Wild-Type Food in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: The Columbus Concept is one of the first books to focus on the role of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in unhealthy diets.
Part One identifies the missing essential ratio of competing essential fatty acids in the human diet and relates them to the upsurge of modern chronic disease and associated health costs. The authors also explain the scientific basis of the Columbus Concept and the evidence supporting the rehabilitation of dietary/blood cholesterol.
Part Two discusses the essential ingredients in a daily diet that make blood vessels healthy and resistant.
Part Three introduces the functional part of the diet that brings about health benefits and healthy blood vessels.
Part Four details the health benefits of wild-type foods in various cultures.
Part Five investigates the possibility for novel sources for health promotion.
I. The Columbus Concept: Scope and Limitation
- Wild-type Land-based Diet in Health Promotion and Chronic Disease
Prevention: The LDL-CC:HDL-CC model
- The Japanese Experience: high cholesterol is not an important risk
factor of all-cause mortality
- High Omega-6:Omega 3 ratio-the Israeli Experience
- Omega-6/omega-3 fatty acid ratio is important for health: lessons
from genetically modified cells and animals
- Tissue Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids in health and disease.
- Wild-type food and coronary heart disease: EU and US clinical and
financial impact models
- World perspective of wild type diet in health promotion
II. Essential Nutrients in the Wild: Health Benefits
- The "wild-type" egg. An empirical approach to a reference pattern for dietary fatty acids in human nature
- The essentiality of eicosapentaenoic acid in breast milk during
- The natural fatty acid composition of eggs of wild birds and the
consequences of domestication.
- Simultaneous enrichment of eggs with PUFAs and antioxidants:
prospects and limitations.
- Egg compositionvs vs. CVD risk: from Wild-Traditional to
designer- eggs vs. Lipid, Endothelial and Inflammatory Hypotheses
- Omega 3 fatty acids: Studies in avians
- Chia as a new source of _-3 fatty acids: Nutritional Comparison
with other raw materials and its Advantage when producing _-3 enriched
- Evaluating the biological activity and effects on human health of fish oil and its omega-3 fatty acids
- Omega-3 fatty acids and Mediterranean diet in the prevention and treatment of Cardiovascular disease
- Dietary prevention of coronary heart disease
- Fatty acids, insulin resistance and diabetes
- Fatty acids in causation and therapy of metabolic syndrome
- Immune modulation and cancer resistance: Enhancements by omega-3
- Omega-3 fatty acids in physical and mental health and disease.
- Dietary Prevention of Adult Macular Degeneration: Omega-3 fatty
acids in prevention of macular degeneration
- Promoting eye and skin health through intake of the natural
- Calcium phosphate: Nutrition in prevention of early childhood
III. Functional Components in the Wild: Health Benefits
- Natural antioxidants in land- and marine-based food: risk
- CHIA seeds and the Columbus concept: bakery and animal products
- Health effects of foods rich in polyphenols.
- Polyphenols and Immunity
- Flavanoid-rich Dietary Supplementals' Influence on heart failure.
- Carotenoids In Prevention of Diseases, and Lycopene
- Dietary Intake of the Lycopene and Risk of Prostate Cancer
IV. Wild-type Food in Different Cultures: Health Benefits
- Local wild foods in the Mediterranean Countries : from
micronutrients to healthy effects
- Changing the Spanish-Mediterranean diet: Effects on plasma lipids
- Lebanonese traditional diets and health effects
- 4 Fats and fatty acids in nutrition of the Iranian people
- Southeast Asian diets and health promotion
V. The Columbus Concept: The Market Approach
- Columbus feed around the world: selection of ingredients and
potential influence on future international strategy for crop selection
- Modification of a national diet and lifestyle towards wild-type
foods: The Cuban experience in promoting health
- Studies on the effects of diets realistic for westernized people
on plasma lipoprotein composition, metabolism and atherosclerosis in