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Nutrition in the prevention and treatment of disease.

Author: Ann M Coulston; Carol Boushey; Mario Ferruzzi
Publisher: Oxford : Academic, 2012.
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Expertly edited, the Second Edition of "Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease" offers 4 completely new chapters and all chapters have been completely updated. Given its unique focus and extensive coverage of clinical applications and disease prevention, this edition is organized for easy integration into advanced upper-division or graduate nutrition curriculum's. Foundation chapters on nutrition  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann M Coulston; Carol Boushey; Mario Ferruzzi
ISBN: 9780123918840 0123918847
OCLC Number: 822487489
Notes: Previous ed.: 2008.
Description: 903 p.
Contents: Note continued: IV.Physical Manifestations of Malnutrition --
V.Functional Assessment --
VI.Multicomponent Assessment Tools --
VII.Summary --
References --
4.Energy Requirement Methodology / James P. DeLany --
I.Introduction --
II.Components of Daily Energy Expenditure --
III.Total Energy Expenditure --
IV.Recommended Energy Intakes --
References --
pt. B Research and Applied Methods for Observational and Intervention Studies --
5.Application of Research Paradigms to Nutrition Practice / Carol J. Boushey --
I.Introduction --
II.Broad Research Areas --
III.Evidence-Based Practice --
IV.Translational Research --
V.Summary --
References --
6.Overview of Nutritional Epidemiology / Ruth E. Patterson --
I.Introduction --
II.Principles of Exposure Measurement in Nutritional Epidemiology --
III.Study Designs Used in Nutritional Epidemiology --
IV.Interpretation of Cause and Effect in Nutritional Epidemiology. Note continued: V.Obstacles to Finding Associations of Dietary Intake and Disease Risk --
VI.Future Research Directions --
References --
7.Analysis, Presentation, and Interpretation of Dietary Data / Rachel K. Johnson --
I.Introduction --
II.Analysis of Dietary Data --
III.Presentation of Data --
IV.Interpretation of Data --
V.Conclusion --
References --
8.Current Theoretical Bases for Nutrition Intervention and Their Uses / Karen Glanz --
I.The Importance of Understanding Influences on Dietary Behavior --
II.What is Theory? --
III.Explanatory and Change Theories --
IV.Unique Features of Diet-Related Behavior to Consider when Using Theory --
V.Important Theories and their Key Constructs --
VI.Findings Regarding Applications of Theory to Nutritional Behavior --
VII.Constructs and Issues Across Theories --
VIII.Implications and Opportunities --
References --
9.Nutrition Intervention / Linda G. Snetselaar --
I.Introduction. Note continued: II.Common Components of Dietary Interventions in Clinical Trials --
III.Conceptual Models of Motivation --
IV.Theories Used in Achieving Dietary Behavior Change in Clinical Trials --
V.Summary --
References --
10.Tools and Techniques to Facilitate Nutrition Intervention / Joan M. Heins --
I.Introduction --
II.The Nutrition Education and Counseling Process --
III.The Teaching/Learning Process --
IV.Nutrition Education Techniques --
V.Behavior Change Techniques --
VI.Conclusion --
References --
11.Evaluation of Nutrition Interventions / Nicholas J. Ollberding --
I.Introduction --
II.Overview: Types of Nutrition Intervention Program Evaluations --
III.Outcomes or End Points Used to Assess Intervention Effectiveness --
IV.Design of Nutrition Intervention Evaluations --
V.Measurement Issues when Assessing Dietary Change and other Intervention Outcomes --
VI.Dietary Assessment Instruments and their Applicability for Intervention Evaluation --
VII.Conclusion. Note continued: References --
12.Biomarkers and Their Use in Nutrition Intervention / Cheryl L. Rock --
I.Introduction --
