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"Food, Nutrition and the Nitric Oxide Pathway"_Nutritional Epidemiology_Milkowski & Coughlin 2009

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Chapter 8: Milkowski and Coughlin, "Nutritional Epidemiology"

Chapter 8: Milkowski and Coughlin, "Nutritional Epidemiology"

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  • 1. IAL SPEC ation ublic The first book to analyze effects of Pre-P ER. . . OFF % food and nutrients on changes in the E 20 SAV RDER nitric oxide pathway with O M FOR Food, Nutrition and the Nitric Oxide Pathway Biochemistry and Bioactivity Edited by: Nathan S. Bryan, Ph.D. University of Texas, Houston Publication Details: ISBN: 978-1-932078-84-8, September 2009 238 pages, 6x9, hardcover Price: $149.50 ■ Original work on diet and disease ■ Shows novel ties between foods and NO enhancement ■ Offers evidence-based nutritional interventions ■ Practical source for specialists investigating food and healthThis book provides a scientific analysis of the effects of foods and nutrients on the NOpathway in humans. Contributors to the book clarify novel chemical and biochemicalconnections between dietary intake and nitric oxide, particularly in cases of NO defi-ciency. In this context, the book addresses how specific foods can restore nitric oxideproduction and bioactivity—without medical interventions. A variety of evidential data ispresented showing how NO-rich dietary elements are implicated in disease preventionand modulation. The book offers new knowledge for food technologists, food manufac-turers, nutrition researchers, and healthcare practitioners. From the Foreword by Louis J. Ignarro, Nobel Laureate in Physiology/Medicine "The body of work contained in this volume, linking NO to food and nutrition, may have revolu- tionary implications in terms of developing strategies to combat heart disease and many other contemporary diseases associated with NO deficiency. Proving that a natural and inexpensive regi- men of foods rich in nitric oxide activity does restore NO homeostasis can have profound effects on human health…The research presented in this text provides an important expansion of NO work…(and) Dr. Nathan Bryan, the editor…is to be congratulated for…communicating new knowl- edge and assembling the worlds experts in their fields." Contents, About the Editor and Order Form on reverse 439 North Duke Street ■ Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, U.S.A. Toll Free 1-866-401-4337 ■ Tel. 717-290-1660 ■ Fax: 717-509-6100 Note: This book will be available September 2009. Please check our website at that time for more information and ordering. For other Food Science Products VISIT our website at www.destechpub.com
  • 2. IAL SPEC ation b lic TABLE OF CONTENTS Pre-Pu ER. . . O FF NOTE: Subheads for each chapter will be listed on website % E 20 SAV RDER Foreword by Louis J. Ignarro w it h O M F OR Preface Acknowledgements 1. What Is Nitric Oxide? Nathan S. Bryan and Ferid Murad 2. Mechanisms and Physiological Implications for Nitric Oxide Insufficiency Matthew B. Grisham and Nathan S. Bryan 3. The Nitrate-Nitrite-Nitric Oxide Pathway Jon O. Lundberg and Eddie Weitzberg 4. Dietary Nitrates and Nitrites: The Physiological Context for Potential Health Benefits Nathan S. Bryan and Norman G. Hord Publication Details: 5. Nitrite and Nitrate in the Meat Industry 978-1-932078-84-8 Randy Huffman and Nathan S. Bryan September 2009 6. Physiological Effects and Mechanism of Action of Nitrite and Nitrate in Human Physiology 238 Pages Sruti Shiva and Mark T. Gladwin 6x9, Hardcover Price: $149.50 7. Polyphenols and Flavanols as Modulators of NO Activity Tienush Rassaf and Malte Kelm 8. Nutritional Epidemiology ENDORSED BY: Andrew L. Milkowski and James R. Coughlin 9. Regulations Gone Awry: Addressing Public Health Concerns Nathan S. Bryan and Norman G. Hord 10. Diet and Endothelium: Two Systems, Redundant Functions Nathan S. Bryan and Norman G. Hord 11. Nutrition and General Health Samuel Grief and Brazos Minshew 12. Paradigm Shift: From Toxic Food Additive to Indispensable Nutrient Nathan S. Bryan Index About the Editor In 2006 Dr. Nathan S. Bryan joined the Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston and is a faculty member of the Department of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the UT Houston Medical School. He is an active member of the Nitric Oxide Society, Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine and the American Heart Association. ORDER FORM Please note: All orders must be paid in advance by credit card or check. You can fax or mail this form or call toll-free 1-866-401-4337. Delivery Information: U.S.: Orders are shipped via UPS ground. All Other Countries: Orders shipped via U.S. International Airmail. Food, Nutrition and the Shipping Cost: U.S.: One copy $10.00; additional copies $2.50 per copy to the same address. Canada: Shipping and handling charges for one copy $15.00; additional copies $5.00 per copy to the same address. Outside U.S. and Canada: Shipping and handling charges for one Nitric Oxide Pathway copy $25.00; additional copies $10.00 per copy to the same address.Name ________________________________________________ Country________________________________________________Organization___________________________________________ Phone___________________ E-mail ________________________Street Address_________________________________________ ______ number of copies @ $119.60 per copy _________City/State/Province/Zip __________________________________ + S & H _________Check enclosed (made payable to DEStech Publications) Total _________    Exp. Date Signature 439 North Duke Street ■ Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, U.S.A. Toll Free 1-866-401-4337 ■ Tel. 717-290-1660 ■ Fax: 717-509-6100 ■ www.destechpub.com

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