Nutrition and Metabolism, 2nd Edition
July 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
Groundbreaking in their scope and approach, the titles in the series:
- Provide students with the required scientific basics of nutrition in the context of a systems and health approach
- Enable teachers and students to explore the core principles of nutrition, to apply these throughout their training, and to foster critical thinking at all times. Throughout, key areas of knowledge are identified
- Are fully peer reviewed, to ensure completeness and clarity of content, as well as to ensure that each book takes a global perspective
Nutrition and Metabolism is an essential purchase for students of nutrition and dietetics, and also for those students who major in other subjects that have a nutrition component, such as food science, medicine, pharmacy and nursing. Professionals in nutrition, dietetics, food science, medicine, health sciences and many related areas will also find much of great value within its covers.
1 Core Concepts of Nutrition (Ian A Macdonald and Michael J Gibney).
2 Molecular Aspects of Nutrition (Helen M Roche, Herman E Popeijus and Ronald P Mensink).
3 Integration of Metabolism 1: Energy (Xavier M Leverv).
4 Integration of Metabolism 2: Macronutrients (Keith N Frayn and Abayomi O Akanji).
5 Integration of Metabolism 3: Protein and Amino Acids (Margaret E Brosnan, John T Brosnan and Vernon R Young).
6 Pregnancy and Lactation (Joop MA van Raaij and Lisette CPGM de Groot).
7 Growth and Ageing(Mark L Wahlqvist and Prasong Tienboon).
8 Nutrition and the Brain (John D Fernstrom and Madelyn H Fernstrom).
9 The Sensory Systems and Food Palatability (Conor M Delahunty).
10 The Gastrointestinal Tract (Mariano Mañas, Emilio Martínez de Victoria, Angel Gil, María D Yago and John C Mathers).
11 The Cardiovascular System (Gabriele Riccardi, Angela Rivellese and Christine M Williams).
12 The Skeletal System (John M Pettifor, Ann Prentice, Kate Ward and Peter Cleaton-Jones).
13 The Immune and Infl ammatory Systems(Parveen Yaqoob and Philip C Calder).
14 Phytochemicals (Aedín Cassidy and Colin D Kay).
15 The Control of Food Intake (Adam Drewnowski and France Bellisle).
16 Overnutrition (Linda Bandini, Albert Flynn and Renee Scampini).
17 Undernutrition (Paul Kelly).
18 Exercise PerformanceAsker E Jeukendrup and Louise M Burke
Ian A MacDonald, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK
Helen M Roche, Trinity Centre for Health Sciences, Dublin, Ireland
- Facilitates absorption of information through 'key messages' at the start of each chapter
- Designed to meet the needs of students of nutrition worldwide
- Cross-referenced across the series to enable flow of learning
- Written by a team of internationally renowned experts