The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health
Infobase Publishing, 2003 - 726 pages
Concise and extensively cross-referenced, this volume is the perfect one-stop guide to the often-confusing mass of nutritional information available today. More than 2,500 entries provide the essential information readers want to know about nutrition and good health. Coverage includes food ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, fats, carbohydrates, and proteins; the health benefits and dangers of foods; diseases and health disorders related to nutrition; processed foods and their side effects; the link between certain foods and cancer; food allergies; eating disorders; and much more. This edition is comprised of approximately 30 percent new material, including several new appendixes.
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