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Nutrition before, during and after critical illness | Août 2022 H Nouveau

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Purpose of review: This review describes considerations preintensive care unit (ICU), within ICU and in the post-ICU period regarding nutrition management and the current state of the literature base informing clinical care.

Recent findings: Within ICU, studies have focussed on the first 5-7 days of illness in mechanically ventilated patients who are heterogeneous and with minimal consideration to premorbid nutrition state. Many evidence gaps in the period within ICU remain, with the major ones being the amount of protein to provide and the impact of longer-term nutrition interventions. Personalised nutrition and nutrition in the post-ICU period are becoming key areas of focus.

Summary: Nutrition for the critically ill patient should not be viewed in isolated time periods; what happens before, during and after ICU is likely important to the overall recovery trajectory. It is critical that the impact of nutrition on clinical and functional outcomes across hospitalisation is investigated in specific groups and using interventions in ways that are biologically plausible to impact. Areas that show promise for the future of critical care nutrition include interventions delivered for a longer duration and inclusion of oral nutrition support, individualised nutrition regimes, and use of emerging bedside body composition techniques to identify patients at nutritional risk.
Purpose of review: This review describes considerations preintensive care unit (ICU), within ICU and in the post-ICU period regarding nutrition management and the current state of the literature base informing clinical care.

Recent findings: Within ICU, studies have focussed on the first 5-7 days of illness in mechanically ventilated patients who are heterogeneous and with minimal consideration to premorbid nutrition state. Many evidence gaps ...

Nutrition ; Alimentation ; Soins intensifs

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The Role of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists on the Critical Care Interdisciplinary Team | Juillet 2022 H Nouveau

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Unhealthy diet in schizophrenia spectrum disorders | Mai 2022 H

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Purpose of review: The high mortality and prevalence of metabolic syndrome in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD) is maintained by poor diet. This narrative review summarizes recent literature to provide a reflection of current eating habits, dietary preferences, and nutritional status of SSD patients. Elucidating these factors provides new insights for potential lifestyle treatment strategies for SSD.

Recent findings: Only 10.7% of the SSD patients had a healthy dietary pattern, against 23% of the general population. The dietic component of the Keeping the Body in Mind Xtend lifestyle program increased diet quality with 10% for young people with first-episode psychosis, compared to baseline, which was predominantly driven by increased vegetable variety and amounts.

Summary: Recent findings render poor dietary habits as potential targets for treatment of SSD patients. Further studies into anti-inflammatory diets and associations with gut-brain biomarkers are warranted. When proven, structured and supervised diet interventions may help SSD patients escape from this entrapment, as only supplementing nutrients or providing dietary advice lacks the impact to significantly reduce the risk of chronic physical illnesses.
Purpose of review: The high mortality and prevalence of metabolic syndrome in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD) is maintained by poor diet. This narrative review summarizes recent literature to provide a reflection of current eating habits, dietary preferences, and nutritional status of SSD patients. Elucidating these factors provides new insights for potential lifestyle treatment strategies for SSD.

Recent findings: Only ...

Nutrition ; Alimentation ; Inflammation (Pathologie) - Diétothérapie ; Schizophrénie

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Physical therapists have unique education in the comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment and treatment of chronic pain and its mechanisms. Recently, physical therapists have raised awareness regarding the impact of nutrition on promoting health and managing noncommunicable diseases. Robust evidence supports the implementation of nutrition in physical therapist education and practice. Of particular interest for the physical therapist are investigations that use dietary interventions for the treatment of chronic pain. Yet physical therapists have received little guidance regarding their role in nutrition care for pain management and may pass on opportunities to counsel their patients on the connection between nutrition and pain. Therefore, a clinical paradigm shift and unified voice within the profession is called on to encourage physical therapists to develop tailored multimodal lifestyle interventions that include nutrition care for the management of chronic pain. This Perspective describes evidence supporting the implementation of nutrition care in physical therapist practice, supports the role of nutritional pain management for physical therapists, and encourages the use of nutrition care for primary, secondary, tertiary, prevention, health promotion, and wellness related to chronic pain. To achieve these aims, this Perspective offers suggestions for how physical therapists can (1) enhance clinical decision making; (2) expand professional, jurisdictional, and personal scope of practice; (3) evolve entry-level education; and (4) stimulate new investigations in nutrition care and pain science research. In doing so, physical therapists can assert their role throughout the pain management continuum, champion innovative research initiatives, and enhance public health by reducing the impact of chronic pain.

