Nutrients, Stress and Medical Disorders by Shlomo YehudaNutrients, Stress and Medical Disorders by Shlomo Yehuda

Nutrients, Stress and Medical Disorders

EditorShlomo Yehuda, David I. Mostofsky

Paperback | November 9, 2010

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A benchmark survey of current clinical findings on the complex interactions between diet, stress, and mental health, and their impact on disease states. The authors give special attention to the influence of stress on physical health, mental health, and cognitive function, including the critical effects of maternal nutritional status and stress levels on fetal physical and mental development, the role of lipids in the development and treatment of depression, the role of fish oil in the development of aggressive behaviors, and the consequences of obesity on stress and the development of eating disorders. Additional chapters examine the effects of stress on chronic disorders, women, and cardiac function, and the influence of inflammation on diet, neurological functions, disease incidence, and cognitive functions.
Title:Nutrients, Stress and Medical DisordersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:452 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:November 9, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617375667

ISBN - 13:9781617375668

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Table of Contents

I. History, Methodology, and Basic ScienceStress Revisited: A Methodological and Conceptual HistoryMartha M. FaradayExperimental Protocols for the Study of Stress in Animals and HumansCarla GambaranaNeurobiological Foundations of StressMichael R. Foy, Jeansok J. Kim, Tracey J. Shors, and Richard F. ThompsonThe Beneficial Effects of Fruit and Vegetable Supplementation on Neuronal Signaling and Behavior in Aging: Beyond AntioxidantsJ. A. Joseph, B. Shukitt-Hale, and G. CasadesusEffects of Stress and Nutrition on Blood-Brain Barrier FunctionsAkihiko Urayama and William A. BanksII. Nutrients and StressEssential Fatty Acids and StressShlomo Yehuda, Sharon Rabinovitz, and David I. MostofskyStress, Glucocorticoids, and the BrainR. H. DeRijk and E. R. de KloetHerbal Products, Stress, and the MindDavid WheatleyStress and Food CravingSharon RabinovitzStress, Alcohol Consumption, and the Hypothalamic-Pituitary- Adrenal AxisMaria M. Glavas and Joanne WeinbergInfluences on Diet and Stress Across Space and Time: A Contextual PerspectiveDaniel Kim and Ichiro KawachiIII. Health, Mental Health, and Cognitive FunctionsNutrition and Stress and the Developing FetusRinat Armony-Sivan and Arthur I. EidelmanLipids and DepressionBasant K. PuriNicotine, Sleep, and DepressionJavier Velázquez-Moctezuma and René Drucker-ColínAggression, Fish Oil, and Noradrenergic ActivityTomohito HamazakiStress in the Pathogenesis of Eating Disorders and ObesityGal Dubnov and Elliot M. BerryIV. Chronic Disorders and InflammationEffect of Dietary Hypercholesteremia on Host Immune ResponseRoger M. LoriaTreatment of Huntington's Disease With Eicosapentaenoic AcidBasant K. PuriMajor Stressors in Women's Health: The Role of NutritionAdrianne Bendich and Ronit ZilberboimLong-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Metabolic Syndrome XUndurti N. DasDietary Management of Stress Using Amino Acid SupplementsMiro Smriga and Kunio ToriiConditioned Nutritional Requirements of the Failing HeartMichael J. SolePolyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Neuro-InflammationSophie Layé and Robert DantzerPathophysiological Effects of Inflammatory Mediators and Stress on Distinct Memory SystemsLisa A. TeatherThe Interaction Between Nutrition and Inflammatory Stress Throughout the Life CycleRobert F. GrimbleIndex

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From the reviews:"S. Yehuda and D. Mostofsky have gathered in this volume . a total of 25 chapters divided in 4 parts, each chapter presenting a particular aspect of the relationships between 2 of the 3 terms contained in the title, i.e. nutrients and stress, nutrients and medical disorders, and stress and medical disorders. . provides a wealth of information on the various links between nutrition, stress and brain function. It should therefore be very useful for the scientific and medical community interested in nutritional neurosciences." (Sylvie Chalon, Psychoneuroendocrinology, June, 2006)