Nutrition and Metabolism: Underlying Mechanisms and Clinical Consequences "Nutrition and Metabolism: Underlying Mechanisms and Clinical Consequences" brings together internationally recognized experts to comprehensively review our current understanding of how nutrition interacts with the genetic substrate as well as environmental-exogenous factors, including physical activity or the lack thereof, to result in... Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism
Current, comprehensive, and designed to maximize clarity of the concepts you need to know, longtime best seller ADVANCED NUTRITION AND HUMAN METABOLISM, SIXTH EDITION delivers its signature quality content in a student-friendly presentation. This text is accessible, with relevant examples, illustrations, applications, tables, and figures to...
Man's Guide to Muscle and Strength, A
Your demands are simple enough. You want a straightforward, no-nonsense strength and conditioning program that fits into your schedule and results in a healthy, lean, and defined physique that will get you noticed. You’re willing to put in the work, but you want to see results. Now you can.
In A Man’s Guide to Muscle...
Soil: The Skin of the Planet Earth
The main focus of this monograph is to explain the important role of soil and the environment to a broad audience. Soil is one of the five essential factors crucial for human life. On the one hand the authors describe a responsible approach and use of soil, established on a basic knowledge of the nature of soil and the countless ongoing...
Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals
THIS BOOK IS WRITTEN FOR students in hotel, restaurant, and institution management programs and culinary programs. Practicing management and culinary professionals will find it useful as well. As with previous editions, this is meant to be a practical how-to book tailored to the needs of students and professionals. It is written for those who...
Nutrigenomics (Oxidative Stress and Disease)
Nutrition research commenced more than 200 years ago in the dawn of the chemical
revolution. The “golden age of nutrition” began in the early 1910s and continued
into the 1940s when nutritional sciences focused primarily on diseases
associated with single nutrient deficiencies. This led to the formulation of the...
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