7
  • Protein-Based Nanodelivery Systems; 8
  • Lipid-Based Nanodelivery Systems; 9
  • Carbohydrate-Based Nanodelivery Systems; 10
  • Polysaccharide Nanoparticles for Nutrient Delivery; 11
  • Chitosan-Based Delivery Systems
  • 12
  • Regulations Surrounding Nanomaterial Safety13
  • Uptake of Nanoparticles and Potential Toxicity; 14
  • Conclusions and Future Directions; References; 2
  • Nanostructured biobased systems for nutrient and bioactive compounds delivery; 1
  • Introduction; 2
  • Design of Nanostructured Biobased Systems; 3
  • Nanostructured Biobased Systems as a Nutrient and Bioactive Compound Carrier; 3.1
  • Nutrients; 3.1.1
  • Vitamins; 3.1.2
  • Minerals; 3.1.3
  • Carotenoids; 3.1.4
  • Bioactive Compounds; 3.2
  • Evaluation of the Retention Capacity of Nanostructured Biobased Systems
  • 3.3
  • Controlled Release of Compounds from Nanostructured Biobased Systems3.3.1
  • Release Mechanisms; 3.3.1.1
  • Diffusion-Controlled Release; 3.3.1.2
  • Swelling-Controlled Release; 3.3.1.3
  • Degradation-Controlled Release; 3.3.1.4
  • Stimuli-Controlled Release; 3.3.2
  • Mathematical Modeling; 3.3.3
  • Nutrients Release Behavior; 4
  • Evaluation of Nanostructured Biobased Systems Behavior in Their Passage Through the Gastrointestinal Tract; 4.1
  • Bioavailability; 4.1.1
  • Challenges in Nutrient and Bioactive Compound Delivery in the GIT
  • 4.1.2
  • Strategies to Improve the Bioavailability of Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds4.1.3
  • Methods to Evaluate the Bioavailability of Nutrients and Bioactive Compounds; 4.2
  • Toxicity of Nanostructured Biobased Systems; 4.2.1
  • Behavior of Nanoparticles in the Intestinal Tract and Their Impact on Toxicity; 4.2.2
  • Mechanisms Induced by Nanostructures; 4.2.3
  • In Vitro and In Vivo Toxicological Studies; 5
  • Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; 3
  • Nanoscale nutrient delivery systems; 1
  • Introduction; 2
  • Bioaccessibility and Bioavailability of Nanoencapsulated Nutrients
  • 2.1
  • Bioaccessibility2.2
  • Digestion of Nanoencapsulated Nutrients; 2.3
  • Bioavailability; 2.3.1
  • Liberation (Solubilization); 2.3.2
  • Absorption; 2.3.2.1
  • Biological and Physiological Features of Gastrointestinal Tract; 2.3.2.2
  • Absorption Mechanisms; 2.3.3
  • Distribution (Transport to Systemic Circulation); 2.3.4
  • Metabolism; 2.3.5
  • Excretion; 3
  • Nanocarrier Materials; 4
  • Formulation Technologies; 4.1
  • Nanoemulsification; 4.2
  • Nanoprecipitation; 4.3
  • Emulsification-Solvent Evaporation Technique; 4.4
  • Coacervation; 4.5
  • Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Technology
  • 5
  • Nanoscale Delivery Systems
Book
online resource (xxxi, 369 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • 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.
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1 online resource.
