The purpose of this issue of the Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice is to present the veterinary profession with current information on the theories and scientific studies concerning the cellular effects and application of nutraceuticals, antioxidants, and botanical and other biological therapies. The issue is controversialas it should be. As would be expected, the authors have differing opinions on the clinical relevancy of these agents.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of Contents
- The Use of Nutraceuticals in Cancer Therapy
- Nutraceuticals, Aging and Cognitive Dysfunction
- Modulation of immune response through nutraceutical interventions: implications for canine and feline health
- Functional Foods and the Urinary Tract
- Balancing Fact and Fiction of Novel Ingredients: Definitions, Regulations, and Evaluation
- Regulatory Issues of Functional Foods, Feeds, and Nutraceuticals
- Use of Nutraceuticals and Chondroprotectants in Osteoarthritic Dogs and CatsPharmacognosy: Phytomedicines and their mechanisms
- The Natural Activities of Cells, the Role of Reactive Oxygen Species and Their Relation to Antioxidants, Nutraceuticals...
- Evidence Based Medicine Concepts
- Cellular Effects of Common Nutraceuticals and Natural Food SubstancesCellular Effects of Various Herbs and Botanicals
- Metabolic, Antioxidant, Nutraceutical, Probiotic, and Herbal Therapies Relating to the Management of Hepatobiliary Disorders
- Traditional and Non-Traditional Effective and Non-Effective Therapies for Cardiac Disease in Dogs and Cats