II.Biomarkers of Dietary Intake or Exposure --
III.Functional Biomarkers and Markers of Biological Effects --
IV.Biomarkers of Genetic Susceptibility --
V.Metabolomics for Biomarker Discovery --
VI.Criteria for Selecting and Using Biomarkers --
VII.Summary --
References --
2.NUTRITION FOR HEALTH MAINTAINENCE, PREVENTION, AND DISEASE-SPECIFIC TREATMENT --
pt. A Food and Nutrition Intake for Health --
13.Nutrition Guidelines to Maintain Health / Suzanne P. Murphy --
I.Introduction --
II.Guidelines for Nutrient Intakes --
III.Guidelines for Healthy Food Choices: Dietary Guidelines for Americans --
IV.Selected Government Resources to Promote Nutritional Health --
V.Conclusion --
References --
14.Nutrition, Health Policy, and the Problem of Proof / Sarah Roller --
I.Background Considerations --
II.The Matter of Proof --
III.Approaches --
IV.Conclusion. Note continued: References --
15.Choline and Brain Development / Mihai D. Niculescu --
I.Introduction --
II.Choline Metabolism and Biochemistry --
III.Choline in Foods and Dietary Requirements --
IV.Choline and Neural Development --
V.Long-Lasting Consequences of Prenatal Choline Availability --
VI.Implications for Human Brain Development --
Acknowledgment --
References --
16.Nutritional Recommendations for Athletes / Sara C. Campbell --
I.Introduction --
II.Energy Requirements for Athletes --
III.Macronutrient Recommendations for Athletes --
IV.Micronutrient Requirements for Athletes --
V.Fluid Requirements for Athletes --
VI.Summary and Conclusions --
References --
17.Nutrition for Children with Special Health Care Needs / Beth Ogata --
I.Introduction --
II.The Role of Nutrition in Preventing Developmental Problems --
III.The Functional Approach to Nutrition Assessment for Children with Special Needs --
IV.Evidence-Based Interventions for Selected Conditions. Note continued: V.Conclusion --
References --
pt. B Dietary Bioactive Compounds for Health --
18.Antioxidants in Health and Disease / Susan M. Pilch --
I.Introduction --
II.Antioxidants in Disease Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment --
III.Overall Conclusion and Discussion --
References --
19.Diet and Supplements in the Prevention and Treatment of Eye Diseases / Kristin J. Meyers --
I.Introduction --
II.Cataract --
III.Age-Related Macular Degeneration --
IV.Diabetic Retinopathy --
V.Overall Summary --
References --
20.Nutrients and Food Constituents in Cognitive Decline and Neurodegenerative Disease / Barbara Shukitt-Hale --
I.Introduction --
II.Gender Differences in Dementia --
III.Oxidative Stress in Aging --
IV.Inflammation --
V.Age --
Alzheimer's Disease Parallels --
VI.Polyphenol Supplementation and Reductions of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation --
VII.Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
References. Note continued: 21.Phytochemicals in the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity and Its Related Cancers / Ki Won Lee --
I.Introduction --
II.Role of Adipose Tissue in Obesity --
III.Obesity-Related Cancers --
IV.Phytochemicals in Obesity and Its Related Cancers --
V.Conclusion --
References --
22.Bioavailability and Metabolism of Bioactive Compounds from Foods / Mario G. Ferruzzi --
I.Introduction --
II.Bioavailability of Water-Soluble Compounds --
III.Lipid-Soluble Compounds --
IV.Summary --
References --
pt. C Overweight and Obesity --
23.Genetics of Human Obesity / Craig H. Warden --
I.Introduction --
II.Genetic Epidemiology of Human Obesity --
III.Why Does it Matter? --
IV.The Search for Obesity Genes --
V.Gene-Environment Interactions --
VI.Single-Gene Obesity in Humans --
VII.The Leptin-Melanocortin Pathway --
VIII.Association of Susceptibility Genes with Obesity Phenotypes --
IX.Rare Genetic Syndromes with Obesity as a Prominent Feature. Note continued: X.Clinical Implications of the Discovery of Obesity Genes --
