Opportunities and challenges in conducting systematic reviews to support the development of nutrient reference values: vitamin A as an example1-4
Dietary intervention for blood pressure control: a call for action!1,2
Can there be a single best measure of reported physical activity?1,2
Laboratory assessment of the food intake of children and adolescents with loss of control eating1-5
Variety influences habituation of motivated behavior for food and energy intake in children1-3
Systematic review and meta-analysis of the baseline concentrations and physiologic responses of gut hormones to food in eating disorders1,2
Effects of lupin kernel flour-enriched bread on blood pressure: a controlled intervention study1-3
Chronic intake of potato chips in humans increases the production of reactive oxygen radicals by leukocytes and increases plasma C-reactive protein: a pilot study1-3
Fruit, vegetable, and fish consumption and heart rate variability: the Veterans Administration Normative Aging Study1-3
Subjective global assessment of nutritional status is strongly associated with mortality in chronic dialysis patients1-4
Mastication of almonds: effects of lipid bioaccessibility, appetite, and hormone response1-3
Morning ghrelin concentrations are not affected by short-term overfeeding and do not predict ad libitum food intake in humans1-3
Adipose tissue distribution is different in type 2 diabetes1-3
Effects of 1 and 3 g cinnamon on gastric emptying, satiety, and postprandial blood glucose, insulin, glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide, glucagon-like peptide 1, and ghrelin concentrations in healthy subjects1-3
Green tea catechin plus caffeine supplementation to a high-protein diet has no additional effect on body weight maintenance after weight loss1-3
Comparison of 2 diets with either 25% or 10% of energy as casein on energy expenditure, substrate balance, and appetite profile1-3
Dietary calcium does not exacerbate phytate inhibition of zinc absorption by women from conventional diets1-4
Steady state folate concentrations achieved with 5 compared with 1.1 mg folic acid supplementation among women of childbearing age1-3
Treatment response to standard of care for severe anemia in pregnant women and effect of multivitamins and enhanced anthelminthics1-3
Is it possible to assess free-living physical activity and energy expenditure in young people by self-report?1-3
Generation of epidermal growth factor-expressing Lactococcus lactis and its enhancement on intestinal development and growth of early-weaned mice1-3
Effect of testosterone and a nutritional supplement, alone and in combination, on hospital admissions in undernourished older men and women1-3
Vegetable and fruit intakes and risk of Barrett's esophagus in men and women1-3
Availability of healthy foods and dietary patterns: the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis1-3
Dietary intake of selected flavonols, flavones, and flavonoid-rich foods and risk of cancer in middle-aged and older women1-3
Red blood cell δ15N: a novel biomarker of dietary eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid intake1-4
Does genetic variation in the Δ6-desaturase promoter modify the association between α-linolenic acid and the prevalence of metabolic syndrome?1-3
Meta-analysis of the quantity of calcium excretion associated with net acid excretion: caution advised
Reply to HM Macdonald et al
Plasma selenium concentration and prostate cancer risk: effects are dependent on the level of exposure