Do omega-3 fats boost brain function in adults? Are we any closer to an answer?1,2
Critical windows for nutritional interventions against stunting1-3
Dietary disinhibition modulates neural valuation of food in the fed and fasted states1-4
Short-term effects of fish-oil supplementation on heart rate variability in humans: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials1-3
Vascular function and atherosclerosis progression after 1 y of flavonoid intake in statin-treated postmenopausal women with type 2 diabetes: a double-blind randomized controlled trial1-3
Black tea lowers the rate of blood pressure variation: a randomized controlled trial1-3
Dietary calcium intake and risk of stroke: a dose-response meta-analysis1-3
The USDA Automated Multiple-Pass Method accurately assesses population sodium intakes1-3
Data imputation for accelerometer-measured physical activity: the combined approach1-3
Kinetics of the utilization of dietary arginine for nitric oxide and urea synthesis: insight into the arginine-nitric oxide metabolic system in humans1-3
Contribution of gastroenteropancreatic appetite hormones to protein-induced satiety1-3
Weight loss, weight maintenance, and adaptive thermogenesis1-3
Human metabolism and elimination of the anthocyanin, cyanidin-3-glucoside: a 13C-tracer study1-3
Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of vitamin D supplementation in Parkinson disease1-4
Magnesium retention from metabolic-balance studies in female adolescents: impact of race, dietary salt, and calcium1-3
Physical activity intensity, sedentary time, and body composition in preschoolers1-3
Gastric cancer in Zambian adults: a prospective case-control study that assessed dietary intake and antioxidant status by using urinary isoprostane excretion1-3
Intake of fiber and fiber-rich plant foods is associated with a lower risk of renal cell carcinoma in a large US cohort1-4
Decreased dietary fiber intake and structural alteration of gut microbiota in patients with advanced colorectal adenoma1-4
Effect of acute and chronic red wine consumption on lipopolysaccharide concentrations1-3
A weight-gain-for-gestational-age z score chart for the assessment of maternal weight gain in pregnancy1-3
Diets of drinkers on drinking and nondrinking days: NHANES 2003-20081-3
Dietary patterns and risk of dementia in an elderly Japanese population: the Hisayama Study1-3
Association of raw fruit and fruit juice consumption with blood pressure: the INTERMAP Study1-4
Fruit, Mediterranean-style, and high-fat and -sugar diets are associated with the risk of night sweats and hot flushes in midlife: results from a prospective cohort study1-3
Comparison of gestational weight gain-related pregnancy outcomes in American primiparous and multiparous women1-3
Adherence to the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research guidelines and risk of death in Europe: results from the European Prospective Investigation into Nutrition and Cancer cohort study1-5
Intake of trans fat and all-cause mortality in the Reasons for Geographical and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) cohort1-4
REG1B as a predictor of childhood stunting in Bangladesh and Peru1-3
DHA supplementation improved both memory and reaction time in healthy young adults: a randomized controlled trial1-3
An increase in renal dopamine does not stimulate natriuresis after fava bean ingestion1-3
Defining “sustainable” and “healthy” diets in an era of great environmental concern and increased prevalence of chronic diseases
Reply to I Hawkins and J Sabaté
Re: Consumption of artificial sweetener- and sugar-containing soda and the risk of lymphoma and leukemia in men and women
Conclusions in a study on the role of artificially sweetened soda and risk of lymphoma and leukemia are misleading