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Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine
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Part I. Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine: General Considerations
1. Nutrition in Lifestyle Medicine: Overview
2. Nutrition 101: The Concept of Nutritional Status, Standards, and Guides for Nutrient Intakes, Eating Patterns and Nutrition
3. Behavior Change and Nutrition
4. Effective Strategies to Help Adults Manage How Much They Eat
5. Critical Evaluation of Nutrition Research
6. Nutritional Genomics: The Wave of the Future for Nutrition and Dietetics
Part II. Nutrition in Prevention and Treatment of Metabolic Diseases
7. The Role of Nutrition and Lifestyle in the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
8. Nutrition Therapy for the Prevention and Treatment of Prediabetes and Diabetes
9. Nutrition in Weight Management and Obesity
10. Nutrition in Oral Health
Part III. Nutrition in Childhood
11. Childhood Obesity
12. Nutritional Interventions to Lower Cholesterol and Risk for Heart Disease in Children
13. School Meals: Are they Nutritionally Sound?
Part IV. Nutrition in Athletes and Physically Active Adults
14. Nutritional Considerations for the Active Adolescent
15. Effects of an Active Lifestyle on Water Balance
Part V. Nutrition in Specialized Populations and Conditions
16. Nutrition for a Health Pregnancy
17. Promoting Nutrition in Men's Health
18. Nutritional Considerations for Hispanics
19. Optimal Nutrition for the Older Adults
Part VI. Controversies in Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine
20. Added Sugars and Health: What do we Really Know?
21. Saturated Fatty Acids: Friend or Foe?
Part VII. Nutrition and Public Policy Issues
22. Public Policy and Environmental Supports for Healthy Eating
23. Food Safety

About the Author

James M. Rippe, MD.Professor of Biomedical SciencesUniversity of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Founder and Director, Rippe Lifestyle Institute, Shrewsbury, MA and Celebration, FL
Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine
Past Chairman of the Center for Lifestyle Medicine at the University of Central FloridaPast Founding Editor of Nutrition in Clinical Care Past Editor-in-Chief of Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health
Written/Edited 49 books, including the landmark text, Lifestyle Medicine (1999)Editor of Springer book Fructose, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sucrose and Health (Also in the Nutrition and Health series).

Reviews

"The purpose is to highlight the point that what people do in their daily lives matters and if healthcare professionals can begin to incorporate more nutrition information and counseling in their dealings with patients ... . The audience is healthcare professionals, and many of the chapters, written by dietitians, highlight references and resources for registered dietitian nutritionists. ... This is a nice first edition and a valuable resource and reference for all healthcare professionals to use in their daily practices." (Amy Hess-Fischl, Doody's Book Reviews, March, 2016)

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