• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 18, 2018

    CALORIE INTAKE AND SHORT-TERM SURVIVAL OF CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS

    The association between calorie supply and outcome of critically ill patients is unclear. Results from observational studies contradict...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 17, 2018

    DIETARY INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL AND RISK OF MORTALITY IN METABOLICALLY HEALTHY AND UNHEALTHY PHENOTYPES AMONG OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS

    This study was designed to investigate the association between the dietary inflammatory index scores, metabolic phenotypes, and risk...

    Overweight, Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 12, 2018

    ALKALINIZATION WITH POTASSIUM BICARBONATE IMPROVES GLUTATHIONE STATUS AND PROTEIN KINETICS IN YOUNG VOLUNTEERS DURING 21-DAY BED REST

    Physical inactivity is associated with lean body mass wasting, oxidative stress and pro-inflammatory changes of cell membrane lipids....

    Stress, Lean
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    POSTPRANDIAL ENDOTOXEMIA MAY INFLUENCE THE DEVELOPMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS: FROM THE CORDIOPREV STUDY

    Insulin resistance and impaired beta-cell function are key determinants of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Intestinal absorption of bacterial...

    Diabetes
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    PERSONALIZED WEIGHT CHANGE PREDICTION IN THE FIRST WEEK OF LIFE

    Almost all neonates show physiological weight loss and consecutive weight gain after birth. The resulting weight change profiles are...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 10, 2018

    INTAKE OF CAFFEINE FROM ALL SOURCES AND REASONS FOR USE BY COLLEGE STUDENTS

    Caffeine intake in a convenience sample of U.S. college students was surveyed at five geographically-dispersed United States universities.

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 6, 2018

    CINNAMON: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF ADVERSE EVENTS

    Cinnamon, from the genus Cinnamomum and Lauraceae family, has been used as a popular spice for thousands of years around the world....

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 6, 2018

    OPINIONS AND PRACTICES OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ON ASSESSMENT OF DISEASE ASSOCIATED MALNUTRITION IN CHILDREN: RESULTS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY

    Lack of consensus on clinical indicators for the assessment of pediatric disease associated malnutrition may explain its under-recognition...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 5, 2018

    ASSOCIATIONS OF BODY ADIPOSITY INDEX, WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE, AND BODY MASS INDEX IN YOUNG ADULTS

    The Body Adiposity Index is an anthropometric measure developed to estimate body composition in field settings. Although this novel...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 5, 2018

    INFLUENCE OF LOW FODMAP AND GLUTEN-FREE DIETS ON DISEASE ACTIVITY AND INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA IN PATIENTS WITH NON-CELIAC GLUTEN SENSITIVITY

    Non-celiac gluten sensitivity is characterized by intestinal and extra-intestinal symptoms triggered by ingestion of gluten. However,...

    Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 3, 2018

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND HAND GRIP STRENGTH IN ELDERLY WOMEN

    Mediterranean Diet is an eating pattern associated with multiple healthy benefits, including the conservation of skeletal muscle. Frailty...

    Diet, Hospital, Hands
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 29, 2018

    DIET QUALITY INDEX IS A GOOD PREDICTOR OF TREATMENT EFFICACY IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADOLESCENTS: THE EVASYON STUDY

    A diet quality index is a tool that provides an overall score of an individual´s dietary intake when assessing compliance with food-based...

    Overweight, Diet, Adolescence, Food, Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 29, 2018

    IMPACT OF ROUTE AND ADEQUACY OF NUTRITIONAL INTAKE ON OUTCOMES OF ALLOGENEIC HEMATOPOIETIC CELL TRANSPLANTATION FOR HEMATOLOGIC MALIGNANCIES

    Allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation is often associated with poor oral intake due to painful mucositis and gastrointestinal...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 27, 2018

    DECREASED GHRELIN AND DES-ACYL GHRELIN PLASMA LEVELS IN PATIENTS AFFECTED BY PHARMACORESISTANT EPILEPSY AND MAINTAINED ON THE KETOGENIC DIET

    The gastric hormones ghrelin and des-acyl ghrelin have been found to be altered in patients treated with antiepileptic drugs. However,...

    Drugs, Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 27, 2018

    BONE STATUS AND ADIPOKINE LEVELS IN CHILDREN ON VEGETARIAN AND OMNIVOROUS DIETS

    Measurements of bone mineral density reflect bone status but not the dynamics of bone turnover. Biochemical markers, which show global...

    Minerals, Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 27, 2018

    GENETIC VARIANTS IN SELENOPROTEIN GENES MODULATE BIOMARKERS OF SELENIUM STATUS IN RESPONSE TO BRAZIL NUT SUPPLEMENTATION

    The beneficial effects of selenium to human health are exerted by selenoproteins, which can be quantified in blood and used as biomarkers...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 25, 2018

    CORRIGENDUM TO ‘THE EFFECT OF PERIOPERATIVE GLUCOSE CONTROL ON POSTOPERATIVE INSULIN RESISTANCE' (CLIN NUTR 31 (5) (2012) 676-681)

    The authors regret that in the paper it states on page 677 in Section 2.3.

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 22, 2018

    ASSOCIATION OF CHOLINE AND BETAINE LEVELS WITH CANCER INCIDENCE AND SURVIVAL: A META-ANALYSIS

    Evidences suggest possible link between betaine and choline, methyl group donors, and cancer progression. We examined the association...

    Cancer
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 22, 2018

    MULTI-SITE IMPLEMENTATION OF NUTRITION SCREENING AND DIAGNOSIS IN MEDICAL CARE UNITS: SUCCESS OF THE PROJECT MORE-2-EAT

    Improving the detection and treatment of malnourished patients in hospital is needed to promote recovery.

    Nutrition, Hospital
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 22, 2018

    CIRCADIAN HEALTH DIFFERS BETWEEN BOYS AND GIRLS AS ASSESSED BY NON-INVASIVE TOOLS IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN

    Assessment of circadian health is confined to adults. However, understanding circadian status of school-aged children is necessary...

    Food