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Nutrition for Health and Health Care (with InfoTrac 1-Semester Printed Access Card)

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7/25/2006
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Summary

NUTRITION FOR HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE, Third Edition is designed for the clinical nutrition and/or diet therapy nutrition course, taught at both two- and four-year colleges and universities, in departments of Nursing, Nutrition, and Dietetics. It covers both the basic "normal" nutrition concepts, including metabolism, vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, and life cycle, followed by chapters on "clinical" topics organized by organ systems, linking nutrition to different disease states, such as diabetes, renal disease, and liver disorders. The text is full of supportive pedagogy, from review sections to case studies and quantitative activities. There are also new review questions to help students prepare for the NCLEX exam. Plus, beyond the text, there are a number of supplementary materials, including the Instructor Resource CD-ROM with PowerPoint lecture slides and text images, Diet Analysis+ 8.0, and Web support for online teaching.

Table of Contents

Preface xxi
Overview of Nutrition and Health
1(37)
Food Choices
2(4)
The Nutrients
6(2)
Nutrient Recommendations
8(4)
Dietary Reference Intakes
8(2)
Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDR)
10(1)
Nutrition Surveys
10(2)
Dietary Guidelines and Food Guides
12(12)
Dietary Ideals
13(1)
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
14(1)
Fitness Guidelines
14(2)
The USDA Food Guide
16(7)
MyPyramid
23(1)
Food Labels
24(6)
Food Safety
30(5)
Nutrition in Practice Finding the Truth About Nutrition
35(3)
Digestion and Absorption
38(22)
Anatomy of the Digestive Tract
39(6)
The Digestive Organs
39(3)
The Involuntary Muscles and the Glands
42(3)
The Process of Digestion
45(3)
Digestion in the Mouth
46(1)
Digestion in the Stomach
46(1)
Digestion in the Small and Large Intestines
46(2)
The Absorptive System
48(2)
The Small Intestine
48(1)
Absorption of Nutrients
48(2)
Transport of Nutrients
50(2)
The Vascular System
50(1)
The Lymphatic System
50(1)
Transport of Lipids: Lipoproteins
51(1)
The System at Its Best
52(4)
Nutrition in Practice Hunger and Community Nutrition
56(4)
Carbohydrates
60(24)
The Chemist's View of Carbohydrates
61(3)
Monosaccharides
61(1)
Disaccharides
62(1)
Polysaccharides
63(1)
Health Effects of Sugars and Alternative Sweeteners
64(9)
Sugars
65(4)
Alternative Sweeteners: Sugar Alcohols
69(1)
Alternative Sweeteners: Artificial Sweeteners
70(3)
Health Effects of Starch and Dietary Fibers
73(9)
Carbohydrates: Disease Prevention and Recommendations
73(3)
Carbohydrates: Food Sources
76(2)
Carbohydrates: Food Labels and Health Claims
78(4)
Nutrition in Practice Nutrition and Dental Health
82(2)
Lipids
84(26)
Roles of Body Fat
85(1)
The Chemist's View of Lipids
86(5)
Triglycerides
86(1)
Fatty Acids
86(3)
Phospholipids
89(1)
Sterols
90(1)
Health Effects and Recommended Intakes of Fats
91(4)
Fats and Heart Health
91(3)
Recommendations
94(1)
Fats in Foods
95(9)
Finding the Fats in Foods
95(2)
Cutting Fat Intake and Choosing Unsaturated Fats
97(7)
Nutrition in Practice Figuring Out Fats
104(6)
Proteins and Amino Acids
110(20)
The Chemist's View of Proteins
111(2)
The Structure of Proteins
111(1)
Essential Amino Acids
112(1)
Proteins in the Body
113(4)
Protein and Health
117(5)
Protein-Energy Malnutrition
117(2)
Protein Excess
119(1)
Amino Acid Supplements
120(1)
Protein Recommendations and Nitrogen Balance
121(1)
Protein in Foods
122(4)
Protein Quality
122(1)
Protein Sparing
123(3)
Nutrition in Practice Vegetarian Diets
126(4)
Energy Balance and Body Composition
130(26)
The Body's Energy Budget
131(3)
The Economics of Feasting
131(1)
The Economics of Fasting
132(2)
Energy Balance
134(5)
Energy In
134(1)
Energy Out
135(1)
Estimating Energy Requirements
136(3)
Body Weight and Body Composition
139(4)
Defining Healthy Body Weight
139(2)
Body Composition
141(2)
How Much Body Fat Is Too Much?
