Nutrition and Cardiometabolic Health

Nathalie Bergeron, Patty W. Siri-Tarino, George A. Bray, Ronald M. Krauss

November 8, 2017 by CRC Press
Reference - 624 Pages - 90 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781498704267 - CAT# K24708

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  • Describes nutritional effects in segments that focus on energy balance, macronutrient quantity and quality, dietary food groups and patterns, and the relationship of these to cardiometabolic health
  • Contains information on novel approaches for promoting metabolic health including behavioral modification, intermittent fasting to achieve calorie restriction, the Paleolithic diet, and bariatric surgery
  • Discusses the relationship of early life nutrition, the gut microbiome and endocrine disruptors to chronic disease, and their modulation by diet
  • Includes nutritional management strategies for individuals with childhood and adolescent obesity
  • Provides chapter-specific concluding remarks that summarize the current state of knowledge aimed at guiding clinicians and healthcare professionals to seek evidence-based practices for promotion of cardiometabolic health


Nutrition plays a key role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide. Diet influences a broad spectrum of cardiometabolic risk factors, notably a cluster including excess adiposity, dyslipidemia, impaired glucose metabolism and high blood pressure. In the face of the rapidly increasing incidence of obesity and diabetes, maintaining cardiometabolic health through adoption of a healthy lifestyle is a top public health priority.

In this book, Nutrition and Cardiometabolic Health, international experts present state-of-the-art scholarly reviews of dietary and lifestyle effects on metabolic systems associated with cardiovascular health and disease. It covers a broad range of topics including biological and behavioral processes regulating food intake; lifestyle and surgical approaches to weight loss; nutritional considerations for optimal cardiometabolic health across the lifespan; the relationship of macronutrients, whole foods and dietary patterns to diabetes and cardiovascular disease; and diet as a modulator of gene expression, epigenetics and the gut microbiome and the relationship of these traits to disorders of metabolism. This book provides its readers with an authoritative view of the present state of knowledge of dietary effects on cardiometabolic health and will be of interest to nutrition and healthcare professionals alike.



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