Williams' Basic Nutrition & Diet Therapy - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 15th Edition
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource
For concise, need-to-know coverage of the most up-to-date topics and research in nutritional care, turn to Williams’ Basic Nutrition & Diet Therapy, 15th Edition. This market-leading text provides coverage of hot topics, emerging trends, and cutting-edge research, plus all the essentials for providing the best nutrition care. And with its conversational writing style, vivid illustrations, and student-friendly features you can easily tie nutrition concepts to the application of those concepts in clinical practice. The text is broken out into four parts: an introduction to the basic principles of nutrition science, human growth and development needs, community nutrition, and clinical nutrition. All in all, Williams’ is the effective and efficient way to integrate nutrition into your nursing or health science curriculum.
- Case studies with accompanying questions for analysis in the clinical care chapters focus your attention on related patient care problems.
- Cultural Considerations boxes discuss how a patient's culture can affect nutritional concepts in practice.
- Clinical Applications and For Further Focus boxes highlight timely topics and analyze concepts and trends in depth.
- Bulleted chapter summaries review highlights from the chapter and help you see how the chapter contributes to the book's "big picture."
- Diet therapy guidelines include recommendations, restrictions, and sample diets for major clinical conditions.
- Drug-Nutrient Interactions boxes highlight important safety information and cover topics such as nutritional supplements for athletics, drugs interfering with vitamin absorption, and over-the-counter weight loss aids.
- Key terms and definitions clarify terminology and concepts critical to your understanding and application of the material.
- NEW! Completely updated content incorporate the recently released 2015 dietary guidelines, Healthy People objectives, nutrition labels, common weight-loss diets, FDA/CDC statistics/warnings regarding trans fatty acids, disordered eating, and more.
- NEW! New chapter review questions reflect the latest NCLEX Exam format. Answers to these questions will appear in the appendix.
- NEW! Rewritten chapters on clinical nutrition take a more application-based approach and feature clarified explanations, enhanced readability, a focus on the most relevant and practical information, and new topics such as energy expenditure calculations, water balance, cirrhosis complications, diet plans for diabetes, and more.
- NEW! Updated Nutrition and Physical Fitness chapter written by sport dietitian Kary Woodruff reflects the latest research in the field, including new questionnaires used for exercise readiness, current recommendations for energy needs, and nutritional considerations for athletic performance.
- NEW! Updated Weight Management chapter written by certified adult weight management dietitian Theresa Dvorak reflects the latest research in the field, including the role of genetics, disordered eating, treatments for obesity, and more.
PART 1: Introduction to Basic Principles of Nutrition Science
1. Food, Nutrition, and Health
5. Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism
6. Energy Balance
9. Water Balance
PART 2: Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle
10. Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation
11. Nutrition During Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence
12. Nutrition for Adults: The Early, Middle, and Later Years
PART 3: Community Nutrition and Health Care
13. Community Food Supply and Health
14. Food Habits and Cultural Patterns
15. Weight Management
16. Nutrition and Physical Fitness
PART 4: Clinical Nutrition
17. Nutritional Care
18. Gastrointestinal and Accessory Organ Problems
19. Coronary Heart Disease and Hypertension
20. Diabetes Mellitus
21. Kidney Disease
22. Surgery and Nutritional Support
23. Nutritional Support in Cancer and AIDS
Staci Nix McIntosh, MS, RD, CD, Assistant Professor, Division of Nutrition, College of Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT