Nutrition and Diet Therapy

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  • Copyright: 2003-05-01
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Ideal for self-paced or distance-learning courses, the text's unique modular format contains practice exercises and posttests throughout, allowing students to master one section of the material before

Table of Contents

About the Authorsp. xix
Prefacep. xx
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
Nutrition Basics and Applicationsp. 1
Introduction to Nutritionp. 3
Dietary Allowances, Eating Guides, and Food Selection Systemsp. 6
Legislation and Health Promotionp. 18
Food Habitsp. 25
Factors Affecting Food Consumptionp. 27
Some Effects of Culture, Religion, and Geography on Food Behaviorsp. 30
Proteins and Healthp. 35
Protein as a Nutrientp. 37
Meeting Protein Needs and Vegetarianismp. 40
Carbohydrates and Fats: Implications for Healthp. 47
Carbohydrates: Characteristics and Effects on Healthp. 50
Fats: Characteristics and Effects on Healthp. 56
Vitamins and Healthp. 63
The Water-Soluble Vitaminsp. 67
The Fat-Soluble Vitaminsp. 70
Minerals, Water, and Body Processesp. 81
The Essential Minerals: Functions, Sources, and Characteristicsp. 85
Water and the Internal Environmentp. 95
Meeting Energy Needsp. 103
Energy Balancep. 106
The Effects of Energy Imbalancep. 110
Weight Control and Dietingp. 115
Public Health Nutritionp. 123
Nutritional Assessmentp. 125
Assessment of Nutritional Statusp. 127
Nutrition and the Life Cyclep. 137
Maternal and Infant Nutritionp. 141
Childhood and Adolescent Nutritionp. 150
Adulthood and Nutritionp. 159
Exercise, Fitness, and Stress-Reduction Principlesp. 165
Drugs and Nutritionp. 171
Food and Drug Interactionsp. 176
Drugs and the Life Cyclep. 178
Dietary Supplementsp. 183
DSHE Act of 1994p. 186
Folate or Folic Acidp. 190
Kava Kava, Ginkgo Biloba, Goldenseal, Echinacea, Comfrey, and Pulegonep. 192
Tips for the Savvy Supplement User: Making Informed Decisionsp. 196
Alternative Medicinep. 205
Categories or Domains of Complementary Alternative Medicinep. 208
Products, Devices, and Services Related to Complementary Alternative Medicinep. 210
Food Ecologyp. 221
Food Safetyp. 223
Nutrient Conservationp. 229
Nutrition and Diet Therapy for Adultsp. 235
Overview of Therapeutic Nutritionp. 237
Principles and Objectives of Diet Therapyp. 241
Routine Hospital Dietsp. 242
Diet Modifications for Therapeutic Carep. 247
Alterations in Feeding Methodsp. 249
Diet Therapy for Surgical Conditionsp. 253
Pre- and Postoperative Nutritionp. 258
The Postoperative Diet Regimep. 260
Diet Therapy for Cardiovascular Disordersp. 265
The Lipid Disordersp. 270
Heart Disease and Sodium Restrictionp. 277
Dietary Care after Heart Attack and Strokep. 280
Diet and Disorders of Ingestion, Digestion, and Absorptionp. 283
Disorders of the Mouth, Esophagus, and Stomachp. 286
Disorders of the Intestinesp. 294
Diet Therapy for Diabetes Mellitusp. 301
Diet Therapy and Diabetes Mellitusp. 304
Diet and Disorders of the Liver, Gallbladder, and Pancreasp. 317
Diet Therapy for Diseases of the Liverp. 321
Diet Therapy for Diseases of the Gallbladder and Pancreasp. 325
Diet Therapy for Renal Disordersp. 331
Kidney Function and Diseasesp. 334
Kidney Disorders and General Dietary Managementp. 336
Kidney Dialysisp. 338
Diet Therapy for Renal Calculip. 341
Nutrition and Diet Therapy for Cancer Patients and Patients with HIV Infectionp. 345
Nutrition Therapy in Cancerp. 350
Nutrition and HIV Infectionsp. 355
Diet Therapy for Burns, Immobilized Patients, Mental Patients, and Eating Disordersp. 363
Diet and the Burn Patientp. 366
Diet and Immobilized Patientsp. 369
Diet and Mental Patientsp. 371
Part I--Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosap. 374
Part II--Other Eating Disordersp. 377
Diet Therapy and Childhood Diseasep. 379
Principles of Feeding a Sick Childp. 381
The Child, the Parents, and the Health Teamp. 385
Special Considerations and Diet Therapyp. 387
Diet Therapy and Cystic Fibrosisp. 391
Dietary Management of Cystic Fibrosisp. 395
Diet Therapy and Celiac Diseasep. 399
Dietary Management of Celiac Diseasep. 401
Screening, Occurrence, and Complicationsp. 404
Diet Therapy and Congenital Heart Diseasep. 407
Dietary Management of Congenital Heart Diseasep. 409
Diet Therapy and Food Allergyp. 413
Food Allergy and Childrenp. 415
Common Offendersp. 417
Inspecting Foods to Avoid Allergic Reactionsp. 419
Diet Therapy and Phenylketonuriap. 423
Phenylketonuria and Dietary Managementp. 426
Diet Therapy for Constipation, Diarrhea, and High-Risk Infantsp. 433
Constipationp. 435
Diarrheap. 437
High-Risk Infantsp. 439
Appendicesp. 443
Dietary Standardsp. 444
How to Evaluate Your Weight (Adults)p. 463
Menus for a Healthy Dietp. 467
Food and Drug Interactionsp. 475
CDC Growth Charts: United Statesp. 485
Weights and Measuresp. 503
Food Exchange Listsp. 505
Progress Check Answersp. 517
Posttest Questionsp. 539
Indexp. 603
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