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  1. Previous studies have suggested that young children are inaccurate reporters of dietary intake. The purpose of this study was to validate a single recall of the previous day’s school lunch reported by 6–8 year...

    Authors: Monica Hunsberger, Pablo Pena, Lauren Lissner, Lisen Grafström, Barbara Vanaelst, Claudia Börnhorst, Valeria Pala and Gabriele Eiben
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:129
  2. While relationships between sleep and BMI have been extensively studied in younger children the effect of sleep duration on adiposity in adolescents, who are undergoing rapid growth periods, is less well known...

    Authors: Paula ML Skidmore, Anna S Howe, Maria A Polak, Jyh Eiin Wong, Alex Lubransky, Sheila M Williams and Katherine E Black
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:128
  3. Recent studies suggest that some of the clinical effectiveness of soy or daidzein, which is a type of isoflavone, may be attributed to a person’s ability to produce equol from daidzein. Equol, which is a metab...

    Authors: Yuko Tousen, Mariko Uehara, Fumiko Abe, Yoshifumi Kimira and Yoshiko Ishimi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:127
  4. Adequate nutrient intakes among women of reproductive age (WRA) are important determinants of maternal, neonatal and child health outcomes. However, data on dietary intake for WRA in Vietnam are lacking. This ...

    Authors: Phuong H Nguyen, Garrett Strizich, Alyssa Lowe, Hieu Nguyen, Hoa Pham, Truong V Truong, Son Nguyen, Reynaldo Martorell and Usha Ramakrishnan
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:126
  5. World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines recommend for children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM), high-dose vitamin A (VA) supplements be given on day 1 of admission, and on days 2 and 14 in the case of ...

    Authors: Lora L Iannotti, Indi Trehan and Mark J Manary
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:125
  6. Older people are at increased risk of vitamin B12 deficiency and the provision of fortified foods may be an effective way to ensure good vitamin B12 status in later life.

    Authors: Hugo Sanchez, Cecilia Albala, Lydia Lera, Alan D Dangour and Ricardo Uauy
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:124
  7. There are very few studies on the frequency of breakfast and snack consumption and its relation to fruit and vegetable intake. This study aims to fill that gap by exploring the relation between irregular break...

    Authors: Giacomo Lazzeri, Andrea Pammolli, Elena Azzolini, Rita Simi, Veronica Meoni, Daniel Rudolph de Wet and Mariano Vincenzo Giacchi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:123
  8. Postprandial lipemia (PL) contributes to coronary artery disease. The fatty acid composition of dietary fats is potentially a modifiable factor in modulating PL response.

    Authors: Tilakavati Karupaiah and Kalyana Sundram
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:122
  9. It has long been postulated that the relative abundance of specific nutrients can affect cognitive processes and emotions. Newly described influences of dietary factors on neuronal function and synaptic plasti...

    Authors: Zain M Azhar, Jamil O Zubaidah, Khin ON Norjan, Candy Yi-Jing Zhuang and Fai Tsang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:121
  10. In South East Asia, concerns exist about the acceptability of peanut-based Ready-to-Use-Therapeutic-Foods (RUTF) for the treatment of severe acute malnutrition (SAM). Therefore, an alternative, culturally acce...

    Authors: Tran T Nga, Marie Nguyen, Roger Mathisen, Do TB Hoa, Nguyen H Minh, Jacques Berger and Frank T Wieringa
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:120
  11. In patients with chronic hepatitis C (CHC), obesity is involved in the pathogenesis of insulin resistance, fatty liver disease and progression of fibrosis. The objective of this study was to compare a normoglu...

    Authors: Emilia Rusu, Mariana Jinga, Georgiana Enache, Florin Rusu, Andreea Diana Dragomir, Ioan Ancuta, Ramona Draguţ, Cristina Parpala, Raluca Nan, Irina Sima, Simona Ateia, Victor Stoica, Dan Mircea Cheţa and Gabriela Radulian
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:119
  12. The combination of cytoreductive surgery (CRS) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) is a promising treatment option for selected patients with peritoneal carcinomatosis. This retrospective stu...