  • List of contributors, ix Preface, xvii Online resources, xix PART I 1 Model and process for nutrition and dietetic practice 3 2 Nutrition care process terminology (NCPT) 8 3 Record keeping 12 4 Assessment 16 PART II Case studies 1 Veganism 25 2 Older person ethical dilemma 28 3 Older person 31 4 Learning disabilities: Prader Willi syndrome 34 5 Freelance practice 39 6 Public health weight management 41 7 Public health learning disabilities 48 8 Public health calorie labelling on menus 52 9 Genetics and hyperlipidaemia 55 10 Intestinal failure 59 11 Irritable bowel syndrome 62 12 Liver disease 66 13 Renal disease 69 14 Renal black and ethnic minority 72 15 Motor neurone disease/amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 75 16 Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy 78 17 Refsum s disease 81 18 Adult phenylketonuria 83 19 Osteoporosis 86 20 Eating disorder associated with obesity 90 21 Forensic mental health 92 22 Food allergy 97 23 HIV/AIDS 102 24 Type 1 diabetes mellitus 106 25 Type 2 diabetes mellitus Kosher diet 111 26 Type 2 diabetes mellitus private patient 114 27 Gestational diabetes mellitus 117 28 Polycystic ovary syndrome 121 29 Obesity specialist management 125 30 Obesity Prader Willi syndrome 131 31 Bariatric surgery 136 32 Stroke and dysphagia 140 33 Hypertension 143 34 Coronary heart disease 146 35 Haematological cancer 150 36 Head and neck cancer 153 37 Critical care 157 38 Traumatic brain injury 160 39 Spinal cord injury 164 40 Burns 167 41 Telehealth and cystic fibrosis 170 Case studies answers 1 Veganism 173 2 Older person-ethical dilemma 177 3 Older person 180 4 Learning disabilities: Prader Willi syndrome 183 5 Freelance practice 186 6 Public health weight management 189 7 Public health learning disabilities 193 8 Public health calorie labelling on menus 197 9 Genetics and hyperlipidaemia 199 10 Intestinal failure 205 11 Irritable bowel syndrome 207 12 Liver disease 210 13 Renal disease 216 14 Renal black and ethnic minority 221 15 Motor neurone disease/amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 224 16 Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy 227 17 Refsum s disease 230 18 Adult phenylketonuria 233 19 Osteoporosis 236 20 Eating disorder associated with obesity 238 21 Forensic mental health 242 22 Food allergy 245 23 HIV/AIDS 248 24 Type 1 diabetes mellitus 251 25 Type 2 diabetes mellitus Kosher diet 254 26 Type 2 diabetes mellitus private patient 257 27 Gestational diabetes mellitus 261 28 Polycystic ovary syndrome 266 29 Obesity specialist management 269 30 Obesity Prader Willi syndrome 272 31 Bariatric surgery 276 32 Stroke and dysphagia 283 33 Hypertension 285 34 Coronary heart disease 287 35 Haematological cancer 290 36 Head and neck cancer 296 37 Critical care 302 38 Traumatic brain injury 307 39 Spinal cord injury 312 40 Burns 315 41 Telehealth and cystic fibrosis 317 Appendices A1 Dietary reference values 323 A2 Weights and measures 328 A3 Dietary data 335 A4 Body mass index 342 A5 Anthropometric and functional data 346 A6 Predicting energy requirements 352 A7 Clinical chemistry 353 Index 361.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118897102 20170313
The ideal companion resource to Manual of Dietetic Practice , this book takes a problem-based learning approach to dietetics and nutrition with cases written and peer reviewed by registered dietitians, drawing on their own experiences and specialist knowledge * Each case study follows the Process for Nutrition and Dietetic Practice published by the British Dietetic Association in 2012 * Includes case studies in public health, an increasingly important area of practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118897102 20170313
Book
online resource (xii, 213 pages) : illustrations (some color)
  • 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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Book
online resource (xiv, 125 pages) : illustrations
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Book
online resource (ix, 151 pages)
  • The physiology and mechanism of growth / Ahmed, S.F., Phillip, M., Grimberg, A.
  • Obesity, metabolic syndrome and nutrition / Shaltin, S., Battelino, T., Moreno, L.A.
  • Term and preterm infants / van Goudoever, J.B., Turck, D.
  • Cognition / Agostoni, C., Bettocchi, S.
  • Nutrition and growth in chronic disease / Hartmann, C., Shamir, R.
  • Early nutrition and its effects on growth, body composition and later obesity / Michaelsen, K.F., Larnkjaer, A., Larsson, M.W., Mølgaard, C.
  • Malnutrition and catch-up growth during childhood and puberty / Bhutta, Z., Yackobovitch-Gavan, M.
  • Pregnancy: impact of maternal nutrition on intrauterine fetal growth / Hiersch, L.; Yogey, Y.
