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  • 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
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    LYSINE STIMULATES PROTEIN SYNTHESIS BY PROMOTING THE EXPRESSION OF ATB0,+ AND ACTIVATING THE MTOR PATHWAY IN BOVINE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL CELLS

    AbstractBackgroundl-lysine is a critical dietary nutrient for mammary gland development and milk production. However, the specific...

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    EX VIVO ENTEROIDS RECAPITULATE IN VIVO CITRULLINE PRODUCTION IN MICE

    AbstractBackgroundThe endogenous production of arginine relies on the synthesis of citrulline by enteral ornithine transcarbamylase....

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    BETTER NUTRITIONAL STATUS IS POSITIVELY ASSOCIATED WITH MRNA EXPRESSION OF SIRT1 IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS IN THE TOLEDO STUDY FOR HEALTHY AGING

    AbstractBackgroundThe expression of certain genes involved in response to oxidative stress is likely related to aging-related outcomes,...

    Stress, Nutrition, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    DIETARY PATTERNS AFFECT THE GUT MICROBIOME-THE LINK TO RISK OF CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASES

    AbstractClusters of bacterial species within the gut microenvironment, or gut enterotype, have been correlated with cardiometabolic...

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    YET AGAIN, SERUM ZINC CONCENTRATIONS ARE UNRELATED TO ZINC INTAKES

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    REPLY TO B FROMM ET AL

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Aug 31, 2018

    HUMAN AND COW HAVE IDENTICAL MIR-21-5P AND MIR-30A-5P SEQUENCES, WHICH ARE LIKELY UNSUITED TO STUDY DIETARY UPTAKE FROM COW MILK

  • 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....