Contemporary Nutrition issues and insights by Gordon M. Wardlaw

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Synopsis

This book is organized into six parts that reflect the major topics typically covered in an introduction to the study of nutrition: Part One Nutrition: A Key To Health; Part Two The Energy-Yielding Nutrients and Alcohol; Part Three Vitamins and Minerals; Part Four Energy: Balance and Imbalance; Part Five Nutrition: A focus on Life Stages; Part Six Nutrition: Beyond the Nutrients. The Table of Contents also reflects the inclusion of two chapters not typically found in introductory textbooks: Chapter 7, Alcohol and Chapter 12, Eating Disorders. The expanded discussion of these topics is the result of feedback from instructors who felt it was important to provide their students with a thorough, balanced discussion of these relevant topics.
 

About Gordon M. Wardlaw

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Gordon M. Wardlaw, Ph.D., has taught introductory nutrition courses to students in the Department of Human Nutrition at The Ohio State University, and at other colleges and universities. Dr. Wardlaw is the author of many articles that have appeared in prominent nutrition, biology, physiology, and biochemistry journals and was the 1985 recipient of the American Dietetic Association's Mary P. Huddleson Award. Dr. Wardlaw is a member of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences and is certified as a Specialist in Human Nutrition by the American Board of Nutrition. Dr. Wardlaw is currently retired from academia.
 
Published December 1, 1996 by Mcgraw-Hill College. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction