Best Reference Books – Human Growth and Nutrition

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

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1. “Nutrition and Growth (Human Nutrition)” by D B Jelliffe and E F P Jelliffe
2. “Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being” by Andrew Weil M D

“Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being” Book Review: This book is written for people looking for information about leading a healthy lifestyle. The author explains topics like learning to eat right, anti-inflammatory diet and many more in this book. Information about exercise, breathing and stress-management techniques are also included in this book. The author also talks about the science behind the aging process. It contains a glossary, an appendix summarizing the Anti-Inflammatory Diet and an appendix of additional resources.

3. “Run for Life: The Anti-Aging, Anti-Injury, Super-Fitness Plan to Keep You Running to 100” by Roy M Wallack

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“Run for Life: The Anti-Aging, Anti-Injury, Super-Fitness Plan to Keep You Running to 100” Book Review: This book is written for people looking for elaborate information about running and its health benefits. The author of this book tests new running methods, products, and fitness regimens in this book. He also talks to world’s top coaches, athletes, and researchers as he develops a science-backed, time-efficient strategy for long-term running fitness. This book also contains extensive oral-history interviews with people like Frank Shorter, Bill Rodgers, and Dr. Kenneth Cooper and many more.

4. “Recent Advances in Growth Research: Nutritional, Molecular and Endocrine Perspectives” by P D Gluckman and Mattthew W Gillman

“Recent Advances in Growth Research: Nutritional, Molecular and Endocrine Perspectives” Book Review: This book is written for pediatricians, clinical investigators and health workers. An international panel of experts addresses topics like nutrition and molecular and endocrine perspectives in this book. The first part of the book contains topics like genetic, epigenetic, molecular and nutritional determinants of intrauterine and postnatal growth. The second part of the book contains information about non-evolutionary changes which occurred in the recent past like changes in body size in utero, during infancy and childhood, and during adolescence and many more. The last part of the book addresses the question of which factors define healthy growth.

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5. “Statistical Analysis of Human Growth and Development” by Yin Bun Cheung

“Statistical Analysis of Human Growth and Development” Book Review: This book is written for anyone looking for information about human growth and development. The author provides information about how well a method addresses a specific scientific question and how to interpret and present the analytic results. It also contains a web page that contains Stata codes and macros for generating example data sets, a detrended Q-Q plot, and weighted maximum likelihood estimation of binary items. Topics like missing values, multiplicity problems, and multivariable regression are also covered. This book also contains two simulated data sets, numerous examples for better understanding.

6. “Human Growth: Volume 3 Neurobiology and Nutrition” by F Falkner
7. “Human Body Composition: Growth, Aging, Nutrition, and Activity” by Gilbert B Forbes
8. “Human Lactation 3: The Effects of Human Milk on the Recipient Infant” by A S Goldman and S A Atkinson
9. “The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health: Workshop Summary” by Institute of Medicine and Food and Nutrition Board

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“The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health: Workshop Summary” Book Review: This book is written for dieticians and researchers in this field. It is also useful to people looking for information about microbiome, diet and health. This book contains information about a public workshop convened by the food forum on February 22-23, 2012. The author of this book has included many themes covered in the workshop. Topics like the microbiome being an integral part to physiology, health, and disease and many more are covered in this book.

10. “Perspectives in Human Growth, Development and Maturation” by Parasmani Dasgupta and Roland Hauspie
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