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  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    A SURVEY INSTRUMENT TO ASSESS INTAKE OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, RELATED PRODUCTS, AND CAFFEINE IN HIGH-USE POPULATIONS

    AbstractSubstantial data on the use of dietary supplements by the general adult population are available, but many population subgroups...

    Regard
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    FEDERAL MONITORING OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT USE IN THE RESIDENT, CIVILIAN, NONINSTITUTIONALIZED US POPULATION: NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY

    AbstractThis review summarizes the current and previous data on dietary supplement use collected from participants in the NHANES, describes...

    Nutrition, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT LABEL DATABASE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND APPLICATIONS

    AbstractAlthough many Americans use dietary supplements, databases of dietary supplements sold in the United States have not been widely...

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    CHARACTERISTICS AND CHALLENGES OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENT DATABASES DERIVED FROM LABEL INFORMATION

    AbstractLaunched in 2008, the Dietary Supplement Label Database permits the search of any term that appears anywhere on product labels....

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    DIETARY SUPPLEMENT INGREDIENT DATABASE AND THE APPLICATION OF ANALYTICALLY BASED ESTIMATES OF INGREDIENT AMOUNT TO INTAKE CALCULATIONS

    AbstractObjectiveWe describe the purpose of the Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database , the statistical methodology underlying online...

    Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING ANALYTICALLY VALIDATED LABORATORY-DERIVED DIETARY SUPPLEMENT DATABASES

    AbstractThe Dietary Supplement Label Database is sponsored by the Office of Dietary Supplements and the National Library of Medicine....

    Face
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 3, 2018

    WHY AMERICANS NEED INFORMATION ON DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS

    AbstractUntil a decade ago, no dietary supplement databases with open access for public use existed in the United States. They were...

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    BUTTER INCREASES HIGH-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY: IS THIS COMPENSATION FOR ITS ADVERSE EFFECT ON SERUM LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN CHOLESTEROL?

    Controversy over the dietary guidelines to reduce SFA intake rests heavily on the lack of evidence for a direct association between...

    Diet, Cholesterol
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    MILK POWDER ADDED TO A SCHOOL MEAL INCREASES COGNITIVE TEST SCORES IN GHANAIAN CHILDREN

    AbstractBackgroundThe inclusion of milk in school feeding is accepted as good nutritional practice, but specific benefits remain uncertain.ObjectiveThe...

    Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    NUTRITIONAL STATUS MEASURES ARE CORRELATED WITH PUPILLARY RESPONSIVENESS IN ZAMBIAN CHILDREN

    AbstractBackgroundImpairments in visual function have been well characterized in vitamin A deficiency. However, eye function may also...

    Nutrition, Vitamins, Eye
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    HIGHER LONGITUDINAL MILK INTAKES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED HEIGHT IN A BIRTH COHORT FOLLOWED FOR 17 YEARS

    AbstractBackgroundHeight is an indicator of nutritional status; linear growth faltering has recognized consequences for cognitive,...

    Nutrition, Food, Adolescence
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    RELATIVE WEIGHT GAIN THROUGH AGE 4 YEARS IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED ADIPOSITY, AND HIGHER BLOOD PRESSURE AND INSULINEMIA AT 4-5 YEARS OF AGE IN MEXICAN CHILDREN

    AbstractBackgroundRapid early weight gain has been associated with increased risk of obesity and cardiometabolic alterations, but evidence...

    Obesity, Child
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    SERUM 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D CONCENTRATIONS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY MARKERS OF SUBCLINICAL INTERSTITIAL LUNG DISEASE AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING ADULTS IN THE MULTI-ETHNIC STUDY OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS

    AbstractBackgroundActivated vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties. 25-Hydroxyvitamin D deficiency might contribute to subclinical...

    Vitamins
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    CORRIGENDUM

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    STEVIA LEAF TO STEVIA SWEETENER: EXPLORING ITS SCIENCE, BENEFITS, AND FUTURE POTENTIAL

    AbstractSteviol glycoside sweeteners are extracted and purified from the Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni plant, a member of the Asteraceae...

    Food, Obesity, Diabetes
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jul 6, 2018

    DOES BARIATRIC SURGERY AFFECT BREAST-MILK COMPOSITION?

    Breast, Breasts
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Jun 7, 2018

    BIOMARKERS OF NUTRITION FOR DEVELOPMENT -IRON REVIEW

    AbstractThis is the fifth in the series of reviews developed as part of the Biomarkers of Nutrition for Development program. The BOND...

    Regard, Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    A LOW ENERGY-DENSE DIET IN THE CONTEXT OF A WEIGHT-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AFFECTS APPETITE CONTROL IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE WOMEN

    AbstractBackgroundLow energy-dense foods reduce energy intake ; whether this effect is sustained over time and during weight loss is...

    Overweight, Obesity, Food, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    DIETARY DIVERSITY PREDICTS THE ADEQUACY OF MICRONUTRIENT INTAKE IN PREGNANT ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND WOMEN IN BANGLADESH, BUT USE OF THE 5-GROUP CUTOFF POORLY IDENTIFIES INDIVIDUALS WITH INADEQUATE INTAKE

    AbstractBackgroundThe Minimum Dietary Diversity for Women indicator based on a 10-food group women dietary diversity score has been...

    Pregnant, Food, Adolescence