Author Topic: 411pg. pdf on Nutrition & Physical Activity in Inflammatory Disease  (Read 1048 times)


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I came across this book while searching nutrition information (inflammation, autoimmune)

Nutrition & Physical Activity in Inflammatory Diseases
Edited by Manohar L. Garg , Edited by Lisa G. Wood
Certain nutrients and physical activity can significantly alter immune function and inflammation. Targeted interventions may be an effective and inexpensive means to improve the inflammation and immune dysfunction associated with chronic diseases. This book defines the relevant underlying biological mechanisms and strengthens our understanding of how nutrients and physical activity impact inflammatory diseases. A useful reference for researchers and students of nutrition, physiology and sports science, it explores the unique aspects of inflammation induced by nutritional deficiencies or activity levels, and their interrelationship.

Section 1: Introduction
1: Inflammation: An Introduction
Section 2: Nutrition and Inflammation
2: Dietary Fats and Inflammation
3: Carbohydrates and Inflammation
4: Alcohol and Inflammation
5: Vitamin D and Inflammation
6: Vitamin E and Inflammation
7: Vitamin C, B-Complex Vitamins and Inflammation
8: Phytonutrients and Inflammation
9: Trace Elements and Inflammation
Section 3: Physical Activity and Inflammation
10: Resistance Exercise and Inflammation
11: Endurance Exercise and Inflammation
Section 4: Applications to Diseases and Conditions
12: Obesity and Inflammation
13: Type 2 Diabetes and Inflammation
14: Cardiovascular Disease and Inflammation
15: Stress and Inflammation: An Emerging Story
16: Depressive Disorders and Inflammation
17: Asthma and Inflammation
18: Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Inflammation
19: Ageing and Inflammation
20: Bone Health and Inflammation
21: Eye Health and Inflammation"

*book sells for over $200.. did more research and found the book/file online 411pgs.. pdf.. free sooo here is the link

Chock full of information, studies references, supplement information, etc
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Re: 411pg. pdf on Nutrition & Physical Activity in Inflammatory Disease
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2016, 06:23:06 PM »
Thanks for this info!!!!


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Re: 411pg. pdf on Nutrition & Physical Activity in Inflammatory Disease
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2016, 09:12:24 PM »
Thanks!  Another resource and I appreciate the fact that it is free.

Thanks so much for caring and sharing❤️

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Re: 411pg. pdf on Nutrition & Physical Activity in Inflammatory Disease
« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2016, 06:58:35 AM »
Thank you so much for this. It's really informative.

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