143(1)
Risks of Overweight and Obesity
143(6)
Nutrition in Practice Fad Diets
149(7)
Weight Management: Overweight and Underweight
156(30)
Causes of Obesity
157(4)
Obesity Treatment: Who Should Lose?
161(1)
Inappropriate Obesity Treatments
162(2)
Over-the-Counter Weight-Loss Supplements and Drugs
162(1)
Herbal Products and Dietary Supplements
162(2)
Other Gimmicks
164(1)
Aggressive Treatments of Obesity
164(1)
Obesity Drugs
164(1)
Surgery
165(1)
Reasonable Strategies for Weight Loss
165(7)
A Healthful Eating Plan
166(3)
Physical Activity
169(1)
Behavior and Attitude
170(2)
Underweight
172(2)
Strategies for Weight Gain
174(5)
Nutrition in Practice Eating Disorders
179(7)
The Vitamins
186(37)
The Vitamins---An Overview
187(1)
The Fat-Soluble Vitamins
188(11)
Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene
188(5)
Vitamin D
193(2)
Vitamin E
195(2)
Vitamin K
197(2)
The Water-Soluble Vitamins
199(17)
The B Vitamins
199(2)
Thiamin
201(1)
Riboflavin
201(1)
Niacin
202(1)
Pantothenic Acid and Biotin
202(1)
Vitamin B6
203(1)
Folate
204(2)
Vitamin B12
206(1)
Non-B Vitamins
207(1)
Vitamin C
207(9)
Nutrition in Practice Phytochemicals and Functional Foods
216(7)
Water and the Minerals
223(33)
Water and Body Fluids
224(3)
Water Balance
224(2)
Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
226(1)
Acid-Base Balance
227(1)
The Major Minerals
227(10)
Sodium
228(2)
Chloride
230(1)
Potassium
230(1)
Calcium
231(4)
Phosphorus
235(1)
Magnesium
236(1)
Sulfate
236(1)
The Trace Minerals
237(15)
Iron
237(5)
Zinc
242(3)
Selenium
245(1)
Iodine
245(1)
Copper
246(1)
Manganese
246(1)
Fluoride
247(1)
Chromium
247(1)
Other Trace Minerals
248(4)
Nutrition in Practice Vitamin and Mineral Supplements
252(4)
Nutrition through the Life Span: Pregnancy and Infancy
256(41)
Pregnancy: The Impact of Nutrition on the Future
257(18)
Nutrition Prior to Pregnancy
257(1)
Prepregnancy Weight
257(1)
Healthy Support Tissues
258(1)
The Events of Pregnancy
259(2)
Nutrient Needs during Pregnancy
261(6)
Food Assistance Programs
267(1)
Weight Gain
267(1)
Physical Activity
268(1)
Common Nutrition-Related Concerns of Pregnancy
269(2)
Problems in Pregnancy
271(1)
Practices to Avoid
272(3)
Adolescent Pregnancy
275(1)
Breastfeeding
275(3)
Nutrition during Lactation
276(1)
Contraindications to Breastfeeding
277(1)
Nutrition of the Infant
278(16)
Nutrient Needs during Infancy
279(1)
Breast Milk
280(3)
Infant Formula
283(1)
The Transition to Cow's Milk
284(1)
Introducing First Foods
285(2)
Looking Ahead
287(1)
Mealtimes
288(6)
Nutrition in Practice Encouraging Successful Breastfeeding
294(3)
Nutrition through the Life Span: Childhood and Adolescence
297(31)
Early and Middle Childhood
298(10)
Energy and Nutrient Needs
298(3)
Malnutrition in Children
301(2)
Lead Poisoning in Children
303(1)
Food Allergies
304(3)
Hyperactivity
307(1)
Food Choices and Eating Habits of Children
308(5)
Mealtimes at Home
308(3)
Nutrition at School
311(2)
The Teen Years
313(10)
Growth and Development during Adolescence
313(1)
Energy and Nutrient Needs
313(2)
Food Choices and Health Habits
315(1)
Problems Adolescents Face
316(7)
Nutrition in Practice Childhood Obesity and the Early Development of Chronic Diseases
323(5)
Nutrition through the Life Span: Later Adulthood
328(25)
Nutrition and Longevity
329(3)
Slowing the Aging Process
330(2)
Nutrition and Disease Prevention
332(1)
Nutrition-Related Concerns during Late Adulthood
332(4)
Cataracts and Macular Degeneration
332(1)
Arthritis
333(1)
The Aging Brain
334(2)
Energy and Nutrient Needs during Late Adulthood
336(5)
Energy and Energy Nutrients
336(2)
Water
338(1)
Vitamins and Minerals
338(1)
Nutrient Supplements for Older Adults
339(1)
The Effects of Drugs on Nutrients
339(2)
Food Choices and Eating Habits of Older Adults
