Nutritional Toxicology V3 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123326034, 9780323160674

Nutritional Toxicology V3

1st Edition

Editors: John Hathcock
eBook ISBN: 9780323160674
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th April 1989
Page Count: 176
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Description

Nutritional Toxicology, Volume III is a compilation of reviews and research regarding nutrition and toxicology, specifically the issues that affect public health and regulation. This volume further develops understanding of the basic concepts significant to protect and promote public health and provide a credible scientific basis for public health and regulatory decisions.
Composed of seven chapters, this volume further extends the discussion of the topics included in Volume I and Volume II of this series. The first two chapters deal with the topic of food safety. The first one discusses safety of food packaging materials and their health implications. The second chapter tackles the relation between neurotoxicology and food safety assessment. The next section of this book includes more detailed discussion regarding proteins (amino acids), phosphorylated derivatives, and vitamin B6 interactions. The discussion of these topics generally covers their chemical aspects, metabolism, bioavailability, and distribution in foods. The last two chapters give recommendations regarding toxicological experiments and vitamin supplement. Chapter 6 presents considerations in the designing of standardized diets in toxicological experiments. Chapter 7 gives an analysis of the risk/benefit of vitamin supplements.
As with the other volumes, this book proves helpful to students, professionals, and researchers in the field of nutritional sciences, pharmacology, and biology.

Table of Contents


Contributors

Preface

Contents of Previous Volumes

1 Food Packaging Materials: Health Implications

I. Introduction

II. Current Trends in Packaging

III. Potential Migrants from Plastics

IV. Assessment of Dietary Exposure

V. Migrants of Potential Concern

VI. Regulatory Control Measures in Various Countries

VII. International Initiatives

References

2 Neurotoxicology and Food Safety Assessment

I. Introduction

II. Special Nature of the Nervous System: Overview of the Sites and Mechanisms of Neurotoxicity

III. Strategies for Evaluating Neurotoxicity of Foods

IV. Predicting Neurotoxicity: Illustrative Examples

V. Conclusions

References

3 Nutritional and Safety Implications of Oxidized Sulfur-Containing Amino Acids

I. Introduction

II. Chemistry, Occurrence, and Formation during Food Processing

III. Bioavailability

IV. Safety Implications of Oxidized Sulfur-Containing Amino Acids

References

4 Antinutritive Effects of Phytate and Other Phosphorylated Derivatives

I. Chemical Aspects

II. Distribution in Foods

III. Biological Effects

IV. Implications for Human Nutrition

V. Summary and Conclusions

References

5 Interactions of Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) and Xenobiotics

I. Introduction

II. Metabolism of Vitamin B6

III. Interaction of Vitamin B6 with Drugs

IV. Vitamin B6 and Environmental Toxicants

V. Vitamin B6 and Nutrients

VI. Concluding Remarks

References

6 Considerations in Designing and Using Standardized Diets in Toxicological Experiments

I. Introduction

II. General Considerations

III. Conclusions

References

7 Risk/Benefit Analysis for Vitamin Supplements

I. Introduction

II. Standard Types of Risk and Benefit

III. Quantitative/Statistical Aspects

IV. Risk/Benefit Evaluation of Vitamin A Intakes

V. Conclusions

References

Index






Details

No. of pages:
176
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1989
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323160674

About the Editor

John Hathcock