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[book cover] Community Nutrition for Developing Countries

Edited by Norman J. Temple and Nelia Steyn

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March 2016

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About the Book

Nutrition textbooks used by universities and colleges in developing countries have very often been written by scholars who live and work in North America or the United Kingdom. And while the research and information they present is sound, the nutrition-related health challenges with which developing countries must grapple differ considerably from those found in highly industrialized Western nations. The primary aim of Community Nutrition for Developing Countries is to provide a book that meets the needs of nutritionists and other health professionals living and working in developing countries. Written by both scholars and practitioners, the volume draws on their wealth of knowledge, experience, and understanding of nutrition in developing countries to provide nutrition professionals with all the information they require. Each chapter addresses a specific nutrition challenge currently faced by developing countries such as food security, food safety, disease prevention, maternal health, and effective nutrition policy. In addition, the volume serves as an invaluable resource for those developing and implementing nutrition education programmes. With an emphasis on nutritional education as a means to prevent disease and effectively manage health disorders, it is the hope of the nearly three dozen contributors to this work that it will enhance the health and well-being of low-income populations throughout the world.

 

About the Editors

Norman J. Temple, professor of nutrition at Athabasca University, Canada, has published more than 80 papers, predominantly in the area of nutrition as it relates to health and disease, and has published more than a dozen books. He conducts collaborative research in Cape Town on the role of the changing diet in South Africa and the pattern of chronic diseases in South Africa.

Nelia Steyn, lives and works in South Africa. She is a senior lecturer in the Division of Human Nutrition at the University of Cape Town and has served as a consultant for the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

 

 

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DownloadForeword
Frits Pannekoek

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DownloadIntroduction

PART I. The Food and Nutrition Situation in Developing Countries

Download1. A Human Rights–Based Approach to Community and Public Nutrition: Theoretical Underpinnings and Evolving Experiences
Wenche Barth Eide and Eleni M. W. Maunder

Download2. Food Security, Dietary Diversity, and Biodiversity: Food and Nutrition Security in Developing Countries
Mieke Faber and Friede Wenhold

Download3. Food Cultures
Folake Samuel and Neelam Makhani

Download4. The Nutrition Transition in Developing Countries
H. H. Esté Vorster and Lesley T. Bourne

PART II. Lifecycle Nutrition

Download5. Nutrition During the First Thousand Days of Life, Part I: Pregnancy and Lactation
Lisanne M. du Plessis and Celeste E. Naude

Download6. Nutrition During the First Thousand Days of Life, Part II: Infant Feeding and Development
Lisanne M. du Plessis, Celeste E. Naude, and Rina Swart

Download7. Nutrition for School-age Children: Assessment, Analysis, and Action
Friede Wenhold, Ellen Muehlhoff, and H. Salome Kruger

Download8. Nutrient Requirements and Factors Affecting Nutritional Status in Older Adults
Karen E. Charlton, Monica Ferreira, and Jean M. Fourie

PART III. The Role of Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease

Download9. Nutritional Management of Multiple Nutrient Deficiencies
Michael K. Hendricks, H. Salome Kruger, and Thandi Puoane

Download10. Nutritional Management of HIV/AIDS, TB, and Other Infectious Diseases
Celeste E. Naude, Lisanne M. du Plessis, and Michael K. Hendricks

Download11. Nutritional Management of Diarrhoea
Joy Fraser and Alice N. Brako

Download12. Nutritional Management of Chronic Diseases
Renée Blaauw, Martani J. Lombard, Nelia Steyn, and Petro Wolmarans

Download13. Nutrition and Chronic Disease: Looking at the Big Picture
Norman J. Temple

PART IV. From Food Guides to Nutrition Education

Download14. Dietary Recommendations, Food Guides, and Food Labels
Norman J. Temple and Lesley T. Bourne

Download15. Nutrition Education
Jane Sherman and Ellen Muehlhoff

PART V. Key Components of Community-based Nutrition Programmes

Download16. Planning of Nutrition Programmes: An Outline
Jacob Setorglo and Matilda Steiner-Asiedu

Download17. Achieving Success in Community-Based Nutrition Programmes
Jacob Setorglo, Matilda Steiner-Asiedu, Thandi Puoane, David Sanders, and Kingsley K. Asare Pereko

Download18. The Evaluation of Community-based Nutrition Programmes
Oyediran Oyewole

PART VI. Population Nutrition and the Role of Government

Download19. Barriers to Progress Towards a Healthier Diet: The Need for Government Action
Norman J. Temple

Download20. The Development of Government Policies on Food and Nutrition
Jacob Setorglo, Matilda Steiner-Asiedu, and Ahmed Adu-Oppong

PART VII. Assessing Nutrition Status

Download21. Nutrition Surveillance
Jacob Setorglo and Matilda Steiner-Asiedu

Download22. Assessing Nutritional Status: Dietary Intake, Anthropometry, Clinical Signs and Symptoms, and Laboratory Tests
Alice N. Brako, Zandile Mchiza, and Whadi-ah Parker

PART VIII. Food Services and Food Safety

Download23. Providing Meals in Institutional Settings
Ronette Lategan, Pontsho Malibe, and Luzette van Niekerk

Download24. Food Quality and Food Safety
Wilna H. Oldewage-Theron and Abdulkadir A. Egal

PART IX. A Broader Perspective

Download25. The Nutrition Profession in Africa: Meeting Current and Future Challenges
Tola Atinmo and Oyediran Oyewole

Download26. The Problem of Misleading and Unscientific Information Regarding Nutrition
Norman J. Temple, Alice N. Brako, and Jacob Setorglo

Download27. Nutrition Challenges of a Changing World
Norman J. Temple, Megan Jamieson, and George Winter

DownloadAPPENDIX I. Sources of Reliable Information on Nutrition

DownloadAPPENDIX II. Aids to Calculations

DownloadAPPENDIX III. Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI)

DownloadList of Contributors