Impact
The nutrition care process for pain management is defined as the basic duty to provide adequate and appropriate nutrition education and counseling to people living with pain. Including the nutrition care process as part of a multimodal approach to pain management provides an opportunity for physical therapists to assert their role throughout the pain management continuum. This includes championing innovative research initiatives and enhancing public health by reducing the impact of chronic pain for over 50 million Americans.
Physical therapists have unique education in the comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment and treatment of chronic pain and its mechanisms. Recently, physical therapists have raised awareness regarding the impact of nutrition on promoting health and managing noncommunicable diseases. Robust evidence supports the implementation of nutrition in physical therapist education and practice. Of particular interest for the physical therapist are ...

Nutrition ; Physiothérapie

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Background
Home enteral nutrition (HEN) use continues to increase in children unable to meet nutritional needs through oral intake. Some patients do not tolerate standard polymeric formula (SPF), which may lead to malnutrition. Use of peptide-based diet (PBD) has demonstrated benefits in adults, however there remains a paucity of data in pediatric population.

Methods
Retrospective review of medical records of children receiving HEN between October 2015 and October 2019 was conducted. Nutrition, tolerance, and healthcare utilization was tracked through May 2020. Children receiving PBD as initial formula or transitioned to PBD from SPF were included. Our objective was to assess gastrointestinal tolerance and impact on healthcare utilization in children receiving PBD.

Results
During study period, 30 children (mean age, 9 ± 5.44 years; 20 of 30 [66.7%] male) utilized PBDs. Twenty-one patients started PBD directly with malnutrition as primary indication. Nine patients transitioned from SPF to PBD, most often due to intolerance of SPF (66%). After transition to PBD, no symptoms were reported in 6 of 9 (66.7%) patients, and symptoms of SPF intolerance resolved in 4 of 9 (44.5%) patients. Healthcare utilization declined significantly after transition to PBD, including mean numbers of emergency room visits (0.78 ± 1.09 to 0.11 ± 0.33; P = .025), provider visits (1.67 ± 1.32 to 0.56 ± 0.73; P = .007), and phone calls (1.22 ± 1.39 to 0.33 ± 0.50; P = .026).

Conclusions
PBD is well tolerated and can result in significant reduction in healthcare utilization in children intolerant to SPF.
Background
Home enteral nutrition (HEN) use continues to increase in children unable to meet nutritional needs through oral intake. Some patients do not tolerate standard polymeric formula (SPF), which may lead to malnutrition. Use of peptide-based diet (PBD) has demonstrated benefits in adults, however there remains a paucity of data in pediatric population.

Methods
Retrospective review of medical records of children receiving HEN between ...

Soins à domicile ; Pédiatrie ; Nutrition

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Nutrition priorities in obese critically ill patients | Mars 2022 H

Article (Nutrition clinique)

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Purpose of review: During critical illness, several neuroendocrine, inflammatory, immune, adipokine, and gastrointestinal tract hormone pathways are activated; some of which are more intensified among obese compared with nonobese patients. Nutrition support may mitigate some of these effects. Nutrition priorities in obese critically ill patients include screening for nutritional risk, estimation of energy and protein requirement, and provision of macronutrients and micronutrients.

Recent findings: Estimation of energy requirement in obese critically ill patients is challenging because of variations in body composition among obese patients and absence of reliable predictive equations for energy expenditure. Whereas hypocaloric nutrition with high protein has been advocated in obese critically ill patients, supporting data are scarce. Recent studies did not show differences in outcomes between hypocaloric and eucaloric nutrition, except for better glycemic control. Sarcopenia is common among obese patients, and the provision of increased protein intake has been suggested to mitigate catabolic changes especially after the acute phase of critical illness. However, high-quality data on high protein intake in these patients are lacking. Micronutrient deficiencies among obese critically ill patients are common but the role of their routine supplementation requires further study.

Summary: An individualized approach for nutritional support may be needed for obese critically ill patients but high-quality evidence is lacking. Future studies should focus on nutrition priorities in this population, with efficient and adequately powered studies.
Purpose of review: During critical illness, several neuroendocrine, inflammatory, immune, adipokine, and gastrointestinal tract hormone pathways are activated; some of which are more intensified among obese compared with nonobese patients. Nutrition support may mitigate some of these effects. Nutrition priorities in obese critically ill patients include screening for nutritional risk, estimation of energy and protein requirement, and provision ...

