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CRC handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition, edited by Gene A. Spiller

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CRC handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition
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CRC handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition
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edited by Gene A. Spiller
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  • Dietary fiber in human nutrition
  • Handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition
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eng
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DLC
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613.2/8
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QP144.F52
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C73 2001
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non fiction
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  • bibliography
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  • Fiber in human nutrition
  • Dietary Fiber
  • Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
  • Diet Therapy
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CRC handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition, edited by Gene A. Spiller
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Definitions of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 5.2.
  • Development of the Dietary Fiber Hypothesis of Diabetes Mellitus
  • Hugh C. Trowell
  • Ch. 5.3.
  • Treatment of Diabetes with High-Fiber Diets
  • James W. Anderson, Abayomi O. Akanji and Kim M. Randles
  • Ch. 5.4.
  • Fiber in the Treatment of Hyperlipidemia
  • Alexandra L. Jenkins, Vladimir Vuksan and David J. A. Jenkins
  • Ch. 5.5.
  • Gene A. Spiller
  • Human Studies on Dietary Fiber and Colon Neoplasia
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.6.
  • Fiber and Colonic Diverticulosis
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.7.
  • Fiber and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease)
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.8.
  • Disease Patterns in Japan and Changes in Dietary Fiber (1930-1980)
  • Ch. 2.2.
  • Keisuke Tsuji and Bunpei Mori
  • Ch. 5.9.
  • Dietary Fiber Modification of Toxin- or Carcinogen-Induced Effects on Intestinal and Mammary Tissues
  • Hugh J. Freeman and Gene A. Spiller
  • Sect. 6.
  • Effect of Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Phytic Acid on Health
  • Ch. 6.1.
  • Whole Grain, Fiber, and Antioxidants
  • Gene Miller
  • Ch. 6.2.
  • Dietary Fiber Parts of Food Plants and Algae
  • Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Chronic Diseases: Epidemiologic Evidence
  • Mark A. Pereira, Joel J. Pins and David R. Jacobs, Jr.
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 6.3.
  • Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Chronic Diseases: Experimental Evidence and Possible Biologic Mechanisms
  • Joel J. Pins, Mark A. Pereira and David R. Jacobs, Jr.
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 6.4.
  • Bioavailability of Minerals from Cereals
  • Wenche Frolich
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 6.5.
  • Phytic Acid and Cancer
  • Mazda Jenab and Lilian U. Thompson
  • Sect. 7.
  • Definitions and Consumption
  • Ch. 7.1.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber 1992-2000
  • Julie M. Jones
  • Ch. 7.2.
  • Patterns of Dietary Fiber Consumption in Humans to 1992
  • Ch. 2.3.
  • Sheila Bingham
  • Ch. 7.3.
  • Dietary Fiber, Non-Starch Polysaccharide, and Resistant Starch Intakes in Australia
  • Katrine I. Baghurst, Peter A. Baghurst and Sally J. Record
  • Ch. 7.4.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber-Rich Foods in China
  • Zhi-Ping Shen and Su-Fang Zheng
  • Ch. 7.5.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber in France (1950-1981)
  • Yves Le Quintrec
  • Food Components That Behave as Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 7.6.
  • Fiber Consumption in Italy
  • Ottavio Bosello, Fabio Armellini and Mauro Zamboni
  • Appendix.
  • Tables of Dietary Fiber and Associated Substances Content in Food
  • Table A.1.
  • Dietary Fiber Values for Common Foods
  • Sally F. Schakel, Janet Pettit and John H. Himes
  • Table A.2.
  • Dry Matter, Ash, Crude Protein, Total Dietary Fiber, Soluble Fiber, Neutral Detergent Residue, Hemicellulose, Cellulose, and Lignin Content of Selected Foods
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • James B. Robertson
  • Table A.3.
  • Dietary Fiber Content of Selected Foods by the Southgate Methods
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Table A.4.
  • Dietary Fiber Content of Cereals in Norway
  • Wenche Frolich
  • Table A.5.
  • Crude Fiber Values of Typical Samples
  • Ivan Furda
  • Ch. 2.4.
  • Table A.6.