    Authors: Pankaj G Vashi, Digant Gupta, Carolyn A Lammersfeld, Donald P Braun, Brenten Popiel, Subhasis Misra and Komen C Brown
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:118
  13. The risk of chronic disease cannot be predicted simply by the content of a single nutrient in a food or food group in the diet. The contribution of food sources of calories, added sugars and saturated fat (SFA...

    Authors: Peter J Huth, Victor L Fulgoni III, Debra R Keast, Keigan Park and Nancy Auestad
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:116
  14. A new dietary supplement, Fatigue Reviva™, has been recently developed to address issues related to amino acid depletion following illness or in conditions of sub-health where altered amino acid homeostasis ha...

    Authors: R Hugh Dunstan, Diane L Sparkes, Tim K Roberts, Marcus J Crompton, Johan Gottfries and Benjamin J Dascombe
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:115
  15. Authors: James D Kean, David Camfield, Jerome Sarris, Marni Kras, Richard Silberstein, Andrew Scholey and Con Stough
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:113

    The original article was published in Nutrition Journal 2013 12:100

  16. The health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids from fish are well known, and fish oil supplements are used widely in a preventive manner to compensate the low intake in the general population. The aim of this open...

    Authors: Jay K Udani and Barry W Ritz
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:112
  17. Challenges to HIV care in resource limited settings (RLS) include malnutrition. Limited evidence supports the benefit of nutritional supplementation when starting antiretroviral therapy (ART) in RLS.

    Authors: Denise Evans, Lynne McNamara, Mhairi Maskew, Katerina Selibas, Desiree van Amsterdam, Nicola Baines, Tracey Webster and Ian Sanne
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:111
  18. A number of dietary quality indices (DQIs) have been developed to assess the quality of dietary intake. Analysis of the intake of individual nutrients does not reflect the complexity of dietary behaviours and ...

    Authors: Alison E Murray, Aoibheann M McMorrow, Eamonn O’Connor, Catherine Kiely, Oscar Mac Ananey, Donal O'Shea, Mikel Egaña and Fiona E Lithander
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:110
  19. To preserve muscle mass and therefore limit the risk of disability in older adults protein intake is seen as important factor. Besides the amount of protein, its distribution over the day is thought to affect ...

    Authors: Julia Bollwein, Rebecca Diekmann, Matthias J Kaiser, Jürgen M Bauer, Wolfgang Uter, Cornel C Sieber and Dorothee Volkert
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:109
  20. Cardiovascular (CV) disease is a leading cause of global mortality. Despite clear evidence of the coexistence of several risk factors in young people as children and an understanding of the importance of the h...

    Authors: Selma C Liberato, Louise Maple-Brown, Josefina Bressan and Andrew P Hills
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:108
  21. A couple of studies indicate a favorable impact of lupin protein on cardiovascular risk factors in humans. These studies, however, used relatively high doses of > 33 g/d, which can hardly be consumed under phy...

    Authors: Melanie Bähr, Anita Fechner, Julia Krämer, Michael Kiehntopf and Gerhard Jahreis
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:107
  22. Because human diets are composed of a wide variety of nutrients that may work synergistically to prevent or promote disease, assessing dietary nutrient intake status may be informative. The purpose of this stu...

    Authors: Shanshan Bian, Yuxia Gao, Meilin Zhang, Xuan Wang, Weiqiao Liu, Dalong Zhang and Guowei Huang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:106
  23. We found marked improvement of glycemic control and several cardiovascular risk factors in patients with type 2 diabetes given advice to follow a Paleolithic diet, as compared to a diabetes diet. We now report...

    Authors: Tommy Jönsson, Yvonne Granfeldt, Staffan Lindeberg and Ann-Christine Hallberg
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:105
  24. Recent studies have raised controversy regarding the association between cesarean section and later obesity in the offspring. The purpose of this study was to assess the association of cesarean section with in...

    Authors: Marcelo Zubaran Goldani, Marco Antonio Barbieri, Antônio Augusto Moura da Silva, Manoel Romeu Pereira Gutierrez, Heloisa Bettiol and Helena Ayako Sueno Goldani
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:104
  25. Milk has been recognized to represent a functionally active nutrient system promoting neonatal growth of mammals. Cell growth is regulated by the nutrient-sensitive kinase mechanistic target of rapamycin complex ...

