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REAL ILEAL AMINO ACID DIGESTIBILITY OF PEA PROTEIN COMPARED TO CASEIN IN HEALTHY HUMANS, A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

AbstractBackgroundIt is necessary to propose plant alternatives to animal proteins that are of good nutritional quality. Pea is a good...

USE OF FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, AND TWITTER FOR RECRUITING HEALTHY PARTICIPANTS IN NUTRITION, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, OR OBESITY RELATED STUDIES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

AbstractBackgroundThere are limited systematic reviews exploring the use of social media for recruiting participants specifically for...

 
 
 

MATERNAL CAFFEINE INTAKE AND DNA METHYLATION IN NEWBORN CORD BLOOD

AbstractBackgroundEpigenetic mechanisms may underlie associations between maternal caffeine consumption and adverse childhood metabolic...

INTERACTION BETWEEN RS10830962 POLYMORPHISM IN MTNR1B AND LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION ON MATERNAL AND NEONATAL OUTCOMES: SECONDARY ANALYSES OF THE DALI LIFESTYLE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

AbstractBackgroundInteractions between polymorphisms of the melatonin receptor 1B gene and lifestyle intervention for gestational diabetes...

 
 
 

SERUM SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS AND RISK OF ALL-CAUSE AND HEART DISEASE MORTALITY AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES

ABSTRACTBackgroundThe impact of selenium status on the long-term health of people with type 2 diabetes remains unclear.ObjectivesTo...

ANTHROPOMETRICS AND FAT MASS, BUT NOT FAT-FREE MASS, ARE COMPROMISED IN INFANTS REQUIRING PARENTERAL NUTRITION AFTER NEONATAL INTESTINAL SURGERY

AbstractBackgroundChildren with intestinal failure receiving long-term parenteral nutrition have altered body composition , but data...

 
 
 

ULTRA-PROCESSED FOOD CONSUMPTION AMONG US ADULTS FROM 2001 TO 2018

ABSTRACTBackgroundAccumulating evidence links ultra-processed foods to poor diet quality and chronic diseases. Understanding dietary...

ASSESSING THE SAFETY OF BIOACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN INFANT FORMULA THAT AFFECT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM AN EXPERT PANEL

AbstractBioactive ingredients for infant formula have been sought to reduce disparities in health outcomes between breastfed and formula-fed...

 
 
 

BREASTFEEDING: WHEN WILL ENOUGH EVIDENCE BE ENOUGH?

For the first time, the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines for Americans includes dietary guidance for infants and toddlers ( 1 ). Consistent...

DIET, BLOOD PRESSURE, AND HEART DISEASE-PRECISION NUTRITION APPROACHES TO UNDERSTAND RESPONSE TO DIET AND PREDICT DISEASE RISK

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THE MEDITERRANEAN-DASH INTERVENTION FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DELAY DIET IS ASSOCIATED WITH PHYSICAL FUNCTION AND GRIP STRENGTH IN OLDER MEN AND WOMEN

ABSTRACTBackgroundDiet quality may be protective of physical function and muscle strength during aging.ObjectivesWe aimed to investigate...

IMPACT OF SUPPLEMENTATION WITH MILK-CEREAL MIX DURING 6-12 MONTHS OF AGE ON GROWTH AT 12 MONTHS: A 3-ARM RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IN DELHI, INDIA

ABSTRACTBackgroundA large proportion of infants in low- and middle-income countries are stunted. These infants are often fed complementary...

 
 
 

HEALTHY EATING PATTERNS AND EPIGENETIC MEASURES OF BIOLOGICAL AGE

ABSTRACTBackgroundHealthy eating is associated with lower risks of disease and mortality, but the mechanisms underlying these associations...

THE EFFECT OF VITAMIN K1 ON ARTERIAL CALCIFICATION ACTIVITY IN SUBJECTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS: A POST HOC ANALYSIS OF A DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL

ABSTRACTBackgroundCoronary and aortic artery calcifications are generally slow to develop, and their burden predicts cardiovascular...

 
 
 

MONTHLY MEASUREMENT OF CHILD LENGTHS BETWEEN 6 AND 27 MONTHS OF AGE IN BURKINA FASO REVEALS BOTH CHRONIC AND EPISODIC GROWTH FALTERING

ABSTRACTBackgroundLinear growth faltering is determined primarily by attained heights in infancy, but available data consist mainly...

WHOLE-FAT DAIRY PRODUCTS DO NOT ADVERSELY AFFECT ADIPOSITY OR CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN CHILDREN IN THE MILKY WAY STUDY: A DOUBLE-BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT STUDY

ABSTRACTBackgroundLimited evidence supports the common public health guideline that children > 2 y of age should consume dairy with...

 
 
 

PREPREGNANCY ADHERENCE TO PLANT-BASED DIET INDICES AND EXPLORATORY DIETARY PATTERNS IN RELATION TO FECUNDABILITY

AbstractBackgroundModest associations have been reported between specific food groups or nutrients and fecundability. Examining overall...

HIGHER HABITUAL INTAKE OF DIETARY DICARBONYLS IS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGHER CORRESPONDING PLASMA DICARBONYL CONCENTRATIONS AND SKIN AUTOFLUORESCENCE: THE MAASTRICHT STUDY

AbstractBackgroundDicarbonyls are highly reactive compounds and major precursors of advanced glycation endproducts. Both dicarbonyls...

 
 
 

ASSOCIATION OF MATERNAL DIETARY PATTERNS DURING PREGNANCY WITH SMALL-FOR-GESTATIONAL-AGE INFANTS: KOREAN MOTHERS AND CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH STUDY

AbstractBackgroundNutrients that support the desired growth and development of the fetus (i.e., micronutrients like folate, iron, and...

A POSTERIORI DIETARY PATTERNS BETTER EXPLAIN VARIATIONS OF THE GUT MICROBIOME THAN INDIVIDUAL MARKERS IN THE AMERICAN GUT PROJECT

AbstractBackgroundIndividual diet components and specific dietary regimens have been shown to impact the gut microbiome.ObjectiveHere,...

 
 
 



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