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  1. Osteoarthritis-induced arthralgia is a common cause of morbidity in both men and women worldwide. AR7 Joint Complex is a nutritional supplement containing various ingredients including sternum collagen II and ...

    Authors: Qingwen Xie, Rong Shi, Gang Xu, Lifu Cheng, Liyun Shao and Jianyu Rao
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:31
  2. This review will discuss some issues related to the risk/benefit profile of the use of dietary antioxidants. Thus, recent progress regarding the potential benefit of dietary antioxidants in the treatment of ch...

    Authors: Daria Brambilla, Cesare Mancuso, Mariagrazia Rita Scuderi, Paolo Bosco, Giuseppina Cantarella, Laurence Lempereur, Giulia Di Benedetto, Salvatore Pezzino and Renato Bernardini
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:29
  3. The main emphasis of dietary advice for control of obesity has been on reducing dietary fat. Increasing ready to eat cereal (RTEC) consumption could be a strategy to reduce fat intake and increase carbohydrate...

    Authors: Jorge L Rosado, María del R Arellano, Karina Montemayor, Olga P García and María del C Caamaño
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:28
  4. Familial history information could be useful in clinical practice. However, little is known about the accuracy of self-reported familial history, particularly self-reported familial history of obesity (FHO).

    Authors: Ann-Marie Paradis, Louis Pérusse, Gaston Godin and Marie-Claude Vohl
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:27
  5. To investigate the effect of commercial weight loss programmes on macronutrient composition and micronutrient adequacy over a 2 month period.

    Authors: Helen Truby, Rebecca Hiscutt, Anne M Herriot, Manana Stanley, Anne deLooy, Kenneth R Fox, Susan Baic, Paula J Robson, Ian Macdonald, Moira A Taylor, Robert Ware, Catherine Logan and MBE Livingstone
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:25
  6. While high protein diets have been shown to improve satiety and retention of lean body mass (LBM), this study was designed to determine effects of a protein-enriched meal replacement (MR) on weight loss and LB...

    Authors: Leo Treyzon, Steve Chen, Kurt Hong, Eric Yan, Catherine L Carpenter, Gail Thames, Susan Bowerman, He-Jing Wang, Robert Elashoff and Zhaoping Li
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:23
  7. As weight gain is one of the most frequently cited reasons for not using and for discontinuing hormonal contraceptives, in an open-label, single-arm, multicentre clinical study we evaluated the effect of the e...

    Authors: Antonio Piccoli, PierGiorgio Crosignani, Carmine Nappi, Salvatore Ronsini, Vincenzina Bruni and Silvia Marelli
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:21
  8. Botanical products are frequently used for treatment of nasal allergy. Three of these substances, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Malpighia glabra, and Bidens pilosa, have been shown to have a number of anti-allergic prop...

    Authors: Jonathan Corren, Marc Lemay, Yumei Lin, Lisa Rozga and R Keith Randolph
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:20
  9. Bioelectrical Impedance (BIA) derived phase angle is increasingly being used as an objective indicator of nutritional status in advanced cancer. Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) is a subjective method of nut...

    Authors: Digant Gupta, Christopher G Lis, Sadie L Dahlk, Jessica King, Pankaj G Vashi, James F Grutsch and Carolyn A Lammersfeld
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:19
  10. Self-reports of dietary intake in the context of nutrition intervention research can be biased by the tendency of respondents to answer consistent with expected norms (social approval bias). The objective of t...

    Authors: Tracy M Miller, Madiha F Abdel-Maksoud, Lori A Crane, Al C Marcus and Tim E Byers
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:18
  11. The objective of this clinical study was to assess the potential benefit of a dietary supplement, NP 06-1, on cardiovascular protective properties in overweight and normal weight adults diagnosed with osteoart...

    Authors: Julius Oben, Ebangha Enonchong, Shil Kothari, Walter Chambliss, Robert Garrison and Deanne Dolnick
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:16
  12. Insulin resistance (IR) is an important risk factor for type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM2) and cardiovascular disease (CVD). Metabolic Syndrome (MS) is a clustering of metabolic alterations associated to IR; howev...

    Authors: Veronica Mujica, Elba Leiva, Gloria Icaza, Nora Diaz, Miguel Arredondo, Rodrigo Moore-Carrasco, Roxana Orrego, Marcela Vásquez and Ivan Palomo
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:14
  13. Maintenance of the botanical integrity of cereal kernels and the addition of acetic acid (as vinegar) in the product or meal has been shown to lower the postprandial blood glucose and insulin response and to i...