341(8)
Nutrition in Practice Disease Prevention
349(4)
Nutrition Care and Assessment
353(24)
Nutrition in Health Care
354(4)
How Illness Affects Nutrition Status
354(1)
Responsibility for Nutrition Care
355(1)
Identifying Risk for Malnutrition
356(1)
The Nutrition Care Process
357(1)
Nutrition Assessment
358(15)
Historical Information
359(1)
Dietary Assessment Methods
359(3)
Anthropometric Data
362(4)
Biochemical Analyses
366(2)
Physical Examinations
368(1)
Integrating Assessment Data
369(4)
Nutrition in Practice Nutritional Genomics
373(4)
Nutrition Intervention and Diet-Drug Interactions
377(21)
Implementing Nutrition Care
378(3)
Care Planning
378(1)
Approaches to Nutrition Care
378(3)
Modified Diets
381(5)
The Diet Order
381(1)
Dietary Modifications
381(3)
Alternative Feeding Routes
384(1)
Improving Food Intake
385(1)
Diet-Drug Interactions
386(9)
Drug Effects on Food Intake
387(1)
Drug Effects on Nutrient Absorption
388(1)
Dietary Effects on Drug Absorption
389(1)
Drug Effects on Nutrient Metabolism
389(1)
Dietary Effects on Drug Metabolism
390(1)
Drug Effects on Nutrient Excretion
391(1)
Dietary Effects on Drug Excretion
391(1)
Diet-Drug Interactions and Toxicity
391(4)
Nutrition in Practice Food and Foodservice
395(3)
Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Support
398(29)
Enteral Nutrition Support
399(12)
Enteral Formulas
399(2)
Enteral Nutrition in Medical Care
401(3)
Administration of Tube Feedings
404(5)
Delivering Medications through Feeding Tubes
409(1)
Complications of Tube Feeding
409(2)
Parenteral Nutrition Support
411(7)
Indications for Parenteral Support
411(1)
Venous Access
412(1)
Parenteral Solutions
412(2)
Administering Parenteral Nutrition
414(2)
Managing Metabolic Complications
416(2)
Nutrition Support at Home
418(6)
Candidates for Home Nutrition Support
418(1)
Planning Home Nutrition Care
418(1)
Quality of Life Issues
419(5)
Nutrition in Practice Ethical Issues in Nutrition Care
424(3)
Nutrition in Metabolic and Respiratory Stress
427(19)
The Body's Responses to Stress and Injury
428(3)
Hormonal Responses to Stress
428(1)
The Inflammatory Response
429(2)
Nutrition Treatment of Acute Stress
431(4)
Determining Nutritional Requirements
431(3)
Approaches to Nutrition Care
434(1)
Nutrition and Respiratory Stress
435(8)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
435(3)
Respiratory Failure
438(5)
Nutrition in Practice Multiple Organ Failure
443(3)
Nutrition and Upper Gastrointestinal Disorders
446(23)
Conditions Affecting the Mouth and Esophagus
447(6)
Dry Mouth
447(1)
Dysphagia
447(3)
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
450(3)
Conditions Affecting the Stomach
453(4)
Dyspepsia
453(1)
Nausea and Vomiting
454(1)
Gastritis
455(1)
Peptic Ulcer Disease
455(2)
Gastric Surgery
457(8)
Gastrectomy
457(3)
Bariatric Surgery
460(5)
Nutrition in Practice Inborn Errors of Metabolism
465(4)
Nutrition and Lower Gastrointestinal Disorders
469(26)
Common Problems of the Lower Intestine
470(6)
Constipation
470(1)
Intestinal Gas
471(1)
Diarrhea
472(1)
Bacterial Overgrowth
472(1)
Steatorrhea
473(3)
Malabsorption Syndromes
476(9)
Lactose Intolerance
476(1)
Pancreatitis
477(1)
Cystic Fibrosis
478(1)
Celiac Disease
478(1)
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
479(3)
Short-Bowel Syndrome
482(3)
Disorders of the Large Intestine
485(7)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
485(1)
Diverticular Disease of the Colon
486(1)
Ostomies
487(5)
Nutrition in Practice Mental Health and Nutrition Status
492(3)
Nutrition and Liver Diseases
495(18)
Fatty Liver and Hepatitis
496(2)
Fatty Liver
496(1)
Hepatitis
497(1)
Cirrhosis
498(7)
Consequences of Cirrhosis
499(2)
Treatment of Cirrhosis
501(1)
Medical Nutrition Therapy for Cirrhosis
502(3)
Liver Transplantation
