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About this product
- Author(s)Kedar N Prasad
- PublisherApple Academic Press Inc.
- Date of Publication22/10/2014
- GenreClinical Medicine: Professional
- Place of PublicationOakville
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintApple Academic Press Inc.
- Content Note27 black & white tables
- Weight635 g
- Width156 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Format DetailsUnsewn / adhesive bound
- Table Of ContentsEvolution, Sources, and Functions of Antioxidant Systems Introduction Evolution of Antioxidant Systems Antioxidant Systems Antioxidant Systems Brief History of Discovery of Some Micronutrients Sources and Forms of Vitamins Solubility of Antioxidants and Polyphenols Distribution of Antioxidants in the Body Storing of Antioxidants Can Antioxidants Be Destroyed during Cooking? Absorption of Antioxidant and Its Significance Functions of Individual Antioxidants Current Controversies about Antioxidants in Prevention of Chronic Diseases Antioxidant Defense Systems Known Functions of Antioxidants and Polyphenolic Compounds Conclusions Oxidative Stress and Inflammation: Their Reduction by Micronutrients Introduction Oxidative Stress Oxidation and Reduction Processes How to Reduce Oxidative Stress Optimally Factors Regulating Response of Nrf2 Differential Response of Nrf2 to ROS Stimulation during Acute and Chronic Oxidative Stress Interpretation of Inhibition of Exercise-Induced Nrf2 Activation by Individual Antioxidant NAC-Effects on Murine Alveolar Cells in Culture Activation of Nrf2 by Diet Restriction Inflammation Types of Inflammation Products of Inflammatory Reactions How to Reduce Chronic Inflammation Optimally Conclusions Etiology of Alzheimer's Disease: Prevention and Improved Management by Micronutrients Introduction Prevalence, Incidence, and Cost of AD Cost of Health and Long-Term Care Services Types of Dementia Neuropathology of AD Causes of AD External Risk Factors for the Development of AD Internal Risk Factors for Development and Progression of AD Mitochondrial Dysfunction Generation and Aggregation of Ass1-42 Peptides from APP Cholesterol-Induced Generation of Beta-Amyloids Mutated APP, Presenilin-1, and Presenilin-2 Genes Cause Increased Production of Beta-Amyloids Increased Levels of Markers of Chronic Inflammation in AD P-Tau Protein in AD Proteasome Inhibition-Induced Neurodegeneration in AD Genetic Defects in Idiopathic AD Neuroglobin How to Reduce Oxidative Stress Optimally Differential Response of Nrf2 to ROS Stimulation during Acute and Chronic Oxidative Stress Nrf2 in AD Laboratory and Clinical Studies with Antioxidants in AD B Vitamins Polyphenolic Compounds Prevention of AD Problems of Using a Single Nutrient in AD Rationale for Using Multiple Micronutrients in AD Rational for Using Low-Dose NSAID in AD Prevention Can the Familial AD Be Prevented or Delayed? Recommended Micronutrients in Combination with Low-Doses of NSAID for Primary Prevention of AD Recommended Micronutrients in Combination with Low-Doses of NSAID for Secondary Prevention Current Treatments of AD Recommended Micronutrients and Low Dose of NSAID in Combination with Standard Therapy in Patients with Dementia with or without AD Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations for AD Conclusions Etiology of Parkinson's Disease: Prevention and Improved Management by Micronutrients Introduction Prevalence and Incidence Cost Neuropathology and Symptoms Causes of PD External Factors That Influence Risk of Developing PD Internal Factors Influencing Development and Progression of PD Increased Oxidative Stress in PD Mitochondrial Dysfunction in PD Increased Chronic Inflammation in PD Mutations or Overexpression in PD-Related Genes DJ-1 Gene Alpha-Synuclein Gene PTEN-Induced Putative Kinase 1 Gene Parkin Gene Mutation in Lysosomal Gene SMPD1 Proteomic Profiling of Substantia Nigra in PD How to Reduce Oxidative Stress Optimally Differential Response of Nrf2 to ROS Stimulation during Acute and Chronic Oxidative Stress Nrf2 in Parkinson's Disease Laboratory and Human Studies in PD after Treatment with Antioxidants and Polyphenolic Compounds Studies on In Vitro PD Models Studies on Human PD NAD/NADH Prevention of PD Problems of Using Single Antioxidant in PD Patients Rationale for Using Multiple Micronutrients in PD Rationale for Using NSAID in PD Prevention Can the Familial PD Be Prevented or Delayed? Recommended Micronutrient Supplement in Combination w
- Author BiographyKedar N. Prasad is the chief scientific officer of Premier Micronutrient Corporation. He earned a MS in zoology from the University of Bihar in India and a PhD in radiation biology from the University of Iowa. His postdoctoral training was at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He was professor at the University of Colorado Medical School and served as a president of the International Society for Nutrition and Cancer. Dr. Prasad was invited by the Nobel Committee to nominate a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Medicine in the early 1980's. His interests include radiation protection, and the role of nutrition in cancer and neurological diseases. He has published more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals and authored or edited 25 books.
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