Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition
- Coverage Dates: 1999
- Update Frequency: Annual
- Audience: Student, research
- The Encyclopedia of Human Nutrition presents the physiological aspects of nutrient and energy requirements by different population groups; measurement of dietary intake and nutritional status; nutrient composition of the main food groups; associations between diet, lifestyle and disease; clinical applications of nutrition to improve health; topical issues relating to the food processing industry; influences on food choice and eating behaviour; nutritional guidelines and public health policies in both developed and developing countries; international aspects of food labelling, and a range of related topics in between these key subject areas. This edition updates the Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition.
A list of 'Further Reading' at the end of each entry, includes review articles and key papers. A cross-referencing 'Related Topics' section directs the reader to other entries within the encyclopedia which contain additional information.
Access: On campus and remote
Database provider: Elsevier
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