Best diet books of all time
Everyone knows that vitamins and minerals are nonnegotiable components of optimal health. But what exactly do these substances do in the body, and how much of each is needed? What happens if an individual ingests too little or too much of a particular vitamin or mineral? Which foods are the best sources of them, and are dietary supplements a safe alternative? Do certain vitamins and minerals offer protection against certain diseases and medical conditions? Vitamins and Minerals: Fact versus Fiction provides answers to these and many other questions in an accessible format, backed by summaries of key research findings. This book cuts through the confusion and hype that surround the nutrition and supplements industries to offer readers clear guidance founded on solid medical research. A standardized chapter structure and several appendices make the most important information readily available, while introductory essays explore fundamental topics–such as different types of intake recommendations and how they’re determined–in greater depth.
Mark A. Goldstein
More free books Healthy Foods : Fact versus Fiction – Mark A. Goldstein
This book presents research findings about 50 foods that are commonly touted as healthy and educates readers about the medical problems they purportedly alleviate or help prevent.* Includes 50 topics covering the most popular health foods, such as blueberries, buckwheat, and capers * Comprises the exhaustive research of a physician and an acclaimed independent scholar and writer* 50 […] Nutrition in Sport – George Neumann
The book makes recommendations for physiologically useful dietary planning before, during and after training in various sports.It also examines risk-prone groups in sports nutrition.The emphasis is on presenting the latest research on the effects of carbohydrates and proteins and other active substances, such as vitamins and minerals, on performance training. Particular attention is […] Nutrition and the Eye : Basic and Clinical Research. – A. J. Augustin
This volume contains a basic research section focusing on the major compounds of nutrition and food supplements as well as a clinical research section providing up-to-date information on the results of recent clinical studies. The first part gives an insight into the mechanisms of substances relevant to antioxidants and food supplements in relation to eye diseases. The consequences […] The Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements – Tova Navarra
Since the first edition of this book was published nearly a decade ago, the dietary supplement market has skyrocketed to a USD6 billion industry and the government has established an Office of Dietary Supplements within the National Institutes of Health. A good deal of new research has emerged and new discoveries and developments have occurred. The Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals […] What You Must Know About Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & More : Choosing the Nutrients That are Right for You – Pamela Wartian Smith
Almost 75 percent of health and longevity is based on lifestyle, environment, and nutrition. Yet even if you follow a healthful diet, you probably don't get all the nutrients you need to prevent disease. In What You Must Know About Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & More, Dr. Pamela Smith explains how you can maintain health through the use of nutrients. Part One of this easy-to-use […] Your Guide to Vitamin & Mineral Supplements – Helath Clinic Mayo
The Compact Guides to Fitness & Health were researched and compiled by the Mayo Clinic. This 17-volume set gives specific information on how to live a healthier life, for example, Living Disease-Free, Your Healthy Back, and Medical Tests Every Man Needs.
Author: Helath Clinic Mayo
Pages: 32 pages
Size: 29.49 Mb Advanced Nutritional Therapies – Kenneth H Cooper
Based on the latest medical and scientific research, a comprehensive, medically proven program explains how to incorporate herbs, nutrients, supplements, minerals, and hormones into a nutritional therapy designed to prevent and heal disease and enhance the quality of one's life. 75,000 first printing.
Author: Kenneth H Cooper
Pages: 357 pages
Size: 14.00 Mb Vitamins and Minerals Demystified : A Self-Teaching Guide – Steve Blake
Encapsulating the science behind vitamins and mineralsNeed to understand how vitamins and minerals work but find dense texts difficult to absorb? Here's your panacea! Vitamins & Minerals Demystified makes it easy to digest information on everything from A to zinc. Written by a holistic health doctor, this essential guide explains the crucial role vitamins and minerals play in […]
Best diet books of all time