I. The Columbus Concept: Scope and LimitationnnWild-type Land-based Diet in Health Promotion and Chronic DiseasenPrevention:nThe LDL-CC:HDL-CC model (CC=Columbus Concept).nFabien De MeesternnNon-Essential NutrientsnFabien De MeesternnEssential NutrientsnFabien De MeesternnFunctional ComponentsnFabien De Meester nI.2 The Japanese Experience: High Cholesterol is not an important risknfactor of all-cause mortality.nTomohito Hamazaki MD, PhD.nnI.3 High Omega-6 : Omega 3 ratio-the Israeli Experience.nGal Dubnov-Raz MD, Elliot M. Berry MD FRCP nI.4 Omega-6/omega-3 fatty acid ratio is important for health: Lessonsnfrom genetically modified cells and animalsnJing Xuan KangnnI.5 Tissue Omega -6 and Omega -3 fatty acids in Health and disease.nWilliam Lands nI.6 Wild-type food and coronary heart disease: EU and US clinical andnfinancial impact models.nnI.7 World perspective of wild type diet in health promotion.nS. Boyd EatonnnII. Essential Nutrients in the Wild: Health BenefitsnnII.1 The 'wild-type' egg. An empirical approach to a reference patternnfor dietary fatty acids in human nature.nFabien De Meester nnLiver-and tissue-directed dietary PUFAsnFabien De Meester nII. 2 The essentiality of eicosapentaenoic acid in breast milk duringnhuman lactationnJonathan Stannard, Basant Puri nII.3. The natural fatty acid composition of eggs of wild birds and thenconsequences of domestication.nPeter Surai, Brian K. Speake Ph.D.nnII.4 Simultaneous enrichment of eggs with PUFAs and antioxidants:nprospects and limitations.nPeter Surai, Ph.D, Tigran T. Papazyan PhD, Nick H C Sparks PhD, Brian K Speake nII.5 Eggs compositionvs vs. CVD risk: from Wild-Traditional tondesigner- eggs vs. Lipid, Endothelial and Inflammatory HypothesesnNiva Shapira, Ph.D., R.D. II.6 Omega 3 fatty acids: Studies in aviansnGita Cherian BVSc, MS, PhDnnII.7 Chia as a new source of _-3 fatty acids: Nutritional Comparisonnwith other raw materials and its Advantage when producing _-3 enrichedneggsnRicardo AyerzannII.8 Fish oils and health promotion.nAdrian Dobs M.D., Daniel Edelstein M.D.nnII.9 Omega-3 fatty acids and Cardiovascular diseasenMichel de LorgerilnnII.10 Dietary prevention of CHO. Bam featuresnMichel de Lorgeril nII.11 Fatty acids and insulin resistance.nVijaya Juturu Ph.D., James J. Gormley nII.12 Fatty acids in causation and therapy of metabolic syndromenRam B. SinghnnII.13 Immune modulation and cancer resistance: Enhancements by omega-3nfatty acids.nCatherine J. Field, Patricia D. Schley, Erin O'ConnellnnnnII.14 Omega-3 fatty acids in physical and mental health and disease.nAbolghassem DjazayerynnII.15 Dietary Prevention of Adult Macular Degeneration: Omega-3 fattynacids in prevention of macular degeneration.nSheila Sedig nII.16 Promoting eye and skin health through intake of the naturalncarotenoid lutein. Brandon Lewis Ph.DnnII.17 Calcium phosphate: Nutrition in prevention of early childhoodndental caries.nRainy Warf and Ronald Ross WatsonnnIII. Functional Components in the Wild: Health Benefits.nnnIII.1 Natural antioxidants in land- and marine-based food: risknreduction.nPeter Surai, Ph.D, AJ Spinnler BenadÃ© DSc, Brian K Speake nIII.2 CHIA seeds and the Columbus concept: bakery and animal productsnRicardo Ayerza, Wayne E. CoatesnnIII.3 Health effects of foods rich in polyphenols.nMaduri Vemuri, Darshan Kelley PhDnnIII.4 Polyphenols and ImmunitynDr. T Neyestani nIII.5 Flavanoid-rich Dietary Supplementals' Influence on heart failure.nSherma Zibadi, Douglas Larson, Ronald R. Watson PhD nIII.6 Carotenoids In Prevention of Diseases,
This book presents a cutting-edge, in-depth investigation into new methods of health promotion. It is one of the first books to focus on the role of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in unhealthy diets. The book also contains reviews of the economic benefits of novel health promotion and disease prevention methods. Leading experts present recent examples and clinical trials.
One of the first volumes to investigate the Columbus Concept
Reviews of economic benefits of novel health promotion and disease prevention methods
Leading experts present recent examples and clinical trials