Best diet books of all time
Women and Exercise is an invluable resource for all physicians, from general practitioners to specialists seeking information outside their specialty, who need up-to-date information and expert advice about women and exercise.
Mona M. Shangold
More free books Young People and Physical Activity – Neil Armstrong
Sports medicine is one of the fastest growing specialties of medicine, and the participation of children in sport is receiving much research interest. Children stand to benefit from exercise and sport in a number of ways, but are also at risk of injury or tissue damage if heavy exercise is not carfully monitored. This text introduces the concepts of growth and maturation of tissues […] Handbook of Physiology: Exercise: Regulation and Integration of Multiple Systems Section 12 – Loring B. Rowell
This volume offers a synthesis of information and ideas about the physiology of exercise that will provide a basis for future investigations in this field. It sets a standard for the physiological study of exercise and should be of interest to physiologists, sports scientists, kinesiologists, cardiologists, motor control neurologists and physicians.
Author: Loring B. Rowell
ISBN: […] Low Fat Barbecues – Madeline Weston
Expert advice on lighting and cooking over the barbecue, as well as information on preparing healthy fat-free food.
Author: Madeline Weston
Pages: 96 pages
Size: 14.43 Mb Good Housekeeping & Royal College of General PractitionersEat Well, Stay Well – Good Housekeeping Institute
With over 400 recipes, expert advice, special dietary information and a reference section on diet-related ailments, this guide to healthier eating combines the know-how of the Good Housekeeping Institute with the medical expertise of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Author: Good Housekeeping Institute
Pages: 400 pages
Size: 11.38 Mb The Benefits and Hazards of Exercise – Domhnall MacAuley
This concise book addresses the important issues of long-term benefits and hazards of exercise in the healthy and those with specific chronic conditions. It will be of lasting value to all involved directly in sports medicine, and to family physicians .
Author: Domhnall MacAuley
Pages: 384 pages
Size: 17.41 Mb Sports Nutrition Patient Education Resource Manual – Jacqueline R Berning
The Sports Nutrition Patient Education Resource Manual contains more than 100 patient education handouts created specifically for educating athletes about nutrition. The Manual is a comprehensive resource complete with ready-to-use patient handouts and practitioner reference materials covering a breadth of topics, including: general dietary information, sources of energy, essential […] Caring for the Exercising Woman – Ralph W. Hale
This text introduces physicians to the problems faced by women who exercise and discusses how to best deal with those problems. It reviews the history of women in sports and develops a perspective for physicians to use in their evaluations of patients.
Author: Ralph W. Hale
Pages: 160 pages
Size: 24.70 Mb Dietary Fiber in Health and Disease – Vahouny
Dietary fiber is a topic that has burgeoned from an esoteric interest of a few research laboratories to a subject of international interest. This growth has been helped by the intense public interest in the potential benefits of adding fiber to the diet. The general popularity of fiber may have been helped by the perception that, for once, medicine was saying "do" instead of "don't. […]
Best diet books of all time