A Framework for Assessing Effects of the Food System
by M.C. Nesheim, M. Oria, P.T. Yih (eds.)
Publisher: National Academies Press 2015
Number of pages: 445
The book develops an analytical framework for assessing effects associated with the ways in which food is grown, processed, distributed, marketed, retailed, and consumed in the United States. The framework will allow users to recognize effects across the full food system, consider all domains and dimensions of effects, account for systems dynamics and complexities, and choose appropriate methods for analysis.
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The contributions presented here provide an updated systematic overview examining, in detail, the functional role of different diets and dietary components in maintaining glucose homeostasis and preventing long-term complications.
by David F. Marks - Smashwords
Two billion people are overweight or living with obesity. David F Marks proposes a powerful new explanation of the obesity epidemic. The theory focuses on a universal feature of living beings, homeostasis, and the potential for its disruption.
- National Academies Press
The authors review current knowledge on the relationship between the brain and eating behavior, explore the interaction between the brain and digestive system, and consider what is known about the brain's role in eating patterns and consumer choice.
The aim of this textbook is to provide an open, trustworthy educational resource on international human nutrition. This wikibook is part of the UF Food Science and Human Nutrition Department course, Fundamentals of Human Nutrition.