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  1. Although high protein diets have been tested in controlled environments for applications to weight management, it is not understood if adding high protein foods to the diet would impact ad libitum energy balan...

    Authors: Madeline J. Gibson, John A. Dawson, Nadeeja N. Wijayatunga, Bridget Ironuma, Idah Chatindiara, Fernando Ovalle, David B. Allison and Emily J. Dhurandhar
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:69
  2. Diet is a key risk factor for chronic disease, and an increasing concern among older adults. We aim to examine the changes in dietary patterns using principal component analysis and a diet quality index among ...

    Authors: Maree G. Thorpe, Catherine M. Milte, David Crawford and Sarah A. McNaughton
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:67
  3. Nutrition is a key factor in healthy ageing but there are still gaps in knowledge about risk- and protective factors linking diet and healthy ageing. The aim of this study was to investigate time trends in die...

    Authors: Jessica Samuelsson, Elisabet Rothenberg, Lauren Lissner, Gabriele Eiben, Anna Zettergren and Ingmar Skoog
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:66
  4. Diet is an important modulator of inflammation, which is associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In this study, we examined whether the inflammatory properties of diets are associated with disease ac...

    Authors: Parvin Mirmiran, Nazanin Moslehi, Nava Morshedzadeh, Nitin Shivappa, James R. Hébert, Farnaz Farsi and Naser Ebrahimi Daryani
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:65
  5. Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome is global pandemic with around 150,000 children infected with HIV in 2015. In Kenya, it is estimated that 11,000 children who are ...

    Authors: Naureen Andare, Sophie Ochola and Peter Chege
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:64
  6. In 1996, Shanghai implemented universal salt iodization and has became the last provincial unit in China to carry out this intervention. In this study, we summarized achievements in past 20 years, to provide s...

    Authors: Zhengyuan Wang, Jiajie Zang, Zhehuan Shi, Zhenni Zhu, Jun Song, Shurong Zou, Wei Jin, Xiaodong Jia, Changyi Guo and Shoujun Liu
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:63
  7. Iodized salt is not mandatory in Norway, and the permitted level of iodine in table salt is low (5 μg/g). Thus, milk and dairy products, fish and eggs are the main dietary sources of iodine in Norway. Mild-to-...

    Authors: Synnøve Næss, Inger Aakre, Marian Kjellevold, Lisbeth Dahl, Ive Nerhus, Lisa Kolden Midtbø and Maria Wik Markhus
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:62
  8. Low circulating vitamin D levels have been associated with increased risk of metabolic syndrome (MS) and cardiometabolic risk factors in multiple epidemiology studies. However, whether this association is caus...

    Authors: Chi Chen, Yi Chen, Pan Weng, Fangzhen Xia, Qin Li, Hualing Zhai, Ningjian Wang and Yingli Lu
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:61
  9. Among adults and children consuming Western diets, beverages are significant sources of free sugars, saturated fats, excess calories, and alcohol, with relevance to chronic disease risk. The impact of recent h...

    Authors: Amanda C. Jones, Sharon I. Kirkpatrick and David Hammond
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:60
  10. Comprehensive assessment of dietary intakes of foods and nutrients in Filipino adults are lacking. This study evaluated energy and nutrient intakes and food sources of key nutrients consumed by Filipino adults.

    Authors: Imelda Angeles-Agdeppa, Ye Sun, Liya Denney, Keith V. Tanda, Royce Ann D. Octavio, Alicia Carriquiry and Mario V. Capanzana
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:59
  11. Dietary preferences vary depending on cancer type. The purpose of this study was to report dietary intervention preferences and a study program evaluation from post-treatment head and neck cancer survivors par...

    Authors: Sylvia L. Crowder, Katherine G. Douglas, Andrew D. Frugé, William R. Carroll, Sharon A. Spencer, Julie L. Locher, Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, Laura Q. Rogers and Anna E. Arthur
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:57
  12. Several studies have suggested a link between the type of alcoholic beverage consumption and body weight. However, results from longitudinal studies have been inconsistent, and the association between adolesce...

    Authors: Pratiksha Poudel, Kamila Ismailova, Lars Bo Andersen, Sofus C. Larsen and Berit L. Heitmann
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:56
  13. There is an increasing interest in finding less costly and burdensome alternatives to measuring population-level salt intake than 24-h urine collection, such as spot urine samples. However, little is known abo...

    Authors: Joseph Alvin Santos, Emalie Rosewarne, Martyna Hogendorf, Kathy Trieu, Arti Pillay, Merina Ieremia, Leausa Toleafoa Take Naseri, Isimeli Tukana, Wendy Snowdon, Kristina Petersen and Jacqui Webster
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:55
  14. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in the affiliation of the third author, Sara Gandini. The correct affiliation should read: Division of Epidemiology and Biostati...

    Authors: Massimiliano Ruscica, Chiara Pavanello, Sara Gandini, Chiara Macchi, Margherita Botta, Daria Dall’Orto, Marina Del Puppo, Marco Bertolotti, Raffaella Bosisio, Giuliana Mombelli, Cesare R. Sirtori, Laura Calabresi and Paolo Magni
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:54

    The original article was published in Nutrition Journal 2019 18:13

  15. Given the major role of glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) in the regulation of adiposity, this study examined the effects induced by a diet based on the Japanese tradition (SMART WASHOKU) on t...