    Authors: Joanna Hlebowicz, Sandra Lindstedt, Ola Björgell, Peter Höglund, Lars-Olof Almér and Gassan Darwiche
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:12
  14. Recent research has established correlations between stress, anxiety, insomnia and excess body weight and these correlations have significant implications for health. This study measured the effects of a propr...

    Authors: Douglas S Kalman, Samantha Feldman, Robert Feldman, Howard I Schwartz, Diane R Krieger and Robert Garrison
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:11
  15. High blood pressure is an important constituent of the metabolic syndrome. However, the underlying mechanisms for development of hypertension in the metabolic syndrome are very complicated and remain still obs...

    Authors: Hidekatsu Yanai, Yoshiharu Tomono, Kumie Ito, Nobuyuki Furutani, Hiroshi Yoshida and Norio Tada
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:10
  16. This small, pilot study evaluated the impact of treatment with a natural multi-mineral supplement from seaweed (Aquamin) on walking distance, pain and joint mobility in subjects with moderate to severe osteoar...

    Authors: Joy L Frestedt, Melanie Walsh, Michael A Kuskowski and John L Zenk
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:9
  17. Most studies of Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have focused on either young children or older adults. The current study compared 11 ADHD adolescents with 12 age-matched controls. The purpose w...

    Authors: Ashley L Colter, Caroline Cutler and Kelly Anne Meckling
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:8
  18. Vitamin A and zinc are crucial for normal immune function, and may play a synergistic role for reducing the risk of infection including malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum.

    Authors: Augustin N Zeba, Hermann Sorgho, Noël Rouamba, Issiaka Zongo, Jeremie Rouamba, Robert T Guiguemdë, Davidson H Hamer, Najat Mokhtar and Jean-Bosco Ouedraogo
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:7
  19. Tolerance to enteral nutrition in the critically ill child with shock has not been studied. The purpose of the study was to analyze the characteristics of enteral nutrition and its tolerance in the critically ...

    Authors: Jesús López-Herce, Santiago Mencía, Císar Sánchez, Maria J Santiago, Amaya Bustinza and Dolores Vigil
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:6
  20. Excess body fat is a major risk factor for disease primarily due to its endocrine activity. In recent years several criteria have been introduced to evaluate this factor. Nevertheless, treatment need is curren...

    Authors: Ottavia Colombo, Simona Villani, Giovanna Pinelli, Claudia Trentani, Maurizia Baldi, Orazio Tomarchio and Anna Tagliabue
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:5
  21. Low serum 25 hydroxyvitamin D3 (vitamin D3) is known to perturb cellular function in many tissues, including the endocrine pancreas, which are involved in obesity and type II diabetes mellitus (TIIDM). Vitamin D3

    Authors: Anne-Thea McGill, Joanna M Stewart, Fiona E Lithander, Caroline M Strik and Sally D Poppitt
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:4
  22. Intra-articular hyaluronic acid represents a substantive addition to the therapeutic armamentarium in knee osteoarthritis. We examined the effect of dietary supplementation with a natural extract of chicken co...

    Authors: Douglas S Kalman, Maria Heimer, Anita Valdeon, Howard Schwartz and Eric Sheldon
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:3
  23. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4 out of the 10 leading causes of disability in the US and other developed countries are mental disorders. Major depression, bipolar diso...

    Authors: Shaheen E Lakhan and Karen F Vieira
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2008 7:2
  24. Excess adiposity has been shown to play a crucial role in the development of the metabolic syndrome. The elevated fasting and postprandial triglyceride-rich lipoprotein levels is the central lipid abnormality ...

    Authors: Hidekatsu Yanai, Yoshiharu Tomono, Kumie Ito, Nobuyuki Furutani, Hiroshi Yoshida and Norio Tada
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:43
  25. Short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides (scFOS) are increasingly used in human diet for their prebiotic properties. We aimed at investigating the effects of scFOS ingestion on the colonic microflora and oro-fecal ...

    Authors: Yoram Bouhnik, Lotfi Achour, Damien Paineau, Michel Riottot, Alain Attar and Francis Bornet
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:42
  26. As the primary source of dietary vitamin C is fruit and to some extent vegetables, the plasma level of vitamin C has been considered a good surrogate or predictor of vitamin C intake by fruit and vegetable con...