References --
24.Obesity: Overview of Treatments and Interventions / James O. Hill --
I.Introduction --
II.Assessment of Overweight and Obesity --
III.Lifestyle Modification --
IV.Pharmaceutical Intervention --
V.Surgical Treatment --
VI.Special Issues in the Treatment of Pediatric Obesity --
VII.Acute Weight Loss Versus Maintaining Long-Term Weight Loss --
VIII.The Future of Weight Management --
References --
25.Surgery for Severe Obesity / Holly Herrington --
I.Introduction --
II.Bariatric Surgical Procedures --
III.Clinical Aspects --
IV.Preoperative Assessment --
V.The Role of Preoperative Weight Loss --
VI.Postoperative Management --
VII.Nutrients --
VIII.Long-Term Concerns --
IX.Conclusions --
References --
26.Behavioral Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity / Alison M. Roeder --
I.Introduction --
II.Physical Activity --
III.Dietary Intake Factors. Note continued: IV.Summary and Public Health Recommendations --
V.Conclusion --
References --
27.Snacking and Energy Balance in Humans / Sze-Yen Tan --
I.Definitions of Snacking --
II.Prevalence of Snacking --
III.Types of Snacks Consumed --
IV.Snacking and Energy Balance --
V.Snacking and Overweight and Obesity --
VI.Snacking and Weight Loss or Maintenance --
VII.The Role of Snacks in a Healthy Diet --
VIII.Conclusions and Recommendations --
References --
pt. D Cardiovascular Disease --
28.Genetic Influences on Blood Lipids and Cardiovascular Disease Risk / Martha Guevara-Cruz --
I.Introduction --
II.Representative Genome-Wide Association Studies --
III.Development of Cardiovascular Score --
Acknowledgments --
References --
29.The Role of Diet in the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease / Penny Kris-Etherton --
I.Introduction --
II.Food-Based Guidance --
III.Dietary Fat --
IV.Dietary Carbohydrate --
V.Dietary Protein --
VI.Dietary Cholesterol. Note continued: VII.Conclusions --
References --
30.Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Hypertension / Laura P. Svetkey --
I.Introduction --
II.Individual Nutrients and Blood Pressure --
III.Other Dietary and Lifestyle Modifications --
IV.Current Recommendations and Implementation --
V.Summary --
Appendix 1 --
Appendix 2 National Institutes of Health --
References --
pt. E Diabetes Mellitus --
31.Obesity and the Risk for Type 2 Diabetes / Rejeanne Gougeon --
I.Introduction --
II.Definitions and Classifications of Obesity and Diabetes --
III.Why are the Obese at Risk? --
IV.Conclusion --
References --
32.The Role of Diet in the Prevention and Treatment of Diabetes / Linda M. Delahanty --
I.Introduction --
II.Diagnostic Criteria and Diabetes Categories --
III.Medical Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment --
IV.Approaches to Reduce Complications --
V.Gestational Diabetes --
VI.Nutrient Intake Considerations. Note continued: VII.Collaborative Efforts for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment --
VIII.Conclusion --
References --
33.Nutritional Management for Gestational Diabetes / Maria Duarte-Gardea --
I.Introduction --
II.Screening and Diagnosis --
III.Complications --
IV.Nutrition Management --
V.Clinical Outcomes --
VI.Pharmacological Agents --
VII.Physical Activity --
VIII.Postpartum Follow-UP --
IX.Prevention --
X.Conclusion --
References --
pt. F Cancer --
34.Nutrition and Genetic Factors in Carcinogenesis / Jo L. Freudenheim --
I.Introduction --
II.Background and Definitions --
III.Mechanisms of Diet-Gene Interactions --
IV.Methodological Issues --
V.Diet --
Gene Interactions and cancer --
VI.Future Directions --
References --
35.Nutrition and Cancers of the Breast, Endometrium, and Ovary / Wendy Demark-Wahnefried --
I.Introduction --
II.Breast Cancer --
III.Endometrial Cancer --
IV.Ovarian Cancer --
V.Summary and Conclusion --
References.

