• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 10, 2017

    REPLY TO LETTER TO THE EDITOR: EPICARDIAL ADIPOSE TISSUE, ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION, AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE SEVERITY

    Alcohol
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 9, 2017

    NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE AND SARCOPENIA IN A WESTERN POPULATION :THE IMPORTANCE OF SARCOPENIA DEFINITION

    Recent epidemiological studies have shown that sarcopenia is associated with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and advanced fibrosis...

    Alcohol
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 9, 2017

    LOW REPORTED TASTE FUNCTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH LOW PREFERENCE FOR HIGH PROTEIN PRODUCTS IN ADVANCED OESOPHAGOGASTRIC CANCER PATIENTS UNDERGOING PALLIATIVE CHEMOTHERAPY

    Cancer patients undergoing palliative chemotherapy can experience a variety of chemosensory and food preference changes which may impact...

    Nutrition, Food, Cancer
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 9, 2017

    DIFFERENT DIETARY APPROACHES AND CORONARY PLAQUE MORPHOLOGY

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 7, 2017

    NO CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT EFFECT OF NEW COMPLETE DENTURE FABRICATION AND SIMPLE DIETARY ADVICE ON NUTRIENT INTAKE AND MASTICATORY FUNCTION OF EDENTULOUS OLDER PEOPLE

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 6, 2017

    FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE SELECTION OF DIETARY PROTEIN FOOD SOURCES

    Protein is the only dietary macronutrient required for life. As such, it is reasonable to consider dietary protein as the centerpiece...

    Food, Digestion
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 6, 2017

    THE POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID BALANCE IN KIDNEY HEALTH AND DISEASE: A REVIEW

    Epidemiological studies show that circulating polyunsaturated fatty acids contribute to preserve renal function. In renal disease states...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 6, 2017

    DIETARY N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID INTAKE AND ALL-CAUSE AND CARDIOVASCULAR MORTALITY IN ADULTS ON HEMODIALYSIS: THE DIET-HD MULTINATIONAL COHORT STUDY

    Patients on hemodialysis suffer from high risk of premature death, which is largely attributed to cardiovascular disease, but interventions...

    Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 5, 2017

    EFFECTS OF ALTERNATE-DAY FASTING OR DAILY CALORIE RESTRICTION ON BODY COMPOSITION, FAT DISTRIBUTION, AND CIRCULATING ADIPOKINES: SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Indirect comparisons suggest that alternate-day fasting may produce greater improvements in body composition, fat distribution, and/or...

    Plan
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Dec 2, 2017

    CHANGES IN CIRCULATING MIRNAS IN HEALTHY OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE SUBJECTS: EFFECT OF DIET COMPOSITION AND WEIGHT LOSS

    MicroRNAs are small non-coding RNA molecules that can play an important role in several chronic metabolic conditions, including obesity....

    Overweight, Obesity, Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 24, 2017

    EXTERNAL VALIDATION OF EQUATIONS TO ESTIMATE RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN 14952 ADULTS WITH OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AND 1948 ADULTS WITH NORMAL WEIGHT FROM ITALY

    We cross-validated 28 equations to estimate resting energy expenditure in a very large sample of adults with overweight or obesity.

    Overweight, Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 24, 2017

    CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IS BEST PREDICTED BY WAIST MEASURES IN HIGH-RISK ETHNIC GROUPS

    Cardiovascular disease is highly prevalent in Suriname, a middle-income country with predominantly people of African and Asian ancestry....

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 24, 2017

    IS TESTING FOR POSTPRANDIAL HYPERINSULINEMIC HYPOGLYCEMIA AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS NECESSARY?

    Postprandial hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia is an increasingly reported complication after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. As pHH can cause...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 22, 2017

    WIDE VARIATION IN ORGANISATION AND CLINICAL PRACTICE OF PAEDIATRIC INTESTINAL FAILURE TEAMS: AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY

    We aimed to assess the current organisation and clinical practice of teams treating children with intestinal failure across Europe...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 22, 2017

    EFFECT OF MEAL TIMING ON POSTPRANDIAL GLUCOSE RESPONSES TO A LOW GLYCEMIC INDEX MEAL: A CROSSOVER TRIAL IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS

    Glucose metabolism is, in part, regulated by the circadian rhythm. Postprandial glucose response is exaggerated and insulin sensitivity...

    Diabetes
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 21, 2017

    MODIFICATIONS OF SERUM LEVELS OF OMENTIN-1 AND OTHER CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS FOLLOWING WEIGHT LOSS SECONDARY TO A MEDITERRANEAN HYPOCALORIC DIET

    Omentin-1 might play a role on insulin resistance, dyslipemia and obesity. The aim of this investigation was to evaluate the influence...

    Obesity, Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 16, 2017

    A MULTI-CENTER PROSPECTIVE STUDY RANDOMIZING THE USE OF FAT EMULSION IN INTENSIVE GLUCOSE CONTROL AFTER ALLOGENEIC HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION USING A MYELOABLATIVE CONDITIONING REGIMEN

    Although parenteral nutrition is often used after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation , there is controversy regarding...

    Regard, Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 16, 2017

    EFFECTS OF MELATONIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON BLOOD LIPID CONCENTRATIONS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS

    Melatonin supplementation may be associated with blood lipids improvment; however, the current evidence from randomized controlled...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 16, 2017

    LOW PROTEIN INTAKE, MUSCLE STRENGTH AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN THE VERY OLD: THE NEWCASTLE 85+ STUDY

    Low protein intake has been linked to reduced muscle strength and physical performance in older adults but little is known about how...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Nov 16, 2017

    CHANGES IN BODY MASS INDEX AND MID-UPPER ARM CIRCUMFERENCE IN RELATION TO ALL-CAUSE MORTALITY IN OLDER ADULTS

    The assessment of weight loss as an indicator of poor nutritional status in older persons is currently widely applied to establish...

    Nutrition, Arm