1 Introduction to Nutritional Assessment 2 Standards for Nutrient Intake 3 Measuring Diet 4 National Dietary and Nutrition Surveys 5 Computerized Dietary Analysis Systems 6 Anthropometry 7 Assessment of the Hospitalized Patient 8 Nutritional Assessment in Disease Prevention 9 Biochemical Assessment of Nutritional Status 10 Clinical Assessment of Nutritional Status 11 Counseling Theory and Technique Appendix A - Nutrition Assessment and Monitoring and Evaluation Terminology Appendix B - Nutrition Diagnostic Terminology Appendix C - Nutrition Intervention Terminology Appendix D - Food Record Recording Form Appendix E - Fruit and Vegetable Screener Developed by the U.S. National Cancer Institute Appendix F - MEDFICTS Dietary Assessment Questionnaire Appendix G - The National Institute of Health's The Diet History Questionnaire II Appendix H - The NHANES Food Frequency Questionnaire Appendix I - 2011 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Questionnaire Appendix J - Suppliers of Nutritional Assessment Equipment Appendix K - CDC Clinical Growth Charts
David Nieman is a professor of health and exercise science, and director of the Human Performance Lab at Appalachian State University in North Carolina. His research focus during the past twenty years has been exercise immunology, with a secondary emphasis on sports nutrition, obesity, aging, and nutritional assessment. Dr. Nieman has more than 200 peer-reviewed publications in journals and books and is a member of eight journal editorial boards including his role as a section editor for Mosby's YearBook of Sports Medicine. He is the author of nine books on exercise, nutrition, and health. Dr. Nieman sits on the medical advisory board for the Bally Total Fitness Corporation, served two terms as president of the International Society of Exercise and Immunology, and was elected as a basic and applied science trustee for the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Nieman has run 58 marathons and ultramarathons, and was an acrobatic gymnast and coach for 10 years. His marathon PR is 2:37, and he has run the Pikes Peak Marathon twice, with a 16th place finish.