Does a longer life mean a healthier life? The number of adults over 65 in the United States is growing, but many may not be aware that they are at greater risk from foodborne diseases and their nutritional needs change as they age. The IOM's Food Forum held a workshop October 29-30, 2009, to discuss food safety and nutrition concerns for older adults.
Genre: Medical, Editor: National Academies Press, Pages: 192 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780309158831


This Anti-cancer-book is very important for your whole family, doctors, healers, patients as well as healthy people. A scientific study conducted on Afro-Americans confirms: An African diet lowers cancer risk in only two weeks. According to this study, in which he participants changed their diet from a western diet to an African diet, the risk of falling ill with colon cancer was significantly lowered. In this book you will find out the reasons. Studies say, that Graviola can eliminate cancer cells up to 10.000 times more effectively than a chemotherapy and, in contrast to chemotherapy, does not attack healthy cells. Therefore they confirm what natural medics in Africa have known all along. Cancer can be prevented and combated. In this book, the author shows you, how you can use those healing powers on your own. It is simple and natural, and you do not need expensive pharma products. The author, Dantse, enriches you with top tips and innovative information and delicious cooking recipes from Africa and introduces you to foods that are real cancer-cell-killers. In this book, Dantse combines findings of conventional medicine and natural medicine, which might be new and surprising for many of us. This book is for your whole family, for doctors and healers, for patients and healthy people. It includes: • A list of all vitamins and minerals: in which foods they are found, their anti-cancer function, what causes a deficiency • A list of anti-cancer vitamins and minerals • A list of toxins and chemicals in foods that cause cancer and countermeasures • Alkaline, bitter, acidic foods and how they work against cancer • All about antioxidants, what foods they are found in and how they kill cancer cells • A list of some tropical foods with strong anti-cancer healing power • A list of African miracle carbohydrates, most effective anti-cancer fighters • A detailed listing of many anti-cancer foods by food type: anti-cancer fruits, anti-cancer nuts, anti-cancer vegetables, anti-cancer fats and much more. • Explanation why vegetable oil is indispensable in the fight against cancer • How to get a healthy intestinal flora and why this is the basis of the successful fight against cancer • How the sun prevents cancer and inhibits cancer cells • Natural antibiotics • African-inspired cooking recipes for a complete week that effectively prevent cancer and prevent the development of cancer cells • And much more
Genre: Health & Fitness, Editor: via tolino media, Pages: 340 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9783754610558


More children born today will survive to adulthood than at any time in history. It is now time to emphasize health and development in middle childhood and adolescence--developmental phases that are critical to health in adulthood and the next generation. Child and Adolescent Health and Development explores the benefits that accrue from sustained and targeted interventions across the first two decades of life. The volume outlines the investment case for effective, costed, and scalable interventions for low-resource settings, emphasizing the cross-sectoral role of education. This evidence base can guide policy makers in prioritizing actions to promote survival, health, cognition, and physical growth throughout childhood and adolescence.
Genre: Medical, Editor: World Bank Publications, Pages: 502 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781464804397



Genre: Medical, Editor: Kendall Hunt, Pages: 848 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 0787276804


The Seventh Edition of this nursing-focused nutrition text has been updated to reflect the latest evidence-based practice and nutrition recommendations. Written in a user-friendly style, the text emphasizes what the nurse really needs to know in practice. Maintaining its nursing process focus and emphasis on patient teaching, this edition includes features to help readers integrate nutrition into nursing care such as sample Nursing Process tables, Case Studies in every chapter, and new Interactive Case Studies online. This is the tablet version which does not include access to the supplemental content mentioned in the text.
Genre: Medical, Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Pages: 664 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781469832043



Genre: , Editor: , Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: STANFORD:36105110709552



Genre: , Editor: International Potato Center, Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN:


