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  1. Healthy eating habits at a young age are crucial to support growth and development and good general health. In this context, monitoring youth dietary intakes adequately with valid tools is important to develop...

    Authors: Vicky Drapeau, Catherine Laramée, Jacynthe Lafreniere, Christiane Trottier, Charlotte Brochu, Julie Robitaille, Benoît Lamarche and Simone Lemieux
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:66
  2. Time-restricted eating (TRE), a popular form of intermittent fasting, has shown benefits for improving metabolic diseases and cardiometabolic health. However, the effect of TRE in the regulation of blood press...

    Authors: Xiaoxin Zhou, Xiaoqian Lin, Jing Yu, Yi Yang, Hira Muzammel, Said Amissi, Valérie B. Schini-Kerth, Xun Lei, Pedro A. Jose, Jian Yang and Dan Shi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:65
  3. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a globally increasing health epidemic. Lifestyle intervention is recommended as the main therapy for NAFLD. However, the optimal approach is still unclear. This stud...

    Authors: Zhong Liu, Piaopiao Jin, Yuping Liu, Zhimian Zhang, Xiangming Wu, Min Weng, Suyan Cao, Yan Wang, Chang Zeng, Rui Yang, Chenbing Liu, Ping Sun, Cuihuan Tian, Nan Li and Qiang Zeng
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:64
  4. Although fish oil has been considered to have an anti-inflammatory effect and has been proven to play a beneficial role in the incidence of numerous diseases, the association between fish oil supplementation a...

    Authors: Yancong Chen, Zhilan Li, Yinyan Gao, Boya Xu, Weiru Zhang and Irene X.Y. Wu
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:63
  5. The Weight-Adjusted Waist Index (WWI) is a new indicator of obesity that is associated with all-cause mortality in Asian populations. Our study aimed to investigate the linear and non-linear associations betwe...

    Authors: Ting Cao, Ruijie Xie, Jiusong Wang, Meimei Xiao, Haiyang Wu, Xiaozhu Liu, Songlin Xie, Yanming Chen, Mingjiang Liu and Ya Zhang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:62
  6. The Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) has demonstrated efficacy in preventing age-related cognitive decline and modulating plasma concentrations of endocannabinoids (eCBs) and N-acylethanolamines (NAEs, or eCB-like co...

    Authors: Natalia Soldevila-Domenech, Beatriz Fagundo, Aida Cuenca-Royo, Laura Forcano, Maria Gomis-González, Anna Boronat, Antoni Pastor, Olga Castañer, Maria Dolores Zomeño, Albert Goday, Mara Dierssen, Khashayar Baghizadeh Hosseini, Emilio Ros, Dolores Corella, Miguel Ángel Martínez-González, Jordi Salas-Salvadó…
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:61
  7. Given the benefits of gardening for physical and psychological health, we explored whether gardening was associated with lower risks of subjective cognitive decline (SCD), a precursor of dementia, and SCD-rela...

    Authors: Kaiyue Wang, Yaqi Li, Xiao Chen, Susan Veldheer, Chen Wang, Han Wang, Liang Sun and Xiang Gao
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:59
  8. Eating habits formed during adolescence greatly influence the maintenance of health in adulthood. With the recent development of social media and easy access to the Internet, adolescents watch plenty of food v...

    Authors: Min Jeong Joo, Dan Bi Kim, Jisu Ko, Jae Hyeok Lim, Eun-Cheol Park and Jaeyong Shin
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:58
  9. It is unclear if improving diet quality after midlife could reduce the risk of physical frailty at late life. We aimed to associate changes in diet quality after midlife with physical frailty at late life.

    Authors: Jun S. Lai, Kevin Y. Chua, Huiqi Li and Woon-Puay Koh
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:57
  10. Promoting healthy and sustainable diets is increasingly important and the Mediterranean Diet (MD) has been recognized as an appropriate example that can be adapted to different countries. Considering that the ...

    Authors: Cinzia Franchini, Beatrice Biasini, Giovanni Sogari, Rungsaran Wongprawmas, Giulia Andreani, Irina Dolgopolova, Miguel I. Gómez, Jutta Roosen, Davide Menozzi, Cristina Mora, Francesca Scazzina and Alice Rosi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:56
  11. Assessing the trends in dietary GHGE considering the social patterning is critical for understanding the role that food systems have played and will play in global emissions in countries of the global south. O...

