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  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    VITAMIN D LEVELS AND COVID 19 RISK AND DEATH; IS THERE AN ASSOCIATION?

    Vitamins, Letter to the Editor
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    ASSOCIATION OF DIETARY PATTERNS WITH BLOOD URIC ACID CONCENTRATION AND HYPERURICEMIA IN NORTHERN CHINESE ADULTS

    Studies have shown that a direct association exists between the diet and blood uric acid concentrations. However, works on the association...

    Diet, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    COMMENTS ON “DIET QUALITY IN RELATION TO THE RISK OF HYPERTENSION AMONG IRANIAN ADULTS: CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS OF FASA PERSIAN COHORT STUDY”

    Hypertension, Diet, Letter to the Editor
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    HEALTHY U.S.-STYLE DIETARY PATTERNS CAN BE MODIFIED TO PROVIDE INCREASED ENERGY FROM PROTEIN

    Dietary patterns developed by the USDA provide modest levels of protein within the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range of 10-35%...

    Diet, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF A FOOD FREQUENCY QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COMMUNITY DWELLING OLDER ADULTS IN A MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRY: LEBANON

    Food frequency questionnaires is an easy and inexpensive tool that can be used to evaluate nutrient and dietary trends of groups and...

    Food, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    APPLICATION OF THE DEEP LEARNING ALGORITHM IN NUTRITION RESEARCH - USING SERUM PYRIDOXAL 5′-PHOSPHATE AS AN EXAMPLE

    Multivariable linear regression models were previously used to predict serum pyridoxal 5′-phosphate concentration, the active coenzyme...

    Nutrition, Vitamins, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    SOFT DRINK AND NON-CALORIC SOFT DRINK INTAKE AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH BLOOD PRESSURE: THE HEALTH WORKERS COHORT STUDY

    A few prospective studies have investigated the potential association of soft drink and non-caloric soft drink intake with high blood...

    Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    INTERMITTENT FASTING TWO DAYS VERSUS ONE DAY PER WEEK, MATCHED FOR TOTAL ENERGY INTAKE AND EXPENDITURE, INCREASES WEIGHT LOSS IN OVERWEIGHT/OBESE MEN AND WOMEN

    Intermittent fasting , consisting of either a one-day or two consecutive days per week, is commonly used for optimal body weight loss....

    Diet, Overweight, Obesity, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    EXPLORATION OF THE LOWER THRESHOLD OF IODINE INTAKE IN SOUTHERN CHINESE YOUNG ADULTS BASED ON ‘OVERFLOW THEORY' IN AN IODINE BALANCE STUDY

    Appropriate iodine intake for adults is essential to reduce the prevalence of thyroid diseases, but there is little research data on...

    Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    FOOD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS AND NUTRIENT INTAKES OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN AMIDST THE NUTRITION TRANSITION: THE CASE OF LEBANON

    This is the first study on dietary intakes of infants and young children in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, a region that is currently...

    Nutrition, Food, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    ATOPIC HEREDITY MODIFIES THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL VITAMIN D STATUS IN PREGNANCY AND THE RISK OF ATOPIC DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

    The relationship between maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy and the development of atopic diseases in the offspring has been frequently...

    Pregnancy, Vitamins, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CAFFEINE INTAKE AND TESTOSTERONE: NHANES 2013-2014

    Caffeine is one of the most commonly used psychoactive drugs in the world, and provides many health benefits including alertness, improved...

    Drugs, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SERUM 5-METHYLTETRAHYDROFOLATE AND HOMOCYSTEINE IN CHINESE HYPERTENSIVE PARTICIPANTS WITH DIFFERENT MTHFR C677T POLYMORPHISMS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Clarifying the association between 5-methyltetrahydrofolate and homocysteine and the effect pattern of methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase...

    Hypertension, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    WEIGHT GAIN ATTEMPTS AND DIET MODIFICATION EFFORTS AMONG ADULTS IN FIVE COUNTRIES: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY

    Recent research has emphasized a growing trend of weight gain attempts, particularly among adolescents and boys and young men. Little...

    Diet, Adolescence, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    ASSOCIATION OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION WITH THE INCIDENCE OF PROTEINURIA AND CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY IN JAPAN

    The difference in the clinical impact of alcohol consumption on kidney function based on sex remains to be elucidated. This study aimed...

    Alcohol, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    CONSUMPTION OF FLAVONOIDS AND RISK OF HORMONE-RELATED CANCERS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF OBSERVATIONAL STUDIES

    Flavonoids seem to have hormone-like and anti-hormone properties so that the consumption of flavonoids may have potential effects on...

    Cancer, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    MAJOR DIETARY PATTERNS IN RELATION TO CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN; A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY FROM RANCD COHORT

    Chronic low back pain is the most common musculoskeletal pain that affects a person's daily activities. This present study aimed at...

    Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    DAIRY FOOD INTAKE IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH SPINAL TRABECULAR BONE SCORE IN MEN AND WOMEN: THE FRAMINGHAM OSTEOPOROSIS STUDY

    Previous studies reported that dairy foods are associated with higher areal bone mineral density in older adults. However, data on...

    Minerals, Food, Osteoporosis, Research
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    THE EFFICACY OF VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION FOR IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW WITH META-ANALYSIS

    Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic gastrointestinal disorder involving gut-brain interactions with limited effective treatment options....

    Brain, Vitamins, Review
  • By Nutrition Journal   -   Jun 27, 2022

    DIETARY FIBER AND PREVALENCE OF ABDOMINAL AORTIC CALCIFICATION IN THE UNITED STATES (FROM THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY DATA (2013-2014))

    Abdominal aortic calcification is recognized as a valuable predictor of cardiovascular diseases. Dietary fiber is strongly correlated...

    Nutrition, Research