Nutraceuticals for Prenatal, Maternal, and Offspring's Nutritional Health
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In recent years, new trends have been established in this area of prenatal nutrition, that is, mother and offspring health based on appropriate nutrition during pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, and after pregnancy. Nutraceuticals and natural products have been used by many cultures and societies around the world. This book focuses on recent trends and potential clinical evaluations of such nutraceuticals and natural products.
Examines the role of Nutraceuticals on the mothers and offspring's disease and health
Focuses on human population-based research
Discuses role of nutraceuticals in placental development, nutraceuticals for gestational weight pain and post-partum obesity
Covers nutraceuticals impacting uterine growth, gestational age, and mortality rate
Explores the question whether Nutraceuticals intake in pregnant women is safe as they might be involved a wide variety of biological processes
With 19 chapters written by established lead authors in this field, Nutraceuticals for Prenatal, Maternal and Offspring's Nutritional Health addresses important findings of the latest scientific research regarding the role of nutraceuticals intake before and during pregnancy.
Maryam Sadat Miraghajani, PhD is currently pursuing her Postdoctoral experience in Academic Division of Child Health, Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the University of Nottingham, UK. Her areas of ongoing research include the effects of high fat diet on inflammatory genes expression. She earned both her masters in nutrition and her PhD from Isfahan University of Medical Science. She has 28 published papers and 3 book chapters.
Sarvadaman Pathak, MD, went to University of Houston for undergraduate studies, with a concentration in Biochemistry and Pre-Medicine. Following that he pursued a Doctor of Medicine degree from Avalon University School of Medicine Summa Cum Laude. He was educated partially in Belize, Mexico with all clinical experience in Chicago, IL. After graduating from medical school, he focused on research and worked at the University of South Florida. In 2013 he completed a one-year clinical fellowship in Traditional Chinese Medicine, including Chinese herbalism, with a focus on eastern western integrative medicine at the Dalian Medical University in Dalian, Liaoning province in Mainland China. Currently he works for the Veterans Affairs and University o fSouth Florida, Internal Medicine, and focuses on cancer research and pediatrics research.
Yashwant Pathak, PhD, is currently the associate dean for faculty affairs at College of Pharmacy, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. Pathak earned his MS and PhD degrees in pharmaceutical technology from Nagpur University, Nagpur, India, and EMBA and MS degrees in conflict management from Sullivan University, Louisville, Kentucky. With extensive experience in academia and industry, Pathak has over 150 publications, research papers, abstracts, book chapters, and reviews to his credit. He has presented over 180 presentations, posters, and lectures worldwide in the field of pharmaceuticals, drug delivery systems, and other related topics. He has received several national and international awards including Fulbright Senior Scholar fellowship for Indonesia, Endeavour executive fellowship from Australian Government, CNPQ research award from Brazil Government and also was recognized by USF as outstanding faculty award and global engagement achievement award.