Section 1 Nutrition as preventive medicine.
1 Nutrition and the primary care clinician: Darwin Deen (Albert Einstein College of Medicine) and Katherine Margo.
2 Changing the office culture to make it work: Arlo Kahn and Jane White.
3 Methods of weight control: Cathy Nonas and Jennifer Williams and Valentine J Burroughs.
Section 2 Nutrition through the life-cycle.
4 Growing up healthy: Susan Konek and Diane Barsky.
5 Feeding the mother-to-be: James M Nicholson and Catherine Sullivan and Morghan B Holt.
6 Staying healthy in later life: Connie Watkins Bales and Heidi K White.
Section 3 Improving health by changing diet and lifestyle behaviors.
7 Dyslipidemia, hypertension and metabolic syndrome: Frances Burke and Philippe Szapary.
8 Diabetes, pre-diabetes and hypoglycemia: Marion J Franz and Richard Wender.
9 Gastrointestinal disorders: Marianne Aloupis and Thomas Faust.
10 Everything else: Marion Vetter and Katherine Chauncey.
Section 4 Vitamins, minerals, supplements and alternative nutrition.
11 Vitamins: Randee Silverman and Jeremy Brauer.
12 Minerals: Randee Silverman and Jeremy Brauer.
13 Dietary and nutritional supplements: Joel S Edman and Elizabeth Horvitz.
14 Considering the alternatives: Benjamin Kligler and Joel S Edman and Mary Beth Augustine.
Section 5 Successful changes to the environment.
15 It’s all about changing behaviors: Darwin Deen (Albert Einstein College of Medicine) and Alice Fornari.
16 Community counts: Kathryn M Kolasa.
17 Cultural considerations: Kim M Gans and Charles B Eaton.
"Due for release in July, this guide arms health professionals and consumers with nutritional information for preventing obesity-related diseases. Essential for expanding knowledge and research into preventative medicine." (Optimum Nutrition, Summer 2007)
“The authors note…the unique contributions that registered dietitians can make in the…prevention and management of chronic disease.”
- Edited by a GP (Deen) and dietician (Lisa Hark, host of US version of Honey We’re Killing the Kids)
- Easy to navigate
- Includes latest guidance on nutritional advice for patients
- Covers all disease of all systems