Obésité ; Obésité - Aspect nutritionnel ; Nutrition

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Back pain associated with centrally administered parenteral nutrition | Février 2022 H

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Parenteral nutrition (PN) is well recognized for its ability to provide nutrition to patients without the ability to digest enterally; however, PN must also be seen as a medication with associated adverse drug events similar to any other pharmacological agent that is administered to patients. Here we present a case report of localized lower back pain with central PN infusion. The initial areas of concern were the intravenous lipid emulsion, peripherally inserted central catheter placement, osmolarity of the formula, and the additives. The patient's back pain was ultimately felt to be an adverse reaction to the multivitamin component of the infusion based on an elimination trial of the PN components.
Parenteral nutrition (PN) is well recognized for its ability to provide nutrition to patients without the ability to digest enterally; however, PN must also be seen as a medication with associated adverse drug events similar to any other pharmacological agent that is administered to patients. Here we present a case report of localized lower back pain with central PN infusion. The initial areas of concern were the intravenous lipid emulsion, ...

Dorsalgie ; Nutrition

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Malnutrition screening and diagnosis tools: Implications for practice | Février 2022 H

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Despite the prevalence of protein-calorie malnutrition (PCM) in acute-care hospitals and long-term care centers, a national and global consensus on nutrition screening and malnutrition diagnosis is lacking. PCM is associated with various acute and chronic complications, such as impaired wound healing, increased risk for infection, debility, and increased risk for rehospitalization. The consequences of PCM are also incredibly costly to both the patient and the healthcare facility. The purpose of this paper is to identify nutrition screening tools and malnutrition diagnosis tools currently being utilized in acute-care healthcare centers across the United States.
Despite the prevalence of protein-calorie malnutrition (PCM) in acute-care hospitals and long-term care centers, a national and global consensus on nutrition screening and malnutrition diagnosis is lacking. PCM is associated with various acute and chronic complications, such as impaired wound healing, increased risk for infection, debility, and increased risk for rehospitalization. The consequences of PCM are also incredibly costly to both the ...

Malnutrition ; Nutrition

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Impaired mobility is the most common form of functional disability in the US, affecting one out of every sixteen working-age adults. Little is known about the barriers to and facilitators of healthy eating among people with impaired mobility (PWIM), who are at increased risk for diet-related chronic disease. The pathways by which impaired mobility influence dietary intake are unclear, yet likely involve a complex interplay between structural determinants of health and individual factors. To help advance nutrition equity initiatives for PWIM, this systematic review aimed to qualitatively synthesize factors associated with dietary intake across four levels of ecologic influence. An interprofessional team devised a comprehensive search strategy to identify these factors among working-age (18–64 years) PWIM. We queried Ovid MEDLINE, Web of Science, Scopus, and Embase via Ovid for articles published between January 1, 1990 and April 25, 2021. Twelve studies met our review criteria. We classified factors within one of four ecologic levels of influence: individual, social, environmental, and policy/program. Most studies disproportionately reported on personal level factors of influence, with less information on other levels of influence. This systematic review is an important first step for informing the design of evidence-based strategies to support healthy eating among PWIM. However, it also reveals a wide chasm in the needed information to adequately bridge structural determinants of this nutrition divide. More studies are needed that include rigorous measures of dietary intake and that aim to elicit how social, environmental, and policy-level factors contribute to dietary disparities among PWIM.
Impaired mobility is the most common form of functional disability in the US, affecting one out of every sixteen working-age adults. Little is known about the barriers to and facilitators of healthy eating among people with impaired mobility (PWIM), who are at increased risk for diet-related chronic disease. The pathways by which impaired mobility influence dietary intake are unclear, yet likely involve a complex interplay between structural ...

Nutrition ; Déficience physique ; Diététique

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Treatment of eating disorders in older people: a systematic review | Octobre 2021 H

Article (Gériatrie - gérontologie)

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Background
Historically, eating disorders were not identified in older populations and it is only in more recent times that there is greater recognition of the existence of eating disorders among the elderly. This is despite the high level of morbidity and mortality associated with these disorders. Current guidelines focus on treatment of eating disorders within the adolescent and general adult age groups, without apparent concessions made for the older age group. The aim of this study was to review existing literature on the demographics and treatment of eating disorders in older people.

