- Author:Victoria J. Drake,Linus Pauling Institute Oregon State Univ.,Jane Higdon
- Publisher:TPS; 2nd edition edition (December 10, 2012)
- Pages:368 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Evidence-Based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals: Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations
Evidence-Based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals: Health Benefits and Intake Recommendations.
An Evidence-based Approach to Phytochemicals and Other Dietary Factors. and Victoria J. Drake, P. It also features a new afterword and annotations, as well as name and subject indices. Paperback (2006) 360 pp.
Q10, L-Carnitine, lipoic acid, and other dietary factors Logically structured for .
Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA (deceased). Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA. معلومات المراجع.
It captures what you need to know in a succinct but comprehensive fashion.
Jane Higdon, Victoria J. Drake, Linus Pauling Institute.
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Автор: Higdon Название: An Evidence-Based Approach to Dietary Phytochemicals ISBN: 3131418419 . Drake. by Jane Higdon and Victoria J.
Now in a completely updated second edition, An Evidence-based Approach to Dietary Phytochemicals and Other Dietary Factors is a trusted resource for all health professionals who need to interpret the explosion of information on the role of a plant-based diet in health and disease. It consolidates a wealth of scientifically accurate, peer-reviewed data on plant foods, dietary phytochemicals, and dietary supplements, and includes information on essential intake recommendations, dietary sources, nutrient and drug interactions, phytochemicals in disease prevention, possible adverse effects, and much more.
Special features:All chapters revised and updated, with new sections on choline, coenzyme Q10, L-Carnitine, lipoic acid, and other dietary factorsLogically structured for quick access to information: begins with the evidence-based benefits of fruits and vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grains, coffee, and tea; and goes on to the scientific and clinical data on individual dietary phytochemicals and classes of phytochemicals, including carotenoids, flavonoids, fiber, and moreSummaries at the end of each chapter for rapid reviewPeer-reviewed by experts in the field, ensuring that all material is accurate and up-to-dateThe well-constructed appendix includes not only a quick reference to diseases and foods and where to find them in the book, but also useful tables on phytochemical-drug interactions, phytochemical-nutrient interactions, and phytochemical-rich foods; a summary of the glycemic index of dietary carbohydrates; and a comprehensive glossary of terms