ISBN 9780070146211,Nutrition And Dietetics With Indian Case Studies

Nutrition And Dietetics With Indian Case Studies



Tata Mcgraw Hill

Publication Year 2009

ISBN 9780070146211

ISBN-10 0070146217

Paper Back

Edition 3rd
Language (English)

Dietetics & nutrition

Nutrition And Dietetics With Indian Case Studies is a restructured and revised edition, which provides the latest information on the subject of food and nutrition. The book is enriched with case studies, new topics, and pedagogy. Students can have an unparalleled learning experience through this book.

The 3rd edition contains many new features. Firstly, Joshi has provided a new chapter on nutrition for individuals with HIV/AIDS. Secondly, there is updated information on various biomedical and nutritional topics such as the Food Pyramid, Phyto-chemicals, Glycemic Index, Anorexia, Bulemia, Parkinson's Disease, Probiotics, Neurological Disorders, ISPEN, Parental Nutrition, and Nutraceuticals. Lastly, many of the case studies in the text portray an Indian scenario.

Nutrition And Dietetics With Indian Case Studies is organized into 21 chapters. Some of the topics covered are Menu Planning, Diet for Individuals with Diabetes, Food Safety, and Malnutrition. To help students retain the material, Joshi has included over 175 review questions and 200 tables and figures. There are even many sample questions for students who want to write the dietitian examination for the Indian Dietetic Association. At the end of the text, detailed appendices provide information on Sports Nutrition ICMR Data, Statistics on Malnutrition, and Standard Measures and Weights.

Nutrition And Dietetics With Indian Case Studies was published in 2009.

About Shubhangini A. Joshi

Shubhangini A. Joshi is an author and teacher at the Department of Food Technology, at SNDT Women's University in Mumbai.

She completed her postgraduate diploma in Education Management and postgraduate degree in Foods and Nutrition, both from SNDT Women's University. Joshi is also involved in community development initiatives which promote female empowerment and women's self employment. She has also served on the Senate of SNDT Women's University. Joshi has written several articles on the subject of food and nutrition for various magazines such as Grahak. Joshi has also interviewed doctors for All India Radio.