Table of Contents

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1. Introduction to nutrition.
2. Dietary reference values (DRVs) and food-based dietary guidelines.
3. Current dietary patterns in the UK.
4. Nutrition assessment.
5. Macronutrients and energy balance.
6. Micronutrients.
7. Electrolytes and fluid balance.
8. Food labelling, functional foods, nutrigenetics, and nutrigenomics and food supplements.
9. Non-nutrient components of food.
10. Nutrition and catering in institutions.
11. Popular diets.
12. Diet before and during pregnancy.
13. Infants and preschool children.
14. School-aged children and adolescents.
15. Older people.
16. Nutrition in vulnerable population groups.
17. Nutrition intervention with individuals.
18. Nutrition intervention with populations.
19. Sustainable diets.
20. Global nutrition.
21. Obesity.
22. Diabetes.
23. Cardiovascular disease.
24. Cancer and leukaemia.
25. Nutrition support.
26. Nutrition in gastrointestinal diseases.
27. Pancreatic disease.
28. Liver disease.
29. Renal disease.
30. Respiratory disease and cystic fibrosis.
31. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
32. Nutrition in mental health.
33. Nutrition in neurological conditions.
34. Rheumatology, dermatology and bone health.
35. Pallaitive care.
36. Inherited metabolic disorders.
37. Food hypersensitivity.
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