    Authors: Bodo C Melnik, Swen Malte John and Gerd Schmitz
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:103
  26. The consumption pattern characterized by high consumption of vegetables, fruit, fish, olive oil and red wine has been associated with improvements in the total antioxidant capacity of individuals and reduced i...

    Authors: Marta Romeu, Nuria Aranda, Montserrat Giralt, Blanca Ribot, Maria Rosa Nogues and Victoria Arija
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:102
  27. In some studies, high intake of dietary fibre has been associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer. The present study aimed to compare physiological effects of three legume kernel fibres and citrus fibre...

    Authors: Anita Fechner, Katrin Fenske and Gerhard Jahreis
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:101
  28. The prevalence rate of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) within Western cultures is between 5% and 12%, and is the most common psychiatric illness among school-aged children, with an estimated 50...

    Authors: James D Kean, David Camfield, Jerome Sarris, Marni Kras, Richard Silberstein, Andrew Scholey and Con Stough
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:100

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Nutrition Journal 2013 12:113

  29. Breast cancer prognosis can be adversely influenced by obesity, physical inactivity and metabolic dysfunction. Interventions aimed at improving surrogate markers of breast cancer risk such as insulin resistanc...

    Authors: Emer M Guinan, Elizabeth M Connolly, M John Kennedy and Juliette Hussey
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:99
  30. The extent to which long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCn-3PUFA) from fish oil such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) exert their anti-inflammatory effects by down-reg...

    Authors: Marie-Ève Labonté, Patrick Couture, André J Tremblay, Jean-Charles Hogue, Valéry Lemelin and Benoît Lamarche
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:98
  31. Previous studies have focused on weight maintenance following weight loss, i.e. secondary weight maintenance (SWM). The long-term results of SWM have been rather modest and it has been suggested that preventin...

    Authors: Kristina Lindvall, Paul Jenkins, Maria Emmelin, Melissa Scribani, Margareta Norberg, Christel Larsson and Lars Weinehall
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:97
  32. The Vitamin D Receptor gene (VDR) is expressed in many tissues and modulates the expression of several other genes. The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between metabolic syndrome (MetS...

    Authors: Natielen Jacques Schuch, Vivian Cristina Garcia, Sandra Roberta Gouvea Ferreira Vívolo and Lígia Araújo Martini
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:96
  33. The inclusion of toys in food packages is a common marketing practice, and it is suspected of promoting obesogenic behaviours. This study aimed to determine whether toys packaged with food are indeed increasin...

    Authors: Dario Gregori, Simonetta Ballali, Claudia Elena Gafare, Adriana Casella, Giulia Stefanini, Rogenia de Sousa Alves, Laura Franchin, Ignacio Amador, Neila Maria Almedia Da Silva and Javier Dibildox
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:95
  34. Dietary phosphorus (P) intake in Western countries is 2- to 3-fold higher than recommended, and phosphate is widely used as a food additive in eg. cola beverages and processed meat products. Elevated serum pho...

    Authors: Suvi T Itkonen, Heini J Karp, Virpi E Kemi, Elina M Kokkonen, Elisa M Saarnio, Minna H Pekkinen, Merja UM Kärkkäinen, E Kalevi A Laitinen, Maila I Turanlahti and Christel JE Lamberg-Allardt
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:94
  35. Arterial stiffness is a component of vascular function and an established risk factor for cardiovascular disease. There is a lack of conclusive evidence on the effect of a meal rich in monounsaturated fat (MUF...

    Authors: Fiona E Lithander, Louise K Herlihy, Deirdre M Walsh, Emma Burke, Vivion Crowley and Azra Mahmud
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:93
  36. This study aimed to examine the cross validity of two anthropometric equations commonly used and propose simple anthropometric equations to estimate appendicular muscle mass (AMM) in elderly women.

    Authors: Piettra Moura Galvão Pereira, Giselma Alcântara da Silva, Gilberto Moreira Santos Jr, Edio Luiz Petroski and Amandio Aristides Rihan Geraldes
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:92
  37. Healthy post-pregnancy outcomes are contingent upon an informed regimen of prenatal care encouraging healthy maternal consumption habits. In this article, we describe aspects of maternal intake of food, drink,...

