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Burckhardt / Dawson-Hughes / Weaver Nutritional Influences on Bone Health

2010, 205 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 193 mm x 260 mm, Gewicht: 481 g
ISBN: 978-1-4471-5735-9
Verlag: Springer, Berlin

Burckhardt / Dawson-Hughes / Weaver Nutritional Influences on Bone Health

The seventh symposium on “Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis” continues to be the primary forum for scientists to focus on the impact of nutrition on bone health in general. Since 1991, the year of the frst symposium, research in this feld has increased impressively and has become an established part of research and science in osteology. This symposium in particular featured many global comparisons in diet and the effect on bone. As Western diet permeates more of the globe and the popu- tion continues to grow, it is meaningful to study the impact of these changes on bone health as diet is one of the few major modifable factors which in turn affects health care costs. Calcium, vitamin D, and acid-base balance continued to dominate the discussion. The symposium offered an opportunity to learn about theories and data in nutritional research concerning bone as well as methodological approaches to cl- sify diets. The proceedings allow the reader to capture the new messages, to analyze the new scientifc data presented, and to use the book as a source of references in this feld. Peter Burckhardt Bess Dawson-Hughes Connie Weaver v Acknowledgments th This work comprises papers from the 7 International Symposium on Nutritional Aspects of Osteoporosis in 2009 in Lausanne, Switzerland.



Weitere Infos & Material

Dietary Protein and Bone Mass Accrual.- Protein Effects on Bone and Muscle in Elderly Women.- Dietary Protein and Bone Health: The Urgent Need for Large-Scale Supplementation Studies.- Protein Intake During Weight Loss: Effects on Bone.- A Comparison of Asian Asian and American Asian populations: Calcium and Bone Accretion During Formation of Peak Bone Mass.- Estimating Calcium Requirements.- Independent and Combined Effects of Exercise and Calcium on Bone Structural and Material Properties in Older Adults.- The Bone Benefits of Calcium and Exercise in Children.- Calcium Supplementation Plays a Positive Role in Bone and Body Composition in Chinese Adolescents.- Effects of High Calcium and Vitamin D Diets on Changes in Body Fat, Lean Mass, and Bone Mineral Density by Self-Controlled Dieting for 4 Months in Young Asian Women.- Trace Elements and Bone.- Phosphorus and Bone.- Seasonal Differences in Mineral Homeostasis and Bone Metabolism in Response to Oral Phosphate Loading in Older Northern Chinese Adults.- Diabetes Mellitus and Osteoporosis.- Vitamin D and Muscle.- Vitamin D and Bone Health.- Effects of Vitamin D on Bone Health in Healthy Young Adults.- Vitamin D Effects on Bone Structure in Childhood and Aging.- Dietary Patterns and Bone Health.- Nutritional Factors that Influence Change in Bone Density and Stress Fracture Risk Among Young Female Cross-County Runners.- A Dietary Pattern That Predicts Physical Performance in an Elderly Population.- Citrus Hesperidin and Bone Health: From Preclinical Studies to Nutritional Intervention Trials.- Acidosis and Bone.- Acid-Base Homeostasis and the Skeleton: An Update on Current Thinking.- Acid-Base Balance, Bone, and Muscle.- The Effect of Mineral Waters on Bone Metabolism: Alkalinity Over Calcium?.- Bone-Anabolic Impact of Dietary High Protein Intake Compared with the Effects of Low Potential Renal Acid Load, Endogenous Steroid Hormones, and Muscularity in Children.- Salt Sensitivity, Metabolic Acidosis, and Bone Health.

Burckhardt, Peter
Peter Burckhardt, MD is a Professor of Medicine at the Clinique Bois-Cerf of the Hirslanden Hospital in Lausanne, Switzerland. In addition to his activities as a clinician and academic teacher, Professor Burckhardt has authored more than 300 scientific publications and has been a member of several editorial boards.Bess Dawson Hughes, MD is a Professor of Medicine and a Senior Scientist for the USDA Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University Boston, in Massachusetts, USA.Connie Weaver, PhD is a Distinguished Professor and Department Head at the Foods and Nutrition Department at Purdue University in Indiana, USA.


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