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Raw Food Nutrition Handbook The

Author : Karin Dina
ISBN : 9781570678653
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 59.59 MB
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Rick and Karin Dina are both healthcare practitioners and long-time followers of a raw food diet. They've provided scientific information on how to construct nutritious raw diets through their Science of Raw Food Nutrition classes to hundreds of students. This book is a compendium of the latest information from peer-reviewed research and their own clinical experience on why raw diets are so beneficial and how to construct a raw diet that will provide all the necessary nutrients. The Raw Food Nutrition Handbook covers issues such as getting enough protein, understanding calorie density and nutrient density, focusing on whole plant foods, hydration, and food combining. The Dinas provide examples of some of the most popular raw food diets and discuss the nutritional adequacies of each one. They also share some of the success strategies they've used over the years to help people stay raw over the long term, make sense of conflicting nutritional information, and engage family and friends in their dietary journeys.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Raw Food Nutrition Handbook

Author : Karin Dina
ISBN : 1570673276
Genre : Nutrition
File Size : 40.49 MB
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Rick and Karin Dina are two of the most highly respected raw-food educators in North America. In this book, Karin draws on her personal and clinical experience and also presents research-based information on topics that are especially important to anyone who wants to construct a nutritious raw food diet, either for themselves or their clients. She reviews the nutrients that are important in any diet and discusses their roles and how to obtain them entirely from raw foods. Rick provides groundbreaking information on the adequacy of plant-based protein in a raw diet and how it compares favorably to high-protein animal foods. Other topics include food combining, the effect of heat on nutrients, understanding nutrient and calorie density to determine which foods are the most nutritious, and why whole plant foods are important for health and satiety. On a practical level, Karin analyzes various types of raw food diets and their nutritional adequacies and compares them nutritionally against a typical meat-based diet. She then offers strategies to ensure success in following a raw diet over the long term.
Category: Nutrition

Raw Diligence

Author : Diana L. Martin-Gotcher
ISBN : 9781480934726
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 37.63 MB
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Raw Diligence by Diana L. Martin-Gotcher Raw Diligence is more than just a diet. It is a lifestyle; a long-term solution for obtaining and sustaining health. We have choices to make that only we can make. Our daily choices are cumulative and affect our life! In many cases, the rewards and consequences of our physical and emotional health are a direct reflection of our daily choices. Diana’s intention is to help you achieve vibrant health and vitality by means of transitioning into consuming an abundance of raw plant foods that you can LIVE with. It is the consistent pattern of each day that will have a positive or negative effect on your health and life. It isn’t what you do occasionally!
Category: Health & Fitness

The Nutrition Handbook For Food Processors

Author : C J K Henry
ISBN : 9781855736658
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 59.30 MB
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Since Arnold Bender's classic Food processing and nutrition in 1978, there has been no single volume survey of the impact of processing on the nutritional quality of food. With its distinguished editors and international team of contributors, The nutrition handbook for food processors, fills that gap. It summarises the wealth of research in an area as important to the food industry as it is to health-conscious consumers. Part one provides the foundation for the rest of the book, looking at consumers and nutrition. After a discussion of surveys on what consumers eat, there are two reviews of research on the contribution of vitamins and minerals to health. Three further chapters discuss how nutrient intake is measured and at how nutrition information is presented to and interpreted by consumers. Part two looks at processing and nutritional quality. Two introductory chapters look at raw materials, discussing the nutritional enhancement of plant foods and meat respectively. The remaining chapters review the impact of processing, beginning with a general discussion of the stability of vitamins during processing. There are chapters on processes such as thermal processing, frying, freezing, packaging and irradiation. The book also covers newer processes such as microwave processing, ohmic heating and high pressure processing. Given the unprecedented attention on the impact of processing on the nutritional quality of food, The nutrition handbook for food processors is a standard work in its field. Summarises key findings on diet and nutrient intake, the impact of nutrients on health, and how food processing operations affect the nutritional quality of foods Examines consumers and nutrition, processing and nutritional quality, and nutritional enhancement of plant foods and meat, among other topics Reviews the wealth of recent research in an area as important to the food industry as it is to health-conscious consumers
Category: Technology & Engineering

Routledge Handbook Of Deviant Behavior

Author : Clifton D. Bryant
ISBN : 9781134015573
Genre : History
File Size : 71.4 MB
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The Handbook of Deviant Behavior presents a comprehensive, integrative, and accessible overview of the contemporary body of knowledge in the field of social deviance in the twenty-first century. This book addresses the full range of scholarly concerns within this area – including theoretical, methodological, and substantive issues – in over seventy original entries, written by an international mix of recognized scholars. Each of these essays provides insight not only into the historical and sociological evolution of the topic addressed, but also highlights associated notable thinkers, research findings, and key published works for further reference. As a whole, this Handbook undertakes an in depth evaluation of the contemporary state of knowledge within the area of social deviance, and beyond this considers future directions and concerns that will engage scholars in the decades ahead. The inclusion of comparative and cross-cultural examples and discussions, relevant case studies and other pedagogical features make this book an invaluable learning tool for undergraduate and post graduate students in disciplines such as criminology, mental health studies, criminal theory, and contemporary sociology.
Category: History

Pediatric Nutrition Handbook

Author : American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Nutrition
ISBN : 1581101090
Genre : Medical
File Size : 25.73 MB
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Comprehensive and authoritative handbook provides evidence-based guidance on the full spectrum of childhood nutrition issues. Focuses on nutrient requirements and metabolism, methods for assessment, nutritional support, and the role of nutrition in treating pediatric diseases. Features new material on prevention of pediatric obesity.
Category: Medical

Pediatric Nutrition Handbook

Author : Ronald E. Kleinman
ISBN : UOM:39015047064004
Genre : Children
File Size : 80.95 MB
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This handbook covers the fundamental issues in paediatric nutrition science and its role in health and disease. It covers metabolism of specific nutrients, methods of assessing nutritional status, and the nutritional support of healthy infants and children as well as those with illness. The book explores infant feeding, nutrition for the older child, micronutrients and macronutrients, nutrition delivery systems, disorders of metabolism and nutrition, diet, and the prevention of disease. Topics that arise frequently in paediatric practice, such as the impact of diet on long-term health, the use of fast foods and vegetarian diets, and food labelling, are also covered.
Category: Children

Pediatric Nutrition Handbook

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ISBN : 091076106X
Genre : Children
File Size : 20.58 MB
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Intended for practicing clinicians needing a reference guide on the requirements and metabolism of specific nutrients, methods of assessing nutritional status, and the nutrition support of healthy infants and children. This edition is reorganized and expanded to reflect the growth of information in clinical nutrition sciences during the past ten years. One new chapter describes advances in food technology and novel foods or ingredients of the future. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Category: Children

Dr Jensen S Nutrition Handbook

Author : Bernard Jensen
ISBN : 0658002783
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 77.32 MB
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In this classic work, Dr. Jensen offers a step-by-step program for using food to build health and fight disease. Also included is information on special immune-building nutrients, essential exercises for optimum health, and scientifically proven ways to nourish the brain, nervous system, colon, kidneys, lungs, skin, and lymphatic system.
Category: Health & Fitness