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Author Debry, GĂ©rard.

Title Dietary proteins and atherosclerosis / G. Debry
Published Boca Raton, Fla. ; London : CRC, 2004


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 MELB  616.136071 Deb/Dpa  AVAILABLE
Description 340 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Ch. 1. Protocol Design for Experimental Data on the Effects of Food Proteins on Plasma Lipids and Lipid Metabolism -- Ch. 2. Experimental Data on Animals -- Ch. 3. Experimental Data on Humans -- Ch. 4. Data on Atherosclerosis -- Ch. 5. Data on Hypertension -- Ch. 6. Data on Thrombosis in Animals and Humans -- Ch. 7. General Conclusions
Summary "Relying on data obtained from almost 2,000 research articles and literature reviews, Dietary Proteins and Atherosclerosis provides a through overview of the role of proteins in the development of atherosclerosis. The author presents a complete analytical examination of the research, discusses the effects of proteins from numerous sources on animals and humans, and considers the impact of dietary protein on hypertension and thrombosis." "Written by a world-renowned expert, this book broadens the scope of investigation beyond fat and cholesterol and examines the previously neglected relationship between dietary protein and atherosclerosis. This invaluable source of data will become a standard reference for researchers and professionals in the quest to solve this major health problem."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-319) and indexes
Subject Atherosclerosis -- Etiology.
Coronary heart disease -- Etiology.
Proteins in human nutrition.
Proteins in animal nutrition.
Proteins -- Pathophysiology.
Dietary Proteins -- adverse effects.
Arteriosclerosis -- etiology.
LC no. 2003055434
ISBN 0849321026 :