    Authors: Francisco Canto-Osorio, Brent A. Langellier, Mishel Unar-Munguia, Tonatiuh Barrientos-Gutiérrez, Juan A. Rivera, Ana V. Diez-Roux, Dalia Stern and Nancy López-Olmedo
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:55
  12. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a prevalent condition that is thought to be significantly impacted by oxidative stress. The oxidative balance score (OBS) has been built to characterize the state of antioxidant/pr...

    Authors: Zhixiao Xu, Weiwei Chu, Xiong Lei and Chengshui Chen
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:54
  13. Changes in economy and dietary guidelines brought a great shock to diet quality and meal behaviors, but if these transformations have extended to minerals intake and their sources was still poorly understood. ...

    Authors: Xuemin Yan, Xuanyang Wang, Jia Zhang, Zhu Ming, Can Zhang, Pingnan Ma, Qianmin Liu, Yuanyuan Xu, Licheng Cheng, Xibo Pang and Ying Li
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:52
  14. Meals differ in terms of food items and nutritional quality. The aim of the present study was to propose a scale to measure the meals quality of schoolchildren according to food processing degree, perform a pr...

    Authors: Stella Lemke, Dalton Francisco de Andrade, Patrícia de Fragas Hinnig, Silvio Aparecido da Silva, Silvana Ligia Vincenzi, Denise Miguel Teixeira Roberto, Adriana Soares Lobo, Francilene Gracieli Kunradi Vieira, Patricia Faria Di Pietro and Maria Alice Altenburg de Assis
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:50
  15. Previous studies on whole grain consumption had inconsistent findings and lacked quantitative assessments of evidence quality. Therefore, we aimed to summarize updated findings using the Burden of Proof analys...

    Authors: Houpu Liu, Jiahao Zhu, Rui Gao, Lilu Ding, Ye Yang, Wenxia Zhao, Xiaonan Cui, Wenli Lu, Jing Wang and Yingjun Li
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:49
  16. Limited data regarding the correlation between oxidative balance score (OBS) and hyperuricemia highlights the necessity for thorough investigations. This study aims to examine the link between OBS, which incor...

    Authors: Fengmin Liu, Fangqin You, Lihang Yang, Xiaojuan Du, Cheng Li, Geng Chen and Diya Xie
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:48
  17. Whole grains have recently been promoted as beneficial to diabetes prevention. However, the evidence for the glycemic benefits of whole grains seems to conflict between the cohort studies and randomized contro...

    Authors: Tao Ying, Jianheng Zheng, Juntao Kan, Wenyun Li, Kun Xue, Jun Du, Yuwei Liu and Gengsheng He
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:47
  18. Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women worldwide. The relationship between remnant cholesterol (RC) and the prognosis of patients with breast cancer has not been clearly reported. This study inve...

    Authors: Jinyu Shi, Tong Liu, Chenan Liu, Heyang Zhang, Guotian Ruan, Hailun Xie, Shiqi Lin, Xin Zheng, Yue Chen, Qi Zhang, Xiaowei Zhang, Xiangrui Li, Xiaoyue Liu, Li Deng and Han-Ping Shi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:45
  19. Nutritional deficiencies (ND) continue to threaten the lives of millions of people around the world, with children being the worst hit. Nevertheless, no systematic study of the epidemiological features of chil...

    Authors: Chenhan Mao, Zhuyang Shen, Dan Long, Min Liu, Xiaojin Xu, Xin Gao, Yan Lin and Xindong Wang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:44
  20. It has been suggested that Mukbang and Cookbang, a type of eating broadcast originating from Korea and gaining popularity, may contribute to obesity. However, despite suggestions that Mukbang might contribute ...

    Authors: Sang-yeon Park, Jeongha Eom, Sangyoun Choi, Jinhyun Kim and Eun-Cheol Park
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:43
  21. The Global Diet Quality Score (GDQS) was developed to be a simple, timely and cost-effective tool to track, simultaneously, nutritional deficiency and non-communicable disease risks from diet in diverse settin...

    Authors: Marina M. Norde, Sabri Bromage, Dirce M. L. Marchioni, Ana Carolina Vasques, Megan Deitchler, Joanne Arsenaut, Aline M. de Carvalho, Lício Velloso, Walter Willett, Edward Giovannucci and Bruno Geloneze
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:42
  22. A transformation towards healthy diets through a sustainable food system is essential to enhance both human and planet health. Development of a valid, multidimensional, quantitative index of a sustainable diet...

    Authors: Sukyoung Jung, Heather A. Young, Barbara H. Braffett, Samuel J. Simmens and Cynthia L. Ogden
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:46
  23. Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a common complication of pregnancy, with significant short-term and long-term implications for both mothers and their offspring. Previous studies have indicated the poten...