  • Comparison of Analyses of Dietary Fiber and Crude Fiber
  • Gene A. Spiller
  • Table A.7.
  • Phytate Contents of Foods
  • Barbara F. Harland
  • Table A.8.
  • Tartaric Acid Content of Foods
  • Monica Spiller and Gene A. Spiller
  • Table A.9.
  • Food Components Associated with Dietary Fiber
  • Plant Foods That Contain Significant Levels of Saponins and Their Estimated Saponin Content
  • David Oakenfull and John D. Potter
  • Sect. 1.
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 2.5.
  • Polysaccharide Food Additives That Contribute to Dietary Fiber
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 2.6.
  • Glossary of Dietary Fiber Components
  • David A. T. Southgate and Gene A. Spiller
  • Ch. 2.7.
  • Physical Chemistry of Dietary Fiber
  • David Oakenfull
  • Overview
  • Ch. 2.8.
  • Chitin and Chitosan -- Special Class of Dietary Fiber
  • Ivan Furda
  • Sect. 3.
  • Methods of Analysis for Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 3.1.
  • Enzymatic Gravimetric Methods
  • Nils-Georg Asp
  • Ch. 3.2.
  • Detergent Analysis of Foods
  • Ch. 1.1.
  • James B. Robertson and Peter J. Horvath
  • Ch. 3.3.
  • Dietary Fiber Analysis as Non-Starch Polysaccharides (NSPs)
  • Hans Englyst and Geoffrey Hudson
  • Ch. 3.4.
  • The Southgate Method of Dietary Fiber Analysis
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 3.5.
  • Determination of Total Dietary Fiber and Its Individual Components by the Uppsala Method
  • Olof Theander, Eric Westerlund and Roger Anderson
  • Dietary Fiber: From Early Hunter-Gatherers to the 1990s
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 3.6.
  • The Crude Fiber Method
  • Ivan Furda
  • Ch. 3.7.
  • Newer Methods for Phytate Analysis
  • Donald Oberleas and Barbara F. Harland
  • Ch. 3.8.
  • Determination of the Saponin Content of Foods
  • David Oakenfull and John D. Potter
  • Denis P. Burkitt and Gene A. Spiller
  • Sect. 4.
  • Physiological and Metabolic Effects of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 4.1.
  • Effect of Dietary Fiber on Protein Digestibility and Utilization
  • Daniel D. Gallaher and Barbara O. Schneeman
  • Ch. 4.2.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber and Phytate on the Homeostasis and Bioavailability of Minerals
  • Barbara F. Harland and Donald Oberleas
  • Ch. 4.3.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Vitamin Metabolism
  • Sect. 2.
  • Heinrich Kasper
  • Ch. 4.4.
  • The Effect of Dietary Fiber on Fecal Weight and Composition
  • John H. Cummings
  • Ch. 4.5.
  • Correlations of Transit Time to a Critical Fecal Weight (CFW) and to Substances Associated with Dietary Fiber
  • Gene A. Spiller and Monica Spiller
  • Ch. 4.6.
  • Influences of Fiber on the Ecology of the Intestinal Flora
  • Margo N. Woods and Sherwood L. Gorbach
  • Definitions and Properties of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 4.7.
  • Interaction between Human Gut Bacteria and Dietary Fiber Substrates
  • Betty A. Lewis, Mary Beth Hall and Peter J. Van Soest
  • Ch. 4.8.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Digestive Enzymes
  • Barbara O. Schneeman and Daniel D. Gallaher
  • Ch. 4.9.
  • The Source of Dietary Fiber Influences. Short-Chain Fatty Acid Production and Concentrations in the Large Bowel
  • Hanako Kobayashi and Sharon E. Fleming
  • Ch. 4.10.
  • Ch. 2.1.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Fecal and Intestinal Luminal Mutagens
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 4.11.
  • Effect of Dietary Fiber and Foods on Carbohydrate Metabolism
  • Thomas M. S. Wolever and David J. A. Jenkins
  • Sect. 5.
  • Dietary Fiber in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease
  • Ch. 5.1.
