Chapter 1: Diet by Design: Healthy Meal PlanningChapter 2: Face-to-Face: Nutrition Screening, Assessment, and Counseling TechniquesChapter 3: Finding Your Weight: Mastering Weight ManagementChapter 4: From Infants to Ancients: Nutrition Throughout the LifecycleChapter 5: Matters of the Heart: Nutrition and Cardiovascular DiseaseChapter 6: A Not-So-Sweet Metabolic Disruption: Diabetes MellitusChapter 7: A Pain in the Gut: Nutrition in Gastrointestinal DisodersChapter 8: Blood and Bones: Nutrition in Musculoskeletal Disorders, Rheumatic Disease, and AnemiasChapter 9: Nutrition in Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic, and Kidney DiseaseChapter 10: Skin, Surgery, and Stress: Nutrition in Metabolic Stress, Cancer, and HIV/AIDSChapter 11: When Food Won't Do: Nutrition SupportChapter 12: Nutrition as a Complementary and Alternative MedicineChapter 11:Renal and Hepatobiliary DiseasesChapter 12: Alternative and ComplementaryNutrition Therapies
Katie Ferraro, MPH, RD, CDE, is a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, and nutrition consultant based in San Diego, California. Specializing in nutrition communications and curriculum development, Katie's approach to primary care nutrition is "If you can't beat `em ... teach `em!" She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Nutrition in the graduate schools of nursing at the University of California San Francisco and the University of San Diego. Katie obtained her undergraduate degree in Dietetics from Texas Christian University and Master of Public Health Nutrition from the University of California, Berkeley. She is a former Peace Corps Volunteer (Nepal) and an avid traveler and intrepid taster of new foods. You can find Katie online at www.ingrainhealth.com. Cheryl Haas Winter, MS RD, MS APRN, CDE, BC-ADM, FNP-BC is a registered dietitian and advanced practice registered nurse, who is board-certified as a family nurse practitioner. Cheryl has been passionate about the powers of food and nutrition since high school, which is why she first became a registered dietitian. Believing food and nutrition to be the best medicine for prevention and treatment of disease eventually led her to become a registered nurse and then family nurse practitioner so that her patients were sure to be prescribed necessary medical nutrition therapy. Being focused on preventing and treating obesity and diabetes, Cheryl also became board-certified in advanced diabetes management, and currently practices as a diabetes specialist healthcare provider in Houston, Texas for DiabetesAmerica. Additionally, she is a weight-management specialist and certified diabetes educator/consultant with her own company, DiabeteStepsRx (http://diabetestepsrx.com).