505(5)
Nutrition in Practice Alcohol in Health and Disease
510(3)
Nutrition and Diabetes Mellitus
513(25)
Overview of Diabetes Mellitus
514(4)
Symptoms of Diabetes
514(1)
Diagnosis of Diabetes
514(1)
Types of Diabetes
515(1)
Acute Complications of Diabetes
516(1)
Chronic Complications of Diabetes
517(1)
Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
518(11)
Treatment Goals
518(1)
Evaluating Diabetes Treatment
519(1)
Body Weight Concerns
520(1)
Medical Nutrition Therapy: Nutrient Recommendations
520(2)
Medical Nutrition Therapy: Meal-Planning Strategies
522(3)
Insulin Therapy
525(2)
Oral Antidiabetic Agents
527(1)
Physical Activity and Diabetes Management
527(2)
Sick-Day Management
529(1)
Diabetes Management in Pregnancy
529(6)
Pregnancy in Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes
530(1)
Gestational Diabetes
530(5)
Nutrition in Practice Metabolic Syndrome
535(3)
Nutrition and Disorders of the Heart and Blood Vessels
538(27)
Atherosclerosis
539(2)
Consequences of Atherosclerosis
540(1)
Causes of Atherosclerosis
540(1)
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
541(9)
Evaluating Risk for Coronary Heart Disease
541(3)
Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes for Lowering CHD Risk
544(4)
Lifestyle Changes for Hypertriglyceridemia
548(1)
Vitamin Supplementation and CHD Risk
548(1)
Drug Therapies for CHD Prevention
548(2)
Treatment for Heart Attack
550(1)
Hypertension
550(5)
Factors That Influence Blood Pressure
550(1)
Contributing Factors for Hypertension
551(1)
Treatment of Hypertension
552(3)
Congestive Heart Failure
555(1)
Consequences of Congestive Heart Failure
555(1)
Medical Management of Congestive Heart Failure
556(1)
Stroke
556(5)
Stroke Prevention
557(1)
Stroke Management
557(4)
Nutrition in Practice Helping People with Feeding Disabilities
561(4)
Nutrition and Renal Diseases
565(25)
The Nephrotic Syndrome
566(2)
Consequences of the Nephrotic Syndrome
567(1)
Treatment of the Nephrotic Syndrome
567(1)
Acute Renal Failure
568(4)
Causes of Acute Renal Failure
568(2)
Consequences of Acute Renal Failure
570(1)
Treatment of Acute Renal Failure
571(1)
Chronic Renal Failure
572(8)
Consequences of Chronic Renal Failure
573(1)
Treatment of Chronic Renal Failure
574(3)
Kidney Transplants
577(3)
Kidney Stones
580(7)
Formation of Kidney Stones
580(2)
Consequences of Kidney Stones
582(1)
Prevention and Treatment of Kidney Stones
582(5)
Nutrition in Practice Dialysis
587(3)
Nutrition, Cancer, and HIV Infection
590
Cancer
591(9)
How Cancer Develops
591(1)
Nutrition and Cancer Risk
591(3)
Consequences of Cancer
594(2)
Treatments for Cancer
596(2)
Medical Nutrition Therapy for Cancer
598(2)
HIV Infection
600(11)
Consequences of HIV Infection
602(2)
Treatments for HIV Infection
604(1)
Medical Nutrition Therapy for HIV Infection
605(6)
Nutrition in Practice Alternative Therapies
611
APPENDIX A Table of Food Composition
3
APPENDIX B WHO: Nutrition Recommendations Canada: Guidelines and Meal Planning
1(1)
Nutrition Recommendations from WHO
Canada's Food Guide to Healthy Eating
Canada's Meal Planning for Healthy Eating
APPENDIX C United States: Exchange Lists
The Exchange Groups and Lists
APPENDIX D Physical Activity and Energy Requirements
1(1)
Calculating Your Physical Activity Level
Guesstimating Your Physical Activity Level
Using a Shortcut to Estimate Total Energy Expenditure
APPENDIX E Nutrition Assessment: Supplemental Information
1(1)
Weight Gain during Pregnancy
Growth Charts
Measures of Body Fat and Lean Tissue
Nutritional Anemias
APPENDIX F Aids to Calculation
1(1)
Conversion Factors
Percentages
Weights and Measures
APPENDIX G Enteral Formulas
1(1)
APPENDIX H Answers to Self Check Questions
Glossary 1


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