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Understanding normal and clinical nutrition / Sharon Rady Rolfes, Kathryn Pinna, 9th ed. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth Cengage Learning,, , English, Book;. Understanding Normal and Clinical. Nutrition, Eighth Edition. Sharon Rady Rolfes, Kathryn Pinna,. Ellie Whitney. Publisher: Yolanda Cossio. UNDERSTANDING NORMAL AND CLINICAL NUTRITION, Ninth Edition, provides the most current and comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of.
Kathryn Pinna received her M. She has taught nutrition, food science, and human biology courses in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years and currently teaches nutrition classes at City College of San Francisco.
She has also worked as an outpatient dietitian, Internet consultant, and freelance writer. Ellie Whitney, Ph.
Now retired, and more concerned about climate change than any other issue, she volunteers full-time for the nonpartisan national nonprofit Citizens Climate Lobby.
Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition. The early chapters focus on normal nutrition, including digestion and metabolism, vitamins and minerals, and life cycle nutrition. The later chapters cover clinical nutrition -- the pathophysiology and nutrition therapy for a wide range of medical conditions.
The text integrates practical information and valuable resources to help students apply nutrition knowledge and skills to their daily lives and the clinical setting. Features, such as case studies, How To boxes with real-world examples, and study cards, help students apply the material and build their conceptual understanding.
Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version. Digestion Absorption and Transport.
The Carbohydrates Sugars Starches and Fibers. The Lipids Triglycerides Phospholipids and Sterols. Protein Amino Acids.
Metabolism Transformations and Interactions. Energy Balance and Body Composition.
Weight Management Overweight Obesity and Underweight. Enteral Nutrition Support. Parenteral Nutrition Support.
Although most people realize that their food habits affect their health, they often choose foods for other reasons. After all, foods bring to the table a variety of pleasures, traditions, and associations as well as nourishment. The challenge, then, is to combine favorite foods and fun times with a nutritionally balanced diet. By comparison, an acute disease develops quickly, produces sharp symptoms, and runs a short course. A variety of food choices can support good health, and an understanding of human nutrition helps you make sensible selections more often.
Two widely shared preferences are for the sweetness of sugar and the savoriness of salt. Liking high-fat foods also appears to be a universally common preference. Other preferences might be for the hot peppers common in Mexican cooking or the curry spices of Indian cuisine. Research nutrition: the science of foods and the nutrients and other substances they contain, and of their actions within the body including ingestion, digestion, absorption, transport, metabolism, and excretion. Habit People sometimes select foods out of habit.
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They eat cereal every morning, for example, simply because they have always eaten cereal for breakfast. Eating a familiar food and not having to make any decisions can be comforting. People eat the foods they grew up eating. Every country, and in fact every region of a country, has its own typical foods and ways of combining them into meals.
This is most evident when eating out: 60 percent of U. Chapter 9 describes how people tend to eat more food when socializing with others.
Meals are often social events, and sharing food is part of hospitality—regardless of hunger signals. Social customs invite people to accept food or drink offered by a host or shared by a group.
An enjoyable way to learn about other cultures is to taste their ethnic foods. Consumers who value convenience frequently eat out, bring home ready-to-eat meals, or have food delivered. Alternatively, some consumers visit meal-preparation businesses where they can assemble several meals to feed their families from ingredients that have been downloadd and portioned according to planned menus.
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Eating a banana or a candy bar may be equally convenient, but the fruit provides more vitamins and minerals and less sugar and fat. They are less likely to download higher priced convenience foods and more likely to download less-expensive store brand items and prepare home-cooked meals. In fact, more than 80 percent of U. By the same token, people can develop aversions and dislike foods that they ate when they felt sick or that they were forced to eat as a child.
By using foods as rewards or punishments, parents may inadvertently teach their children to like and dislike certain foods. Emotions Some people cannot eat when they are emotionally upset.
Others may eat in response to a variety of emotional stimuli—for example, to relieve boredom or depression or to calm anxiety.
A depressed person may choose to eat rather than to call a friend. A person who has returned home from an exciting evening out may unwind with a late-night snack. Carbohydrate and alcohol, for example, tend to calm, whereas protein and caffeine are more likely to activate.
Eating in response to emotions can easily lead to overeating and obesity, but it may be appropriate at times. For example, some Christians forgo meat on Fridays during Lent the period prior to Easter , Jewish law includes an extensive set of dietary rules that govern the use of foods derived from animals, and Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset during Ramadan the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
Some vegetarians select foods based on their concern for animal rights. A concerned consumer may boycott fruit picked by migrant workers who have been exploited.
People may download vegetables from local farmers to save the fuel and environmental costs of foods shipped from far away. They may also select foods packaged in containers that can be reused or recycled. To contributions are called functional foods. These foods must also taste good—as good as the traditional choices. A person selects foods for a variety of reasons. Biologically speaking, people eat to receive nourishment. Do you ever think of yourself as a biological being made of carefully arranged atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, and organs?
Are you aware of the activity going on within your body phytochemicals FIE-toe-KEM-ih-cals : nonnutrient compounds found in plant-derived foods that have biological activity in the body. The atoms, molecules, and cells of your body continuously move and change, even though the structures of your tissues and organs and your external appearance remain relatively constant.
Your skin, which has covered you since your birth, is replaced entirely by new cells every 7 years. The fat beneath your skin is not the same fat that was there a year ago. Your oldest red blood cell is only days old, and the entire lining of your digestive tract is renewed every 3 to 5 days.Life Cycle Nutrition Pregnancy and Lactation.
Cardiovascular Diseases. Hardcover Verified download. Social customs invite people to accept food or drink offered by a host or shared by a group. Lower Gastrointestinal Disorders. site Drive Cloud storage from site. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. To the hundreds of others involved in production and sales, we tip our hats in appreciation.
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