Molecular Basis Of Human Nutrition

Molecular Basis Of Human Nutrition

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Molecular Basis of Human Nutrition focuses on the metabolic basis of human nutrition, detailing recent knowledge and research in this field. It explains the biochemical functions of the essential nutrients and the physiological consequences of deficient and excessive intakes. These are described within the context of normal human diets and requirements for health. Although this book is about human nutrition, in some instances there are comparisons with and examples of other mammalian species to facilitate understanding of the principles. Molecular Basis of Human Nutrition is the only book to cover this particular subject and will prove very popular with both students and lecturers alike.
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 170 x 244 x 12mm | 381.02g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 21 Tables, black and white
  • 0748407537
  • 9780748407538
  • 1,132,169

Table of contents

Introduction. Energy. Protein. Carbohydrate. Fat. Minerals. Vitamins. Deficiencies and Toxicities. Diet-Related Diseases. Food.
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'This title is excellent and should be very attractive to both students and teaching staff.' - John Mathers, School of Biological Sciences, University of Newcastle, UK 'There is a genuine shortage of good introductory texts in nutrition which deal with cellular and metabolic aspects and this book would definitely fill that gap. A much needed book.' - Joe Millward, School of Biological Sciences, University of Surrey, UK
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