Disparities in obesity prevalence in the United States: black women at risk1,2
Waist versus weight—which matters more for mortality?1-3
Body composition changes in female adolescents with anorexia nervosa1-3
Gene × environment interaction of vigorous exercise and body mass index among male Vietnam-era twins1-3
Effect of fat saturation on satiety, hormone release, and food intake1-3
A preliminary study of active compared with passive imputation of missing body mass index values among non-Hispanic white youths1-4
Increased television viewing is associated with elevated body fatness but not with lower total energy expenditure in children1-3
Sweetened beverage consumption and risk of coronary heart disease in women1-4
Effect of exercise intensity on abdominal fat loss during calorie restriction in overweight and obese postmenopausal women: a randomized, controlled trial1-4
Effect of 2 pieces of nutritional advice on folate status in Swedish women: a randomized controlled trial1-3
Dietary calcium and magnesium intakes and the risk of type 2 diabetes: the Shanghai Women's Health Study1-3
Improved nutritional management of phenylketonuria by using a diet containing glycomacropeptide compared with amino acids1-4
Dietary sources of vitamin B-12 and their association with plasma vitamin B-12 concentrations in the general population: the Hordaland Homocysteine Study1-3
Plasma hepcidin concentrations significantly predict interindividual variation in iron absorption in healthy men1-3
Vitamin D supplementation during Antarctic winter1-3
Reporting of systematic reviews of micronutrients and health: a critical appraisal1-4
A prospective study of micronutrient status in adolescent pregnancy1-3
Multiple micronutrient supplementation during early childhood increases child size at 2 y of age only among high compliers1-3
Long-term effects of giving nursing home residents bread fortified with 125 μg (5000 IU) vitamin D3 per daily serving1-4
Fasting and postprandial markers of inflammation in lean and overweight children1-3
Dietary patterns and breast cancer risk in Asian American women1-3
Soy consumption and prostate cancer risk in men: a revisit of a meta-analysis1-4
Cancer cachexia is associated with the IL10 -1082 gene promoter polymorphism in patients with gastroesophageal malignancy1-3
A viscerally driven cachexia syndrome in patients with advanced colorectal cancer: contributions of organ and tumor mass to whole-body energy demands1-3
Metabolic syndrome and serum fatty acid patterns in serum phospholipids in hypertriglyceridemic persons with human immunodeficiency virus1-3
Effects of beer, wine, and liquor intakes on bone mineral density in older men and women1-3
Food insecurity and cognitive function in Puerto Rican adults1-3
The female-male disparity in obesity prevalence among black American young adults: contributions of sociodemographic characteristics of the childhood family1-4
Estimates of excess deaths associated with body mass index and other anthropometric variables1-3
Less-energy-dense diets of low-income women in California are associated with higher energy-adjusted diet costs1-3
Nutrient profiles discriminate between foods according to their contribution to nutritionally adequate diets: a validation study using linear programming and the SAIN,LIM system1-3
Population differences in associations between C-reactive protein concentration and adiposity: comparison of young adults in the Philippines and the United States1-3
Food intake, dietary patterns, and actinic keratoses of the skin: a longitudinal study1-3
TCF7L2, dietary carbohydrate, and risk of type 2 diabetes in US women1-3
Vitamin B-12, apolipoprotein E genotype, and cognitive performance in community-living older adults: evidence of a gene-micronutrient interaction1-3
Does the MTHFR 677C→T variant affect the Recommended Dietary Allowance for folate in the US population?1-4
Problems with red meat in the WCRF2
Reply to AS Truswell
Plasma selenium concentration and prostate cancer risk
Reply to B Bekaert and MP Rayman
The effect of a low-protein diet for diabetic nephropathy is underestimated
Reply to V Rigalleau et al