Methods/design
A systematic review of the literature was conducted using CINAHL, MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycInfo, Scopus, and Web of Science to identify publications focusing on treatment of eating disorders in people over the age of 65 years, age of diagnosis, gender distribution, treatment setting, and treatment outcomes.

Results
A total of 35 articles (reporting on 39 cases) were relevant to our study, with 33 of the 35 articles being either case studies or case series. The mean age of participants was 73.2 years (range 66–94 years) with the majority (84.6%) being female. Most cases (84.6%) were diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, and 56.4% of all cases were reported as late onset (i.e., after age 40 years). The vast majority (94.8%) received treatment, of which 51.5% was hospital-based treatment. In case descriptions where improvement was reported, the majority described a multidimensional approach that included a combination of hospital admission, therapy and pharmacotherapy. Overall, 79.5% of cases who underwent treatment for an eating disorder improved, while 20.5% relapsed or died as a result of the complications from their eating disorder. There were significant inconsistencies and omissions in the way cases were described, thereby impacting on the interpretation of the results and potential conclusions.

Conclusions
The information available on the treatment of eating disorders in people over the age of 65 years is limited. The quality of case reports to date makes it difficult to suggest specific assessment or treatment guidelines for this population.
Background
Historically, eating disorders were not identified in older populations and it is only in more recent times that there is greater recognition of the existence of eating disorders among the elderly. This is despite the high level of morbidity and mortality associated with these disorders. Current guidelines focus on treatment of eating disorders within the adolescent and general adult age groups, without apparent concessions made for ...

Personnes âgées ; Maladies de la nutrition chez la personne âgée ; Nutrition

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Table des matières:
Page 4-5: Des stratégies d'intervention en nutrition clinique et publique pour traiter l'hyperphagie, contrer la COVID-19 et favoriser l'offre alimentaire.
Page 6-7:Mot de la présidente.
Page 9-13: Est-ce que les consommateurs feraient de meilleurs choix s'ils étaient mieux informés sur l'alimentation écoresponsable?
Page 14-18: Mieux comprendre le rôle de la mobilisation des connaissances dans l'écosystème d'innovation lié à la transformation alimentaire.
Page 19-37: Revue du rôle possible de la vitamine D dans le traitement de la COVID-19 et recommandations pratiques.
Page 39-43: Engouement pour l'alimentation locale: la valorisation des produits québécois peut-elle appuyer la santé publique?
Page 44-48: L'alimentation en pleine conscience pour le traitement du trouble d'accès hyperphagique.
Page 49-51: L'«alimentation pleine conscience» et l'«alimentation intuitive»: où se trouve la frontière avec la psychothérapie?
Page 52-53: Congrès annuel de la Société canadienne de nutrition.
Page 54-55: Questionnaire pour l'obtention de crédits.
Table des matières:
Page 4-5: Des stratégies d'intervention en nutrition clinique et publique pour traiter l'hyperphagie, contrer la COVID-19 et favoriser l'offre alimentaire.
Page 6-7:Mot de la présidente.
Page 9-13: Est-ce que les consommateurs feraient de meilleurs choix s'ils étaient mieux informés sur l'alimentation écoresponsable?
Page 14-18: Mieux comprendre le rôle de la mobilisation des connaissances dans l'écosystème d'innovation lié à ...

Nutrition ; Santé publique ; SCIENCES DE LA SANTÉ ; Hyperphagie ; COVID-19

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Unplanned readmission may result in consequences for both the individual and society. The transition of patients from hospital to postdischarge settings often represents a discontinuity of care and is considered crucial in the prevention of avoidable readmissions. In older patients, physical decline and malnutrition are considered risk factors for readmission. The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of nutritional and physical exercise interventions alone or in combination after hospital admission on the risk of hospital readmission among older people. A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled studies was conducted. The search involved seven databases (Medline, AMED, the Cochrane Library, CINAHL, Embase (Ovid), Food Science Source and Web of Science) and was conducted in November 2018. An update of this search was performed in March 2020. Studies involving older adults (65 years and above) investigating the effect of nutritional and/or physical exercise interventions on hospital readmission were included. A total of 11 randomized controlled studies (five nutritional, five physical exercise and one combined intervention) were included and assessed for quality using the updated Cochrane Risk of Bias Tool. Nutritional interventions resulted in a significant reduction in readmissions (RR 0.84; 95% CI 0.70–1.00, p = 0.049), while physical exercise interventions did not reduce readmissions (RR 1.05; 95% CI 0.84–1.31, p-value = 0.662). This meta-analysis suggests that nutrition support aiming to optimize energy intake according to patients’ needs may reduce the risk of being readmitted to the hospital for people aged 65 years or older.
Unplanned readmission may result in consequences for both the individual and society. The transition of patients from hospital to postdischarge settings often represents a discontinuity of care and is considered crucial in the prevention of avoidable readmissions. In older patients, physical decline and malnutrition are considered risk factors for readmission. The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of nutritional and physical ...

