Krause's Food & The Nutrition Care Process

  title={Krause's Food \& The Nutrition Care Process},
  author={Jessica Soldavini},
  journal={Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior},
  • J. Soldavini
  • Published 1 November 2019
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Management of antiepileptic drug–induced nutrition-related adverse effects
The adverse effects of AEDs on some of the nutrition-related issues, including bone health, body weight, glucose and lipid metabolism, vitamin homeostasis, antioxidant defense system, and pregnancy are reviewed.
Anemia: Considerations for the Dental Practitioner
A sound understanding of this condition is essential for the dental practitioner, with emphasis on alerting signs, dental management and proper communication with patient’s physician.
The association of deficiencies of water-soluble vitamin intake with health-related quality of life and prognosis in patients with heart failure
Inadequate dietary consumption of water-soluble vitamins was associated with poor HRQOL and prognosis and in HF, and the findings highlight the importance of encouraging patients to consume water- soluble vitamin-rich foods, which may result in enhancing outcomes in HF.
Role of food‑drug interactions in neurological and psychological diseases.
It is found that food‑drug interactions may alter the expected impact of drug, or cause the development of a drug toxicity.
Dietary behavior of Thalassemia children
Thalassemia is a hereditary blood disorder passed down through families in which the body makes hemoglobin in an abnormal form. Nutritional deficiencies in thalassemia children results in anemia and
Grand multiparity associations with low bone mineral density and degraded trabecular bone pattern
It is inferred that grand multiparity have deleterious effects on the aBMD and the trabecular pattern of the lumbar spine and the TBS.
Determining Correlation of Food Intake and Satiety Related Hormones with the Findings of Brain Computerized Tomography (CT) Scans and Psychological Disorders in Children with Mild to Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury
It was shown that children with frontal lobe injury had significantly more behavioral disorders and frontal lobe injuries might be associated with anorexia while temporal lobe injury can beassociated with increased food intake.
The association of cardio-metabolic risk factors and history of falling in men with osteosarcopenia: a cross-sectional analysis of Bushehr Elderly Health (BEH) program
Falling is a major public health problem in rapidly aging countries, especially in individuals with a higher risk of fragility fractures and older age-raised fasting plasma glucose and low SBP are associated with falling in osteosarcopenic patients.
The effect of consuming different proportions of hummer fish on biochemical and histopathological changes of hyperglycemic rats
The results indicated that the group fed with the 25% hammour fish diet exhibited significantly lower levels of liver, kidney, and heart damage, along with higher levels of serum glucose, total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL, GOT, GPT and ALP, as compared to the positive control.
Age at menarche, eating disorders, and their relationships with some parameters in female adolescents in Iran
The results revealed that AM in mothers had a significant positive relationship with AM in their daughters, and their possible relationships with weight, body mass index (BMI), waist circumference (WC), and socioeconomic status (SES) in the Iranian female adolescents.