• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 26, 2017

    THE IMPACT OF RATE OF WEIGHT LOSS ON BODY COMPOSITION AND COMPENSATORY MECHANISMS DURING WEIGHT REDUCTION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL

    Rapid weight loss has been associated with a larger loss of fat free mass and a disproportional reduction in resting metabolic rate...

    • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 24, 2017

      EDITORIAL BOARD

      • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 24, 2017

        FAREWELL ANNOUNCEMENT

        Olav E. Rooyackers, PhD. is retiring as an Associate Editor of Clinical Nutrition Journal. He has been an extremely active Associate...

        Nutrition
        • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 21, 2017

          EFFECT OF NUT CONSUMPTION ON VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS

          Nut consumption has consistently been found to be associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases and mortality in prospective...

          • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 20, 2017

            IMPROVED GROWTH, TOLERANCE AND INTAKE WITH AN EXTENSIVELY HYDROLYSED PEPTIDE FEED IN INFANTS WITH COMPLEX DISEASE

            Infants with complex medical conditions often display faltering growth due to elevated nutritional requirements, poor intake and intolerance...

            Nutrition
            • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 20, 2017

              CLINICAL CLASSIFICATION OF ADULT PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC INTESTINAL FAILURE DUE TO BENIGN DISEASE: AN INTERNATIONAL MULTICENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY

              The aim of the study was to evaluate the applicability of the ESPEN 16-category clinical classification of chronic intestinal failure,...

              • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 18, 2017

                ASSESSMENT OF DIETARY COMPLIANCE IN CELIAC CHILDREN USING A STANDARDIZED DIETARY INTERVIEW

                Compliance to a gluten free diet in celiac disease is ideally assessed by dietary interviews, albeit time-consuming. Short dietary...

                Diet
                • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 16, 2017

                  QUALITY OF LIFE, FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT AND SOCIAL FACTORS AS DETERMINANTS OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN OLDER ADULTS: THE VERISAUDE STUDY

                  Malnutrition is an important and growing health problem in elderly people. The main aim of this research was to examine the relationship...

                  Nutrition
                  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 14, 2017

                    PLASMA FATTY ACID PATTERNS DURING PREGNANCY AND CHILD'S GROWTH, BODY COMPOSITION, AND CARDIOMETABOLIC HEALTH: THE GENERATION R STUDY

                    Exposure to different concentrations of fatty acids during fetal life may affect growth and metabolism. However, most studies examined...

                    Pregnancy, Child
                    • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2017

                      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE PARENTERAL NUTRITION IMPACT QUESTIONNAIRE , A PATIENT-CENTRIC OUTCOME MEASURE FOR HOME PARENTERAL NUTRITION

                      Patients with Type 3 Intestinal Failure who need Home Parenteral Nutrition face several clinical, psychological and social problems.The...

                      Nutrition, Face
                      • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2017

                        RED BLOOD CELL MEMBRANE OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID LEVELS AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE: CROSS-SECTIONAL DATA FROM THE MAPT STUDY

                        Studies have shown that omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are associated with brain, cardiovascular and immune function, as well...

                        Brain
                        • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2017

                          LATE DINNER IMPAIRS GLUCOSE TOLERANCE IN MTNR1B RISK ALLELE CARRIERS: A RANDOMIZED, CROSS-OVER STUDY

                          Late-night-dinner eating is associated with increased risk for type-2-diabetes. The underlying mechanism is unclear. One explanatory...

                          Diabetes
                          • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 8, 2017

                            STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN APOA-II -265T> C POLYMORPHISM AND HDL FUNCTION IN RESPONSE TO WEIGHT LOSS IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE TYPE 2 DIABETIC PATIENTS

                            It has been reported that people may respond differently to the same environmental changes because of genome variations.

                            Overweight, Obesity, Diabetes
                            • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 8, 2017

                              PARENTERAL GLUTAMINE SHOULD NOT BE ROUTINELY USED IN ADULT CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS

                              • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 8, 2017

                                PARENTERAL GLUTAMINE-DIPEPTIDE AS PART OF A BALANCED NUTRITION REGIMEN IS SAFE AND ESSENTIALLY CONTRIBUTES TO IMPROVED CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS

                                Nutrition
                                • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 8, 2017

                                  LIMITED COMPENSATION AT THE FOLLOWING MEAL FOR PROTEIN AND ENERGY INTAKE AT A LUNCH MEAL IN HEALTHY FREE-LIVING OLDER ADULTS

                                  Various interventions have previously been found to increase protein intakes in older adults, but in free-living individuals, compensation...

                                  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 8, 2017

                                    COMPENSATORY MECHANISMS ACTIVATED WITH INTERMITTENT ENERGY RESTRICTION: A RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL

                                    Strong compensatory responses, with reduced resting metabolic rate , increased exercise efficiency and appetite, are activated when...

                                    • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Apr 4, 2017

                                      TRACE ELEMENT INTAKES SHOULD BE REVISITED IN BURN NUTRITION PROTOCOLS: A COHORT STUDY

                                      Due to inflammatory and hypermetabolic responses and to extensive exudative trace element losses, major burn patients have substantially...

                                      Nutrition
                                      • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 31, 2017

                                        A RANDOMIZED TRIAL TO DETERMINE THE IMPACT OF A DIGESTION RESISTANT STARCH COMPOSITION ON THE GUT MICROBIOME IN OLDER AND MID-AGE ADULTS

                                        The elderly often have a diet lacking resistant starch which is thought to lead to gut microbiome dysbiosis that may result in deterioration...

                                        Digestion, Diet
                                        • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Mar 31, 2017

                                          DOSE-RESPONSE EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTATION WITH CALCIFEDIOL ON SERUM 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D STATUS AND ITS METABOLITES: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN OLDER ADULTS

                                          Oral supplementation with vitamin D is recommended for older adults to maintain a sufficient 25-hydroxyvitamin D D) status throughout...

                                          Vitamins