Nutrition ; Exercices pour personnes âgées ; Exercice ; Physiothérapie

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To test the hypothesis that esophageal and sphincteric sensory-motor reflexes are distinct across maturation in infants with dysphagia receiving gastrostomy-tube (G-tube). This is a retrospective review of 29 dysphagic infants (N = 15 study requiring gastrostomy, N = 14 age matched control achieving oral feeds) that underwent longitudinal pharyngeal-esophageal manometry at 42.3 (37–50.2) weeks postmenstrual age (PMA) and 48.9 (43.3–57.9) weeks PMA. Graded stimuli (0.1–5 mL) of varying media (air, water, and apple juice) tested esophageal peristaltic reflex, upper esophageal sphincter contractile reflex (UESCR), and lower esophageal sphincter relaxation reflex (LESRR). Comparisons were performed between study and controls and across maturation (time-1 vs time-2). Data represented as mean ± SE or OR (95% CI). Across maturation (time-1 vs time-2): Study infants did not exhibit significant differences across in peristaltic, UES, or LES reflexes (all p > 0.05). In contrast, controls exhibited increased UES resting pressure (13 ± 3 vs 17 ± 3 mmHg, p = 0.001), LES resting pressure (22 ± 3 vs 25 ± 3 mmHg, p < 0.009), LES nadir pressure (0.5 ± 1 vs 4.3 ± 1 mmHg, p = 0.001), and esophago-deglutition responses [2.5 (1.23–4.88), p = 0.04], and decreased secondary peristalsis [0.44 (0.31–0.61), p = 0.001], UESCR [0.4 (0.25–0.65), p = 0.001], LESRR [0.4 (0.24–0.75), p = 0.01], and symptoms [0.6 (0.45–0.83), p = 0.005]. Among infants with dysphagia, esophageal provocation induced peristaltic reflex, UESCR, and LESRR advance with longitudinal maturation when infants are oral-fed successfully, but not in those who received gastrostomy. Underlying mechanisms may be related to esophageal sensitivity, afferent or efferent transmission, and coordination of upstream excitation and downstream inhibition, which can be potential therapeutic targets for improving feeding capabilities after gastrostomy placement in infants with dysphagia.
To test the hypothesis that esophageal and sphincteric sensory-motor reflexes are distinct across maturation in infants with dysphagia receiving gastrostomy-tube (G-tube). This is a retrospective review of 29 dysphagic infants (N = 15 study requiring gastrostomy, N = 14 age matched control achieving oral feeds) that underwent longitudinal pharyngeal-esophageal manometry at 42.3 (37–50.2) weeks postmenstrual age (PMA) and 48.9 (43.3–57.9) weeks ...

Nutrition ; ENFANTS ; Troubles de la déglutition

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- 1204 p.
Cote : QU145 A942a 2021

Les connaissances, les méthodes et leurs applications. La Bible du Nutritionniste, au coeur de la collection Diététique et Nutrition Humaine a un unique but : votre réussite. Tout y est utile. Vous trouverez ici la totalité de ce que vos patients attendent et de ce qu'un jury d'examen peut vous demander. Rien n'est laissé au hasard.

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Alimentation ; Nutrition ; Régimes alimentaires

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Effects of oral nutrition supplements in persons with dementia: A systematic review | Janvier-février 2021 H

Article (Gériatrie - gérontologie)

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Objective
Persons with dementia are at risk of malnutrition, evidenced by low dietary intake, which has consequences for nutritional status, activity of daily living and disease progression. The effects of oral nutrition supplements (ONS) on nutritional intake, nutritional status, and cognitive and physical outcomes in older persons with dementia were evaluated.

