9780470041154

American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 3rd Edition

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    9780470041154

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    0470041153

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-09-01
  • Publisher: Wiley

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The definitive food and nutrition reference and healthy eating guide-now extensively revised and updated to reflect the latest dietary guidelines A consistent bestseller, with more than 75,000 copies sold of the previous editions, this award-winning guide from the world's most prestigious group of nutritionists provides families with authoritative, reliable information on food and nutrition. This new edition is updated to explain and demystify the USDA's 2005 Dietary Guidelines. It also contains revisions throughout based on the latest nutrition research, including new or expanded information on women's health and nutrition, nutrition for children, nutrition supplements, food allergies and intolerances, food-borne bacteria, antioxidant-rich foods, weight management, and the fascinating link between flavor and nutrition. American Dietetic Association is the world's largest and most distinguished group of food and nutrition professionals. Roberta Larson Duyff, MS, RD, FADA, CFCS (St. Louis, MO) is a contributing editor at Today's Health and Wellness and the author of 365 Days of Healthy Eating from the American Dietetic Association (0-471-44221-6).

Author Biography

ROBERTA LARSON DUYFF, MS, RD, FADA, CFCS, is a Registered Dietitian, Fellow of the American Dietetic Association, the recipient of the ADA's Medallion Award, and a nationally recognized food and nutrition expert on healthy eating. She is the author of 365 Days of Healthy Eating from the American Dietetic Association, Monthly Nutrition Companion, and Nutrition and Wellness. Her work has appeared in USA Today, Living Fit, Better Homes and Gardens, Cooking Light, Vegetarian Times, Parenting, and Ladies' Home Journal, as well as on WebMD. Duyff appears regularly on national media.

AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION is the largest group of food and nutrition professionals in the world. As the advocate of the dietetic profession, the ADA serves the public by promoting optimal nutrition, health, and well-being.