    Authors: Da-yan Li, Lan Wang, Li Li, Shuwei Zhou, Jiangyun Tan, Chunyan Tang, Qianqian Liao, Ting Liu, Li Wen and Hong-bo Qi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:41
  24. Modifying diet is crucial for diabetes and complication management. Numerous studies have shown that adjusting eating habits to align with the circadian rhythm may positively affect metabolic health. However, ...

    Authors: Chun-feng Lu, Xiao-min Cang, Wang-shu Liu, Li-hua Wang, Hai-yan Huang, Xue-qin Wang, Li-hua Zhao and Feng Xu
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:39
  25. Reducing the environmental impact of the food supply is important for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worldwide. Previously, we developed the Traditional Japanese Diet Score (TJDS) and reported ...

    Authors: Tomoko Imai, Keiko Miyamoto, Ayako Sezaki, Fumiya Kawase, Yoshiro Shirai, Chisato Abe, Masayo Sanada, Ayaka Inden, Norie Sugihara, Toshie Honda, Yuta Sumikama, Saya Nosaka and Hiroshi Shimokata
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:38
  26. Magnesium is critical for musculoskeletal health. Hypertensive patients are at high risk for magnesium deficiency and muscle loss. This study aimed to explore the association between magnesium intake and muscl...

    Authors: Qin Wang, Keyi Si, Xiaohong Xing, Xiaofei Ye, Ziyu Liu, Jing Chen and Xiaojing Tang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:37
  27. Limited evidence is available that focuses on beans within American dietary patterns and health. The purpose of this study was to identify commonly consumed adult dietary patterns that included beans and compa...

    Authors: Yanni Papanikolaou, Joanne Slavin and Victor L. Fulgoni III
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:36
  28. Dietary patterns, encompassing an overall view of individuals’ dietary intake, are suggested as a suitable means of assessing nutrition’s role in chronic disease development. The aim of this study was to evalu...

    Authors: Sareh Eghtesad, Sahar Masoudi, Maryam Sharafkhah, Bahram Rashidkhani, Ali Esmaeili-Nadimi, Farid Najafi, Elnaz Faramarzi, Reza Homayounfar, Pedram Ebrahimnejad, Alireza Ansari-Moghaddam, Mohammadreza Mirjalili, Hossein Poustchi, Walter C Willett, Reza Malekzadeh and Azita Hekmatdoost
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:35
  29. The association of dietary patterns and longitudinal changes in brain volume has rarely been investigated in Japanese individuals. We prospectively investigated this association in middle-aged and older Japane...

    Authors: Shu Zhang, Giovanni Sala, Akinori Nakamura, Takashi Kato, Kanae Furuya, Hiroshi Shimokata, Xiang Gao, Yukiko Nishita and Rei Otsuka
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:34
  30. The relationship between vitamin D status and mortality among adults with hypertension remains unclear.

    Authors: Haowen Ye, Yexin Li, Shaomin Liu, Xiaofang Zhang, Huanzhu Liang, Ying Wang, Ruxin Wang, Han Liu, Yun Wen, Chunxia Jing and Lihong Wang
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:33
  31. Previous experimental studies have suggested that the consumption of soy isoflavones may have a potential impact on lowering blood pressure. Nevertheless, epidemiological studies have presented conflicting out...

    Authors: Lifu Lei, Suocheng Hui, Yushi Chen, Hongjia Yan, Jian Yang and Shiwen Tong
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:32

    The Correction to this article has been published in Nutrition Journal 2024 23:53

  32. Sepsis, a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a host’s dysregulated response to infection with an inflammatory process, becomes a real challenge for the healthcare systems. L-carnitine (LC) has antiox...

    Authors: Mahdi Keshani, Babak Alikiaii, Zahra Babaei, Gholamreza Askari, Zahra Heidari, Manoj Sharma and Mohammad Bagherniya
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:31
  33. Metabolic syndrome (MetS), a cluster of metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors is influenced by environmental, lifestyle, and genetic factors. We explored whether coffee consumption and the rs301 variant of...

    Authors: Pao-Chun Hsieh, Oswald Ndi Nfor, Chuan-Chao Lin, Chih-Hsuan Hsiao and Yung-Po Liaw
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:30
  34. Low-quality, non-diverse diet is a main risk factor for premature death. Accurate measurement of habitual diet is challenging and there is a need for validated objective methods. Blood metabolite patterns refl...