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schema:description"Note continued: X.Clinical Implications of the Discovery of Obesity Genes -- References -- 24.Obesity: Overview of Treatments and Interventions / James O. Hill -- I.Introduction -- II.Assessment of Overweight and Obesity -- III.Lifestyle Modification -- IV.Pharmaceutical Intervention -- V.Surgical Treatment -- VI.Special Issues in the Treatment of Pediatric Obesity -- VII.Acute Weight Loss Versus Maintaining Long-Term Weight Loss -- VIII.The Future of Weight Management -- References -- 25.Surgery for Severe Obesity / Holly Herrington -- I.Introduction -- II.Bariatric Surgical Procedures -- III.Clinical Aspects -- IV.Preoperative Assessment -- V.The Role of Preoperative Weight Loss -- VI.Postoperative Management -- VII.Nutrients -- VIII.Long-Term Concerns -- IX.Conclusions -- References -- 26.Behavioral Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity / Alison M. Roeder -- I.Introduction -- II.Physical Activity -- III.Dietary Intake Factors."@en
schema:description"Note continued: IV.Physical Manifestations of Malnutrition -- V.Functional Assessment -- VI.Multicomponent Assessment Tools -- VII.Summary -- References -- 4.Energy Requirement Methodology / James P. DeLany -- I.Introduction -- II.Components of Daily Energy Expenditure -- III.Total Energy Expenditure -- IV.Recommended Energy Intakes -- References -- pt. B Research and Applied Methods for Observational and Intervention Studies -- 5.Application of Research Paradigms to Nutrition Practice / Carol J. Boushey -- I.Introduction -- II.Broad Research Areas -- III.Evidence-Based Practice -- IV.Translational Research -- V.Summary -- References -- 6.Overview of Nutritional Epidemiology / Ruth E. Patterson -- I.Introduction -- II.Principles of Exposure Measurement in Nutritional Epidemiology -- III.Study Designs Used in Nutritional Epidemiology -- IV.Interpretation of Cause and Effect in Nutritional Epidemiology."@en
schema:description"Expertly edited, the Second Edition of "Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease" offers 4 completely new chapters and all chapters have been completely updated. Given its unique focus and extensive coverage of clinical applications and disease prevention, this edition is organized for easy integration into advanced upper-division or graduate nutrition curriculum's. Foundation chapters on nutrition research methodology and application clearly link the contributions of basic science to applied nutrition research and, in turn, to research-based patient care guidelines. Readers will learn to integrate basic principles and concepts across disciplines and areas of research and practice as well as how to apply this knowledge in new creative ways. Chapters on specific nutrients and health cover topics where data are just beginning to be identified, such as choline, antioxidants, nutrition and cognition, and eye disease. Established areas of chronic disease: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal disease, and bone health are presented each in their own sections, which aim to demonstrate the inter-action of basic science, genetics, applied nutrition research, and research-based patient care guidelines. No other nutrition book on the market takes this approach. Students will take away foundational insights into the application of nutrition research in the prevention and treatment of disease. Busy researchers and clinicians will use this book as a "refresher course" and should feel confident in making patient care recommendations based on solid current research findings. New to this edition: all chapters have been completely updated; 26 new authors and co-authors; 4 completely new chapters: Surgery for Severe Obesity; Snacking and Energy Balance in Humans; Phytochemicals in the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity and Its Related Cancers; Bioavailability and Metabolism of Bioactive Compounds from Foods; New section on Dietary Bioactive Compounds for Health explores bioactive components present in edible plants of particular interest for the prevention of disease; New to the obesity section is a chapter on the management of patients who have undergone surgical treatment for obesity; Greatly expanded coverage of biomarkers used to monitor nutrition interventions; and Updated appendices include the latest dietary reference intakes. Key Features: unique focus and extensive coverage of clinical applications and disease prevention; clearly links the contributions of basic science to applied nutrition research and, in turn, to research-based patient care guidelines; and assimilates a large body of research and applications and serves as a "refresher course" for busy researchers and clinicians."@en
schema:description"Note continued: References -- 12.Biomarkers and Their Use in Nutrition Intervention / Cheryl L. Rock -- I.Introduction -- II.Biomarkers of Dietary Intake or Exposure -- III.Functional Biomarkers and Markers of Biological Effects -- IV.Biomarkers of Genetic Susceptibility -- V.Metabolomics for Biomarker Discovery -- VI.Criteria for Selecting and Using Biomarkers -- VII.Summary -- References -- 2.NUTRITION FOR HEALTH MAINTAINENCE, PREVENTION, AND DISEASE-SPECIFIC TREATMENT -- pt. A Food and Nutrition Intake for Health -- 13.Nutrition Guidelines to Maintain Health / Suzanne P. Murphy -- I.Introduction -- II.Guidelines for Nutrient Intakes -- III.Guidelines for Healthy Food Choices: Dietary Guidelines for Americans -- IV.Selected Government Resources to Promote Nutritional Health -- V.Conclusion -- References -- 14.Nutrition, Health Policy, and the Problem of Proof / Sarah Roller -- I.Background Considerations -- II.The Matter of Proof -- III.Approaches -- IV.Conclusion."@en
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