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Diet, Nutrition, and Fetal Programming [electronic resource] / edited by Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel.

Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Humana Press, 2017.
Series:
Nutrition and Health
Nutrition and Health
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (XXXIX, 621 pages 154 illustrations, 111 illustrations in color.)
Subjects:
Medicine.
Maternal and child health services.
Diet therapy.
Clinical biochemistry.
Local subjects:
Medicine & Public Health. (search)
Clinical Nutrition. (search)
Medical Biochemistry. (search)
Maternal and Child Health. (search)
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Summary:
This volume offers the most comprehensive coverage on fetal programming. Chapters are written by authors of international and national standing, leaders in the field and trendsetters. The clinical relevance of the current research is emphasized in each chapter, which also contains key points, key words, and concise summaries for ease of learning. Fetal programming affects conditions in the immediate postnatal period, as well as in later life and adulthood. These conditions include cardiovascular disease, frank hypertension, stroke, dyslipidemia, coagulopathy, increased insulin resistance-metabolic syndrome, type-2 diabetes, leukemia, testicular cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, polycystic ovary syndrome, precocious puberty, impaired immune function, renal disease, lung disease, and osteoporosis. Neuropathologies, behavioral and mental deficiencies, schizophrenia, and depression have also been reported in adults who were exposed to nutritional inadequacies in utero. Diet, Nutrition and Fetal Programming provides an overview on the effects of fetal programming on disease, and comprehensive looks at maternal nutrition factors and fetal programming effects on brain and behavior, and physiology and disease. It also provides an in depth look at specific nutrient restrictions and supplements on physiology and disease, the effects of maternal disease on fetal programming, mechanisms of programming, and a special section on the international aspects and policies on fetal programming.
Contents:
Part I: Maternal Diet, Health and the Fetus: General Considerations
Prenatal Maternal Stress in the Context: Maternal Stress Physiology, Immunology, Neuroendocrinology, Nutrition and Infant Development
The Effects of Parental Diet on Fetal Programming of Stress-Related Brain Regions and Behaviors: Implications for Development of Neuropsychiatric Disorders
Maternal Nutrition and Cognition
Maternal Characteristics predisposing to Fetal Growth Restriction
Maternal Insulin Sensitivity and Fetal Brain Activity
Part II: Maternal Undernutrition and Protein Restriction: Effects on Fetus
Dietary Restriction and the Endocrine Profiles in Offspring and Adults
Maternal Undernutrition and Visceral Adiposity
Maternal Undernutrition and Long-term Effects on Hepatic Function
Maternal Protein Restriction and its Effects on Heart
Effects of Maternal Protein Restriction on Nephrogenesis and Adult and Aging Kidney
Maternal Protein Restriction and Effects on Behavior and Memory in Offspring
Part III: Effects of Obesity, High Fat Diet and Junk Food on Fetal Outcomes
Trends in Obesity and Implications for the Fetus
Maternal Obesity and Implications for Fetal Programming
Ethnicity, Obesity, and Pregnancy Outcomes on Fetal Programming
Obesogenic Programming of Foetal Hepatic Metabolism by MircoRNAs
Impacts of Maternal High Fat Diet on Stree-related Behavior and the Endocrine Response to Stress in Offspring
Materna; Junk Food Diets: The Effects on Offspring Fat Mass and Food Preferences
Part IV: Specific Dietary Components
Maternal Fish Intake During Pregnancy and Effects on the Offspring
Maternal Fish Oil Intake and Insulin Resistance in the Offspring
Maternal n-3 Fatty Acids and Blood Pressure in Children
Maternal Folate, Methyl Donors, One Carbon Metabolism, Vitamin B12 and Choline in Fetal Programming
Maternal Taurine Supplementation Prevents Misprogramming
Fetal Programming: Maternal Diets, Tryptophan and Postnatal Development
Intrauterine Programming and Effects of Caffeine
Part V: International Aspects and Policies
Famines, Pregnancy and Effect on the Adults
Maternal Malnutrition, Fetal Programming, Outcomes and Strategies in India
Maternal Nutritional Factors Dictating Birth Weights: African Perspectives
Maternal Nutrition in Ireland: Issues of Public Concern
Maternal Malnutrition, Fetal Programming, Outcomes, and Implications of Environmental Factors in Japan
Part VI: Effects of Fetal Programming in Childhood and Adulthood
Growth Criteria and Predictors of Fetal Programming
Effects of Fetal Programming on Metabolic Syndrome
Fetal Programming of Food Preferences and Feeding Behavior
Effects of Fetal Programming on Osteoporosis
Childhood Sleep after Fetal Growth Restriction
Part VII: Mechanisms of Programming
Biomarkers of Abnormal Birth Weight in Pregnancy
Mechanisms of Programming: Pancreatic Islets and Fetal Programming
Pancratic GABA and Serotonin Actions in the Pancreas and Fetal Programming of Metabolism
Maternal Malnutrition, Glucocorticoids and Fetal Programming: A Role for Placental 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase Type 2
High-fat Diet and Fetal Programming: Use of p66Shc Knockouts and Implications for Human Kind
Fetal Programming of Telomere Biology: Role of Maternal Nutrition, Obstetric Risk Factors and Suboptimal Birth Outcomes. Part VIII: Resources
Current Research and Recommended Resources on Fetal Nutrition.
Contributor:
Rajendram, Rajkumar. editor.
Preedy, Victor R. editor.
Patel, Vinood B. editor.
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ISBN:
9783319602899
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-60289-9 doi
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