• By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    SEX DIFFERENCES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD GROWTH IN A RESOURCE-LIMITED SETTING: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE EARLY LIFE INTERVENTIONS IN CHILDHOOD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN TANZANIA STUDY

    AbstractBackgroundIn population-based growth surveys in sub-Saharan Africa, boys have higher rates of growth failure than girls.ObjectiveOur...

    Hospital
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    MATERNAL IRON STATUS IN EARLY PREGNANCY AND BLOOD PRESSURE THROUGHOUT PREGNANCY, PLACENTAL HEMODYNAMICS AND THE RISK OF GESTATIONAL HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS

    AbstractBackgroundIn non-pregnant populations, higher serum ferritin, which reflects high iron stores, is associated with an increased...

    Hypertension, Pregnant, Pregnancy
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ANEMIA ETIOLOGY IN ETHIOPIA: ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, AND OTHER RISK FACTORS IN A POPULATION-BASED CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY OF WOMEN, MEN, AND CHILDREN

    AbstractBackgroundWhile the causes of anemia at an individual level (such as certain nutritional deficiencies, infections, and genetic...

    Diet, Nutrition, Vitamins
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CROSS-SECTIONAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN HDL STRUCTURE OR FUNCTION, CELL MEMBRANE FATTY ACID COMPOSITION, AND INFLAMMATION IN ELDERLY ADULTS

    AbstractBackgroundCell membrane fatty acid composition has been related to inflammation and cardiovascular risk. Dysregulation of HDL...

    Obesity, Overweight, Cholesterol
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    MILKING MIRNAS FOR ALL THEIR WORTH

    USDA10.13039/100000199ARIS6250-51000-051-00DNational Institutes of Health10.13039/1000000021R03AI149201

  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CANNED BEANS DECREASE SERUM TOTAL AND LDL CHOLESTEROL IN ADULTS WITH ELEVATED LDL CHOLESTEROL IN A 4-WK MULTICENTER, RANDOMIZED, CROSSOVER STUDY

    ABSTRACTBackgroundPractical risk reduction strategies are needed to address cardiovascular disease. Beans can decrease LDL cholesterol;...

    Cholesterol
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS OF THE EFFECTS OF SOY INTAKE ON INFLAMMATORY MARKERS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN

    ABSTRACTBackgroundElevated concentrations of serum inflammatory cytokines, specifically TNF-α and IL-6, as well as C-reactive protein...

    Menopause
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    INGESTION OF FREE AMINO ACIDS COMPARED WITH AN EQUIVALENT AMOUNT OF INTACT PROTEIN RESULTS IN MORE RAPID AMINO ACID ABSORPTION AND GREATER POSTPRANDIAL PLASMA AMINO ACID AVAILABILITY WITHOUT AFFECTING MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES IN YOUNG ADULTS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundThe rate of protein digestion and amino acid absorption determines the postprandial rise in circulating amino acids...

    Digestion
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    COMMERCIAL DEVICES PROVIDE ESTIMATES OF ENERGY BALANCE WITH VARYING DEGREES OF VALIDITY IN FREE-LIVING ADULTS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundThe challenges of accurate estimation of energy intake are well-documented, with self-reported values 12%-20% below...

  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    TASTE OF MODERN DIETS: THE IMPACT OF FOOD PROCESSING ON NUTRIENT SENSING AND DIETARY ENERGY INTAKE

    ABSTRACTBackgroundBoth fresh and processed foods are available in the modern food environment where taste can signal presence of nutrients....

    Diet, Food
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DRINKING WATER SOURCE AND INTAKE ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DISTINCT GUT MICROBIOTA SIGNATURES IN US AND UK POPULATIONS

    ABSTRACTBackgroundThe microbiome of the digestive tract exerts fundamental roles in host physiology. Extrinsic factors including lifestyle...

    Food, Diet, Digestion
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ASSESSMENT OF DIETARY CHOLINE INTAKE, CONTRIBUTING FOOD ITEMS AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH ONE-CARBON AND LIPID METABOLITES IN MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY ADULTS: THE HORDALAND HEALTH STUDY

    AbstractBackgroundCholine is an essential nutrient for humans and is involved in various physiological functions. Through its metabolite...

    Food
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    CASH TRANSFER PROGRAMS ARE IMPORTANT FOR IMPROVED NUTRITION IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES

    Cash transfer programs are the most important social safety net in many low- and middle-income countries. Cash transfer programs provide...

    Nutrition, Diet, Pregnant
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    REDUCED RANK REGRESSION: ILLUSTRATION OF AN IMPORTANT TOOL IN THE EVALUATION OF DIETARY PATTERNS AND CHRONIC DISEASE RISK

    CLF10.13039/100002728

  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    ISOORIENTIN AFFECTS MARKERS OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE VIA EFFECTS ON THE ORAL AND GUT MICROBIOTA IN APP/PS1 MICE

    ABSTRACTBackgroundThere is growing evidence of strong associations between the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease and dysbiotic oral...

    Brain, Alzheimer
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    EXPLORING THE LINKS BETWEEN DIET AND INFLAMMATION: DAIRY FOODS AS CASE STUDIES

    ABSTRACTSystemic chronic inflammation may be a contributing factor to many noncommunicable diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular...

    Nutrition, Regard, Diabetes, Obesity, Diet, Food
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    A NOVEL FERRITIN-CORE ANALOGUE IS A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO ORAL FERROUS IRON FOR TREATING IRON DEFICIENCY DURING PREGNANCY IN MICE

    AbstractBackgroundMany women enter pregnancy with iron stores that are insufficient to maintain maternal iron balance and support fetal...

    Pregnancy, Diet, Pregnant
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DISPARITIES IN VITAMIN D STATUS OF NEWBORN INFANTS FROM A DIVERSE SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC POPULATION IN MONTREAL, CANADA

    AbstractBackgroundVitamin D status at birth is reliant on maternal-fetal transfer of vitamin D during gestation.ObjectiveTo examine...

    Vitamins
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    DAIRY AND DAIRY ALTERNATIVE SUPPLEMENTATION INCREASE INTEGRATED MYOFIBRILLAR PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES, AND ARE FURTHER INCREASED WHEN COMBINED WITH WALKING IN HEALTHY OLDER WOMEN

    AbstractBackgroundThe stimulation of muscle protein synthesis by dietary protein is reduced with age. We hypothesized that twice-daily...

    Diet
  • By Nutrition   -   Oct 18, 2021

    EGG WHITE PROTEIN PROMOTES DEVELOPMENTAL GROWTH IN RODENT MUSCLE INDEPENDENT OF THE LEUCINE CONTENT

    AbstractBackgroundLeucine has unique anabolic properties, serving as a nutrient signal that stimulates muscle protein synthesis.ObjectiveWe...

    Injection, Injections