    Authors: Naoki Sakane, Noriko Osaki, Hideto Takase, Junko Suzuki, Chika Suzukamo, Shinsuke Nirengi, Akiko Suganuma and Akira Shimotoyodome
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:52
  16. Current treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) often does not achieve full remission of symptoms. Therefore, new forms of treatment and/or adjunct therapy are needed. Evidence has confirmed the modulatio...

    Authors: Hanna Karakula-Juchnowicz, Joanna Rog, Dariusz Juchnowicz, Igor Łoniewski, Karolina Skonieczna-Żydecka, Paweł Krukow, Malgorzata Futyma-Jedrzejewska and Mariusz Kaczmarczyk
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:50
  17. There is very limited knowledge on the magnitude to which foods with low nutritive value constitute the diet of adults from the province of Quebec. The extent to which these foods impact cardiometabolic risk i...

    Authors: Didier Brassard, Catherine Laramée, Véronique Provencher, Marie-Claude Vohl, Julie Robitaille, Simone Lemieux and Benoît Lamarche
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:49
  18. Despite progress, suboptimal feeding practices and undernutrition particularly in the form of stunting still remains a major issue among children aged less than 5 years in Bangladesh. Since mothers are the pri...

    Authors: Sabuj Kanti Mistry, Md. Belal Hossain and Amit Arora
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:47
  19. Evidence for dietary habits among the Kuna Indians of Panama outside of cacao consumption is limited. Global trends suggest an uptake in processed foods conferring risk for chronic disease. This paper aims to ...

    Authors: Allison L. Neitzel, Brittany L. Smalls, Rebekah J. Walker, Aprill Z. Dawson, Jennifer A. Campbell and Leonard E. Egede
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:44
  20. Although our previous study using a food frequency questionnaire simulated nutritional characteristics of the traditional Japanese diet, this issue has not been sufficiently evaluated. This study was conducted...

    Authors: Shu Zhang, Rei Otsuka, Yasutake Tomata, Hiroshi Shimokata, Chikako Tange, Makiko Tomida, Yukiko Nishita, Sanae Matsuyama and Ichiro Tsuji
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:43
  21. Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), characterized by an impaired kidney function, is associated with low testosterone levels. This study investigated the association between dietary patterns, testosterone levels, an...

    Authors: Adi Lukas Kurniawan, Chien-Yeh Hsu, Hsiao-Hsien Rau, Li-Yin Lin and Jane C.-J. Chao
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:42
  22. The Paleolithic diet has been studied in the scope of prevention and control of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCD). The objective of this study was to analyze the influence of the Paleolithic diet on the ...

    Authors: Ehrika Vanessa Almeida de Menezes, Helena Alves de Carvalho Sampaio, Antônio Augusto Ferreira Carioca, Nara Andrade Parente, Filipe Oliveira Brito, Thereza Maria Magalhães Moreira, Ana Célia Caetano de Souza and Soraia Pinheiro Machado Arruda
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:41
  23. Meeting nutrient intake recommendations may demand substantial modifications in dietary patterns, and may increase diet cost. Incentives for modifying one’s dietary intake that disregard prices are unlikely to...

    Authors: Eliseu Verly-Jr, Rosely Sichieri, Nicole Darmon, Matthieu Maillot and Flavia Mori Sarti
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:40
  24. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is one of the most common chronic liver diseases worldwide. Evidence showed that anthocyanins might have effects on NAFLD. Protective effects of Cornelian cherry (Cornus m...

    Authors: Zohreh Sadat Sangsefidi, Mahdieh Hosseinzadeh, Ali Mohammad Ranjbar, Mohsen Akhondi-Meybodi, Hossein Fallahzadeh and Hassan Mozaffari-Khosravi
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:39
  25. There are currently 1.3 million children utilising Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) services in Australia. Long day care (LDC), family day care and out of school hours care currently provide this serv...

    Authors: Ros Sambell, Ruth Wallace, Leesa Costello, Johnny Lo and Amanda Devine
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:38
  26. Food intake patterns provide a summary of dietary intake. Few studies have examined trends in food intake patterns over time in large, population-based studies. We examined food intake patterns and related soc...

    Authors: Ena Huseinovic, Agneta Hörnell, Ingegerd Johansson, Anders Esberg, Bernt Lindahl and Anna Winkvist
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:36
  27. The rapid increase in non-communicable chronic diseases in people of working age has had a major effect on health care utilization, productivity and economy. Lifestyle and diet are recognized as being major ri...

    Authors: Rungnapa Pongkiatchai, Rewadee Chongsuwat, Nopporn Howteerakul, Patcharanee Pavadhgul, William Ollier and Artitaya Lophatananon
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:35
  28. Low serum zinc level is associated with hepatic encephalopathy (HE), but the efficacy of zinc supplementation remains uncertain. This study aimed to investigate the effects of zinc supplementation on HE treatm...

