Second Edition   ©2019

Scientific American Nutrition for a Changing World

Jamie Pope (Vanderbilt University) , Steven Nizielski (Grand Valley State University)

  • ISBN-10: 1-319-14867-0; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-14867-6; Format: Paper Text, 688 pages

New to this edition:

  • The 2nd has been updated to reflect the ever-changing science of nutrition and revised based on feedback from the introductory nutrition community of instructors.

New in the text:

  • New organization with core content covered in 14 traditional chapters and high-interest topics covered in 8 shorter modules called “Spotlights.” 
  • New chapter on global nutrition and increased coverage throughout the text of sustainability and nutrition around the world.
  • 5 new stories and updated scientific data throughout the text
  • 13 new Infographics
  • New “Stay Tuned” feature points students to more in-depth coverage of topics throughout the book.

New online and in LaunchPad:

  • New eBook is paginated, plus fully searchable and downloadable for offline reading.  Features such as highlighting, flash cards, bookmarks, and note-taking make the eBook an effective study tool.
  • Revised LearningCurve adaptive quizzing now includes more questions per chapter, increased use of images from the text, and the replacement of fill-in-the-blank questions with multiple choice. 
  • Animated Infographics now have assignable quizzes.
  • New AnalyzeMyDiet provides both a diet tracker and personalized, auto-graded diet analysis activities, freeing instructors from hand-grading diet analysis projects.