  • Disease Patterns in South Africa as Related to Dietary Fiber Intake
  • Alexander R. P. Walker
Control code
45951675
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
709 pages
Isbn
9780849323874
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2001025278
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
CRC handbook of dietary fiber in human nutrition, edited by Gene A. Spiller
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Definitions of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 5.2.
  • Development of the Dietary Fiber Hypothesis of Diabetes Mellitus
  • Hugh C. Trowell
  • Ch. 5.3.
  • Treatment of Diabetes with High-Fiber Diets
  • James W. Anderson, Abayomi O. Akanji and Kim M. Randles
  • Ch. 5.4.
  • Fiber in the Treatment of Hyperlipidemia
  • Alexandra L. Jenkins, Vladimir Vuksan and David J. A. Jenkins
  • Ch. 5.5.
  • Gene A. Spiller
  • Human Studies on Dietary Fiber and Colon Neoplasia
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.6.
  • Fiber and Colonic Diverticulosis
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.7.
  • Fiber and Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease)
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 5.8.
  • Disease Patterns in Japan and Changes in Dietary Fiber (1930-1980)
  • Ch. 2.2.
  • Keisuke Tsuji and Bunpei Mori
  • Ch. 5.9.
  • Dietary Fiber Modification of Toxin- or Carcinogen-Induced Effects on Intestinal and Mammary Tissues
  • Hugh J. Freeman and Gene A. Spiller
  • Sect. 6.
  • Effect of Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Phytic Acid on Health
  • Ch. 6.1.
  • Whole Grain, Fiber, and Antioxidants
  • Gene Miller
  • Ch. 6.2.
  • Dietary Fiber Parts of Food Plants and Algae
  • Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Chronic Diseases: Epidemiologic Evidence
  • Mark A. Pereira, Joel J. Pins and David R. Jacobs, Jr.
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 6.3.
  • Whole Grains, Cereal Fiber, and Chronic Diseases: Experimental Evidence and Possible Biologic Mechanisms
  • Joel J. Pins, Mark A. Pereira and David R. Jacobs, Jr.
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 6.4.
  • Bioavailability of Minerals from Cereals
  • Wenche Frolich
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 6.5.
  • Phytic Acid and Cancer
  • Mazda Jenab and Lilian U. Thompson
  • Sect. 7.
  • Definitions and Consumption
  • Ch. 7.1.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber 1992-2000
  • Julie M. Jones
  • Ch. 7.2.
  • Patterns of Dietary Fiber Consumption in Humans to 1992
  • Ch. 2.3.
  • Sheila Bingham
  • Ch. 7.3.
  • Dietary Fiber, Non-Starch Polysaccharide, and Resistant Starch Intakes in Australia
  • Katrine I. Baghurst, Peter A. Baghurst and Sally J. Record
  • Ch. 7.4.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber-Rich Foods in China
  • Zhi-Ping Shen and Su-Fang Zheng
  • Ch. 7.5.
  • Consumption of Dietary Fiber in France (1950-1981)
  • Yves Le Quintrec
  • Food Components That Behave as Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 7.6.
  • Fiber Consumption in Italy
  • Ottavio Bosello, Fabio Armellini and Mauro Zamboni
  • Appendix.
  • Tables of Dietary Fiber and Associated Substances Content in Food
  • Table A.1.
  • Dietary Fiber Values for Common Foods
  • Sally F. Schakel, Janet Pettit and John H. Himes
  • Table A.2.
  • Dry Matter, Ash, Crude Protein, Total Dietary Fiber, Soluble Fiber, Neutral Detergent Residue, Hemicellulose, Cellulose, and Lignin Content of Selected Foods
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • James B. Robertson
  • Table A.3.
  • Dietary Fiber Content of Selected Foods by the Southgate Methods
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Table A.4.
  • Dietary Fiber Content of Cereals in Norway
  • Wenche Frolich
  • Table A.5.
  • Crude Fiber Values of Typical Samples
  • Ivan Furda
  • Ch. 2.4.
  • Table A.6.
  • Comparison of Analyses of Dietary Fiber and Crude Fiber
  • Gene A. Spiller
  • Table A.7.
  • Phytate Contents of Foods
  • Barbara F. Harland
  • Table A.8.
  • Tartaric Acid Content of Foods
  • Monica Spiller and Gene A. Spiller
  • Table A.9.
