Nutrient Interactions - C. E. Bodwell And John W. Erdman

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  1. Amazoniac

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    Nutrient Interactions (0-8247-7868-5) - C. E. Bodwell and John W. Erdman

    Table of contents:

    Preface - iii
    Contributors - v

    1. Energy-Nutrient Interactions - 1
    Benjamin Torun

    Introduction - 1
    Energy and Protein - 2
    Energy and Vitamins - 12
    Dietary Energy Density - 14
    Summary - 19
    References - 19​

    2. Amino Acid Interactions: A Selective Review - 27
    Vemon R. Young and Naomi K. Fukagawa

    Introduction - 27
    Features of Amino Acid Metabolism and Approaches for Study of Amino Acid Interactions - 28
    Amino Acid Flux and Protein Turnover in Healthy Individuals - 32
    Branched-Chain Amino Acid Interactions - 36
    Sulfur Amino Acids - 47
    Dispensible Amino Acids - 53
    Summary and Conclusions - 58
    References - 61​

    3. Mineral Interactions in Foods - 73
    Fergus M. Clydesdale

    Chemical Reactivity of Minerals - 74
    Physicochemical Reactions as Determinants of Bioavailability in Food - 76
    Potential for Reactions in Food - 78
    Complex Formation and Chelation - 78
    Hydrolysis - 81
    Aging - 82
    pH and Reduction Potential - 83
    Enhancers and Inhibitors - 86
    Thermodynamic Considerations - 86
    Examples of Enhancers and Inhibitors in Food - 91
    Conclusions - 107
    References - 107​

    4. Physiological Interactions of Minerals - 115
    Noel W. Solomons

    Introduction - 115
    Levels of Mineral-Mineral Interactions - 118
    Methods for Assessing Mineral-Mineral Interactions - 121
    Caveats and Limitations in Assessing Mineral-Mineral Interactions - 123
    Physiologically Important Mineral-Mineral Interactions in Humans - 125
    Dietary Modulation of Mineral-Mineral Interaction - 138
    Conclusions - 140
    References - 141​

    5. Protein-Iron Interactions: Influences on Absorption, Metabolism, and Status - 149
    Elaine R. Monsen

    Noncellular Protein Inhibition of Nonheme Iron Absorption - 150
    Enhancement of Nonheme Iron Absorption by Cellular Protein - 152
    Heme Iron Absorption - 154
    Specialized Proteins Influencing Iron Absorption - 155
    Dietary Patterns: Metabolic Effects of the Quantity and Source of Dietary Protein - 156
    Iron Stores: A Regulatory of Iron Absorption - 157
    Conclusion - 159
    References - 160​

    6. Vitamin-Mineral Interactions - 163
    Bo Lonnerdal

    Ascorbic Acid-Iron Interactions - 164
    Ascorbic Acid-Copper Interactions - 165
    Zinc-Vitamin E Interactions - 168
    Zinc-Vitamin A Interactions - 171
    Vitamin A-Iron Interactions - 175
    Riboflavin-Iron Interactions - 176
    Folate-Zinc Interactions - 178
    Conclusion - 181
    References - 182​

    7. Lipid-Vitamin-Mineral Interactions in the Diet and in the Tissues - 187
    Harold H. Draper

    Introduction - 187
    Lipid-Vitamin-Mineral Interactions in Foods - 188
    Lipid-Vitamin-Mineral Interactions in Vivo - 195
    References - 202​

    8. Effect of Variations in Dietary Protein, Phosphorus, Electrolytes, and Vitamin D on Calcium and Zinc Metabolism - 205
    Janet L. Greger

    Effect of Isolated Protein on Calcium Metabolism - 206
    Effect of Isolated Protein on Zinc Metabolism - 208
    Effect of Phosphorus on Calcium Metabolism - 211
    Effect of Phosphorus on Zinc Metabolism - 213
    Diet Milieu - 215
    Effect of Electrolytes - 216
    ffect of Vitamin D - 218
    Other Effects of Calcium - 219
    Summary - 220
    References - 220​

    9. Interactions Between Utilizable Dietary Carbohydrates and Minerals - 229
    Sheldon Reiser

    Introduction - 229
    Iron - 230
    Copper - 233
    Selenium - 240
    Chromium - 242
    Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc - 244
    Conclusions - 245
    References - 246​

    10. Fiber-Mineral and Fiber-Vitamin Interactions - 253
    Steven L. Ink

    Introduction - 253
    Bioavailability of Minerals - 255
    Bioavailability of Vitamins - 260
    Summary - 261
    References - 261​

    11. Interacting Effects of Carbohydrate and Lipid on Metabolism - 265
    Carolyn D. Berdanier [author of 'Advanced Nutrition: Macronutrients, Micronutrients, and Metabolism']

    Introduction - 265
    Studies in Animals - 268
    Appropriate Animal Models for the Human - 269
    Carbohydrate-Fat Interaction Effects in Humans - 270
    Carbohydrate Effects on Lipogenesis in Rats - 272
    Carbohydrate-Lipid Interactions - 275
    Summary - 281
    References - 281​

    12. Vitamin-Vitamin Interactions - 287
    Lawrence J. Machlin and Lillian Langseth

    Introduction - 287
    Types of Interactions - 288
    Vitamin A - 290
    Vitamin E - 292
    Vitamin C - 297
    B-Vitamins - 300
    Summary - 306
    References - 306​

    13. Nutrient Interactions and the Toxic Elements Aluminum, Cadmium, and Lead - 313
    M R. Spivey Fox

    Introduction - 313
    Aluminum - 316
    Cadmium - 321
    Lead - 335
    General Conclusions - 341
    References - 341​

    14. Interactions of Food Additives and Nutrients - 351
    John E. Vanderveen

    Introduction - 351
    Types of Food Additive-Nutrient Interactions - 352
    Regulatory Concerns - 359
    References - 359​

    15. A Comparison of Drug-Nutrient and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions - 365
    Daphne A. Roe

    Introduction - 365
    Drug versus Nutrient Disposition - 367
    Outcomes of Drug and Nutrient Interactions - 370
    Critique of Methods of Investigating Drug and Nutrient Interactions - 374
    Summary - 375
    References - 376
    Index - 379​

    It only has 392 pages, so it's clearly not a book on Diokine's qualities.
     

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    A short review would be nice. Why should I read this book? Why did you like it? What makes it different from the hundreds of bad books written about nutrients and physiology?
     
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    Thanks again for sharing another book. Curious about chapter 12 on the vitamin to vitamin interactions.
     
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    You're in front of a classic without knowing. Just skim through it and you'll realize that it's not just one more book.
     
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