Cocoa, diabetes, and hypertension: should we eat more chocolate?1,2
Survival advantages of obesity in dialysis patients1-4
Comparison of abdominal adiposity and overall obesity in predicting risk of type 2 diabetes among men1-3
Genetic and environmental influences on eating behavior: the Swedish Young Male Twins Study1-3
Decreases in fasting leptin and insulin concentrations after acute energy restriction and subsequent compensation in food intake1-3
Caffeine and risk of atrial fibrillation or flutter: the Danish Diet, Cancer, and Health Study1-3
Influence of long-term intervention with dietary counseling, long-chain n-3 fatty acid supplements, or both on circulating markers of endothelial activation in men with long-standing hyperlipidemia1-3
Blood lipid and oxidative stress responses to soy protein with isoflavones and phytic acid in postmenopausal women1-4
Validity of impedance-based equations for the prediction of total body water as measured by deuterium dilution in African women1-3
Short-term protein intake and stimulation of protein synthesis in stunted children with cystic fibrosis1-3
Short-term administration of dark chocolate is followed by a significant increase in insulin sensitivity and a decrease in blood pressure in healthy persons1-3
Serum transferrin receptor and zinc protoporphyrin as indicators of iron status in African children1-3
Influence of apolipoprotein E genotype on fat-soluble plasma antioxidants in Spanish children1-3
Concentrations of retinoids in early pregnancy and in newborns and their mothers1-3
Longitudinal measurements of zinc absorption in Peruvian children consuming wheat products fortified with iron only or iron and 1 of 2 amounts of zinc1-3
Dietary vitamin B-6 restriction does not alter rates of homocysteine remethylation or synthesis in healthy young women and men1-4
Changes in iodine excretion in 50-69-y-old denizens of an Arctic society in transition and iodine excretion as a biomarker of the frequency of consumption of traditional Inuit foods1-3
Common dihydrofolate reductase 19-base pair deletion allele: a novel risk factor for preterm delivery1-3
Status of plasma folate after folic acid fortification of the food supply in pregnant African American women and the influences of diet, smoking, and alcohol consumption1-3
Changes in basal metabolic rate during pregnancy in relation to changes in body weight and composition, cardiac output, insulin-like growth factor I, and thyroid hormones and in relation to fetal growth1-3
Phosphatidylcholine and lysophosphatidylcholine excretion is increased in children with cystic fibrosis and is associated with plasma homocysteine, S-adenosylhomocysteine, and S-adenosylmethionine1-3
Absorption and transport of dietary long-chain fatty acids in cirrhosis: a stable-isotope-tracing study1-3
Investigating heterogeneity in studies of resting energy expenditure in persons with HIV/AIDS: a meta-analysis1-3
Overweight exceeds underweight among women in most developing countries1-3
Glycemic index and body weight
Reply to J Brand-Miller
More support for dietary patterns involving highfiber, high-complex carbohydrates
Reply to WJ McCarthy
Low plasma pyridoxal-5′phosphate and cardiovascular disease risk in women: results from the Coronary Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis in Women Study
Reply to J Dierkes et al
Erratum
Erratum
Handbook of Nutrition and Immunity,