    Authors: Mahshid Dehghan, Noori Akhtar-Danesh, Catherine R McMillan and Lehana Thabane
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:41
  27. Metabolic rate is known to rise above basal levels after eating, especially following protein consumption. Yet, this postprandial rise in metabolism appears to vary among individuals. This study examined chang...

    Authors: Amy Jo Riggs, Barry D White and Sareen S Gropper
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:40
  28. Blood of cigarette smokers routinely displays decreased antioxidant capacity and increased oxidized lipids compared to nonsmokers. This is thought to be due to both chronic exposure to cigarette smoke in addit...

    Authors: Richard J Bloomer
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:39
  29. Undernutrition among older people is a continuing source of concern, particularly among acutely hospitalized patients. The purpose of the current study is to compare malnourished elderly patients with those at...

    Authors: Ilana Feldblum, Larisa German, Hana Castel, Ilana Harman-Boehm, Natalya Bilenko, Miruna Eisinger, Drora Fraser and Danit R Shahar
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:37
  30. Recent evidence suggests that a low carbohydrate (LC) diet may be equally or more effective for short-term weight loss than a traditional low fat (LF) diet; however, less is known about how they compare for we...

    Authors: James D LeCheminant, Cheryl A Gibson, Debra K Sullivan, Sandra Hall, Rik Washburn, Mary C Vernon, Chelsea Curry, Elizabeth Stewart, Eric C Westman and Joseph E Donnelly
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:36
  31. Energy drink consumption has continued to gain in popularity since the 1997 debut of Red Bull, the current leader in the energy drink market. Although energy drinks are targeted to young adult consumers, there...

    Authors: Brenda M Malinauskas, Victor G Aeby, Reginald F Overton, Tracy Carpenter-Aeby and Kimberly Barber-Heidal
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:35
  32. The widespread use of nutritional supplements among athletes is poorly understood. The prevalence of supplement intake and users' knowledge have been researched independently leading to useful, but disconnecte...

    Authors: Andrea Petróczi, Declan P Naughton, Jason Mazanov, Allison Holloway and Jerry Bingham
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:34
  33. The present study examines changes in body weight, fat mass, metabolic and hormonal parameters in overweight and obese pre- and postmenopausal women who participated in a weight loss intervention.

    Authors: Peter Deibert, Daniel König, Mara Z Vitolins, Ulrike Landmann, Ingrid Frey, Hans-Peter Zahradnik and Aloys Berg
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:31
  34. Dietary supplement use in the United States is prevalent and represents an important source of nutrition. However, little is known about individuals who routinely consume multiple dietary supplements. This stu...

    Authors: Gladys Block, Christopher D Jensen, Edward P Norkus, Tapashi B Dalvi, Les G Wong, Jamie F McManus and Mark L Hudes
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:30
  35. Gene-environment studies demonstrate variability in nutrient requirements depending upon individual variations in genes affecting nutrient metabolism and transport. This study investigated whether the inclusio...

    Authors: Ioannis Arkadianos, Ana M Valdes, Efstathios Marinos, Anna Florou, Rosalynn D Gill and Keith A Grimaldi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:29
  36. Nutrients, hormones and growth factors in dairy foods may stimulate growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I), and raise the ratio of IGF-I to its binding protein, IGFBP-3. We conducted pilot s...

    Authors: Janet W Rich-Edwards, Davaasambuu Ganmaa, Michael N Pollak, Erika K Nakamoto, Ken Kleinman, Uush Tserendolgor, Walter C Willett and A Lindsay Frazier
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:28
  37. Red wine contains a naturally rich source of antioxidants, which may protect the body from oxidative stress, a determinant of age-related disease. The current study set out to determine the in vivo effects of ...

    Authors: Michelle Micallef, Louise Lexis and Paul Lewandowski
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:27
  38. Obesity develops when energy intake continuously exceeds energy expenditure, causing a fundamental chronic energy imbalance. Societal and behavioural changes over the last decades are held responsible for the ...

    Authors: Nathalie Duvigneaud, Katrien Wijndaele, Lynn Matton, Renaat Philippaerts, Johan Lefevre, Martine Thomis, Christophe Delecluse and William Duquet
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2007 6:26

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