Evidence-Based Nutrition and Clinical Evidence of Bioactive Foods in Human Health and Disease

Evidence-Based Nutrition and Clinical Evidence of Bioactive Foods in Human Health and Disease

1st Edition - July 8, 2021
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  • Author: Asim Duttaroy
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128224052
  • eBook ISBN: 9780128221945

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Description

Evidence-Based Nutrition and Clinical Evidence of Bioactive Foods in Human Health and Disease explores a wide range of studies from clinical investigations to mechanistic research, covering the actions of bioactives on specific tissues and cells in intestinal, neurological, immunological and cardiovascular health and disease, including cancers. The book also focuses on metabolism, mechanisms of actions, tissue-specific effects, and the structure–function relationships between clinical trial, ex vivo and in vitro data. Written for nutrition researchers, clinical researchers, dieticians, and others working in and studying health-related fields, this book highlights the concepts surrounding the preventive and therapeutic impacts of bioactive foods.

Key Features

  • Presents information on the prevention of disease using bioactive compounds
  • Consolidates the research outcome from a variety of sources on specific bioactive foods
  • Contains coverage of bioactive lipids and lipid mediators, bioactive phytochemicals, probiotics, bioactive proteins, peptides, polysaccharides, fibers and sphingolipids

Readership

Nutrition researchers, dieticians, and others working in and studying health-related fields

Table of Contents

  • 1. Preface
    2. Bioactive Lipids and their metabolism, function, and sources
    3. Bioactive Lipids and their impacts on epigenetics
    4. Bioactive Lipids in cancers
    5. Bioactive Lipids in Immune cells function and immune disorders
    6. Bioactive lipids in metabolic syndromes, and hemostatic factors and fibrinolysis
    7. Bioactive lipids and brain function: From their mechanistic roles to clinical trials
    8. Bioactive lipids on platelet function and platelet-vessel wall Interactions
    9. Polysaccharide on diabetes, obesity and other CVD risk factors
    10. Polysaccharides on the gut microbiome and epigenome
    11. Polysaccharides and their bioactivity and biomedical applications
    12. Polysaccharides and immune function
    13. Polysaccharides on metabolic syndromes and dyslipidemia
    14. Polysaccharides and Cancer
    15. Polyphenols and their antioxidant and non-antioxidant effects in health and disease
    16. Polyphenols in neuroprotection and brain disorders
    17. Polyphenols and their impacts on the host epigenome and the gut microbiome
    18. Polyphenols and cancer
    19. Polyphenols and their effects on metabolic syndromes and other CVD risk factors
    20. Gut microbiota on human health and disease
    21. Gut microbiota and lipid metabolism and metabolic syndrome
    22. Gut Microbiota and their effects on atherosclerosis, platelet function, and hypertension
    23. Gut microbiota and the immune system and inflammation
    24. Gut microbiota and brain function and pathophysiology
    25. Gut microbiota and obesity and the body weight regulation
    26. Gut microbiota and hypertension, diabetes, and other cardiovascular risk factors
    27. Bioactive peptides and proteins on hypertension and endothelium function
    28. Bioactive alkaloids
    29. Health effects of terpenes
    30. Clinical use of Curcumin
    31. Sources and bioactivity of volatile compounds of fruits and vegetable
    32. Cardioprotective properties of water-soluble compounds of Tomato

Product details

  • No. of pages: 472
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2021
  • Published: July 8, 2021
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128224052
  • eBook ISBN: 9780128221945

About the Author

Asim Duttaroy

Dr. Asim K. Duttaroy is a professor at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway. His research programs focus on the roles of food components on growth and development, as well as in the prevention of diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. He is also investigating the roles of the antiplatelet and antihypertensive properties of fruits and vegetables. His discoveries of antithrombotic factors in tomatoes and kiwifruits are patented internationally, and three companies (Provexis Limited in the United Kingdom, IDIA AS in Norway, and Genimen Pharmacon in India) are working to commercialize these discoveries. He has published over 265 original contributions and reviews, 6 books, and several book chapters and editorials, and he is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Food & Nutrition Research, as well as a guest editor of several journals such as Nutrients and Frontiers in Physiology.

Affiliations and Expertise

Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway