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Pediatric Nutrition By Ronald E. Kleinman

Pediatric Nutrition by Ronald E. Kleinman

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The eighth edition of this bestselling AAP policy manual on pediatric nutrition has been significantly updated and includes many new contributing authors. This valuable reference covers how nutrients influence and direct growth and development, as well as immediate and long-term health, from birth through adolescence.

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Pediatric Nutrition by Ronald E. Kleinman

The new eighth edition of this bestselling AAP policy manual on pediatric nutrition has been significantly updated and includes many new contributing authors. This valuable reference covers how nutrients influence and direct growth and development, as well as immediate and long-term health, from birth through adolescence. This evidence-based manual reflects the current policies and practices recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition.

New in the eighth edition:
  • New chapter on Pediatric Global Nutrition
  • Other chapters have been completely reorganized, based on new information from publications in nutritional science and new evidence based guidelines recommending changes in practice.
  • New policy statement on sugary drinks, and new clinical reports on food insecurity, fruit juice consumption, non-nutritive sweeteners, fish and shellfish consumption, and use of donor human milk for the preterm infant
  • Updated growth charts for preterm infants after birth including BMI.

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About Ronald E. Kleinman

Ronald E. Kleinman, MD, FAAP, is Physician in Chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Charles Wilder Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kleinman's major areas of research interest include gastrointestinal immunology, nutrition support of infants and children, and nutrition and public health policy. He is the author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications, chapters, monographs and 4 textbooks. Dr. Kleinman was a founder and past president of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. He has been a member of the Medical Advisory Group on Diet and Nutrition Guidelines in Cancer for the American Cancer Society, the National Cholesterol Advisory Committee of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, a member of the National Academy of Medicine committees on Standards for School Meals and Obesity Prevention for young Children, member of the Board of Directors for the David Ortiz Childrens' Fund, the European Biomedical Research Institute Salerno (EBRIS), the ILSI Research Foundation, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF New England Regional Board, the Massachusetts General Hospital Physician Organization and Chair of the Boards for Project Bread and the Global Child Nutrition Foundation. He was the Chair of the NIH/NICHD Workshop Planning Committee for the Dietary Guidelines: Birth to 24 Months. Dr. Kleinman is a member of the External Advisory Board (EAB) for the Obesity Research Center at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Kleinman served as Chair of the Committee on Nutrition for the American Academy of Pediatrics and is the editor of the 4th - 8th editions of the Academy's textbook, Pediatric Nutrition. He also served as the inaugural Editor-in-Chief for Current Pediatrics Reports.

Frank Greer, MD, FAAP, is an emeritus professor of pediatrics and nutritional science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine. Board certified in pediatrics and neonatal-perinatal medicine, he earned his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and he completed his residency and fellowship at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati.

He was a member (and past chairman) of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition, and he has served for many years on the Executive Committee of the International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation. Doctor Greer has published numerous articles on pediatric nutrition, and he has served as an editorial board member for pediatric and nutrition journals , and is co- editor of the AAP's Pediatric Nutrition Handbook. He has served on numerous national committees involving nutrition of both term and preterm infants.

Dr. Greer has published many papers nutritional requirements of breastfeeding infants and lactating mothers, including calcium, phosphorus, vitamin D, and iron. Many of these required breast milk analysis in his laboratory.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • 1.Nutrition for the 21st Century-Integrating Nutrigenetics, Nutrigenomics, and Microbiomics
  • 2.Development of Gastrointestinal Function
  • 3.Breastfeeding
  • 4.Formula Feeding of Term Infants
  • 5.Nutritional Needs of the Preterm Infant
  • 6.Complementary Feeding
  • 7.Feeding the Child
  • 8.Adolescent Nutrition
  • 9.Nutrition in School, Preschool, and Child Care
  • 10. Pediatric Global Nutrition
  • 11. Nutritional Aspects of Vegetarian Diets
  • 12. Sports Nutrition
  • 13. Fast Foods, Organic Foods, Fad Diets, and Herbs, Herbals, and Botanicals
  • 14. Energy
  • 15. Protein
  • 16. Carbohydrates and Dietary Fiber
  • 17. Fats and Fatty Acids
  • 18. Calcium, Phosphorous, and Magnesium
  • 19. Iron
  • 20. Trace Elements
  • 21.I. Fat-Soluble Vitamins
  • 21.II. Water-Soluble Vitamins
  • 22. Parenteral Nutrition
  • 23. Enteral Nutrition
  • 24. Assessment of Nutritional Status
  • 25. Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Disorders
  • 26. Malnutrition, Undernutrition, and Failure to Thrive
  • 27. Chronic Diarrheal Disease
  • 28. Oral Therapy for Acute Diarrhea
  • 29. Inborn Errors of Metabolism
  • 30. Nutrition Therapy for Children and Adolescents With Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • 31. Hypoglycemia in Infants and Children
  • 32. Dyslipidemia
  • 33. Pediatric Obesity
  • 34. Food Allergy
  • 35. Nutrition and Immunity
  • 36. Nutritional Support of Children with Developmental Disabilities
  • 37. Nutrition of Children Who Are Critically Ill
  • 38. Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents
  • 39. Nutrition for Children with Sickle Cell Disease and Thalassemia
  • 40. Nutrition in Renal Disease
  • 41. Nutritional Management of Children with Cancer
  • 42. Nutrition in the Management of Chronic Autoimmune Inflammatory Bowel 40. HIV Infection
  • 43. Liver Disease
  • 44. Cardiac Disease
  • 45. Nutrition in Children With Short Bowel Syndrome
  • 46. Nutrition in Cystic Fibrosis
  • 47. The Ketogenic Diet
  • 48. Diet, Nutrition, and Oral Health
  • 49. Preventing Food Insecurity: Available Community Nutrition Programs
  • 50.I Federal Regulation of Foods and Infant Formulas, Including Addition of New Ingredients: Food Additives and Substances Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS)
  • 50.II Food Labeling
  • 51. Food Safety: Infectious Disease
  • 52. Food Safety: Pesticides, Industrial Chemicals, Toxins, Anitmicrobial Preservatives, Irradiation, and Food Contact Substances
  • AHuman Milk Constituents
  • BInfant Formula Act Regulations and Expert Recommendations for Term US Infant Formulas
  • CIncreasing Caloric Density of Infant Formula
  • DD-1: Formulas for Preterm and Low Birth Weight Infants
  • D-2: Human Milk Fortifiers
  • E E-1: DRI Recommended Intakes
  • E-2: DRI Tolerable Upper Intakes
  • F ChooseMyPlate
  • GFood-Drug Interactions
  • HCalories and Electrolytes in Beverages
  • IDietary Fiber: Food Sources Ranked by Amounts of Dietary Fiber and Energy per Standard Food Portions and per 100 Grams of Foods
  • J Calcium Contents of Common Foods
  • KIron Content of Selected Foods
  • L Zinc Content of Common Foods
  • M M-1: Selected Enteral Products for Special Indications
  • M-2: Enteral Products Grouped by Usage Indication
  • M-3: Medical Food Modules and Modified Low Protein Foods for Treatment of Inborn Errors of Metabolism
  • NSports/Nutrition Bars
  • OSodium Content of Foods
  • P Saturated and Polyunsaturated Fat and Cholesterol Content of Common Foods
  • QGrowth Charts

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