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online resource (xvi, 172 pages) : illustrations
  • Early nutrition as a major determinant of 'immune health' : implications for allergy, obesity and other noncommunicable diseases / Prescott, S.L. (Australia)
  • The future of infant and young children's food : food supply/manufacturing and human health challenges in the 21st century / Venter, C.; Maslin, K. (UK)
  • Infant feeding : foods, nutrients and dietary strategies to prevent allergy / Beyer, K. (Germany)
  • Using food and nutritional strategies to induce tolerance in food-allergic children / Nowak-Wȩgrzyn, A. (USA)
  • Summary on allergy / Prescott, S.L. (Australia)
  • Interrupting intergenerational cycles of maternal obesity / Gillman, M.W. (USA)
  • Development, epigenetics and metabolic programming / Godfrey, K.M., Costello, P., Lillycrop K. (UK)
  • Endocrine and metabolic biomarkers predicting early childhood obesity risk / Socha, P. (Poland), Hellmuth, C. (Germany), Gruszfeld, D. (Poland), Demmelmair, H., Rzehak, P., Grote, V., Weber, M. (Germany), Escribano, J., Closa-Monasterolo, R. (Spain), Dain, E., Langhendries, J.-P. (Belgium), Riva, E., Verduci, E. (Italy), Koletzko, B. (Germany), for the European Childhood Obesity Trial Study Group
  • Effects of early nutrition on the infant metabolome / Hellmuth, C., Uhl, O., Kirchberg, F.F., Grote, V., Weber, M., Rzehak, P. (Germany), Carlier, C. (Belgium), Ferre, N. (Spain), Verduci, E. (Italy), Gruszfeld, D., Socha, P. (Poland), Koletzko, B. (Germany), for the European Childhood Obesity Trial Study Group
  • Postnatal high protein intake can contribute to accelerated weight gain of infants and increased obesity risk / Haschke, F. (Austria), Grathwohl, D., Detzel, P., Steenhout, P., Wagemans, N. (Switzerland)
  • Summary on obesity prevention / Haschke, F. (Austria)
  • Complementary feeding : taste, eating behavior and later health
  • Can optimal complementary feeding improve later health and development? / Fewtrell, M.S. (UK)
  • Learning to eat : behavioral and psychological aspects / Birch, L.L., Flatt, W.P. (USA)
  • The development of flavor perception and acceptance : the roles of nature and nurture / Forestell, C.A. (USA)
  • Dietary patterns during complementary feeding and later outcomes / Emmett, P.M. (UK)
  • Nature and nurture in early feeding behavior / Cooke, L. (UK)
  • Summary on complementary feeding : taste, eating behavior and later health / Fewtrell, M.S. (UK).
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online resource (xiii, 166 pages) : illustrations
  • Proteins, peptides and amino acids : role in infant nutrition / Nutten, S.
  • Hydrolyzed proteins in allergy / Salvatore, S.; Vandenplas, Y.
  • Infant formula with partially hydrolyzed proteins in functional gastrointestinal disorders / Vandenplas, Y.; Salvatore, S.
  • Hydrolyzed proteins in preterm infants / Senterrre, T.; Rigo, J.
  • Hydrolyzed formula for every infant? / Fleischer, D.M.; Venter, C.; Vandenplas, Y.
  • The benefits of breast feeding / Shamir, R.
  • Protein evolution of human milk / Thakkar, S.K.; Giuffrida, F.; Bertschy, E.; De Castro, A.; Destaillats, F.; Lee, L.Y.
  • Metabolic programming : effects of early nutrition on growth, metabolism and body composition / Haschke, F.; Grathwohl, D. Haiden, N.
  • Human milk : bioactive proteins/peptides and functional properties / Lönnerdal, B.L.
  • Human milk for preterm infants and fortification / Bhatia, J.
  • Protein needs of preterm infants : why are they so difficult to meet? / Ziegler, E.E.
  • Optimizing early protein intake for long-term health of preterm infants / Singhal, A.
  • Defining protein requirements of preterm infants by using metabolic studies in fetuses and preterm infants / van den Akker, C.H.P.; van Goudoever, J.B.
