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Nutrition Essentials and Diet Therapy provides complete coverage of all of the content needed in an LPN/LVN curriculum. This versatile text concentrates on what is most important for the health care provider to know about the nutrition basics and the application on nutrition knowledge. Coverage includes the latest developments in nutrition fundamentals, nutrition across the life span, nutritional management of chronic and acute illnesses, the latest DRI's, and expanded coverage of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and herbal remedies. An LPN Threads Series title. Unique! Cultural boxes incorporated throughout each chapter focus on specific ways in which culture affects nutritional concepts in practice and promote a greater cultural awareness and prepares students to work with diverse clients. Unique! Facts and Fallacies identify common myths about nutrition and then present the facts. This feature promotes nutritional education that is based on research and current belief. Unique! Teaching Pearls provide practical nutritional counseling tips and analogies. Critical Thinking Case Studies cover a variety of client teaching considerations related to various nutritional situations. Each case study is followed by application questions. Chapter Challenge Questions and Classroom Activities appear at the end of each chapter and provide the opportunity to review and discuss the content. Additional coverage on women and cardiovascular disease provides insight to the importance of prevention of cardiovascular disease. Expanded herbal therapy coverage includes content on potential interactions between herbal medications and other types of medication. Information on the role that nutrition plays in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases has been expanded to address the significant growth in the number of individuals being diagnosed with these problems. Expanded content on proteins addresses the increase use of protein powders by athletes and the use of enteral and parenteral supplements during chronic and acute illnesses. NEW Online Version of Nutritrac Nutrition Analysis Program provides additional tools for learning with an expanded food database of over 5,000 foods in 18 different categories and a complete listing of more than 150 activities. Additional new features for this online version include an ideal body weight (IBW) calculator, a Harris-Benedict calculator to estimate total daily energy needs, and the complete Exchange Lists for Meal Planning.
Table of Contents
|The Art and Science of Nutrition In Health and Disease|
|The Art of Nutrition in a Family Context|
|Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Fats: The Energy Macronutrients of Balanced Meals|
|The Micronutrients of Balanced Meals: Vitamins, Minerals, Phytochemicals, and Water|
|Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism in Health and Disease|
|Chronic and Acute Illness|
|Insulin Resistance and The Metabolic Syndrome|
|Obesity and Healthy Weight Management|
|Cancer: Nutrition Prevention and Treatment|
|Life Span and Wellness Concerns in Promoting Health and Managing Illness|
|Maternal and Infant Nutrition in Health and Disease|
|Growth and Development Issues in Promoting Good Health|
|Nutrition Over the Adult Life Span|
|Public Health Issues in National and International Nutrition|
|The Nutrition Care Process in the Health Care Setting|
|Appendices - Available online through Evolve|
|Websites for Nutrition Information and Educational Material|
|The Exchange Lists for Weight Management|
|Estimating Body Frame Size|
|Nutritive Values of Various Foods|
|Nutritive Value of Selected Ethnic Foods|
|Fiber Content of Selected Foods|
|Body Mass Index|
|Blood Pressure Tables for Children and Adolescents|
|The DASH Eating Plan|
|Growth Charts for Boys and Girls from Birth to 18 Years of Age|
|Child Care Meal Patterns|
|Food Storage Guidelines|
|Braden Scale for Pedicting Pressure Sore Risk|
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