Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition 11th edition is another book in category of nutrition books. Ellie Whitney, Kathryn Pinna and Sharon Rady Rolfes are book authors. Normal and clinical nutrition are two different concepts. This book deals with understanding of these two concepts. Some traditional and advanced concepts about nutrition are presented. Some other popular books are also been posted on Book Hut. These can be read in the following link.
Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition 11th edition
Most of the contents of this book also match with other nutrition books. First half as the name indicates relates to normal nutrition. Second half then contains clinical aspects of nutrition. The chapter of nutrition intervention describes the various food-borne illnesses. These illnesses are very common now a days. Similarly, food toxicology has gained important in present day nutrition studies. Book also contains explanation of Enteral and Parenteral nutrition support.
A bunch of some major diseases have association with nutrition patterns. Similarly, GI diseases, Diabetes Mellitus and other diseases have a link with nutrition patterns. Separate chapters are there for individual chronic health disorders. So, in Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition major emphasis is on clinical nutrition.
Colorful pictures and diagrams are useful to explain the difficult clinical nutrition concepts. Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition book is equally important for both nutritionists and dietitians.
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