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A healthy lifestyle lowers homocysteine, but should we care?1-3
Nutrient selection and the genetics of complex phenotypes1,2
Assessment of dietary vitamin D requirements during pregnancy and lactation1,2
polyphenols: food sources and bioavailability1,2
Skeletal muscle lipid concentration quantified by magnetic resonance imaging1-3
Dietary fat consumption and primary open-angle glaucoma1-3
Differential eicosapentaenoic acid elevations and altered cardiovascular disease risk factor responses after supplementation with docosahexaenoic acid in postmenopausal women receiving and not receiving hormone replacement therapy1-3
Increased consumption of refined carbohydrates and the epidemic of type 2 diabetes in the United States: an ecologic assessment1-3
Body-composition differences between African American and white women: relation to resting energy requirements1-3
Effect of feeding malnourished patients for 1 mo on mitochondrial complex I activity and nutritional assessment measurements1-3
Psychosocial predictors of energy underreporting in a large doubly labeled water study1-3
Breakfast cereal fortified with folic acid, vitamin B-6, and vitamin B-12 increases vitamin concentrations and reduces homocysteine concentrations: a randomized trial1-3
Changes in lifestyle and plasma total homocysteine: the Hordaland Homocysteine Study1-3
Hypovitaminosis D is associated with insulin resistance and β cell dysfunction1-3
Randomized controlled trial of prenatal zinc supplementation and fetal bone growth1-3
Splanchnic bed metabolism of glucose in preterm neonates1-3
Detection of overweight and obesity in a national sample of 6-12-y-old Swiss children: accuracy and validity of reference values for body mass index from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the International Obesity Task Force1-3
Familial aggregation of energy intake in children1-3
Body movement and physical activity energy expenditure in children and adolescents: how to adjust for differences in body size and age1-3
Intake of specific carotenoids and essential fatty acids and breast cancer risk in Montreal, Canada1-3
Relation between intake of vitamins C and E and risk of diabetic retinopathy in the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study1-3
Sarcopenia and increased adipose tissue infiltration of muscle in elderly African American women1-3
A genome-wide linkage scan for dietary energy and nutrient intakes: the Health, Risk Factors, Exercise Training, and Genetics (HERITAGE) Family Study1-3
Chemical validation of X-ray absorptiometry
Chemical validation of X-ray absorptiometry
Is hyperleptinemia involved in the development of age-related lens opacities?
Is hyperleptinemia involved in the development of age-related lens opacities?
Vitamin D and type 1 diabetes
Vitamin D and type 1 diabetes
Erratum
Introduction to Clinical Nutrition
Flavonoids in Health and Disease
An Evidence-based Approach to Vitamins and Minerals: Health Implications and Intake Recommendations
Preface
Is a calorie a calorie?1-4
Role of calcium and dairy products in energy partitioning and weight management1-3
The evolution of physical activity recommendations: how much is enough?1-4
Chronicle of the Institute of Medicine physical activity recommendation: how a physical activity recommendation came to be among dietary recommendations1-3