Lipids in Health and Nutrition
Elsevier, 1 de gen. 1999 - 156 pàgines
Lipids have a variety of functions in the human body which have increasingly been under the spotlight in recent years. A multidisciplinary book, Lipids in health and nutrition addresses the chemical, biochemical and physiological aspects of these widely occurring compounds. International experts combine to present research on a variety of topics, including advanced analytical techniques; the role of flavonoids in diet: possible links between dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit disorder and the metabolism of fatty acids; the influence of dietary fatty acids in coronary heart disease; and lipids and obesity.
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Chapter 2 Studying Lipid Metabolism Using Stable Isotopes
Chapter 3 Trans Unsaturated Fat in Health and Disease
Chapter 4 Antioxidant Properties of Flavonols
Chapter 5 Dietary Fatty Acids Postprandial Lipaemia and Coronary Heart Disease
Chgapter 6 Lipids and Obesity
A Dietary Factor Essential for Individuals with Dyslexia Attention Deficit Disorder and Dyspraxia?
Chapter 8 The Potential for Prostaglandin Pharmaceuticals
Chapter 9 The Importance of Mycobacterial Lipids
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