  • Amino acid intake in preterm infants / Burattini, I.; Bellagamba, M.P.; D'Ascenzo, R.; Biagetti, C.; Carnielli, V.P.
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xiv, 246 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • Historical Introduction-- Cacao Cultivation and Sustainability-- Chemistry of Cacao-- Cacao Genome Analysis-- Cacao and Nutrition-- Bioavailability-- Cacao and Cardiovascular Health-- Exercise Recovery-- Cognition-- Diabetes and Obesity-- Chocolate, Cocoa, and Women's Health-- Skin Health-- Dental Health.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849739122 20160618
Following on from their previous volume on Chocolate as Medicine, Philip K. Wilson and W. Jeffrey Hurst edit this companion volume, Chocolate and Health, providing a comprehensive overview of the chemistry, nutrition and bioavailability of cacao and chocolate. The book begins with a brief historical introduction to the topic, outlining the current and historical medical uses of chocolate and chocolate derivatives. The remainder of the text is arranged into three sections, taking the reader through various aspects of the nutritional and health aspects of cacoa. The first section covers the cultivation, chemistry and genome analysis of cacao. The second section discusses the biochemistry and nutritional components of cacao in relation to health, covering bioavailabilty and the metabolism and metabolomics of cacao. The final section provides an overview of the potential use of chocolate in health and medical care. Each section is written and prepared by experts within each field, providing a global perspective of the current and ongoing research in this area. This text provides the reader with a complete overview of the field and is of interest to food and biomedical scientists, as well as nutritionists, medicinal chemists and anyone with an interest in chocolate.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781849739122 20160618
Science Library (Li and Ma)

10. Clinical nutrition ESPEN [2015 - ]

Journal/Periodical
1 online resource
Book
1 online resource.
  • Contributors, viii Foreword, x Acknowledgments, xii 1 Importance of good health and nutrition before and during pregnancy, 1 Catherine R. Hankey 2 Nutrition and health in the early years, 14 Judy More 3 Defining and measuring childhood obesity, 30 Charlotte M. Wright 4 Early life risk factors for childhood obesity, 40 John J. Reilly and Adrienne R. Hughes 5 Early physical activity and sedentary behaviours, 46 Anthony D. Okely and Xanne Janssen 6 Talking about weight with families, 59 Paul Chadwick and Helen Croker 7 Parenting strategies for healthy weight in childhood, 71 Clare Collins, Tracy Burrows and Kerith Duncanson 8 Pre-school prevention interventions, 81 Pinki Sahota 9 Contribution of food provision in primary schools to the prevention of childhood obesity, 91 Ethan A. Bergman 10 Early clinical interventions and outcomes, 100 Louise A. Baur Index, 112.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118792445 20170403
Early Years Nutrition and Healthy Weight focuses on the early years of childhood as a key period in which eating and exercise habits are formed. Combining current evidence with practical advice, an international group of health specialists advise on the avoidance and management of childhood obesity. They look at key risk areas such as early sedentary behaviour, parental influences and underlying medical causes, and also investigate practical interventions including advice during pregnancy, parenting strategies, and prevention during pre-school and the early school years. This practical handbook contains vital information and advice for all nutritionists and dietitians working with young children and families. It will also be a valuable text for health visitors, paediatricians and general practitioners, and students of nutrition and dietetics specialising in paediatric nutrition. Key features: * Only practitioner handbook dedicated to the early years of childhood as the key to ensuring healthy weight in later life * Covers pregnancy through to pre-school and early school years interventions * Also addresses the social and psychological issues that underpin nutritional problems * International group of expert authors consider the issue across the developed world * Case studies in each chapter illustrate the application of theory to practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118792445 20170403
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lix, 1,028 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Setting the standard for more than 30 years, Exercise Physiology has helped more than 350,000 students build a solid foundation in the scientific principles underlying modern exercise physiology. This Eighth Edition is updated with the latest research in the field to give you easy-to-understand, up-to-date coverage of how nutrition, energy transfer, and exercise training affect human performance. Get quick access to the resources available to help you master each section of the text with "Ancillaries at a Glance."Maximize your study time with the book's vibrant, "magazine style" design that makes the content more engaging and accessible and key information easier to find.Reinforce your understanding with Chapter Objectives, Integrative Questions that pose open-ended questions for reflection on complex concepts, and FYI sections that offer "good to know" information.Gain an understanding of how researchers contribute to our knowledge of exercise physiology through engaging section-opening interviews with key figures in the field. Learn how theoretical concepts relate to practical skills through "In a Practical Sense" features.Access the most relevant current information in the field through figures and tables that clarify important concepts and information. Gain an understanding of the past, present, and future of the profession through coverage of important milestones and future directions in the field.Visit the free companion website for anywhere, anytime access to over 30 animations of key exercise physiology concepts, the book's complete list of references, and more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781451191554 20160618
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online resource (xxvii, 442 pages) : illustrations, portraits ; 27 cm
  • 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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1 online resource.
