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  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Dec 2, 2018

    BIOMARKERS OF NUTRITION FOR DEVELOPMENT : VITAMIN B-12 REVIEW

    AbstractThis report on vitamin B-12 is part of the Biomarkers of Nutrition for Development Project, which provides state-of-the art...

    Vitamins, Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    LINEAR GROWTH THROUGH 12 YEARS IS WEAKLY BUT CONSISTENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH LANGUAGE AND MATH ACHIEVEMENT SCORES AT AGE 12 YEARS IN 4 LOW- OR MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES

    AbstractBackgroundWhether linear growth through age 12 y is associated with language and math achievement at age 12 y remains unclear.ObjectiveOur...

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    MINERAL INTAKE RATIOS ARE A WEAK BUT SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN BLOOD PRESSURE VARIABILITY IN US ADULTS

    AbstractBackgroundHypertension contributes substantially to chronic disease and mortality. Mineral intakes can modify blood pressure.ObjectiveIndividual...

    Minerals, Magnesium, Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    LOWERING SATURATED FAT AND INCREASING VEGETABLE AND FRUIT INTAKE MAY INCREASE INSULIN SENSITIVITY 2 YEARS LATER IN CHILDREN WITH A FAMILY HISTORY OF OBESITY

    AbstractBackgroundIdentifying dietary factors that determine insulin sensitivity and secretion in children entering puberty may provide...

    Food, Obesity, Diabetes
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    DIETARY ACCULTURATION AMONG PUERTO RICAN ADULTS VARIES BY ACCULTURATION CONSTRUCT AND DIETARY MEASURE

    AbstractBackgroundThe role of acculturation in dietary behaviors among Hispanics/Latinos in the United States remains unclear. Discrepancies...

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    REDUCED FEED INTAKE, RATHER THAN INCREASED ENERGY LOSSES, EXPLAINS VARIATION IN GROWTH RATES OF NORMAL-BIRTH-WEIGHT PIGLETS

    AbstractBackgroundSubstantial variation in growth rates exists in normal-birth-weight piglets, possibly due to differences in energy...

    Digestion, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    DIET QUALITY OF US INFANTS AND TODDLERS 7-24 MONTHS OLD IN THE WIC INFANT AND TODDLER FEEDING PRACTICES STUDY-2

    AbstractBackgroundDespite the important implications of childhood dietary intakes on lifelong eating habits and health, data are lacking...

    Nutrition, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    CHANGES IN KIDNEY FUNCTION DO NOT DIFFER BETWEEN HEALTHY ADULTS CONSUMING HIGHER- COMPARED WITH LOWER- OR NORMAL-PROTEIN DIETS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS

    AbstractBackgroundHigher-protein diets are advocated for several reasons, including mitigation of sarcopenia, but their effects on...

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    DIETARY ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION AFFECTS INTESTINAL FUNCTION BY ENHANCING ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY OF A NITRIC OXIDE-INDEPENDENT PATHWAY IN LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT PIGLETS

    AbstractBackgroundLow-birth-weight neonates are susceptible to intestinal dysfunction. Furthermore, the antioxidant capacity of LBW...

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    THE RATE AT WHICH DIGESTED PROTEIN ENTERS THE SMALL INTESTINE MODULATES THE RATE OF AMINO ACID DIGESTIBILITY THROUGHOUT THE SMALL INTESTINE OF GROWING PIGS

    AbstractBackgroundActinidin, a cysteine protease in kiwifruit , increases both the gastric digestion and gastric-emptying rate of beef...

    Digestion, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Nov 1, 2018

    LONG-CHAIN OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID BIOAVAILABILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTATION ON HEART DISEASE RISK

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    90TH ANNIVERSARY COMMENTARY: AMINO ACID IMBALANCES: STILL IN THE BALANCE

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    HIGH-SUGAR, HIGH-SATURATED-FAT DIETARY PATTERNS ARE NOT ASSOCIATED WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN MIDDLE-AGED ADULTS IN A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

    AbstractBackgroundThe consumption of unhealthy “Western” dietary patterns has been previously associated with depressive symptoms in...

    Diet, Food, Depression
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    COMPARED WITH COW MILK, A GROWING-UP MILK INCREASES VITAMIN D AND IRON STATUS IN HEALTHY CHILDREN AT 2 YEARS OF AGE: THE GROWING-UP MILK-LITE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    AbstractBackgroundIron deficiency and vitamin D deficiency are significant pediatric health issues in New Zealand and Australia and...

    Vitamins
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    INTRAVENOUS TRIACYLGLYCEROL INFUSION PROMOTES CERAMIDE ACCUMULATION AND HEPATIC STEATOSIS IN DAIRY COWS

    AbstractBackgroundIncreased plasma free fatty acids impair insulin sensitivity in dairy cows via unknown mechanisms. In nonruminants,...

    Hepatitis
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    HEPATIC EXPRESSION OF PEMT, BUT NOT DIETARY CHOLINE SUPPLEMENTATION, REVERSES THE PROTECTION AGAINST ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN PEMT−/−/LDLR−/− MICE

    AbstractBackgroundPhosphatidylethanolamine N-methyltransferase converts phosphatidylethanolamine to phosphatidylcholine. Pemt −/− /low...

    Injection, Cholesterol, Diet, Hepatitis, Injections
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Oct 4, 2018

    ERRATUM

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    PROCOMIDA, A FOOD-ASSISTED MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROGRAM, REDUCES CHILD STUNTING IN GUATEMALA: A CLUSTER-RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED INTERVENTION TRIAL

    AbstractBackgroundFood-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition programs may foster child growth during the first 1000 d (pregnancy...

    Pregnancy, Child, Food, Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    COMPLEMENTARY FOOD SUPPLEMENTS INCREASE DIETARY NUTRIENT ADEQUACY AND DO NOT REPLACE HOME FOOD CONSUMPTION IN CHILDREN 6-18 MONTHS OLD IN A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN RURAL BANGLADESH

    AbstractBackgroundInadequate complementary feeding is common in low- and middle-income countries, contributing to growth deficits....

    Food, Child, Arm, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    CIRCULATING Γ-TOCOPHEROL CONCENTRATIONS ARE INVERSELY ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIOXIDANT EXPOSURES AND DIRECTLY ASSOCIATED WITH SYSTEMIC OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATION IN ADULTS

    AbstractBackgroundAlthough α- and γ-tocopherol are co-consumed antioxidants, circulating γ-tocopherol concentrations were paradoxically...

    Vitamins, Stress