Highly counseled within the 2006 British scientific Association e-book Awards (Endocrinology)
This moment version brings jointly greater than 20 the world over famous specialists within the box to supply a well timed evaluate of present wisdom. The textual content is still a useful source for all healthcare execs interested by the care of sufferers who're obese.
New beneficial properties of this moment variation contain:
Addition of 2 new co-editors - Professor invoice Dietz, united states and Professor Ian Caterson, Australia content material:
Chapter 1 Epidemiology ? Definition and class of weight problems (pages 1–11): Jacob C. Seidell
Chapter 2 Measuring physique Composition in Adults and kids (pages 12–28): Susan Jebb and Jonathan Wells
Chapter three Social effects of weight problems (pages 29–45): Rebecca M. Puhl, Kathryn E. Henderson and Kelly D. Brownell
Chapter four weight problems and tradition (pages 46–64): Pippa Craig
Chapter five strength stability and bodyweight Homeostasis (pages 65–80): Abdul G. Dulloo
Chapter 6 Genes and weight problems (pages 81–92): I. Sadaf Farooqi
Chapter 7 Fetal and little one Origins of weight problems (pages 93–101): Mary Barker and David I. W. Phillips
Chapter eight Metabolic Fuels and weight problems: Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism in Skeletal Muscle and Adipose Tissue (pages 102–122): Keith N. Frayn and Ellen E. Blaak
Chapter nine power and Macronutrient wishes relating to Substrate dealing with in weight problems (pages 123–136): W. Philip T. James
Chapter 10 Biology of weight problems: consuming Behaviour (pages 137–148): John E. Blundell, Graham Finlayson and Jason Halford
Chapter eleven strength Expenditure in people: the impact of job, nutrition and the Sympathetic worried method (pages 149–160): Hamid R. Farshchi, Moira A. Taylor and Ian A. Macdonald
Chapter 12 weight problems and Dyslipidaemia: significance of physique fats Distribution (pages 161–183): Andre Tchernof and Jean?Pierre Despres
Chapter thirteen weight problems and disorder: Insulin Resistance, Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (pages 184–197): Joseph Proietto
Chapter 14 weight problems and disorder: Hormones and weight problems (pages 198–212): Jonathan Pinkney
Chapter 15 youth weight problems: Definition, class and evaluation (pages 213–230): Aviva needs to and Sarah E. Anderson
Chapter sixteen formative years weight problems: effects and actual and Psychosocial problems (pages 231–248): Kate Steinbeck
Chapter 17 grownup weight problems: Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes and Non?Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (pages 249–268): Shivani Dewan and John Wilding
Chapter 18 Cardiovascular effects of weight problems (pages 269–280): Ian Wilcox
Chapter 19 grownup weight problems: Fertility (pages 281–295): Stephen Robinson, Stephen Franks and Jasmine Leonce
Chapter 20 Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (pages 296–315): Brendon J. Yee and Ronald R. Grunstein
Chapter 21 an summary of weight problems administration (pages 317–326): Peter G. Kopelman and Ian D. Caterson
Chapter 22 nutritional administration of weight problems: consuming Plans (pages 327–349): Janet Franklin and Carolyn Summerbell
Chapter 23 Behavioural therapy of weight problems: Achievements and demanding situations (pages 350–362): Thomas A. Wadden and Vicki L. Clark
Chapter 24 workout and weight problems (pages 363–379): Marleen A. van Baak and Wim H.M. Saris
Chapter 25 administration of weight problems: Pharmacotherapy (pages 380–393): Richard L. Atkinson
Chapter 26 The administration of weight problems: surgical procedure (pages 394–406): Paul E. O'Brien and John B. Dixon
Chapter 27 weightloss upkeep (pages 407–420): Kristina Elfhag and Stephan Rossner
Chapter 28 instructing and coaching Health?Care execs (pages 421–427): Peter G. Kopelman
Chapter 29 weight problems in Asian Populations (pages 429–442): Timothy P. Gill
Chapter 30 Environmental and coverage ways: replacement equipment (pages 443–455): Garry Egger and Anne Thorburn
Chapter 31 A entire method of weight problems Prevention (pages 456–471): Boyd Swinburn and Colin Bell
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