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  • 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
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    MISSINGNESS OF HEIGHT DATA FROM THE DEMOGRAPHIC AND HEALTH SURVEYS IN AFRICA BETWEEN 1991 AND 2016 WAS NOT RANDOM BUT IS UNLIKELY TO HAVE MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR BIASES IN ESTIMATING STUNTING PREVALENCE OR THE DETERMINANTS OF CHILD HEIGHT

    AbstractBackgroundObtaining accurate information on child height is essential for targeting interventions to reduce stunting. Thus,...

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

    UNHEALTHY DIETARY PATTERNS ESTABLISHED IN INFANCY TRACK TO MID-CHILDHOOD: THE EU CHILDHOOD OBESITY PROJECT

    AbstractBackgroundDietary habits established in infancy may persist into adulthood and determine long-term health.ObjectivesThe aims...

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

    MATERNAL SERUM COBALAMIN AT 18 WEEKS OF PREGNANCY PREDICTS INFANT COBALAMIN STATUS AT 6 MONTHS-A PROSPECTIVE, OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

    AbstractBackgroundAn adequate maternal cobalamin status is crucial for fetal and infant neurodevelopment. Pregnancy-induced physiologic...

    Pregnant, Pregnancy
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    PROTEIN INTAKE AT BREAKFAST PROMOTES A POSITIVE WHOLE-BODY PROTEIN BALANCE IN A DOSE-RESPONSE MANNER IN HEALTHY CHILDREN: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

    AbstractBackgroundProtein ingestion promotes whole-body net protein balance in children, which is a prerequisite for growth. Determining...

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    DIETS LOW IN SATURATED FAT WITH DIFFERENT UNSATURATED FATTY ACID PROFILES SIMILARLY INCREASE SERUM-MEDIATED CHOLESTEROL EFFLUX FROM THP-1 MACROPHAGES IN A POPULATION WITH OR AT RISK FOR METABOLIC SYNDROME: THE CANOLA OIL MULTICENTER INTERVENTION

    AbstractBackgroundCholesterol efflux plays an important role in preventing atherosclerosis progression. Vegetable oils with varying...

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

    CHOLECALCIFEROL OR 25-HYDROXYCHOLECALCIFEROL SUPPLEMENTATION DOES NOT AFFECT MUSCLE STRENGTH AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE IN PREFRAIL AND FRAIL OLDER ADULTS

    AbstractBackgroundVitamin D supplementation is proposed as a potential treatment strategy to counteract functional decline in older...

    Vitamins, Hands, Knees
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    INFANT FORMULA FEEDING INCREASES HEPATIC CHOLESTEROL 7Α HYDROXYLASE EXPRESSION AND FECAL BILE ACID LOSS IN NEONATAL PIGLETS

    AbstractBackgroundDuring the postnatal feeding period, formula-fed infants have higher cholesterol synthesis rates and lower circulating...

    Hepatitis, Cholesterol, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 3, 2018

    SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ALTERS HEPATIC ENERGY AND FATTY ACID METABOLISM IN MICE

    AbstractBackgroundHuman and animal studies have raised concerns that supplemental selenium can increase the risk of metabolic disorders,...

    Hepatitis, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    DIETARY FERMENTABLE FIBERS ATTENUATE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN MICE BY PROTECTING THE INTESTINAL BARRIER

    AbstractBackgroundChronic kidney disease is a worldwide health problem. Although the pathogenesis of CKD is still unclear, recent studies...

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    THE OSSABAW PIG IS A SUITABLE TRANSLATIONAL MODEL TO EVALUATE DIETARY PATTERNS AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE RISK

    AbstractBackgroundAnimal models that mimic diet-induced human pathogenesis of chronic diseases are of increasing importance in preclinical...

    Obesity, Diet, Cholesterol
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    CARBOHYDRATE REPLACEMENT OF RICE OR POTATO WITH LENTILS REDUCES THE POSTPRANDIAL GLYCEMIC RESPONSE IN HEALTHY ADULTS IN AN ACUTE, RANDOMIZED, CROSSOVER TRIAL

    AbstractBackgroundThe postprandial blood glucose response following carbohydrate replacement of high-glycemic index foods with pulses,...

    Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    L-GLUTAMINE ATTENUATES APOPTOSIS IN PORCINE ENTEROCYTES BY REGULATING GLUTATHIONE-RELATED REDOX HOMEOSTASIS

    AbstractBackgroundProgrammed cell death plays a fundamental role in intestinal development and mucosal homeostasis. Dysregulation of...

    Stress
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    ABO GENOTYPE DOES NOT MODIFY THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE “BLOOD-TYPE” DIET AND BIOMARKERS OF CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASE IN OVERWEIGHT ADULTS

    AbstractBackgroundAlthough 7 million copies of Eat Right 4 Your Type have been sold in > 60 languages, there has been a lack of evidence...

    Overweight, Food, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    CHOLIC ACID SUPPLEMENTATION OF A HIGH-FAT OBESOGENIC DIET SUPPRESSES HEPATIC TRIACYLGLYCEROL ACCUMULATION IN MICE VIA A FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 21-DEPENDENT MECHANISM

    AbstractBackgroundSupplementation of a high-fat obesogenic diet with cholic acid suppresses the development of obesity, insulin resistance,...

    Obesity, Diet, Hepatitis
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    LOW DIETARY FOLATE INTERACTS WITH MTHFD1 SYNTHETASE DEFICIENCY IN MICE, A MODEL FOR THE R653Q VARIANT, TO INCREASE INCIDENCE OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS AND DEFECTS

    AbstractBackgroundSuboptimal folate intake, a risk factor for birth defects, is common even in areas with folate fortification. A polymorphism...

    Pregnancy, Diet, Anomaly
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    REPLY TO TR HILL AND I KYRIAZAKIS

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 11, 2018

    VITAMIN D3, 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D3, AND FOOD FORTIFICATION

    Vitamins, Food