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.

Relationship between Metal Exposures, Dietary Macronutrient Intake, and Blood Glucose Levels of Informal Electronic Waste Recyclers in Ghana

Investigation of the relationship between metal exposures, dietary macronutrients intake, and blood glucose levels of e-waste recyclers at Agbogbloshie found that exposure to Pb and Cd may still increase the risk of diabetes among both e-Waste recycleers and the general population.

Review on Headache Related to Dietary Supplements

The lifetime prevalence of headaches is 96%. Approximately 11% of the adult population worldwide has a migraine headache. Migraine is a complex disorder that is more than a simple headache. So far,

Dietary behavior of Thalassemia children

Most of the thalassemiacchildren were found to be malnourished due to inadequate dietary intake and the caregivers and parents should be counseled to create awareness.


World Health Organization categorizes the ages from 10 to 19 as the adolescent age group. (WHO, 2017) Adolescence is the period of gradual transition from childhood to adulthood. There is a rapid

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.