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AN AMINO ACID-BASED ORAL REHYDRATION SOLUTION REGULATES RADIATION-INDUCED INTESTINAL BARRIER DISRUPTION IN MICE

ABSTRACTBackgroundRadiotherapy inadvertently affects gastrointestinal epithelial cells, causing intestinal barrier disruption and increased...

PROTEIN REQUIREMENTS OF ELDERLY CHINESE ADULTS ARE HIGHER THAN CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS

ABSTRACTBackgroundDue to a lack of research data on the protein requirements of the elderly in China, the estimated average requirement...

 
 
 

GILBERT ANTONIO LEVEILLE, PHD (1934-2019)

Dr Gilbert A Leveille was, at his very core, a scientist. His zest for science and an insatiable urge to seek out and overcome new...

ATF4 IS A FUNDAMENTAL REGULATOR OF NUTRIENT SENSING AND PROTEIN TURNOVER

Over the past several years, the amino acid response pathway has emerged as a critically important mechanism for cellular adaptation...

 
 
 

AN ORGANIC MATRIX TO IMPROVE THE BIOAVAILABILITY AND SENSORY PROPERTIES OF MICRONUTRIENT FORTIFICANTS

Micronutrient malnutrition is a leading contributor to the global burden of disease. Global estimates indicate that > 30% of children...

DO WE NEED TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN VEGETARIANS AND VEGANS?

Vegetarian diets continue to gain popularity due to concerns about environmental sustainability and belief that it is a healthier diet...

 
 
 

REPLY TO C VANDERWALL AND AL CARREL

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CONVERSIONS OF Β-CAROTENE AS VITAMIN A IN IU TO VITAMIN A IN RAE

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, events around the world are being postponed or moved online. For the most current information...

RESPONSE TO “INTERMITTENT ENERGY RESTRICTION IS A FEASIBLE, EFFECTIVE, AND ACCEPTABLE INTERVENTION TO TREAT ADOLESCENTS WITH OBESITY” BY H JEBEILE ET AL

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RECONSIDERING THE “THIN-FAT” INDIAN NEONATE

Over recent decades, India has emerged as one of the world's “capitals” of type 2 diabetes mellitus. In 2016, the national T2DM prevalence...

GUT MICROBES: NUTS ABOUT FATTY ACIDS

Diet is now recognized as a vital contributor to the structure and function of the human gastrointestinal microbiome-the microbial...

 
 
 

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENT FORMS OF FOLATE IN HUMAN SERUM: THE FOLATE FOLIO CONTINUES TO GROW

The long and storied history of the B vitamin, folate, began in the 1930s when Wills ( 1 ) and Stokstad and Manning ( 2 ) demonstrated...

SUPPORTIVE EVIDENCE FOR PROGRAM IMPACT PATHWAYS: FOOD-ASSISTED MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROGRAMS CAN PRODUCE SUSTAINED DIETARY IMPROVEMENTS

Following the end of a 15-y civil war in 2005, Burundi has experienced political instability, persistent poverty, and rapid population...

 
 
 

RAMADAN IS NOT THE SAME AS RAMADAN FASTING

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REPLY TO A SEIERMANN AND S GABRYSCH

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CORRIGENDUM FOR ARVIZU ET AL. SODIUM INTAKE DURING PREGNANCY, BUT NOT OTHER DIET RECOMMENDATIONS AIMED AT PREVENTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, IS POSITIVELY RELATED TO RISK OF HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY. J NUTR 2020;150:159-66

CORRIGENDUM FOR STRUIK ET AL. VERY LOW AND HIGHER CARBOHYDRATE DIETS PROMOTE DIFFERENTIAL APPETITE RESPONSES IN ADULTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL. J NUTR 2020; NXZ344

 
 
 

CORRIGENDUM FOR AU ET AL. DIET QUALITY OF US INFANTS AND TODDLERS 7-24 MONTHS OLD IN THE WIC INFANT AND TODDLER FEEDING PRACTICES STUDY-2). J NUTR. 2018;148:1786-93

15N AND ²H INTRINSIC LABELING DEMONSTRATE THAT REAL DIGESTIBILITY IN RATS OF PROTEINS AND AMINO ACIDS FROM SUNFLOWER PROTEIN ISOLATE IS ALMOST AS HIGH AS THAT OF GOAT WHEY

ABSTRACTBackgroundIn the context of developing plant protein sources for humans, sunflower is a good candidate in its form as an oilseed...

 
 
 



Two Anti-inflammatory Drugs Inhibit the Replication of Coronavirus

Two Anti-inflammatory Drugs Inhibit the Replication of Coronavirus

An anti-inflammatory drug for humans and another for animals inhibit a key enzyme in the replication and transcription of the COVID-19 virus The results of the work have been... Read more ...

UK's test, trace and isolate scheme will only cut infections by 5%...

UK's test, trace and isolate scheme will only cut infections by 5%, scientists warn

World-leading experts from the Royal Society warned the Test, Trace and Isolate programme was 'not a silver bullet' and will only have a 'modest' effect on the UK's crisis. Read more ...

Coronavirus antibody tests are wrong up to half of the time, the CDC warns

Coronavirus antibody tests are wrong up to half of the time, the CDC warns

The Centers for Disease Control has updated its guidance on its website, warning that antibody tests for COVID-19 may be wrong up to half of the time in delivering a false... Read more ...

‘Cheaper By The Dozen' Cast Recreates Scenes From The Movie 17 Years Later

‘Cheaper By The Dozen' Cast Recreates Scenes From The Movie 17 Years Later

The Cheaper by the Dozen cast came together to recreate scenes from the movie for charity The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our daily lives and the “ new normal ” - as... Read more ...

Not every recovered coronavirus patients develops enough 'neutralizing'...

Not every recovered coronavirus patients develops enough 'neutralizing' antibodies

In a new study from Rockefeller University, 79% of 149 recovered coronavirus patients who donated plasma had low levels of antibodies in their blood but 1% of 'elite donors'... Read more ...

Coronavirus UK: Confusion as firms asked to STOP home tests

Coronavirus UK: Confusion as firms asked to STOP home tests

Britain's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has 'asked' companies to stop providing at-home antibody tests after spotting them online. Read more ...

Coronavirus: Infected can see others after 10 symptom-free days

Coronavirus: Infected can see others after 10 symptom-free days

According to the CDC's new guidelines, people who were infected with the novel coronavirus can safely see other people if it's been 10 days since they first noticed symptoms. Read more ...

Coronavirus: 3D Printed Nasal Swabs Designed

Coronavirus: 3D Printed Nasal Swabs Designed

COVID-19: Local 3D printed nasal swabs designed by researchers were found to solve supply chain problems. Read more ...

Are U.S. states covering up coronavirus death data?

Are U.S. states covering up coronavirus death data?

As states across the U.S. ramp up their reopenings, some are coming under fire for publishing misleading statistics or concealing information related to the Wuhan coronavirus... Read more ...

Novel Device can Simulate Filtering and Ion Transport Functions of Human Kidney

Novel Device can Simulate Filtering and Ion Transport Functions of Human Kidney

New device developed can simulate the human kidney's blood filtering and ion transport functions, which could transform treatment options for people in the final stage of renal... Read more ...