Table of contents for Preventive nutrition : the comprehensive guide for health professionals / edited by Adrianne Bendich and Richard J. Deckelbaum ; foreword by Alfred Sommer.

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Series Editor's Introduction	
	 I Preventive Nutrition Overview
	1	Preventive Nutrition: A Historic Perspective 
and Future Economic Outlook	
Nancy D. Ernst and J. Michael McGinnis
	 II Cancer Prevention
	2	Prevention of Cancers of the Esophagus and Stomach	
Elizabeth T. H. Fontham and L. Joseph Su
	3	Nonnutritive Components in Foods as Modifiers 
of the Cancer Process	
Keith W. Singletary, Steven J. T. Jackson, 
and John A. Milner
	4	Dietary Supplements and Cancer Risk: Epidemiologic 
Research and Recommendations 	
Marion L. Neuhouser, Ruth E. Patterson, Alan R. Krystal, 
and Emily White
	5	Soy Consumption and Cancer Prevention: 
A Critical Review 	
Jin-Rong Zhou and John W. Erdman, Jr.
	6	Tomato, Lycopene, and Prostate Cancer 	
Jessica K. Campbell and John W. Erdman, Jr.
	 III Cardiovascular Disease Prevention	
	7	Iron and Heart Disease: A Review of the Epidemiological 
Christopher T. Sempos, Richard F. Gillum, and Anne C. Looker
	8	Homocysteine, Folic Acid, and Cardiovascular Disease Risk	
Shirley A. A. Beresford and Arno G. Motulsky
	9	n-3 Fatty Acids from Fish and Plants: Primary and Secondary 
Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease 	
William E. Connor and Sonja L. Connor
	10	Antioxidant Vitamin Supplementation 
and Cardiovascular Disease	 
Howard N. Hodis, Wendy J. Mack, and Alex Sevanian
	 IV Diabetes and Obesity 
	11	Health Effects of Trans Fatty Acids	
Ronald P. Mensink and Susanne H. F. Vermunt 
	12	Obesity and Insulin Resistance in Childhood 
and Adolescence 	
Erik Bergström and Olle Hernell
	13	Prevention of Pediatric Obesity: Examining the Issues 
and Forecasting Research Directions	
Myles S. Faith, Christina J. Calamaro, Angelo Pietrobelli, Meredith S. Dolan, 
David B. Allison, 
and Steven B. Heymsfield
	14	Can Childhood Obesity Be Prevented?: Preschool Nutrition 
and Obesity	
Christine L. Williams
	15	Obesity and Chronic Disease: Impact of Weight Reduction	
Henry I. Frier and H. L. Greene
	 V Bone Diseases
	16	Osteoarthritis: Role of Nutrition and Dietary Supplement 
Timothy E. McAlindon
	17	Calcium Requirements During Treatment of Osteoporosis 
in Women	
Richard Eastell
	18	Osteoporosis: Protein, Minerals, Vitamins, 
and Other Micronutrients	
Robert P. Heaney
	VI Prevention of Major Disabilities: Improvement in Health Outcomes
	19	Antioxidant Status and Risk for Cataract	
Mark Siegal, Chung-Jung Chiu, and Allen Taylor 
	20	Antioxidant, Nutrients, and Prevention 
of Oxidant-Mediated Diseases 	
Ronald Anderson
	21	Nutritional Supplements and Upper Respiratory Tract 
Illnesses in Young Children in the United States 	
Linda A. Linday
	22	Micronutrients and Immunity in Older People	
John D. Bogden and Donald B. Louria
	23	Vitamin A and the Prevention of Morbidity, Mortality, 
and Blindness	
Richard D. Semba
	 VII Optimal Pregnancy/Infancy Outcomes
	24	Folic Acid-Containing Multivitamins and Primary Prevention 
of Birth Defects	
Andrew E. Czeizel
	25	Maternal Nutrition and Preterm Delivery	
Theresa O. Scholl
	26	Dietary Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids for Optimal Neurodevelopment: Recommendations for 
Perinatal Nutrition	
Ricardo Uauy, Patricia Mena, Adolfo Llanos, 
and Patricio Peirano 
	27	Micronutrient Deficiencies and Maternal Thinness: 
First Chain in the Sequence of Nutritional and Health 
Events in Economic Crises	
Martin W. Bloem, Saskia de Pee, and Ian Darnton-Hill
	 VIII Preventive Nutrition: Global Perspectives
	28	Potential Benefits of Preventive Nutrition Strategies: 
Lessons for the United States	
Walter C. Willett
	29	Nutrition and Food Policy in Norway: Effects on Reduction 
of Coronary Heart Disease	
Kaare R. Norum, Gunn-Elin Aa. Bjorneboe, Arne Oshaug, 
Grete Botten, and Lars Johansson
	30	Prevention of Malnutrition in Chile	
Fernando Mönckeberg Barros
	31	Effect of Westernization of Nutritional Habits 
on Obesity Prevalence in Latin America: Analysis 
and Recommendations	
Jaime Rozowski, Oscar Castillo, and Manuel Moreno
	32	Effects of Western Diet on Risk Factors of Chronic 
Diseases in Asia	
Kaichi Kida, Koji Takemoto, Sei Won Yang, 
and Supawadee Likitmaskul 
	 IX. Critical Issues for the 21st Century	
	33	Alcohol: The Balancing Act 	
William E. M. Lands
	34	Influence of Medication on Nutritional Status	
Joseph I. Boulatta
	35	Health Claims for Foods and Dietary Supplements: 
Current and Emerging Policies	
Annette Dickinson
	36	Teaching Preventive Nutrition in Medical Schools	
Martin Kohlmeier and Steven H. Zeisel
	37	Preventive Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle: 
A Cost-Effective Approach to Improved Health	
Adrianne Bendich and Richard J. Deckelbaum

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Medicine, Preventive.
Nutritionally induced diseases -- Prevention.
Diet therapy.
Nutrition Therapy.
Nutritional Status.
Primary Prevention.