Best Reference Books – Community Nutrition and Nutritional Deficiency

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Community Nutrition and Nutritional Deficiency subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Community Nutrition and Nutritional Deficiency along with reviews.

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1. “Cooking for Life: A Guide to Nutrition and Food Safety for the HIV-Positive Community” by Donald P Kotler and Robert H Lehmann

“Cooking for Life: A Guide to Nutrition and Food Safety for the HIV-Positive Community” Book review: The book is suitable for people with HIV or AIDS, their friends, families and healthcare professionals, this book is the bible on nutrition and food safety information that can considerably lengthen and improve the quality of many lives. The book mainly focuses on nutrition and contains a manual for food safety. The book offers a sound nutritional model for sustaining and improving quality of life for HIV positive men and women. The book explains food poisoning and how it is highly dangerous for HIV. The cooking for life manual consists of all information a reader might need to sustain a healthy and fit life. The book also teaches how to maintain immune system and body mass. The book contains real life cooking experiments for a health and safety life through diet. The book is a bible for the HIV community.

2. “The New Public Health” by Theodore H. Tulchinsky and Elena A Varavikova

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“The New Public Health” Book review: The book is suitable for Upper level undergraduate and graduate students taking a public health course, professionals seeking a comprehensive reference in public health related. The book mainly focuses on public health which includes bacteria and immunology. The book begins with the history of public health and measuring, monitoring and evaluating public health. It also includes changes in infectious and chronic disease. The book covers all chapters like H1N1, pandemic threats, disease eradication and mainly nutritional health. The book also covers public health law and ethics and scientific health technology advancements. The book describes global health development and international health goals too. The book also covers communicable and non communicable diseases.

3. “Community Nutrition” by Nweze Nnakwe

“Community Nutrition” Book review: The book is designed to provide the students with knowledge of fundamentals in community nutrition in a way that will help the learners to comprehend and develop in-depth knowledge in public health and nutrition. The book includes 8 chapters. It begins with introduction to community introduction and assessment of nutritional health. The book also covers nutritional monitoring and surveillance. It also describes nutrition security and malnutrition disorders. Agencies and organizations to combat malnutrition and their efforts are included in the book. In short, the book covers all nutrition related health, disorders and security education to the reader. The book also contains questions and appendix of nutrition related terms.

4. “Community Nutrition: Applying Epidemiology To Contemporary Practice” by Gail C Frank

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“Community Nutrition: Applying Epidemiology To Contemporary Practice” Book review: The book presents community nutrition as a collaboration between the nutritional needs of a society and the practice of the profession and explains the difference that gaps the bridge between practical and learning. The book contains 17 chapters in 3 parts. The 1st part includes Nutrition in US communities. The chapters covered in this part are nutrition in US, epidemiology and community nutrition professional. The part also includes practical learning of working with special groups in a complex environment. The book includes nutritional policy, healthcare reform and population based exchange. The 2nd part is primary prevention of diseases. The chapters included in primary diseases are food borne diseases, healthy eating in early life and nutrition in school age. It also includes adult nutrition food. The 3rd part is the secondary and tertiary prevention diseases. It includes coronary heart diseases, cancer, diabetes, hypertension, obesity etc.

5. “Fundamentals of Human Nutrition: for Students and Practitioners in the Health Sciences” by Catherine Geissler

“Fundamentals of Human Nutrition: for Students and Practitioners in the Health Sciences” Book review: The book is designed for Students and practitioners of nursing, pharmacy, sports science, dentistry and other allied health professions, as well as the interested lay person, will benefit from its easy-to-follow, concise approach. The book explains nutritional health and health sciences. The book begins with introduction to human nutrition. The book includes body composition and energy balance. It also explains the benefits of food consumption and dietary components. It also includes the diet life cycle and the diseases associated with bad diet. The book also explains gastrointestinal effects of bad diet. The book also covers how diet can help sports exercise and vice versa. The importance of nutritional health and diet is explained in the book.

6. “Nutritional Strategies and Agricultural Change in a Mexican Community” by Kathleen Musante De Walt

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“Nutritional Strategies and Agricultural Change in a Mexican Community” Book review: The book mainly describes Agriculture in the mexican community and how the nutrition strategies have helped the community grow. The book also includes nutrition qualities that help individuals grow with a good, planned diet in order to bring about agricultural change in the mexican community. The book explains nutritional health and health sciences. The book begins with introduction to human nutrition. The book includes body composition and energy balance. It also explains the benefits of food consumption and dietary components. The book describes global health development and international health goals too. The book also covers communicable and non communicable diseases.

7. “Nutrition and Healthy Aging in the Community: Workshop Summary” by Food and Nutrition Board and Institute of Medicine

“Nutrition and Healthy Aging in the Community: Workshop Summary” Book review : The book includes the roles nutrition play in healthy aging, the IOM (Institute of Medicine) convened a public workshop to illuminate issues related to community-based delivery of nutrition services for older adults and to identify nutrition interventions and model programs. The book promotes successful transitions from acute, subacute, and chronic care to home and health and independent living in the community, as well as to highlight needed research priorities. The book includes 6 chapters and appendix for nutritional terms. The book begins with introduction to nutrition and its purpose. It includes the nutrition concern and security, traditional care and concern etc. The book also covers education in nutrition environment and nutrition for older adults.

8. “Community Nutritional Assessment: With Special Reference to Less Technically Developed Countries” by Derrick B Jelliffe

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“Community Nutritional Assessment: With Special Reference to Less Technically Developed Countries” Book review: The book is designed for those working to improve community nutrition in less technically developed countries. It is also suitable for students who want to take an assessment in nutritional health. The book includes clinical and internal health. It also includes health systems and services. The book also covers public health and preventive medicine. It covers the diet lessons for individuals at early age and as adults too. The book covers recent developments and techniques, as well as long-established practices. Innovations include the influence of epidemiology, anthropology, and economics. The book includes body composition and energy balance. It also explains the benefits of food consumption and dietary components.

9. “Nutritional Support: A Team Approach” by Stephen Taylor and Susan Goodinson-McLaren

“Nutritional Support: A Team Approach” Book review: This book presents nutritional support as an essential component of team health care essential in that selected patients require nutritional support to main life, enhance recovery and promote health. The book is divided into three sections. The first lays the foundations of nutritional support in a discussion of teamwork, nutrition and malnutrition, nutritional assessment, and a selection of patients for enteral, parenteral or home feeding and nutritional requirements. The second and third sections deal with delivering enteral or parenteral nutrition respectively. This includes discussion of choice feeding routes, equipment, feed solutions, feed regimens, the practice of feeding and treatment and prevention of complications. The book mainly covers practical solutions in the world related to nutrition and supports the terminology with practical considerations.

10. “Nutritional Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants” by W F Bennett

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“Nutritional Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants” Book review: The book discusses the role of essential nutrients in relation to nearly two dozen crops. The book includes nutritional deficiencies and toxicities in almost 32 crop plants and provides support on how to main nutritional elements in it. The book explains the different crop disease and how to recover from it which includes the tomato disease. Crop plants like peanuts, corn, rice, sorghum, wheat and other small grains, sugarcane, sugar beet, soybeans, cotton, cucurbits, onions, tomato, common bean, potato, apples and pears, citrus, peaches and nectarines, grapes, and turfgrass are included in the book. It explains the role of essential nutrients that are required by crop plants.

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