» » Nutrition and Osteoporosis (Advances in Nutritional Research)

eBook Nutrition and Osteoporosis (Advances in Nutritional Research) ePub

by Harold H. Draper

eBook Nutrition and Osteoporosis (Advances in Nutritional Research) ePub
Author: Harold H. Draper
Language: English
ISBN: 0306448939
ISBN13: 978-0306448935
Publisher: Springer; 1994 edition (January 31, 1995)
Pages: 313
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 873
Formats: azw mobi docx rtf
ePub file: 1621 kb
Fb2 file: 1200 kb

Nutrition and Osteoporosis.

Nutrition and Osteoporosis. Protracted controversies over the role of nutrition in the etiology of osteoporosis are reflected in the contents of several of the ensuing chapters. ιβλίο 9. Harold H. Draper29 Ιουνίου 2013. Springer Science & Business Media. ροσθήκη στη λίστα επιθυμιών. ρόσθετες πληροφορίες.

Nutritional effects on infection and immunity, osteoporosis, neural lipids, atherosclerosis, and colon cancer are discussed. The role of nutrients, especially the trace elements, in carcinogen biochemistry is explored. Microbial factors and nutrition in carcinogenesis, Barry R. Goldin and Sherwood L. Gorbach - Nutrition and neural lipids, Patricia V. Johnston - Atherosclerosis and nutrition, David Kritchevsky - Nutrition and colon cancer, Bandaru S. Reddy - Trace elements in carcinogenesis, .

Варианты приобретения. The impact of disease on nutritional status is described for hepatic encephalopathy and cancer and for several ailments of hospitalized children. The impact of nutrition on disease is illustrated using the examples of retinol in tumorigenesis, vitamins A and E in inflammatory lung disease, fatty acids in atherogenesis and obesity, and folate in megaloblastic anemia.

This heightened interest in nutrition stems from the demonstration that the intake of specific nutrients may have far-reaching consequences, not only for normal metabolism, but also for metabolic processes affecting clinical or subclinical disease. Conversely, many disease states have been shown to have previously unrecognized effects on nutrient function and metabolism.

Specific topics covered in this new release include Drying, a relevant unit operation in the manufacture of foods and nutritional products, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in edible oils and fatty foods: occurrence, formation, analysis, change, and control, Food allergens: characterization, molecular properties and clinical implications, Design, quality, safety and efficacy of extensively hydrolysed formula for Management of cow’s milk protein allergy: what are.

nutrition for cancer. Nutritional deficiency, especially Zinc deficiency, that is often found in patients with liver cirrhosis causes deterioration in both specific and nonspecific immune system. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. In specific immune system, Zinc deficiency decreases central and peripheral lymphocyte function and proliferation. This study was aimed to determinate serum Zinc concentration and its correlation with total lymphocyte count in liver cirrhotic patients. This cross-sectional study was conducted in Dr. Sardjito Hospital.

Other books in this series. Nutrition and Osteoporosis.

Nutrition and Osteoporosis: Seeing Through a Glass, Darkly (1 Cor. 13:12) This volume of Advances in Nutritional Research deals with the present state of knowledge relative to the role of nutrition in the etiology of osteoporosis, one of the most serious degenerative diseases in the aging population. As a back­ drop for subsequent chapters on specific nutrients, Chapter 1 provides a com­ prehensive account of the gain and loss of bone throughout the life cycle, with emphasis on the architectural changes in later life that predispose to osteoporotic bone fractures. Chapter 2 documents the occurrence of aging bone loss through­ out human archeological history and Chapter 3 extends this documentation to all non-human vertebrate species so far examined, including primates living in the wild. It is apparent that a progressive loss of bone tissue is a normal accompaniment of aging among higher vertebrates. Whether it is a cause of bone fractures in animals, as it is in humans, is still unknown. It has also been established that there are significant differences in the frequency of osteoporotic fractures among human families, ethnic groups, national populations and diet cultures. Numerous studies have been carried out in an effort to explain these differences, and many of these deal with the possible effect of nutrition. Protracted controversies over the role of nutrition in the etiology of osteoporosis are reflected in the contents of several of the ensuing chapters.
© All right reserved. 2017-2020
Contacts | Privacy Policy | DMCA
eBooks are provided for reference only