Methods
PubMed, Medline, Embase, CINAHL and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched in December 2017, and this was repeated in May 2019. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Analysis (PRISMA) checklist was used. Papers were considered if they presented experimental clinical trials using oral nutritional supplements to persons diagnosed with dementia, including Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment, and conducted in hospitals, nursing homes or homes.

Results
We included ten articles reporting nine clinical trials. A total of 407 persons with dementia were included, of whom 228 used ONS for 7 to 180 days. Nutritional intake improved by 201 to 600 kcal/day. Energy intake from ordinary foods was not affected, thus ONS improved the persons daily intake of energy and protein. Body weight, muscle mass, and nutritional biomarkers in blood improved in the intervention groups compared with the control groups. No effects on cognition or physical outcomes were observed.

Conclusion
ONS increases the intake of energy and protein and improves nutritional status in persons with dementia; however, RCTs with longer intervention periods are needed to investigate the impact on cognitive and functional outcomes.
Objective
Persons with dementia are at risk of malnutrition, evidenced by low dietary intake, which has consequences for nutritional status, activity of daily living and disease progression. The effects of oral nutrition supplements (ONS) on nutritional intake, nutritional status, and cognitive and physical outcomes in older persons with dementia were evaluated.

Methods
PubMed, Medline, Embase, CINAHL and the Cochrane Central Register of ...

Nutrition ; Malnutrition ; Personnes âgées

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- 492 p.
Cote : QU145 B426n 2021

Nutrition ; Nutriments ; Santé - Aspect nutritionnel

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- 586 p.
Cote : QU145 B878n 2020

Packed with insight from leading experts, Brown's Nutrition Through the Life Cycle, Seventh Edition, shows how nutrition impacts healthy people as they grow, develop and function through life stages. Extremely reader friendly, the text features a vibrant full-color design and is packed with illustrations that make abstract ideas easy to visualize. Using a unique "layered approach," it progresses from preconception to the end stages of the life cycle, alternating chapters between normal and clinical nutrition to give you the complete picture. It reflects the latest research and dietary guidelines in its comprehensive coverage of nutritional needs, nutrition and health disease outcomes, model programs, healthful diets, nutrients, gene variants, nutrient-gene interactions and more. Case studies give you further insight into clinical applications and care standards in real-world practice.
Packed with insight from leading experts, Brown's Nutrition Through the Life Cycle, Seventh Edition, shows how nutrition impacts healthy people as they grow, develop and function through life stages. Extremely reader friendly, the text features a vibrant full-color design and is packed with illustrations that make abstract ideas easy to visualize. Using a unique "layered approach," it progresses from preconception to the end stages of the life ...

Nutrition ; Santé - Aspect nutritionnel ; Nutriments

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- 223 p.
Cote : TX837 C485v 2020

Vous souhaitez devenir végétalien ou simplement végétaliser votre alimentation, mais vous ne savez pas par quoi remplacer le poisson, la viande et les produits laitiers ? Vous vous interrogez sur le risque de carences en protéines, fer, calcium et autres nutriments ? Une alimentation végétalienne bien équilibrée permet de combler tous les besoins de l'organisme et de jouir d'une bonne santé. À long terme, elle contribue à diminuer les risques de maladies du coeur, de goutte, de diabète de type 2 et de plusieurs types de cancers.
Vous souhaitez devenir végétalien ou simplement végétaliser votre alimentation, mais vous ne savez pas par quoi remplacer le poisson, la viande et les produits laitiers ? Vous vous interrogez sur le risque de carences en protéines, fer, calcium et autres nutriments ? Une alimentation végétalienne bien équilibrée permet de combler tous les besoins de l'organisme et de jouir d'une bonne santé. À long terme, elle contribue à diminuer les risques de ...

Menus - Planification ; Cuisine végétalienne ; Cuisine santé - Recettes ; Alimentation ; Nutrition

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- 238 p.
Cote : WB405 H957t 2020

Isabelle Huot et Nathalie Regimbal se retrouvent à nouveau pour aider les familles à concocter des repas simples, savoureux et équilibrés. Appuyés sur des recherches cliniques et des données en psychologie, les menus (60 recettes réparties sur 6 semaines complètes, avec lunchs et collations!) ont été élaborés pour satisfaire tous les besoins nutritionnels des familles.