Table of Contents

Foreword x
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction 1(4)
PART I Eat Smart, Live Well: It's about You!
Food Choices: A Fit You!
5(16)
Fitness: Your Overall Health!
5(2)
Smart Eating, Active Living: Guidelines for Americans
7(7)
Your Food Choices: The Inside Story
14(2)
Healthful Eating, Active Living: One Step at a Time!
16(5)
PART II Healthful Eating: The Basics
Your Healthy Weight
21(31)
Body Basics: What's Your Healthy Weight?
21(3)
Energy Basics: Calorie Math
24(5)
Weighing the Risks
29(2)
Weight Management: Strategies That Work!
31(11)
Too Thin a Problem?
42(2)
Disordered Eating: Problems, Signs, and Help
44(3)
``Diets'' That Don't Work!
47(2)
When You Need Help
49(3)
Fat Facts
52(22)
Fats Matter
52(12)
Cholesterol: Different from Fat
64(3)
Too Much of a Good Thing?
67(7)
Vitamins, Minerals, and Phytonutrients: Variety on Your Plate!
74(38)
Vitamins and Minerals: Team Players!
74(1)
Vitamins: The Basics
75(16)
Minerals---Not ``Heavy Metal''
91(16)
Phytonutrients---a ``Crop'' for Good Health
107(5)
Carbs: Simply Complex
112(20)
``Carbs'': The Basics
112(3)
Carbohydrates and Health
115(7)
Carbohydrates in Food
122(4)
Sugar Alcohols: Sugar Replacers
126(2)
Intense Sweeteners: Flavor without Calories
128(4)
Fiber: Your Body's Broom
132(13)
Fiber: It's Very Important!
132(6)
For Fiber---Variety!
138(7)
Sodium and Potassium: A Salty Subject
145(10)
Sodium, Potassium, and Your Health
146(2)
Sodium in Your Food Choices
148(3)
Flavor . . . with Little Salt and Less Sodium
151(4)
Fluids: The Power of Water
155(26)
A Fluid Asset
155(4)
What's to Drink?
159(22)
PART III Smart Eating: The Consumer Marketplace
What's on Today's Table?
181(31)
Food: What's ``in Store'' for You?
181(13)
Ensuring Your Food Supply
194(18)
Planning to Eat Smart
212(31)
MyPyramid: An Eating Guide for a Healthier You!
212(5)
Inside MyPyramid
217(14)
Everyday Challenges: Smart Eating Strategies!
231(12)
Savvy Shopping
243(37)
Today's Food Labels
243(11)
Supermarket Psychology
254(1)
Your Shopping Guide
255(22)
Food Safety: Start at the Store
277(3)
The Safe Kitchen
280(27)
Foodborne Illness: More Common than You Think!
280(8)
Checklist for a Clean Kitchen
288(2)
Safekeeping
290(5)
Safe Preparation and Service
295(10)
Quick Tips for Injury Prevention
305(1)
The ``Eco Kitchen''
306(1)
Kitchen Nutrition: Delicious Decisions
307(31)
``Resetting'' Your Table . . . for Flavor and Health
307(7)
Simply Nutritious, Simply Delicious
314(18)
Add Life to Your Spices---and Herbs, Too!
332(6)
Your Food Away from Home
338(35)
Dining Out for Health and Pleasure
338(7)
Eating Out Safely!
345(1)
Fast Food, Healthful Food
346(6)
Eating Out Ethnic Style
352(12)
Eating for Travelers
364(5)
Flavor on the Menu
369(4)
PART IV Food for Health: Every Age, Every Stage of Life
Off to a Healthy Start
373(26)
Breast-Feeding Your Baby
373(10)
Another Healthful Option: Bottle-Feeding
383(5)
Solid Advice on Solid Foods
388(11)
Food to Grow On
399(36)
Toddlers and Preschoolers: Food and Play for the Early Years
399(11)
School-Age Kids: Eat Smart, Move More
410(16)
Feeding the Teen Machine
426(9)
For Women Only
435(23)
Childbearing Years: Nutrition, Menstruation, and Prepregnancy
435(6)
You're Expecting!
441(10)
For Those Who Breast-Feed
451(3)
Now for Menopause
454(4)
For Mature Adults: Healthful Eating!
458(23)
Aged to Perfection!
458(9)
When Lifestyles Change
467(5)
Changes That Challenge
472(9)
PART V Healthful Eating: Special Issues
Athlete's Guide: Winning Nutrition
481(23)
Nutrients for Active Living
481(12)
A High-Performance Diet
493(3)
Making Weight
496(2)
The Game Plan
498(3)
Ergogenic Aids: No Substitute for Training
501(3)
The Vegetarian Way
504(19)
Being Vegetarian
504(1)
Vegetarian Diets: Nutritionally Speaking
505(6)
Throughout the Life Cycle
511(3)
``Vegging Out'' the Healthful Way!
514(9)
Sensitive about Food
523(19)
Food Intolerances and Other Adverse Food Reactions
523(8)
Food Allergies: Less Common
531(11)
Smart Eating to Prevent and Manage Disease
542(48)
Your Healthy Heart
542(10)
Blood Pressure: Under Control?
552(5)
Cancer Connection
557(8)
Diabetes: A Growing Health Concern
565(10)
Osteoporosis: Reduce the Risks
575(4)
Gastrointestinal Conditions
579(4)
Anemia: ``Tired Blood''
583(4)
Food and Medicine
587(3)
Supplements: Use and Abuse
590(27)
Dietary Supplements: Defined
590(11)
Supplements: Safe? Effective?
601(6)
If You Take a Supplement
607(10)
PART VI Resources: More about Healthful Eating
Well Informed?
617(14)
Need Nutrition Advice?
617(4)
Be Your Own Judge!
621(6)
Case against Health Fraud
627(4)
Resources You Can Use
631(5)
Appendices
636(23)
2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
636(2)
Dietary Reference Intakes
638(6)
Growth Charts: Body Mass Index for Children and Teens
644(1)
Body Mass Index for Adults
644(2)
Carbohydrates in Common Foods
646(2)
% Daily Values: What Are They Based On?
648(1)
Health Claims on Food Labels
648(2)
MyPyramid Food Intake Patterns
650(2)
MyPyramid Food Intake Pattern Calorie Levels
652(1)
How Many Discretionary Calories Can You Have?
653(1)
Produce ``Package''
654(2)
Functional Foods: What Does Research Say?
656(1)
Functions of Selected Additives
657(2)
Index 659

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