4 edition of Functional foods for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases found in the catalog.
Functional foods for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases
|Other titles||Functional foods for cardiovascular diseases.|
|Statement||[edited by Danik M. Martirosyan and Nicholas P. Yensen].|
|Contributions||Martirosyan, Danik M., Yensen, Nicholas P.|
|LC Classifications||RC684.D5 F87 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||2007271330|
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are leading global health problems. Accumulating epidemiological studies have indicated that consuming fruits was inversely related to the risk of CVDs. Moreover, substantial experimental studies have supported the protective role of fruits against CVDs, and several fruits (grape, blueberry, pomegranate, apple, hawthorn, and avocado) have been widely studied and Cited by: Superfoods and functional foods are receiving increasing attention because of their important roles in health. This book focuses on the production of superfoods and functional foods and their role as medicine. In the early chapters, prominent researchers introduce the roles and production of microalgae and functional fruits through metabolic engineering, the use of food waste, and effective Cited by: 4.
This Book Represents Collections Of Selected Reviews, Experimental And Clinical Results On Modern Approaches In The Prevention And Treatment Of Chronic Diseases Such As Cardiovascular, Cancer, Diabetes And Obesity By Using The Newest Achievements In Herbal Remedies, Food Additives And Non-Traditional Plants. It Not Only Introduces New Functional Foods, But Also Shows The . Cardiovascular disease, any of the diseases, whether congenital or acquired, of the heart and blood vessels. Cardiovascular diseases are a major cause of health problems and death in countries worldwide. Learn more about the different types of cardiovascular diseases, their causes, and their treatment.
A prospective study carried out in Japan showed that the high consumption of isoflavones was associated with reduced risk of cerebral and myocardial infarctions in women, mainly in postmenopausal women, suggesting that the consumption of dietary isoflavones may be beneficial for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases (Kokubo et al., ).Cited by: 3. Title:Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases with Anti-Inflammatory and Anti- Oxidant Nutraceuticals and Herbal Products: An Overview of Pre-Clinical and Clinical Studies VOLUME: 12 ISSUE: 2 Author(s):Sajal Jain, Harpal S. Buttar, Meena Chintameneni and Ginpreet Kaur* Affiliation:Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy and Technology Management, SVKM Cited by: 2.
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Functional Foods in Cancer Prevention and Therapy presents the wide range of functional foods associated with the prevention and treatment of cancer.
In recent decades, researchers have made progress in our understanding of the association between functional food and cancer, especially as it relates to cancer treatment and prevention.
In this book, you will discover:The role of nutrition in the occurrence of cardiovascular functional and dietary products for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases are developed and utilized.A host of phyto-products and biologically active substances in the treatment of cardiovascular disorders.A description and.
Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases presents many articles written by many different scientists from around the world in relation to managing, treating, and preventing various illnesses. I liked this book especially because the diseases discussed are very relevant in today's world.5/5(7).
Abstract Functional foods contain bioactive compounds which are endowed with remarkable biologically significant properties. These compounds have corrective and preventive potential for diseases affecting cardiovascular system, endocrine system, nervous system, alimentary canal by virtue of their capability to influence bio-macromolecules in the : Anil Gupta.
This book reviews functional foods for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases from multidisciplinary perspective. The report stresses the urgency of modern society to deal with chronic diseases and the need for the creation of functional foods on the basis of natural plant-derived : This book gives a detailed overview of functional foods (FF) and bioactive compounds, and defines their role in the prevention and management of diseases.
FF can modulate specific immune functions, and have the potential to improve the state of health and the risk of disease, so that they can lessen health care expenditures that have 5/5(12). Functional Foods for Cardiovascular Diseases, Volume 1, Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases, Volume 3, Advances in the Lastly, the compilation of this book Functional Food for Chronic Diseases, Volume 5 was a team effort and I would like to send.
Roles of Nutraceuticals and Functional Food in Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: Sustaining Health: /ch The chapter provides an overview of cardiovascular disease, a major cause of mortality worldwide.
