Fast food and sedentary lifestyle: a combination that leads to obesity1,2
The acute and chronic toxic effects of vitamin A1-4
Associations of body fat and its changes over time with quality of life and prospective mortality in hemodialysis patients1-3
Effect of a high-protein breakfast on the postprandial ghrelin response1-3
Effects of dietary saturated, monounsaturated, and n-3 fatty acids on blood pressure in healthy subjects1-3
Effect of a low-fat diet on fatty acid composition in red cells, plasma phospholipids, and cholesterol esters: investigation of a biomarker of total fat intake1-3
Effects of butter high in ruminant trans and monounsaturated fatty acids on lipoproteins, incorporation of fatty acids into lipid classes, plasma C-reactive protein, oxidative stress, hemostatic variables, and insulin in healthy young men1-3
Effect of soy protein varying in isoflavone content on serum lipids in healthy young men1-3
Optimized predictions of absolute and relative amounts of body fat from weight, height, other anthropometric predictors, and age1-3
Effects of variation in protein and carbohydrate intake on body mass and composition during energy restriction: a meta-regression1-3
Whole grains, bran, and germ in relation to homocysteine and markers of glycemic control, lipids, and inflammation1-3
Potato and french fry consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes in women1-3
Methionine kinetics are altered in the elderly both in the basal state and after vaccination1-3
Human vitamin E requirements assessed with the use of apples fortified with deuterium-labeled α-tocopheryl acetate1-3
Absorption of iron from recombinant human lactoferrin in young US women1-3
Absorption of calcium from milks enriched with fructo-oligosaccharides, caseinophosphopeptides, tricalcium phosphate, and milk solids1-3
Bone calcium turnover during pregnancy and lactation in women with low calcium diets is associated with calcium intake and circulating insulin-like growth factor 1 concentrations1-3
Upward weight percentile crossing in infancy and early childhood independently predicts fat mass in young adults: the Stockholm Weight Development Study (SWEDES)1-3
Dose-related effects of eicosapentaenoic acid on innate immune function in healthy humans: a comparison of young and older men1-3
Fiber, sex, and colorectal adenoma: results of a pooled analysis1-3
Nutritional status of outpatients with systemic immunoglobulin light-chain amyloidosis1-3
Green tea consumption and cognitive function: a cross-sectional study from the Tsurugaya Project1-3
Predictors of weight gain in a Mediterranean cohort: the Seguimiento Universidad de Navarra Study1-3
Schistosomiasis japonica, anemia, and iron status in children, adolescents, and young adults in Leyte, Philippines1-3
Vitamin K status of healthy Japanese women: age-related vitamin K requirement for γ-carboxylation of osteocalcin1-3
High-protein diet, obesity, and the environment
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Reply to F Contaldo and F Pasanisi
Assessment of biomarker selection in selenium-deficiency disease
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Do unsaturated fatty acids function as endogenous antibacterial and antiviral molecules?
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Preface
What is healthy aging in the 21st century?1-4
Evidence for nutritional benefits in prolonging wellness1-4
Starting down the right path: nutrition connections with chronic diseases of later life1-3
Nutritional mechanisms that influence cardiovascular disease1-4
Nutritional modulators of bone remodeling during aging1-3
Evidence for genetic variation as a factor in maintaining health1-3
Influence of human genetic variation on nutritional requirements1-4
Genetic interactions with diet influence the risk of cardiovascular disease1-3
Interleukin 1 and interleukin 18 as mediators of inflammation and the aging process1-4
Inflammation and cardiovascular disease mechanisms1-3
Obesity and the role of adipose tissue in inflammation and metabolism1-4
Genetics of aging: implications for drug discovery and development1-3
Inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases1-4
Interleukin 1 genetics, inflammatory mechanisms, and nutrigenetic opportunities to modulate diseases of aging1-3
The different paths to 1001-4
The future of living well to 1001-3
Preface
Vernon R Young: the man, the scientist, the visionary1-3
New functions for amino acids: effects on gene transcription and translation1-4
Arginine: beyond protein1-4
Network analysis of plasma and tissue amino acids and the generation of an amino index for potential diagnostic use1-3
What do - omics mean for the science and policy of the nutritional sciences?1-3
Vernon R Young Family Foundation: hopes for the future1-3