  • Food Components Associated with Dietary Fiber
  • Plant Foods That Contain Significant Levels of Saponins and Their Estimated Saponin Content
  • David Oakenfull and John D. Potter
  • Sect. 1.
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 2.5.
  • Polysaccharide Food Additives That Contribute to Dietary Fiber
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 2.6.
  • Glossary of Dietary Fiber Components
  • David A. T. Southgate and Gene A. Spiller
  • Ch. 2.7.
  • Physical Chemistry of Dietary Fiber
  • David Oakenfull
  • Overview
  • Ch. 2.8.
  • Chitin and Chitosan -- Special Class of Dietary Fiber
  • Ivan Furda
  • Sect. 3.
  • Methods of Analysis for Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 3.1.
  • Enzymatic Gravimetric Methods
  • Nils-Georg Asp
  • Ch. 3.2.
  • Detergent Analysis of Foods
  • Ch. 1.1.
  • James B. Robertson and Peter J. Horvath
  • Ch. 3.3.
  • Dietary Fiber Analysis as Non-Starch Polysaccharides (NSPs)
  • Hans Englyst and Geoffrey Hudson
  • Ch. 3.4.
  • The Southgate Method of Dietary Fiber Analysis
  • David A. T. Southgate
  • Ch. 3.5.
  • Determination of Total Dietary Fiber and Its Individual Components by the Uppsala Method
  • Olof Theander, Eric Westerlund and Roger Anderson
  • Dietary Fiber: From Early Hunter-Gatherers to the 1990s
  • [et al.]
  • Ch. 3.6.
  • The Crude Fiber Method
  • Ivan Furda
  • Ch. 3.7.
  • Newer Methods for Phytate Analysis
  • Donald Oberleas and Barbara F. Harland
  • Ch. 3.8.
  • Determination of the Saponin Content of Foods
  • David Oakenfull and John D. Potter
  • Denis P. Burkitt and Gene A. Spiller
  • Sect. 4.
  • Physiological and Metabolic Effects of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 4.1.
  • Effect of Dietary Fiber on Protein Digestibility and Utilization
  • Daniel D. Gallaher and Barbara O. Schneeman
  • Ch. 4.2.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber and Phytate on the Homeostasis and Bioavailability of Minerals
  • Barbara F. Harland and Donald Oberleas
  • Ch. 4.3.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Vitamin Metabolism
  • Sect. 2.
  • Heinrich Kasper
  • Ch. 4.4.
  • The Effect of Dietary Fiber on Fecal Weight and Composition
  • John H. Cummings
  • Ch. 4.5.
  • Correlations of Transit Time to a Critical Fecal Weight (CFW) and to Substances Associated with Dietary Fiber
  • Gene A. Spiller and Monica Spiller
  • Ch. 4.6.
  • Influences of Fiber on the Ecology of the Intestinal Flora
  • Margo N. Woods and Sherwood L. Gorbach
  • Definitions and Properties of Dietary Fiber
  • Ch. 4.7.
  • Interaction between Human Gut Bacteria and Dietary Fiber Substrates
  • Betty A. Lewis, Mary Beth Hall and Peter J. Van Soest
  • Ch. 4.8.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Digestive Enzymes
  • Barbara O. Schneeman and Daniel D. Gallaher
  • Ch. 4.9.
  • The Source of Dietary Fiber Influences. Short-Chain Fatty Acid Production and Concentrations in the Large Bowel
  • Hanako Kobayashi and Sharon E. Fleming
  • Ch. 4.10.
  • Ch. 2.1.
  • Effects of Dietary Fiber on Fecal and Intestinal Luminal Mutagens
  • Hugh J. Freeman
  • Ch. 4.11.
  • Effect of Dietary Fiber and Foods on Carbohydrate Metabolism
  • Thomas M. S. Wolever and David J. A. Jenkins
  • Sect. 5.
  • Dietary Fiber in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease
  • Ch. 5.1.
  • Disease Patterns in South Africa as Related to Dietary Fiber Intake
  • Alexander R. P. Walker
Control code
45951675
Dimensions
27 cm
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
709 pages
Isbn
9780849323874
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2001025278
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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