It relates economic and social impacts to the diseaseAuthor: Shahrul Bariyah Hamid, Auni Fatin Abd Hamid. Research supporting the beneficial properties of functional foods to combat cancers, coronary heart disease (CHD), diabetes, high blood pressure, inflammation, microbial, viral and parasitic infections, psychotic diseases, spasmodic disorders, ulcers, etc.
is based on chemical mechanisms using in vitro and cell-culture systems, various disease states in animals, and epidemiology of humans. Foods and Dietary Supplements in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease in Older Adults focuses on the ways in which food and dietary supplements affect the major health problems of aging adults.
Researchers in nutrition, diet, epidemiology, and aging studies, as well as healthcare providers who work with elderly patients will use this comprehensive resource as a tool in their long-term goal. Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease is an essential part of the tool chest for clinical nutritionists, physicians, nurse practitioners, and dieticians in this new era of practice.
This book prepares the clinical nutrition investigator or practitioner for a life-long commitment to learning. Over 70 articles in print, 17 book chapters, 68 reviewed articles in scientific magazines and books, 5 published books: Books: 1.
Danik M. Martirosyan and Nicholas P. Yensen. Functional Foods for the Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases. Dallas, D&A Inc.,pages: (ISBN: 2. Danik M. Martirosyan. ABSTRACT.
Functional foods can be considered to be those whole, fortified, enriched or enhanced foods that provide health benefits beyond the provision of essential nutrients (e.g., vitamins and minerals), when they are consumed at efficacious levels as part of a varied diet on a regular by: Functional Foods, Nutraceuticals and Degenerative Disease Prevention is a compilation of different segments of functional foods and nutraceuticals focusing on their mechanism of action in the human body leading to disease prevention.
Numerous chapters deal with different functional foods in terms of their efficacy, highlighting the mechanism of action of their ingredients. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Premier reference source." Description: 1 online resource. Contents: Nutraceutical intervention of phytosterols in cardiovascular ageing: phytosterols in cardiovascular ageing / Charu Gupta, Dhan Prakash, Sneh Gupta --Nutraceutical and functional foods in disease prevention: functional foods in the prevention of obesity / Suraj.
Functional food and diabetes 3. Functional food and neurological diseases 4. Functional food and cardiovascular diseases 5. Functional foods and cancer 6. Functional foods/nutraceuticals and cancer 7. The main goal of the conference is to bring together experts in medicine, biology and food industry to discuss the contribution of functional foods in the prevention and treatment of diabetes and its related complications such as cardiovascular diseases, obesity and other : Capa Comum.
Book Functional Foods for Cardiovascular Diseases. Dallas, USA; pp. – ALLHAT Officers and Coordinators for the ALLHAT Collaborative Research Group Major outcomes in high-risk hypertensive patients randomized to angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor or calcium channel blocker vs.
diuretic: the Hypertensive and Lipid-Lowering. 3. Functional Foods. Functional foods are similar in appearance to conventional foods; the former being consumed as part of the normal diet. In contrast to conventional foods, functional foods, however, have demonstrated physiological benefits and can reduce the risk of chronic disease beyond basic nutritional functions, including maintenance of gut health .Cited by: The Impact of Nutrition and Statins on Cardiovascular Diseases presents a summary of the background information and published research on the role of food in inhibiting the development of cardiovascular n from a food science, food chemistry, and food biochemistry perspective, the book provides insights on the origin of cardiovascular diseases, an analysis of statin therapy.
Functional Foods for Chronic Diseases – First Edition The Effects of Functional Food and Bioactive Compounds on Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Diseases Antonios E. Koutelidakis and.Violi F, Cangemi R, Loffredo L. Vitamin E and other antioxidants in the prevention of cardiovascular disease.
In: Arnoldi A, editor. Functional Foods, Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes. Boca Raton: CRC Press; pp. 77– [Google Scholar]Cited by: Recently, it has been highlighted that the consumption of functional food and food supplements can contribute greatly in the management of age-related diseases such as Parkinson's disease (PD) .