Encyclopedia of human nutrition

By Benjamin Caballero, Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice



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The Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition is a superb attempt to incorporate into one three-volume textbook the many elements of the rapidly expanding science of nutrition. The book is timely, given the increased interest in diet and health by the general public worldwide. It is broad based and covers the physiologic aspects of nutrient and energy requirements of different populations measurements of dietary intake and nutritional status the nutrient composition of the main food groups associations between diet, lifestyle, and disease


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