Part 1 Nutrition Basics 1 The Science of Nutrition 2 Tools of a Healthy Diet 3 The Food Supply 4 Human Digestion and Absorption Part 2 Energy-Yielding Nutrients and Alcohol 5 Carbohydrates 6 Lipids 7 Protein 8 Alcohol Part 3 Metabolism and Energy Balance 9 Energy Metabolism 10 Energy Balance, Weight Control, & Eating Disorders 11 Nutrition, Exercise, and Sports Part 4 Vitamins and Minerals 12 Fat-Soluble Vitamins 13 Water-Soluble Vitamins 14 Water and Major Minerals 15 Trace Minerals Part 5 Nutrition Applications in the Life Cycle 16 Nutritional Aspects of Pregnancy and Breastfeeding 17 Nutrition during the Growing Years 18 Nutrition throughout Adulthood Appendixes A Human Physiology B Chemistry C Glycolysis, Citric Acid Cycle, , Electron Transport Chain, Eicosanoids, and Homocysteine Metabolism D Dietary Advice for Canadians E Exchange Systems F Fatty Acids in Foods G Height-Weight Tables H Nutrition Calculations I English-Metric Conversions J Estimated Average Requirements (EARs) for Nutrients K CDC Growth Charts L Sources of Nutrition Information M Dietary Intake and Energy Expenditure Assessment
Carol Byrd-Bredbenner earned her doctorate from Pennsylvania State University. She is Distinguished Professor in the Nutritional Sciences Department at Rutgers University, and she teaches a range of nutrition courses. Her research interests include investigating environmental factors that affect dietary choices and health outcomes. Dr. Byrd-Bredbenner has authored numerous nutrition texts, journal articles, and computer software packages. She has received teaching awards from the American Dietetic Association (now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics), Society for Nutrition Education, and US Department of Agriculture. She was the recipient of the American Dietetic Associations Anita Owen Award for Innovative Nutrition Education Programs. She also was a Fellow of the United Nations, World Health Organization at the WHO Collaborating Center for Nutrition Education. She enjoys exploring food and culinary customs, traveling, diving, and gardening. Gaile L. Moe earned her doctorate in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Washington. She is a registered dietitian who has worked in clinical nutrition, research, and management, as well as dietetics education. She previously directed the Didactic Program in Dietetics at Seattle Pacific University and now serves as the Director of General Education. She has published in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of nutrition and cancer and media reporting of nutrition research. She enjoys swimming, cycling, walking, and hiking, along with learning about culinary traditions, food, and food policy. He obtained his doctorate in Nutrition and Chemical disiologicaen at the University of California-Davis. At the present time he is Associate Professor at San DiegoState University (SDSU), Where he teaches introduction to nutrition, and clinical nutrition, to students of undergraduate and post graduate degrees in the School of Exercise and Nutritional Science in the Global Health Program in the School of Public Health at San Diego State University(SDSU). His research and publications in magazines focus on the assessment of riesgonutricional in athletes older and people with chronic disease. Before his tenure at the University Dr. Beshgetoor worked as the and as a clinical dietitian. He is an active member of the American Society of Nutrition(ASN). Enjoys the music, hiking, biking, hiking on the beach, windsurfing, as well as spend time with family, friends, Taz and Toby. Jacqueline R. Berning earned her doctorate in Nutrition from Colorado State University. She is Professor and Chair of the Health Science Department at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS), where she has won numerous teaching awards. Dr. Berning is published in the area of sports dietetics and has been the sport dietitian for the Denver Broncos, Cleveland Indians, and Colorado Rockies. Currently, she is the sport dietitian for UCCS athletics and US Lacrosse. She is active in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, where she served as Chair of the Program Planning Committee for FNCE and is currently Chair of the Appeals Committee. In 2014, Dr. Berning was awarded the Mary Abbot Hess Award for Culinary Events. Additionally, she served 6 years as an ADA spokesperson and is former Chair of the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutritionists dietetics practice group. She enjoys walking, hiking, and gardening.