• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 17, 2018

    THE RED BLOOD CELL PROPORTION OF ARACHIDONIC ACID RELATES TO SHORTER LEUKOCYTE TELOMERES IN MEDITERRANEAN ELDERS: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Shortening of leukocyte telomere length is a biomarker of aging. Epidemiologic studies of LTL in relation to dietary fatty acids have...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 17, 2018

    TIMING OF PROTEIN INTAKE AND CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF ADULT CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS ON PROLONGED MECHANICAL VENTILATION: THE PROTINVENT RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

    Optimal protein intake during critical illness is unknown. Conflicting results on nutritional support during the first week of ICU...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 17, 2018

    THE FAT MASS INDEX, NOT THE FAT-FREE MASS INDEX, IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPAIRED PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ADULT SUBJECTS: EVIDENCE FROM A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Impaired physical performance and physical disability are two serious public health problems in older adult populations worldwide....

    Disability
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 17, 2018

    GUT MICROBIOTA ALTERATIONS AND DIETARY MODULATION IN CHILDHOOD MALNUTRITION - THE ROLE OF SHORT CHAIN FATTY ACIDS

    AbstractThe gut microbiome affects the health status of the host through different mechanisms and is associated with a wide variety...

    Obesity, Digestion
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 16, 2018

    EFFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT SUBLINGUAL DOSAGES OF VITAMIN B12 ON COBALAMIN NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN VEGANS AND VEGETARIANS WITH A MARGINAL DEFICIENCY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Vegetarians and vegans are more vulnerable to vitamin B12 deficiency with severe risks of megaloblastic anemia, cognitive decline,...

    Vitamins, Nutrition, Depression
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 16, 2018

    ADDUCTOR MUSCLE THICKNESS OF THE THUMB: A NEW AND RELIABLE PARAMETER FOR NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT OF PEDIATRIC INPATIENTS

    The adductor pollicis muscle thickness is a promising method for evaluation of muscle loss and, consequently, malnutrition in adult...

    Nutrition, Hospital
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 15, 2018

    EARLY CHANGES IN VITAMIN B12 UPTAKE AND BIOMARKER STATUS FOLLOWING ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS AND SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY

    Bariatric surgery increases the risk of micronutrient deficiencies, including vitamin B12 deficiency. We analysed early changes in...

    Vitamins
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 13, 2018

    LONG TERM OUTCOMES OF INTESTINAL REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN WITH NEONATAL VERY SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME: PARENTERAL NUTRITION OR INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION

    Intestinal rehabilitation is the preferred treatment for children with short bowel syndrome whatever the residual bowel length, and...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 13, 2018

    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENERGY INTAKE AND BODY-GROWTH IN CHILDREN WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS

    Body-growth, expressed as weight- and height gain, is a strong predictor of morbidity and mortality in patients with cystic fibrosis....

    Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 10, 2018

    SARCOPENIC OBESITY AND OVERALL MORTALITY: RESULTS FROM THE APPLICATION OF NOVEL MODELS OF BODY COMPOSITION PHENOTYPES TO THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY 1999 - 2004

    There is no consensus on the definition of sarcopenic obesity , resulting in inconsistent associations of SO with mortality risk. We...

    Obesity, Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 9, 2018

    MAXIMAL-INTENSITY EXERCISE DOES NOT FULLY RESTORE MUSCLE PYRUVATE DEHYDROGENASE COMPLEX ACTIVATION AFTER 3 DAYS OF HIGH-FAT DIETARY INTAKE

    Exercise activates muscle pyruvate dehydrogenase complex , but moderate intensity exercise fails to fully activate muscle PDC after...

    Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    EVALUATION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF FASTING GUIDELINES FOR ENTERALLY FED CRITICAL CARE PATIENTS

    Critically ill adults have increased nutrition risk. Prior to procedures patients are often fasted, leading to nutritional deficits....

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    POSTOPERATIVE INFLAMMATION AND INSULIN RESISTANCE IN RELATION TO BODY COMPOSITION, ADIPOSITY AND CARBOHYDRATE TREATMENT: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED STUDY

    The aims of this study were to identify whether differences in distribution of adipose tissue and skeletal muscle in obese and non-obese...

    Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    REPLY-LETTER TO THE EDITOR-LIFESTYLE PREDICTORS OF OBESE AND NON-OBESE PATIENTS WITH NONALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    REPLY-LETTER TO THE EDITOR-SUPERIORITY OF NEW PREDICTIVE EQUATION FOR RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE SHOULD BE RECONSIDERED

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    PREVALENCE AND SIDE EFFECTS OF PEDIATRIC HOME TUBE FEEDING

    Tube feeding ensures growth, but can have negative effects on health and psychosocial functioning, resulting in health related costs....

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    COMMENT TO “PREOPERATIVE SARCOPENIA DETERMINANTS IN PANCREATIC CANCER PATIENTS”

    Cancer
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    RE: COMMENT ON “ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A BODY SHAPE INDEX AND MORTALITY IN A GROUP OF MIDDLE-AGED MEN”

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    LETTER IN RESPONSE TO THE ARTICLE ENTITLED “ASSESSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A BODY SHAPE INDEX AND MORTALITY IN A GROUP OF MIDDLE-AGED MEN”

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Feb 7, 2018

    SUPERIORITY OF NEW PREDICTIVE EQUATION FOR RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE SHOULD BE RECONSIDERED