    Authors: Ying-Chi Shen, Ya-Hui Chang, Ching-Ju Fang and Yang-Sheng Lin
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:34
  29. Malnutrition with hypoalbuminemia (albumin < 35 g/L) is an important factor in predicting risks associated with colorectal cancer surgery. However, there is limited data about the effects of mild hypoalbuminem...

    Authors: Wan-Hsiang Hu, Samuel Eisenstein, Lisa Parry and Sonia Ramamoorthy
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:33
  30. Fast food and other away from home food sources are linked with poorer diet quality and adverse health outcomes. The diet quality of young adults, major consumers of fast food, is understudied in terms of long...

    Authors: Matthew A. Patetta, Lilia S. Pedraza and Barry M. Popkin
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:32
  31. Although there is evidence for a reduced risk of hypertension associated with fruit and vegetable consumption, the relationship between the total antioxidant capacity of the diet (TAC) and the risk of hyperten...

    Authors: Paola Villaverde, Martin Lajous, Conor-James MacDonald, Guy Fagherazzi, Fabrice Bonnet and Marie-Christine Boutron-Ruault
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:31
  32. Few localized food frequency questionnaires (FFQ) have been developed and used in Chinese nutrition surveys despite China’s large population and diverse dietary habits.

    Authors: Jiajie Zang, Baozhang Luo, Suying Chang, Shan Jin, Chengdi Shan, Lifang Ma, Zhenni Zhu, Changyi Guo, Shurong Zou, Xiaodong Jia and Fan Wu
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:30
  33. Myocardial infarction (MI) elicits an intense acute inflammatory response that is essential for cardiac repair. However, an excessive inflammatory response also favors myocardial apoptosis, cardiac remodeling,...

    Authors: Alessandra M. Campos-Staffico, Ana Paula R. Costa, Luiz Sérgio F. Carvalho, Filipe A. Moura, Simone N. Santos, Otavio R. Coelho-Filho, Wilson Nadruz Jr, José C. Quinaglia e Silva and Andrei C. Sposito
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:29
  34. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported an error in Table 3. The correct Table 3 is provided below.

    Authors: Carolina Schwedhelm, Khalid Iqbal, Lukas Schwingshackl, George O. Agogo, Heiner Boeing and Sven Knüppel
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:28

    The original article was published in Nutrition Journal 2019 18:15

  35. Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), characterized by impaired kidney function, affects over 1.5 million individuals in Taiwan. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is commonly found in patients with CKD, and the increased p...

    Authors: Adi Lukas Kurniawan, Chien-Yeh Hsu, Hsiao-Hsien Rau, Li-Yin Lin and Jane C.-J. Chao
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:27
  36. It remains to be determined whether the Alternate Healthy Eating Index 2010 (AHEI-2010) or the Healthy Eating Index 2010 (HEI-2010) is preferably recommended as means to assess dietary quality in people with t...

    Authors: Afnan A. Al-Ibrahim and Robert T. Jackson
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:26
  37. Metabolomics represents a powerful tool for exploring modulation of the human metabolome in response to food intake. However, the choice of multivariate statistical approach is not always evident, especially f...

    Authors: Millie Rådjursöga, Helen M. Lindqvist, Anders Pedersen, Göran B. Karlsson, Daniel Malmodin, Carl Brunius, Lars Ellegård and Anna Winkvist
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:25
  38. Meal skipping is associated with diet-related chronic disease risk and is highly prevalent in young adults. Despite this, the correlates of meal skipping in this population group are unknown. Therefore, the ai...

    Authors: Felicity J. Pendergast, Katherine M. Livingstone, Anthony Worsley and Sarah A. McNaughton
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:24
  39. Evidences indicate that the risk of linear growth faltering is higher among children born from young mothers. Although such findings have been documented in various studies, they mainly originate from cross-se...

    Authors: Abdulhalik Workicho, Tefera Belachew, Alemayehu Argaw, Shibani Ghosh, Meghan Kershaw, Carl Lachat and Patrick Kolsteren
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:22
  40. Healthier dietary patterns are generally more costly than less healthy patterns, but dietary costs may be more important for dietary quality in lower educated and ethnic minority groups. The aim of this study ...

    Authors: Joreintje D. Mackenbach, S. Coosje Dijkstra, Joline W. J. Beulens, Jacob C. Seidell, Marieke B. Snijder, Karien Stronks, Pablo Monsivais and Mary Nicolaou
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:21
  41. Family environment is crucial to the development of health behaviors into adolescence and adulthood. The aims of this study were (1) to explore the reliability of the General Functioning Scale (GFS) among Norw...

    Authors: Solveig E. S. Hausken, Hanne C. Lie, Nanna Lien, Ester F. C. Sleddens, Elisabeth L. Melbye and Mona Bjelland
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:20
  42. There are pervasive pregnancy-related food taboos and myths (PRFT) in Ethiopia. The evidence, however, is limited on whether PRFT contributes to the burden of maternal anemia. Thus, this study was aimed to det...

    Authors: Shimels Hussien Mohammed, Hailu Taye, Bagher Larijani and Ahmad Esmaillzadeh
    Citation: Nutrition Journal 2019 18:19

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