    Authors: Sarah E Santiago, Grace H Park and Kelly J Huffman
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:91
  38. Low calcium:phosphorus ratios (Ca:P ratio) in habitual diet have been observed worldwide, and it has been shown to be harmful to the bone health of the population. However, no study associating this ratio with...

    Authors: Danielle de Carvalho Pereira, Raquel Patrícia Ataíde Lima, Roberto Teixeira de Lima, Maria da Conceição Rodrigues Gonçalves, Liana Clébia Soares Lima de Morais, Sylvia do Carmo Castro Franceschini, Rosália Gouveia Filizola, Ronei Marcos de Moraes, Luiza Sonia Rios Asciutti and Maria José de Carvalho Costa
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:90
  39. Glutamine appears to mediate protection against gut injury via multiple pathways. These include fibronectin-integrin, PI3-K/MAPK pathways, and activation of heat shock protein (HSP) response. We hypothesize th...

    Authors: Stefanie Niederlechner, Christine Baird and Paul E Wischmeyer
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:88
  40. Probiotic and synbiotic products are widely marketed to healthy individuals, although potential benefits for these individuals are rarely studied. This study investigated the effect of daily consumption of a s...

    Authors: Hilary M F Tulk, Diane C Blonski, Lauren A Murch, Alison M Duncan and Amanda J Wright
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:87
  41. Consumption of moderate amounts of animal-derived protein has been shown to differently influence skeletal muscle hypertrophy during resistance training when compared with nitrogenous and isoenergetic amounts ...

    Authors: Jordan M Joy, Ryan P Lowery, Jacob M Wilson, Martin Purpura, Eduardo O De Souza, Stephanie MC Wilson, Douglas S Kalman, Joshua E Dudeck and Ralf Jäger
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:86
  42. Few studies have examined water consumption patterns among US children. Additionally, recent data on total water consumption as it relates to the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) are lacking. This study evaluat...

    Authors: Adam Drewnowski, Colin D Rehm and Florence Constant
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:85
  43. Both clinical and preclinical studies revealed that regular intake of green tea reduced the prevalence of depressive symptoms, as well as produced antidepressant-like effects in rodents. Evidence proposed that...

    Authors: Qiangye Zhang, Hongchao Yang, Jian Wang, Aiwu Li, Wentong Zhang, Xinhai Cui and Kelai Wang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:84
  44. This study investigated the effect of fermented milk supplementation on glucose metabolism associated with muscle damage after acute exercise in humans.

    Authors: Masayo Iwasa, Wataru Aoi, Keitaro Mune, Haruka Yamauchi, Kaori Furuta, Shota Sasaki, Kazuya Takeda, Kiyomi Harada, Sayori Wada, Yasushi Nakamura, Kenji Sato and Akane Higashi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:83
  45. Dietary pattern analysis, based on the concept that foods eaten together are as important as a reductive methodology characterized by a single food or nutrient analysis, has emerged as an alternative approach ...

    Authors: Peter Clarys, Peter Deriemaeker, Inge Huybrechts, Marcel Hebbelinck and Patrick Mullie
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:82
  46. The inner-city pediatric population in the United States has a disproportionate burden of asthma. Recent attention has focused on the immunomodulatory role of vitamin D, which may be protective against disease...

    Authors: Sonali Bose, Patrick N Breysse, Meredith C McCormack, Nadia N Hansel, Robert R Rusher, Elizabeth Matsui, Roger Peng, Jean Curtin-Brosnan and Gregory B Diette
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:81
  47. In developing countries, deficiencies in essential micronutrients are common, particularly in pregnant women. Although, biochemical indicators of diet and nutrition are useful to assess nutritional status, few...

    Authors: D Kevin Horton, Olorunfemi Adetona, Manuel Aguilar-Villalobos, Brandon E Cassidy, Christine M Pfeiffer, Rosemary L Schleicher, Kathleen L Caldwell, Larry L Needham, Stephen L Rathbun, John E Vena and Luke P Naeher
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2013 12:80

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