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  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    THE PERCENTAGE OF DIETARY PHOSPHORUS EXCRETED IN THE URINE VARIES BY DIETARY PATTERN IN A RANDOMIZED FEEDING STUDY IN ADULTS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundUrinary phosphorus excretion has been proposed as a recovery biomarker of dietary phosphorus intake. However, it...

    Hypertension, Diet, Cholesterol
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    MATERNAL AND INFANT LIPID-BASED NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION INCREASES HEIGHT OF GHANAIAN CHILDREN AT 4-6 YEARS ONLY IF THE MOTHER WAS NOT OVERWEIGHT BEFORE CONCEPTION

    ABSTRACTBackgroundFew studies have evaluated the long-term effects of nutritional supplementation during the first 1000 d of life....

    Pregnancy, Nutrition, Overweight, Child
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    SUGAR-SWEETENED SODA CONSUMPTION INCREASES DIABETES RISK AMONG MEXICAN WOMEN

    ABSTRACTBackgroundEpidemiological evidence supports an association between sugar-sweetened soda consumption and diabetes. However,...

    Regard, Nutrition, Cancer, Diabetes, Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    HUMAN MILK SHORT-CHAIN FATTY ACID COMPOSITION IS ASSOCIATED WITH ADIPOSITY OUTCOMES IN INFANTS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundPresumed benefits of human milk in avoiding rapid infancy weight gain and later obesity could relate to its nutrient...

    Obesity, Breasts, Breast
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    FADS AND PPARG2 SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISMS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PLASMA LIPIDS IN 9-MO-OLD INFANTS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundDietary intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids , e.g., linoleic acid and n-3 long-chain PUFAs, has been shown in adults...

    Cholesterol
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    VITAMIN B-6 STATUS CORRELATES WITH DISEASE ACTIVITY IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS PATIENTS DURING TREATMENT WITH TNFΑ INHIBITORS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundA frequent observation in inflammatory conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis , is low circulating amounts of...

    Vitamins, Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    DIETARY IRON INTAKE AND ANEMIA ARE WEAKLY ASSOCIATED, LIMITING EFFECTIVE IRON FORTIFICATION STRATEGIES IN INDIA

    ABSTRACTBackgroundAnemia prevalence in India remains high despite preventive iron supplementation programs. Consequently, concurrent...

    Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    CORRIGENDUM FOR DEN HARTIGH ET AL. OBESE MICE LOSING WEIGHT DUE TO TRANS-10, CIS-12 CONJUGATED LINOLEIC ACID SUPPLEMENTATION OR FOOD RESTRICTION HARBOR DISTINCT GUT MICROBIOTA. J NUTR 2018;148:562-72

    The authors would like to correct some details in the published figure legend associated with Figure 4. Specifically, the colors described...

    Obesity, Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   May 4, 2019

    DIETARY GENISTEIN INHIBITS METHYLGLYOXAL-INDUCED ADVANCED GLYCATION END PRODUCT FORMATION IN MICE FED A HIGH-FAT DIET

    ABSTRACTBackgroundMethylglyoxal , an important precursor of advanced glycation end products , circulates at high concentrations in...

    Diet, Diabetes
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    CHANGE IN PLANT-BASED DIET QUALITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN PLASMA ADIPOSITY-ASSOCIATED BIOMARKER CONCENTRATIONS IN WOMEN

    ABSTRACTBackgroundA healthful plant-based diet is associated with lower risk of cardiometabolic diseases. However, it is still unclear...

    Food, Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    PLANT-BASED DIET QUALITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN PLASMA ADIPOSITY BIOMARKER CONCENTRATIONS IN WOMEN

    Diet
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    LOWER PLASMA VITAMIN B-6 IS ASSOCIATED WITH 2-YEAR COGNITIVE DECLINE IN THE BOSTON PUERTO RICAN HEALTH STUDY

    ABSTRACTBackgroundDespite its important role in cognitive development and regulation of nervous system function, vitamin B-6 has been...

    Vitamins
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    INSECT PROTEIN: A SUSTAINABLE AND HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE TO ANIMAL PROTEIN?

    Global population growth, increased lifespan, and improved economic stability are predicted to dramatically increase the amount of...

    Regard, Digestion, Food
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    REDOX SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF NUTRITION AND OXIDATIVE STRESS

    ABSTRACTDiet and nutrition contribute to both beneficial and harmful aspects of oxidative processes. The harmful processes, termed...

    Stress, Nutrition
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC AND SUGAR-SWEETENED BEVERAGES IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED LIVER FAT CONTENT IN MIDDLE-AGED MEN AND WOMEN

    ABSTRACTBackgroundFatty liver is the leading cause of chronic liver diseases and increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. Besides...

    Hepatitis, Food, Alcohol
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    GARLIC SUPPLEMENTATION REDUCES CIRCULATING C-REACTIVE PROTEIN, TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR, AND INTERLEUKIN-6 IN ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundConflicting findings on the effects of garlic supplementation on inflammatory biomarkers have been observed in randomized...

    Tumors, Regard
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    ERRATUM TO STAMM ET AL. LACTATING CANADIAN WOMEN CONSUMING 1000 ΜG FOLIC ACID DAILY HAVE HIGH CIRCULATING SERUM FOLIC ACID ABOVE A THRESHOLD CONCENTRATION OF SERUM TOTAL FOLATE

  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    A HIGH-FIBER DIET DECREASES POSTABSORPTIVE PROTEIN TURNOVER BUT DOES NOT ALTER INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN MEN WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundHigh-fiber diets are recommended in the diet of persons with diabetes, yet such diets can impair macronutrient digestion...

    Diet, Digestion, Diabetes
  • By Journal of Nutrition   -   Apr 13, 2019

    CALENDAR OF EVENTS