Nutrition across the Life Span

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INDEX
Note: Page numbers in italics indicate figures; those followed by t indicate tables.
Accuracy, of measurement, 32, 33
Acidosis, metabolic, 354, 355
Acne, 176-178, 177
development of, 176-177
treatment of, 177-178
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), 234, 235. See also Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
Activity. See Physical activity.
Adenomas, 298, 299
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), muscle fiber production of. See Muscle fibers.
production of, nutrients fueling, 390-394, 392
ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), 146, 148t, 431
Adipocytes, 361-363
Adiposity, regional, coronary heart disease and, 291, 292t
Adolescence, 22t, 159-187
acne during, 176-178, 177
athletics during, 405-406
cardiovascular disease during, 178-181
development during, 162-165
energy requirements during, 167-168, 168t
food habits during, factors affecting, 171, 171-176
positive, promoting, 180t, 181
growth during, 160-162
pregnancy and, 225
height during, 471t-476t
nutrient requirements during, 168t, 168-171
nutrition assessment during, 46t, 165-167
obesity in. See Obesity, in childhood and adolescence.
physical fitness during, 178
pregnancy during, 176, 224-227
energy and nutrient requirements for, 226t, 226-227
maternal growth and, 225
risks associated with, 224-225
weight gain recommendations for, 225t, 225-226
substance abuse during, 183-187
weight during, 471t-476t
preoccupation with, 178
Adulthood, 277-340. See also Aging; Older adults.
athletics during, 406-407
cancer during, 296t, 297-300
coronary heart disease during. See Coronary heart disease (CHD).
energy requirements during, 285t, 286t, 286-287
food supplements during, 306-308
nutrient requirements during, 284-286, 285t, 287-290
Adulthood (cont.)
nutrition assessment during, 46t, 282-284
obesity in, childhood and adolescent obesity and, as risk fac- tor, 369
physiologic changes during, 278-281
promoting health and well-being during, 300-302
psychosocial development during, 281-282
women's health concerns during, 300
Advertising, food intake during childhood and, 141
Aerobic exercise, 388
adaptations resulting from, 390
Aerobic processes, 384, 385
Affective interactions, in feeding relationship, 90, 91
Age. See also specific age groups.
gynecologic, 225
maternal, high-risk pregnancy and, 224-227
skeletal, 161
Aging, 309-321. See also Older adults.
economic factors associated with, 318-319
health status and, 319t, 319-321
of population, 310, 311, 312
physical factors associated with, 317-318, 318t
physiologic changes of, 312t, 312-317, 314t
anorexia and, 315-316, 316t
in basal metabolic rate, 313
in body composition, 312-313, 315
in cardiovascular system, 316
in endocrine system, 317
in gastrointestinal system, 314-315
in immune system, 317
in neuromuscular system, 316
in renal function, 317
in respiratory system, 316
in senses, 313
in skeletal tissue, 316-317
in skin, hair, and nails, 316
psychosocial factors associated with, 319
theories of, 310-312
AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), 234, 235. See also Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
Albumin, in nutrition assessment, 40t
Alcohol use and abuse, aging and, 320-321
breast-feeding and, 260
coronary heart disease and, 295
during adolescence, 185-186
during pregnancy, 237-239
effects of, on infants, 119

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