La maisonnée doit composer avec des allergies alimentaires? Un ado souhaite devenir végétarien? Un enfant souffre de surpoids? De nombreux textes explicatifs sont là pour guider les parents qui cherchent à résoudre les petits et les grands problèmes de l'alimentation en famille. Toutes les recettes sont accompagnées de leurs valeurs nutritionnelles.
Isabelle Huot et Nathalie Regimbal se retrouvent à nouveau pour aider les familles à concocter des repas simples, savoureux et équilibrés. Appuyés sur des recherches cliniques et des données en psychologie, les menus (60 recettes réparties sur 6 semaines complètes, avec lunchs et collations!) ont été élaborés pour satisfaire tous les besoins nutritionnels des familles.

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Cuisine santé - Recettes ; Enfants - Alimentation ; Nutrition

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- 381 p.
Cote : WJ300 E78 2020

Work began on revisions to “The Essential Guide for Renal Dietitians” in June of 2016. Since that time, a group of 37 Renal Dietitians collaborated to create this valuable reference guide to support dietitians who work with people who have chronic kidney disease. The Essential Guide has grown from 209 to 318 pages and includes the latest renal, diabetic and cardiac nutrition guidelines with updates to every section. In addition, five new sections are included to cover self-management support, the nutrition care process, pregnancy, the vegetarian diet and hepatorenal syndrome.
Work began on revisions to “The Essential Guide for Renal Dietitians” in June of 2016. Since that time, a group of 37 Renal Dietitians collaborated to create this valuable reference guide to support dietitians who work with people who have chronic kidney disease. The Essential Guide has grown from 209 to 318 pages and includes the latest renal, diabetic and cardiac nutrition guidelines with updates to every section. In addition, five new ...

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Huot, Isabelle [3]

Birt, Diane F. [2]

Boyer Élise [2]

Brochu, Mylène Duplessis [2]

Côté, Stéphanie [2]

Deschamps, Julie [2]

Joly-Gomez, Francisca [2]

Marquis, Marie [2]

Marriott, Bernadette P. [2]

Montpetit, Linda [2]

Schlienger, Jean-Louis [2]

Stallings, Virginia A. [2]

Yates, Allison A. [2]

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics [1]

Agullo, Laëtitia [1]

Amigon-Waterlot, Sandrine [1]

Apfelbaum, Marian [1]

Arsava, Ethem Murat [1]

Auvinet, Eugénie [1]

Bailey, Christine [1]

Bélanger, Marc [1]

Béliveau, Dominique [1]

Bernstein, Melissa [1]

Berthelot, Louis [1]

Boullata, Joseph I. [1]

Bourre, Jean-Marie [1]

Brefere, Lisa M. [1]

Brennstuhl, Marie-Jo [1]

Brown, Judith [1]

Canadian Association of Nephrology Dietitians [1]

Carr, Kris [1]

Champoux, Nathalie [1]

Charron, Marise [1]

Chos, Didier [1]

Collège des enseignants de Nutrition [1]

Cook, Doug [1]

Crosbie, Casey [1]

Desaulniers, Élise [1]

Desaulniers, Louise [1]

Desgroseillers, Julie [1]

Desrosiers, Ariane [1]

Diététistes du Canada [1]

Drummond, Karen Eich [1]

Dubest, Isabel Gomez [1]

Dubuc-Fortin, Emmanuelle [1]

Dubus, Michèle [1]

Dudek, Susan G. [1]

Dufour, Anne [1]

Escott-Stump, Sylvia [1]

Eulalie, Astrid [1]

Ferland, Guylaine [1]

Ferry, Monique [1]

Fondation Olo [1]

Fung, Jason [1]

Garnier, Carole [1]

Gilbert, Joyce [1]

Golden, Neville H. [1]

Gourdon, Véronique [1]

Grand, Philippe [1]

Greer, Frank R. [1]

Greger, Michael [1]

Gruman, Raphaël [1]

Hausman, Patricia [1]

Hébert, Émilie [1]

Hess-Halpern, Céline [1]

Hirschauer, Caroline [1]

Hofmann, Laurie [1]

Houlbert, Angélique [1]

Huang, Aria Hai Ying [1]

Hueda, María Chávarri [1]

Hurley, Judith Benn [1]

Ikizler, T. Alp [1]

Ireton-Jones, Carol [1]

Jacquot, Raymond [1]

Jeannier, Céline [1]

Kämmerer, Ulrike [1]

Kleinman, Ronald E. [1]

Knoil, Gerd [1]