  • 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.
Book
online resource (xvi, 144 pages)
  • Adolescent health globally : issues and challenges / Patton, G.C.; Sawyer, S.M.
  • Preconception care and nutrition interventions in low- and middle-income countries / Bhutta, Z.A.; Lassi, Z.S.
  • Adolescent health and nutrition in the US and Canada : an overview of issues and determinants / Cidro, J.; Suleman, S.; Leslie, K.; Amaria, K.; Hartman, B.; Thompson, G.; Freeman, J.; Bismila, Z.; Bismila, V.; Moore, E.; Morgan, R.; Alebraheem, Z.; Kaufman, M.
  • Nutrition challenges and issues of relevance to adolescents in low- and middle-income countries / Prentice, A.M.
  • Social determinants of health in adolescents and young women's health and nutrition : current evidence / Fatusi, A.O.; Bello, B.
  • Platforms for delivery of adolescent-friendly health care / Sawyer, S.M.; Patton, G.C.
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome in young women : issues and consequences / Norman, R.J.; Moran, L.J.
  • Obesity, prediabetes, and diabetes in adolescents and women : evidence-based interventions / Lassi, Z.S.; Bhutta, Z.A.
  • Interventions before and during pregnancy to minimize the risks of an overweight pregnancy / Dekker Nitert, M.; Matusiak, K.; Barrett, H.L.; Callaway, L.K.
  • Understanding drivers of dietary behavior before and during pregnancy in industrialized countries / Malek, L.; Umberger, W.; Zhou, S.J.; Makrides, M.
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online resource (xiv, 170 pages) : illustrations
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vi, 722 pages : charts ; 21 cm
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online resource (x, 238 pages) : color illustrations
  • Part I. Truncal obesity, inflammation, metabolic syndrome: an insight
  • Part II. Inflammation and physiology of pregnancy
  • Part III. The potential value of nutrition and nutriceutical supplementation to prevent obstetrical complications
  • Part IV. Future dietary strategies to reduce inflammation and metabolic syndrome by an healthy eating plate.
Medical Library (Lane)

19. NFS journal [2015 - ]

Journal/Periodical
1 online resource
Book
1 online resource.
  • Introduction to lifespan nutrition
  • Before life begins
  • Pregnancy
  • Fetal nutrition and disease in later life
  • Lactation and infant feeding
  • Nutrition and childhood
  • Nutrition and adolescence
  • The adult years
  • Nutrition, ageing, and the elderly.
Bringing together key topics in basic science, clinical nutrition, and public health, Nutrition, Health and Disease is an easy-to-read, student-friendly textbook which clearly demonstrates how the body s demand for nutrients changes throughout life, and thus the variety of ways in which nutrition and diet affect health and disease. The second edition of this successful text includes: * Expanded introductory material to ensure a firm grasp of key concepts * New content on vegetarian, vegan, kosher and other alternative diets * Dieting in adults * Gender and nutrition * Macro- and micronutrients * A range of new diagrams to support visual learners * Background on nutritional epidemiology and statistics. Nutrition, Health and Disease: A Lifespan Approach is an ideal resource for the range of material a student or newly-qualified nutrition or dietetics professional needs to know.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118907092 20170403

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