A Medicine Through FoodTM Guide Drugs that claim to prevent or redress bone loss can actually cause bones to crumble and break. Calcium supplements, fortified processed food, and pasteurized dairy don't work because the calcium in them doesn't reach our bones. It’s a grim picture, but The Healthy Bones Nutrition Plan and Cookbook can help. Coauthors Dr. Laura Kelly and Helen Bryman Kelly, daughter and mother, have a firm grasp on the disciplines concerned with bone health, including nutrient absorption and bone metabolism. They offer readers a natural, effective, and safe approach to conserving bone mass and building healthy bones by creating a personalized nutrition plan that includes eating the right foods in the right combinations. The authors’ quest for a natural, effective, safe way to prevent and treat bone loss began after 20 years of frustration, during which Helen tried supplements and several popular dietary approaches to arrest bone loss, only to see her bones continue to deteriorate year by year. Drawing on her knowledge of metabolic science and a rigorous examination of current research, Laura created a unique diet-based approach to bone health that allowed Helen’s body to absorb the nutrients that are naturally present in whole foods. Helen has been following her personal nutrition plan for four years and has stopped her bone loss completely—without taking any pharmaceuticals. Part One of the book begins with a primer on bone metabolism, including the roles of individual vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that can help build strong bones. Building on this knowledge and more, the authors provide a framework and worksheets so readers can use the recipes and work with their doctors to create their personal nutrition plan for skeletal health. The book includes more than 100 bone-health recipes ranging from sauces and small plates to soups, salads, and main dishes, drinks and desserts. The authors also explain how to make staple ingredients such as ghee and bone health vinegar and how to grow shiitake mushrooms—an important source of vitamin D. Readers can count on their personal nutrition plans and the Kellys’ recipes to provide food that helps calcium reach, and potentially strengthen, their bones.
Genre: Cooking, Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing, Pages: 304 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781603586252


This textbook is a practical guide to the application of the philosophy and principles of Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy (IFMNT) in the practice of medicine, and the key role nutrition plays in restoring and maintaining wellness. The textbook provides an overview of recent reviews and studies of physiological and biochemical contributions to IFMNT and address nutritional influences in human heath overall, including poor nutrition, genomics, environmental toxicant exposures, fractured human interactions, limited physical movement, stress, sleep deprivation, and other lifestyle factors. Ultimately, this textbook serves to help practitioners, healthcare systems, and policy makers better understand this different and novel approach to complex chronic disorders. It provides the reader with real world examples of applications of the underlying principles and practices of integrative/functional nutrition therapies and presents the most up-to-date intervention strategies and clinical tools to help the reader keep abreast of developments in this emerging specialty field. Many chapters include comprehensive coverage of the topic and clinical applications with supplementary learning features such as case studies, take-home messages, patient and practitioner handouts, algorithms, and suggested readings. Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices will serve as an invaluable guide for healthcare professionals in their clinical application of nutrition, lifestyle assessment, and intervention for each unique, individual patient.
Genre: Medical, Editor: Springer Nature, Pages: 1101 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9783030307301


Nutrition: Science and Applications, 3rd Canadian Edition, provides students with a strong foundational knowledge of human nutrition, covering all essential nutrients, their functions in the body, and their sources and dietary components. Presenting an innovative critical-thinking approach to the subject, this leading textbook goes beyond the basics to explore underlying nutrition processes while discussing the latest research, debates, and controversies related to nutrition and health. The text offers an accessible, visually-rich presentation of topics designed to be highly relevant and relatable to Canadian readers. The ideal text for college-level nutrition courses, this new edition features extensively revised and updated content throughout — aligning with the latest nutrition research, recommendations, guidelines, and Canadian government regulations. The authors real-world approach enables students to apply concepts of nutrition science in their own lives as consumers, and in their future careers as scientists and health professionals. Balanced coverage of fundamental nutrition topics integrates with comprehensive discussion of nutrient metabolism, health and disease relationships, dietary patterns, Canadian and global nutrition issues, and much more.
Genre: Science, Editor: John Wiley & Sons, Pages: 976 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781119577546