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Crc Handbook Of Dietary Fiber In Human Nutrition
Dietary fiber is widely recognized as an essential element of good nutrition. In fact, research on the use of fiber in food science and medicine is being conducted at an incredible pace. CRC Handbook of Dietary Fiber in Human Nutrition, Third Edition explores the chemistry, analytical methodologies, physiological and biochemical aspects, clinical and epidemiological studies, and consumption patterns of dietary fiber.
Featuring new chapters and tables, in addition to updated sections, the third edition of this popular book includes important information that has become available since the publication of the second edition.
What's new in the Third Edition?
o Definitions and consumption of dietary fiber from 1992-2000
o A new chapter on the physical chemistry of dietary fiber
o Updated dietary fiber values for common foods
o New table: Tartaric Acid Content of Foods
o Coverage of non-plant food fibers, such as chitin and chitosan
o An entire section devoted to the effect of whole grains, cereal fiber, and phytic acid on health
o Discussion of the interaction of fiber and phytochemicals
Quickly retrieve and understand current data with the book's concise, easy-to-read tables and definitions. Covering all aspects of dietary fiber, including chemistry and definitions, analytical procedures, and basic physiological functions, the CRC Handbook of Dietary Fiber in Human Nutrition provides you with a unique collection of dietary fiber information unlike that found in any other book.
A Quilt For Christmas
With rich historical detail and vibrant characters, A Quilt for Christmasis the perfect novel about the bonds of family and the true meaning of sacrifice, fromNew York Times bestselling author SANDRA DALLAS
It is 1864 and Eliza Spooner's husband, Will, has joined the Kansas Volunteers to fight the Confederates, leaving her with their two children and in charge of their home and land. Eliza is confident that he will return, and she helps pass the months making a special quilt to keep Will warm during his winter in the army. When the unthinkable happens, she takes in a woman and child who have been left alone and made vulnerable by the war, and she finds solace and camaraderie amongst the women of her quilting group. But when she is asked to help hide an escaped slave, Eliza must decide for herself what is right-and who can she can count on to help her.
"As heartwarming as a homemade quilt."-USA Today