Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances

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Opis: Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances - Walter

It is generally accepted that the basic needs of vitamins are covered by the so-called Recommended Dietary Allowances, which were originally established mainly to prevent deficiencies. However, there is more and more scientific evidence accumulating that several vitamins have additional functions, each requiring a different, but usually higher amount than the one set for the prevention of the respective classical vitamin deficiency. Such additional functions include the radical scavenging effect of various antioxidant vitamins or the role of folate in the prevention of neural tube defects. This publication wants to substantiate the relations between the scientific evidence for selected functions and the respective vitamin intake; moreover, as some of the functions in question require several vitamins due to synergistic interactions, attention will also be paid to this aspect. Special measures could in the future contribute to lower public health costs.Part 1 Introduction and objectives: a conceptual approach for scientifically based guidelines, Walter, P., Hornig, D., Moser, U. Part 2 Recommendations for vitamin intake: dietary reference intakes - a new approach to setting nutrition standards in the USA and Canada, Yates, A.A.; recommendations for vitamin intake in the European Union and the use of reference values in existing and future community legislation, Mathioudakis, B. Part 3 Evidence for vitamin functions beyond recommended dietary allowances (RDAs): folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 - folic acid and neural tube defects, Wald, N.J., rationale for risk reduction of cardiovascular disease using homocysteine concentration in blood and plasma as biomarker - support by clinical data, Pietrzik, K., folate and vitamin B6 from diet and supplements in relation to risk of coronary heart disease among women, Rimm, E.B.; antioxidant vitamins - antioxidant vitamins - evidence from biomarkers in humans, Frei, B., McCall, M.R., synergistic effects of antioxidant vitamins Truscott, T.G., antioxidants and chronic disease - evidence from observational epidemiology, Rimm, E.B.; Stampfer, M.J., evidence from intervention studies, Biesalski, H.K.; vitamins and immunocompetence - mechanisms of vitamin-mediated anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory activity, Anderson, R., vitamin E and immune response in the aged, Meydani, S.N., Beharka, A.A.; emerging scientific evidence - vitamin K and tissue mineralization, Vermeer, C., Thijssen, H.H.W., Hamulyak, K., behavioural and mental functions, Stahelin, H.B., vitamins and regulation of gene expression, Azzi, A., Aratri, E., Boscoboinik, D. et al. Part 4 Discussions in working groups: folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 - relation to homocysteine and cardiovascular disease, Kok, F.J.; evidence of folic acid and folate in the prevention of neural tube defects, Scott, J.M.; functions of antioxidant vitamins beyond RDAs, Diplock, A.T., van Poppel, G.; vitamins and immunocompetence, Blumberg, J.B., Hughes, D.A.; emerging scientific evidence - vitamin K and bone metabolism - effects of vitamins on behaviour and cognition, Rambeck, W.A., Stahelin, H.B.


Szczegóły: Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances - Walter

Tytuł: Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances
Autor: Walter
Producent: Karger
ISBN: 9783805570732
Rok produkcji: 2000
Ilość stron: 214
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.6 kg


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Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances

  • Producent: Karger
  • Oprawa: Twarda

It is generally accepted that the basic needs of vitamins are covered by the so-called Recommended Dietary Allowances, which were originally established mainly to prevent deficiencies. However, there is more and more scientific evidence accumulating that several vitamins have additional functions, each requiring a different, but usually higher amount than the one set for the prevention of the respective classical vitamin deficiency. Such additional functions include the radical scavenging effect of various antioxidant vitamins or the role of folate in the prevention of neural tube defects. This publication wants to substantiate the relations between the scientific evidence for selected functions and the respective vitamin intake; moreover, as some of the functions in question require several vitamins due to synergistic interactions, attention will also be paid to this aspect. Special measures could in the future contribute to lower public health costs.Part 1 Introduction and objectives: a conceptual approach for scientifically based guidelines, Walter, P., Hornig, D., Moser, U. Part 2 Recommendations for vitamin intake: dietary reference intakes - a new approach to setting nutrition standards in the USA and Canada, Yates, A.A.; recommendations for vitamin intake in the European Union and the use of reference values in existing and future community legislation, Mathioudakis, B. Part 3 Evidence for vitamin functions beyond recommended dietary allowances (RDAs): folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 - folic acid and neural tube defects, Wald, N.J., rationale for risk reduction of cardiovascular disease using homocysteine concentration in blood and plasma as biomarker - support by clinical data, Pietrzik, K., folate and vitamin B6 from diet and supplements in relation to risk of coronary heart disease among women, Rimm, E.B.; antioxidant vitamins - antioxidant vitamins - evidence from biomarkers in humans, Frei, B., McCall, M.R., synergistic effects of antioxidant vitamins Truscott, T.G., antioxidants and chronic disease - evidence from observational epidemiology, Rimm, E.B.; Stampfer, M.J., evidence from intervention studies, Biesalski, H.K.; vitamins and immunocompetence - mechanisms of vitamin-mediated anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory activity, Anderson, R., vitamin E and immune response in the aged, Meydani, S.N., Beharka, A.A.; emerging scientific evidence - vitamin K and tissue mineralization, Vermeer, C., Thijssen, H.H.W., Hamulyak, K., behavioural and mental functions, Stahelin, H.B., vitamins and regulation of gene expression, Azzi, A., Aratri, E., Boscoboinik, D. et al. Part 4 Discussions in working groups: folic acid, vitamins B6 and B12 - relation to homocysteine and cardiovascular disease, Kok, F.J.; evidence of folic acid and folate in the prevention of neural tube defects, Scott, J.M.; functions of antioxidant vitamins beyond RDAs, Diplock, A.T., van Poppel, G.; vitamins and immunocompetence, Blumberg, J.B., Hughes, D.A.; emerging scientific evidence - vitamin K and bone metabolism - effects of vitamins on behaviour and cognition, Rambeck, W.A., Stahelin, H.B.

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Szczegóły: Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances - Walter

Tytuł: Functions of Vitamins Beyond Recommended Dietary Allowances
Autor: Walter
Producent: Karger
ISBN: 9783805570732
Rok produkcji: 2000
Ilość stron: 214
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.6 kg


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