Lagacé, Jacqueline [1]

Lambert-Lagacé, Louise [1]

Larose, Karine [1]

Lavallée, Bernard [1]

Lawren, Bill [1]

LeBlanc, Marie-Josée [1]

Lecko, Caroline [1]

Lee, Martin [1]

Léger, Marie-Pierre [1]

Lejeune, Hélène [1]

Lemieux, Catherine [1]

Leroux, Marie-Pier [1]

Leroux, Rémi [1]

Loberg, Kristin [1]

Lock, James [1]

Loiselle, Amélie [1]

Lorieux, Alexia [1]

Masdoua, Virginie [1]

Meunier, Anne-Laure [1]

Mischlich, Danièle [1]

Mitch, William E. [1]

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Nutrition [120]

Alimentation [46]

Santé - Aspect nutritionnel [16]

Habitudes alimentaires [15]

Cuisine santé - Recettes [10]

Diététique [9]

Diétothérapie [9]

Régimes alimentaires [8]

Troubles de la déglutition [8]

Personnes âgées - Alimentation [6]

Cancer [5]

Enfants - Alimentation [5]

Intestins - Maladies - Prévention [4]

Maladies - Aspect nutritionnel [4]

Vieillissement - Aspect nutritionnel [4]

Grossesse [3]

Maladie d'Alzheimer - Aspect nutritionnel [3]

Malnutrition [3]

Nourrissons - Alimentation [3]

Nutriments [3]

Perte de poids [3]

Physiothérapie [3]

Risques alimentaires [3]

Soins intensifs [3]

Aliments [2]

Aliments - Achat [2]

Aliments - Composition - Tables [2]

Anorexie mentale [2]

Cancer - Aspect nutritionnel [2]

Cuisine pour boîtes à lunch [2]

Exercice [2]

Familles pauvres [2]

Grossesse - Aspect nutritionnel [2]

Insuffisance rénale chronique - Traitement [2]

Maladies d'origine nutritionnelle [2]

Maladies de la nutrition [2]

Maladies de la nutrition chez la personne âgée [2]

Maladies graves - Aspect nutritionel [2]

Menus - Planification [2]

Pédiatrie [2]

Personnes âgées [2]

Régimes amaigrissants [2]

Régimes cétogènes [2]

Reins - Maladies [2]

Reins - Maladies - Diétothérapie [2]

Soins à domicile [2]

Activités [1]

Adolescence [1]

Alimentation - Méditerranée, Région de la [1]

Alimentation entérale - Guides, manuels, etc. [1]

Alimentation parentérale [1]

Aliments - Achat - Aspect de l'environnement [1]

Aliments - Étiquetage [1]

Allergie alimentaire [1]

Appareil digestif [1]

Arithmétique pharmaceutique [1]

Arrêt cardiaque - Traitement [1]

Arthrose - Aspect nutritionnel [1]

Biblio-Santé - Aîné et vieillissement [1]

Cancer - Diétothérapie - Recettes [1]

Cancéreux [1]

Cancéreux - Alimentation [1]

Cataracte (Ophtalmologie) [1]

Cerveau - Maladies - Aspect nutritionnel [1]

Chirurgie [1]

Côlon irritable [1]

Condition physique des femmes enceintes [1]

COVID-19 [1]

Cuisine [1]

Cuisine santé [1]

Cuisine végétalienne [1]

Cuisine végétarienne [1]

CUISINE, recettes [1]

Déficience physique [1]

Diabète [1]

Diabète - Aspect nutritionnel [1]

Diabète - Diétothérapie [1]

Diététique - Dictionnaires français [1]

Dorsalgie [1]

Douleur - Prévention [1]

Douleur chronique [1]

Endocrinologie [1]

Endoscopie [1]

ENFANTS [1]

Enfants - Maladies [1]

Exercices amaigrissants [1]

Exercices pour personnes âgées [1]

Femmes enceintes - Santé et hygiène [1]

Foie - Maladies [1]

Gériatrie [1]

Glaucome [1]

Hyperphagie [1]

Immunité naturelle [1]

Immunonutrition [1]

Infection [1]

Infirmité motrice cérébrale [1]

Inflammation (Pathologie) - Diétothérapie [1]

Insuffisance rénale chronique - Prévention [1]

Interactions médicamenteuses [1]

Interactions médicaments-aliments [1]

Intestins - Microbiologie [1]

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