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Nutritional Physiological Phenomena (9)
- Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
- Child Nutritional Physiology Phenomena
- Maternal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Articles on Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Abstracts of the Canadian Nutrition Society's 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting, May 23-25, 2012,Vancouver, Canada.
Reported zinc, but not copper, intakes influence whole-body bone density, mineral content and T score responses to zinc and copper supplemen...
A supplementation trial starting with 224 postmenopausal women provided with adequate vitamin D and Ca was conducted to determine whether increased Cu and Zn intakes would reduce the risk for bone loss. Healthy women aged 51-80 years were recruited for a double-blind, placebo-control...
Sustainable diets: the Mediterranean diet as an example.
To present the Mediterranean diet as an example of a sustainable diet, in which nutrition, biodiversity, local food production, culture and sustainability are strongly interconnected. Review of notions and activities contributing towards the acknowledgement of the Med...
FOXO regulates organ-specific phenotypic plasticity in Drosophila.
We elucidate the developmental mechanisms that regulate the expression of a particularly important form of phenotypic plasticity: the effect of developmental nutrition on organ size. In all animals, developmental nutrition is signaled to growing organs via the insulin-signaling pathway. Drosophila o...
Long-term effect of nutritional counselling on desired gain in body mass and lean body mass in elite athletes.
Lean body mass (LBM) is important in power-related sports. In athletes with heavy training loads and competitions, it may be difficult to increase and maintain LBM during the season. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the long-term effects on body composition after an 8-12 wee...
Effectiveness of a multi-disciplinary family-based programme for treating childhood obesity (the Family Project).
To determine if a multi-component family focused education package is more effective than a waiting list control group in treating overweight and obese children. A 2-year randomised controlled trial; 65 overweight and obese children aged 6-14 years were allocated to a...
A vegetarian dietary pattern as a nutrient-dense approach to weight management: an analysis of the national health and nutrition examination...
Population-based studies have shown that vegetarians have lower body mass index than nonvegetarians, suggesting that vegetarian diet plans may be an approach for weight management. However, a perception exists that vegetarian diets are deficient in certain nutrients.
Review: starch matrices and the glycemic response.
Starch is the most important source of energy for humans, and it is present in many products derived from cereals, legumes and tubers. Interestingly, some of these food products can have different metabolic effects (e.g. change of postprandial blood glucose concentration) although th...
Nutritional supplements for dry eye syndrome.
Essential fatty acids have been of interest in the treatment of systemic and ocular diseases, and is most recently of interest in the area of dry eye disease.
Dietary energy density and successful weight loss maintenance.
Research shows a positive relationship between dietary energy density (ED) and body mass index (BMI), but dietary ED of weight loss maintainers is unknown. This preliminary investigation was a secondary data analysis that compared self-reported dietary ED and food group servings cons...