Nutrition B Slides 01.30

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Unformatted text preview: laxseed Reduces risk of heart disease and certain cancers; reduces triglycerides; increases blood-glucose control None Nuts Reduces risk of heart disease None Enriched foods Grains Reduces risk of certain cancers, heart disease, and nutrient deficiencies May reduce the risk of some cancers; May reduce the risk of heart disease Juices with calcium Reduces risk of osteoporosis, reduces hypertension Helps maintain healthy bones and may reduce risk of osteoporosis Grains with folic acid Reduces risk of heart disease and neural tube birth defects May reduce risk of brain and spinal cord birth defects Infant formulas with iron Reduces risk of iron deficiency None Grains with added fiber Reduces risk of certain cancers and heart disease; reduces cholesterol and constipation; increases blood-glucose control May reduce the risk of some cancers; May reduce the risk of heart disease Fortified foods Milk with vitamin Reduces risk of osteomalacia and D osteoporosis Helps maintain healthy bones and may reduce risk of osteoporosis Juices with added fiber May reduce risk of some cancers Reduces risk of certain cancers and heart disease; reduces cholesterol, hypertension, and constipation Enhanced foods Dairy products with probiotics Reduces risk of colon cancer and candidal vaginitis; controls inflammation; treatment of respiratory allergies, diarrheal disorders, and eczema Structure/function claim Beverages and salad dressings with antioxidants May support overall health Structure/function claim Foods and beverages containing herbal preparations Varies with ingredients Structure/function claim Sports bars Varies with ingredients Structure/function claim Spreads with stanol esters Reduces cholesterol Structure/function claim Foods containing sugar alcohols in place of sugar Reduces risk of tooth decay May reduce risk of tooth decay Eggs with omega-3 fatty acids Reduces risk of heart disease Structure/function claim Prebiotics and Probiotics Prebiotics Prebiotics - non-digestible carbohydrates broken down by colon bacteria broken – Breakdown products foster good bacteria Probiotics - live, beneficial bacteria found in fermented foods in Common in Japan and Europe Final Thoughts Final Dietary ingredients industry is expanding Knowledge of benefits of pre- and pro- biotics is advancing Current ideas about phytochemicals mesh Current with these concepts, and may put many potential “super” foods into main stream markets markets Helpful and Credible Websites on Supplementation Helpful National Institutes of Health – http://dietary-supplements.info.nih.gov – http://ods.od.nih.gov/index.aspx (Office of Dietary Supplements) – www.nccam.nih.gov (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine) Medline Plus Medline www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/herb www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/herb FDA www.cfsan.fda.gov FDA www.cfsan.fda.gov Dietary Supplement Information Bureau Dietary www.supplementinfo.org www.supplementinfo.org Mayo Clinic www.mayoclinic.org Mayo www.mayoclinic.org WebMD http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ WebMD http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ Tufts Nutrition Navigator www.navigator.tufts.edu Tufts www.navigator.tufts.edu Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database – www.naturaldatabase.com/ Consumer Labs Consumer www.consumerlab.com www.consumerlab.com...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2014 for the course NURS 231B taught by Professor Jamiepope during the Spring '12 term at Vanderbilt.

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