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Overview

The Handbook of Lipids in Human Nutrition is a concise reference for professionals and students interested in the role of lipids in nutrition. Over 100 tables and illustrations provide quick access to the most current data available.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Dale A. Schoeller, PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Description: This book is a collection of reviews of lipid metabolism intended as a single source introduction to the study of the relationship between dietary lipids and health.
Purpose: The book provides up-to-date background information on lipid chemistry, nomenclature, lipid and lipoprotein analyses, and the physiological effects of oils and foods on human lipid metabolism as it relates to disorders of lipid metabolism.
Audience: The book is written for clinical nutritionists and clinical research personnel. The chapters progress in an organized mariner from basic laboratory methods to human studies of the physiological effects of dietary lipids as presented in coon foods.
Features: There are ample black-and-white figures and tables to support the text. The chapters, although generally brief, are well referenced. In addition, tables summarizing often different to locate information on the fatty acid, cholesterol and plant sterol content of foods and oils are included in an informative appendix section.
Assessment: The book provides a valuable review of the role of lipids as presented in common dietary sources on lipid metabolism and health. The topics are well organized with little overlap in an up-to-date manner that summarizes the results of a large number of human studies that are difficult to locate in a single source. The reviews, however, are relatively short, often at the expense of mechanistic details.
Dale A. Schoeller
This book is a collection of reviews of lipid metabolism intended as a single source introduction to the study of the relationship between dietary lipids and health. The book provides up-to-date background information on lipid chemistry, nomenclature, lipid and lipoprotein analyses, and the physiological effects of oils and foods on human lipid metabolism as it relates to disorders of lipid metabolism. The book is written for clinical nutritionists and clinical research personnel. The chapters progress in an organized mariner from basic laboratory methods to human studies of the physiological effects of dietary lipids as presented in coon foods. There are ample black-and-white figures and tables to support the text. The chapters, although generally brief, are well referenced. In addition, tables summarizing often different to locate information on the fatty acid, cholesterol and plant sterol content of foods and oils are included in an informative appendix section. The book provides a valuable review of the role of lipids as presented in common dietary sources on lipid metabolism and health. The topics are well organized with little overlap in an up-to-date manner that summarizes the results of a large number of human studies that are difficult to locate in a single source. The reviews, however, are relatively short, often at the expense of mechanistic details.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849342486
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 2/1/1996
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Table of Contents

Chemistry, Nomenclature, and Analyses
Lipids in Foods: Chemistry and Nomenclature, I.B. King
Analytical Methodologies for Lipids in Foods, I.B. King
Analytical Procedures for Measurement of the Lipids and Lipoproteins in Cardiovascular Risk Assessment, G.R.Warnick and E.T. Leary
Effect of Food Lipids on Health
Effects of Dietary Fatty Acids and Cholesterol on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Man, R. McPherson and G.A. Spiller
Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Part I: Metabolic Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Essentiality, A.P. Simopoulos
Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Part II: Epidemiological Aspects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Disease States, A.P. Simopoulos
Trans Fatty Acids, A.P. Simopoulos
Plant Sterols: Their Biological Effects in Humans, J.W. Farquhar
Saponins in the Treatment of Hypercholesterolemia, D. Oakenfull
Food Lipids and Thermogenesis in Relation to Obesity, F. Armellini, M. Zamboni, T. Todesco, and O. Bosello
Dietary Lipids and Colon Cancer, B.S. Reddy
Effects of Selected Whole Foods and Interaction of Antioxidants and Fiber on the Health Effects of Fatty Acids and Cholesterol
Introduction, G.A. Spiller
Almonds, Walnuts, and Serum Lipids, J. Sabaté and D.G. Hook
Nut Consumption and Coronary Heart Disease Risk, J. Sabaté , H.E.T. Bell , and G.E. Fraser
Olive Oil and Health, A. Kiritsakis, A. Kafatos, and M. Hassapidou
Modified LDL in the Pathogenesis of Atherosclerosis: Role of Nutrition, L. Cominacini, U. Garbin, A.F. Pasini, A. Davoli, M. Campagnola, A. De Santis, A.M. Pastorino, and V. Lo Cascio
Short Chain Fatty Acid Production and Possible Metabolic Consequences in Humans, T. Todesco, M. Zamboni, F. Armellini, L. Bissoli, E. Turcato, and O. Bosello
Effect of Dietary Fiber on Plasma Lipoproteins, D.J.A. Jenkins, P.J. Spadafora, A.L. Jenkins, and C.G. Rainey-Macdonald
Appendix I: Polyunsaturated, Monounsaturated, and Saturated Fats in Some Common Foods, T.J. Hudson
Appendix II: Physical Properties of Fatty Acids, G.A. Spiller
Appendix III: Cholesterol in Some Common Animal Foods, G.A. Spiller
Appendix IV: Plant Sterols in Foods, G.A. Spiller
Appendix V: Definitions and Composition of Various Olive Oils, G.A. Spiller
Appendix VI: A Note on Proposed Technologies for Extracting Cholesterol from Food, D. Oakenfull
Index

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