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British Journal of Nutrition

Print ISSN
0007-1145
Electronic ISSN
1475-2662
Impact factor
3.072
Publisher
Proquest
URL
http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=BJN
Usage rank
709
Article count
9578
Free count
845
Free percentage
0.088223
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, CSA, and Cambridge

  1. Drynaria fortunei-derived total flavonoid fraction and isolated compounds exert oestrogen-like protective effects in bone.

    British Journal of Nutrition 110(3):475 (2013) PMID 23302510

    Drynaria fortunei (Kunze) J. Sm. (DF), a Chinese herb commonly used for the treatment of bone fracture, was previously shown to exert anabolic effects on bone. However, its active ingredients as well as the mechanisms of action are far from clear. The present study aimed to characterise the bone ana...
  2. Adding MUFA to a dietary portfolio of cholesterol-lowering foods reduces apoAI fractional catabolic rate in subjects with dyslipidaemia.

    British Journal of Nutrition 110(3):426 (2013) PMID 23312076

    The present randomised parallel study assessed the impact of adding MUFA to a dietary portfolio of cholesterol-lowering foods on the intravascular kinetics of apoAI- and apoB-containing lipoproteins in subjects with dyslipidaemia. A sample of sixteen men and postmenopausal women consumed a run-in st...
  3. Modelling vitamin D status due to oral intake and sun exposure in an adult British population.

    British Journal of Nutrition 110(3):569 (2013) PMID 23339973

    A mathematical model is described for estimating changes in plasma 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels throughout the year as a consequence of varying the oral intake of vitamin D and the behaviour outdoors of white British adults resident in different regions of the UK. The model yields seasonal a...
  4. Supplementary dietary calcium stimulates faecal fat and bile acid excretion, but does not protect against obesity and insulin resistance in ...

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(07):1005 (2011) PMID 21205428

    We have studied all these aspects to validate the suggested protective effect of Ca supplementation, independent of other dietary changes, on the development of diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance. In our diet intervention study, C57BL/6J mice were fed high-fat diets differing in Ca concentr...
  5. Intestinal barrier function and absorption in pigs after weaning: a review.

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(07):967 (2011) PMID 21303573

    Under commercial conditions, weaning of piglets is associated with social, environmental and dietary stress. Consequently, small-intestinal barrier and absorptive functions deteriorate within a short time after weaning. Most studies that have assessed small-intestinal permeability in...
  6. Young women partition fatty acids towards ketone body production rather than VLDL-TAG synthesis, compared with young men.

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(06):857 (2011) PMID 21251339

    Before the menopause, women are relatively protected against CVD compared with men. The reasons for this sex difference are not completely understood, but hepatic fatty acid metabolism may play a role. The present study aimed to investigate the utilisation of plasma NEFA by the liver...
  7. Improvements in LDL particle size and distribution by short-term alternate day modified fasting in obese adults.

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(4):580 (2011) PMID 20880415

    We examined the effects of ADMF on LDL particle size and distribution in obese adults. Sixteen obese subjects participated in a 10-week trial with three consecutive phases: (1) 2-week control phase; (2) 4-week ADMF controlled feeding phase; (3) 4-week ADMF self-selected feeding phase. After 8 weeks...
  8. Genomic and metabolomic patterns segregate with responses to calcium and vitamin D supplementation.

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(1):71 (2011) PMID 20727239

    Inter-individual response differences to vitamin D and Ca supplementation may be under genetic control through vitamin D and oestrogen receptor genes, which may influence their absorption and/or metabolism. Metabolomic studies on blood and urine from subjects supplemented with Ca and vitamin D revea...
  9. Supplemental β-carotene increases IgA-secreting cells in mammary gland and IgA transfer from milk to neonatal mice.

    British Journal of Nutrition 105(1):24 (2011) PMID 20727240

    We investigated the effect of supplemental β-carotene for maternal mice during pregnancy and lactation on IgA antibody-secreting cells (ASC) in mammary gland and guts and on IgA transfer from milk to neonatal mice. Pregnant mice were fed untreated or 50 mg/kg β-carotene-supplemented diets from 6...
  10. Monosodium glutamate is not associated with obesity or a greater prevalence of weight gain over 5 years: findings from the Jiangsu Nutrition...

    British Journal of Nutrition 104(11):1729; author reply 1730 (2010) PMID 20691132