    Authors: Anna Winkvist, Ingegerd Johansson, Lars Ellegård and Helen M Lindqvist
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:29
  35. The relationship between circulating bile acids (BAs) and kidney function among patients with type 2 diabetes is unclear. We aimed to investigate the associations of circulating concentrations of BAs, particul...

    Authors: Tingting Geng, Qi Lu, Limiao Jiang, Kunquan Guo, Kun Yang, Yun-Fei Liao, Meian He, Gang Liu, Huiru Tang and An Pan
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:28
  36. Dietary and gastrointestinal (GI) problems have been frequently reported in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, the relative contributions of autism-linked traits to dietary and GI problems in children wi...

    Authors: Hailin Li, Saijun Huang, Jin Jing, Hong Yu, Tingfeng Gu, Xiaoxuan Ou, Shuolin Pan, Yanna Zhu and Xi Su
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:27

    The Correction to this article has been published in Nutrition Journal 2024 23:40

  37. Dairy products and their components may impact immune function, although the current evidence base has some research gaps. As part of a larger systematic literature review of dairy products/components (includi...

    Authors: Meghan Mitchell, Mina Suh, Naushin Hooda, Lauren C. Bylsma and Sarah S. Cohen
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:26
  38. Studies investigating the relationship between food insecurity and sleep among older populations are limited. This study aimed to cross-sectionally examine the associations between food sufficiency status and ...

    Authors: Ashley C. Flores, Christopher Sarpong, Nan Dou and Muzi Na
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:25
  39. Metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease (MASLD) is a global metabolic problem which can lead to irreversible liver fibrosis. It has been shown that vitamin D and its receptors contribute to fi...

    Authors: Soraiya Ebrahimpour-Koujan, Amir Ali Sohrabpour, Edward Giovannucci, Akram Vatannejad and Ahmad Esmaillzadeh
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:24
  40. Studies regarding the validity of the food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) and the food composition table (FCT) are limited in Asian countries. We aimed to evaluate the validity of a 64-item FFQ and different me...

    Authors: Dong Zhao, Yiying Gong, Liyan Huang, Rongxia Lv, Yuxuan Gu, Chunxiao Ni, Dafang Zhu, Min Yang, Shuang Rong, Ronghua Zhang and Changzheng Yuan
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:23
  41. The relation between incident cardiovascular disease (CVD) and sugar might not only depend on the quantity consumed but also on its source. This study aims to assess the association between various sources of ...

    Authors: Sylva Mareike Schaefer, Anna Kaiser, Gerrit Eichner and Mathias Fasshauer
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:22
  42. Several studies have reported the association between dietary inflammatory index (DII) and the SARS-CoV-2 infection risk, severity or mortality of COVID-19, however, the outcomes remain controversial.

    Authors: Xuanyu Hao, Shiwen Li, Yanmin Yang, Huixu Dai, Yumeng Yan and Dongyang Li
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:21
  43. Breakfast quality, together with regularity of breakfast, has been suggested to be associated with cardiometabolic health advantages. We aimed to evaluate the quality of breakfast and its socioeconomic and psy...

    Authors: Claudia Francisca Martinez, Emilia Ruggiero, Augusto Di Castelnuovo, Simona Esposito, Simona Costanzo, Chiara Cerletti, Maria Benedetta Donati, Giovanni de Gaetano, Licia Iacoviello and Marialaura Bonaccio
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:20
  44. It has been proposed that a greater degree of adherence to a healthy dietary pattern is associated with a lower risk of depression and a poor quality of life (QoL). The Lifelines diet score (LLDS) is a new, ev...

    Authors: Zahra Darabi, Abbas Ali Sangouni, Majid Ghayour-Mobarhan, Gordon A. Ferns and Sayyed Saeid Khayyatzadeh
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:19
  45. Improving dietary habits is a first-line recommendation for patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD). It is unclear which dietary pattern most effectively lowers cardiovascular risk factors and what the shor...

    Authors: N. E. Bonekamp, E. Cruijsen, J. M. Geleijnse, R. M. Winkels, F. L. J. Visseren, P. B. Morris and C. Koopal
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:18
  46. The nutritional evaluation of pancreatic cancer (PC) patients lacks a gold standard or scientific consensus, we aimed to summarize and systematically evaluate the prognostic value of nutritional screening and ...

    Authors: Mengxia Yu, Xiaoxuan Li, Mingxia Chen, Linglong Liu, Tianying Yao, Jiarong Li and Wang Su
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2024 23:17

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