Postprandial lipoprotein metabolism—pivot or puzzle?1,2
Micronutrients in HIV-positive persons receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy1–3
Why do obese patients not lose more weight when treated with low-calorie diets? A mechanistic perspective1,2
Television watching increases motivated responding for food and energy intake in children1–3
Approximation of total visceral adipose tissue with a single magnetic resonance image1–3
Postprandial effect of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on apolipoprotein B-containing lipoproteins and vascular reactivity in type 2 diabetes1–3
Reduced physical activity increases intermuscular adipose tissue in healthy young adults1–3
Dietary α-linolenic acid inhibits proinflammatory cytokine production by peripheral blood mononuclear cells in hypercholesterolemic subjects1–3
Caffeinated beverage intake and the risk of heart disease mortality in the elderly: a prospective analysis1,2
Serum visfatin concentrations are positively correlated with serum triacylglycerols and down-regulated by overfeeding in healthy young men1–3
Effects of birth cohort and age on body composition in a sample of community-based elderly1–3
Effect of different macronutrients in excess on gastric sensory and motor functions and appetite in normal-weight, overweight, and obese humans1–3
BMI compared with 3-dimensional body shape: the UK National Sizing Survey1–3
High-glycemic-index carbohydrate meals shorten sleep onset1–3
Supplementation of soy protein with branched-chain amino acids alters protein metabolism in healthy elderly and even more in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease1–3
Plasma concentrations of free triiodothyronine predict weight change in euthyroid persons1–4
Response of albumin synthesis to oral nutrients in young and elderly subjects1–3
Production of stable-isotope-labeled bovine heme and its use to measure heme-iron absorption in children1–4
Lowering homocysteine with B vitamins has no effect on biomarkers of bone turnover in older persons: a 2-y randomized controlled trial1–3
Bioavailability of food folates is 80% of that of folic acid1–3
Effect of the maternal βE-globin gene on hematologic responses to iron supplementation during pregnancy1–3
Long-term effects of perinatal nutrition on T lymphocyte kinetics in young Gambian men1–3
Dietary synbiotics reduce cancer risk factors in polypectomized and colon cancer patients1–4
Vitamin A, retinol, and carotenoids and the risk of gastric cancer: a prospective cohort study1–3
Watercress supplementation in diet reduces lymphocyte DNA damage and alters blood antioxidant status in healthy adults1–3
Homocysteine, B vitamins, and the incidence of dementia and cognitive impairment: results from the Sacramento Area Latino Study on Aging1–3
Heme and non-heme iron consumption and risk of gallstone disease in men1–3
Fruit and vegetable consumption, intake of micronutrients, and benign prostatic hyperplasia in US men1–3
Maternal diet during pregnancy in relation to eczema and allergic sensitization in the offspring at 2 y of age1–3
Comparison of the effects of zinc delivered in a fortified food or a liquid supplement on the growth, morbidity, and plasma zinc concentrations of young Peruvian children1–3
Reproducibility and validity of dietary glycemic index, dietary glycemic load, and total carbohydrate intake in 141 Swedish men1–3
α-Linolenic acid, Δ6-desaturase gene polymorphism, and the risk of nonfatal myocardial infarction1–3
Dietary sialic acid supplementation improves learning and memory in piglets1–3
Erratum
Book Review
Maternal nutrition and optimal infant feeding practices: executive summary1–5
Low birth weight in the United States1–3
Placental transport: a function of permeability and perfusion1–4
In utero physiology: role of folic acid in nutrient delivery and fetal development1–4
In utero physiology: role in nutrient delivery and fetal development for calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D1–4
Can extrauterine growth approximate intrauterine growth? Should it?1–3
Nutrition and the developing brain: nutrient priorities and measurement1–3
Regulation of proteolysis and optimal protein accretion in extremely premature newborns1–4
Evaluation of the evidence to support current recommendations to meet the needs of premature infants: the role of human milk1–3
Gastrointestinal development and meeting the nutritional needs of premature infants1–4
Optimal duration of exclusive breastfeeding: what is the evidence to support current recommendations?1–3
Complementary feeding: clinically relevant factors affecting timing and composition1–4