Nutrition Journal Articles

  • Is the PURE Study Pure Fiction? The authors of this brief commentary are skeptical of the quality of evidence in the PURE study as well as that of most nutrition epidemiologic research which relies on 'dietary anecdotes'.
  • A Lifestyle Intervention for Metabolic Syndrome With NAFLD This study evaluated the impact of a highly structured lifestyle program for weight loss and metabolic fitness in patients with metabolic syndrome, with and without NAFLD.
  • CKD and Increased Mortality in Patients With NAFLD This study assessed the association between different stages of chronic kidney disease and mortality in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
  • Choosing Wisely in Critical Care Which Choosing Wisely in Critical Care recommendations have been set forth, and are they being appropriately implemented in the ICU?
  • Bifidobacterium Lactis NCC2818 in Chronic Constipation This study investigated changes in physiological and clinical measures of gut function in patients with chronic constipation following consumption of a specific strain of Bifidobacterium lactis.
  • Sarcopenia: Revised European Consensus on Definition A European working group has updated criteria that define and characterize sarcopenia in clinical practice, with the aim of promoting early detection and treatment and fostering research.
  • Rural-Urban Differences in Adolescent Diet and Activity Levels Do differences in dietary intake and physical activity explain the higher prevalence of obesity among adolescents living in rural versus urban settings?
  • Reproductive Factors, Hormone Use, and Risk of B-Cell NHL Might sex hormones play a role in the etiology of lymphoma? This study investigated the roles of reproductive factors and exogenous hormone use in risk of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
  • The PURE Study Implications The PURE study aimed to clarify the constituents of a modern diet that promote heart health and longevity. In this interview, the author talks to Professor Salim Yusuf about its potential impact.
  • Hypothyroidism in the Elderly Find out which elderly patients with hypothyroidism may benefit most from treatment -- and which treatment options should be considered.
  • Vitamin D Deficiency and Treatment vs Infection Risk in ESRD In what ways might vitamin D status and the use of supplements impact the risk of infection among ESRD patients receiving long-term dialysis?
  • Toothbrushing Patterns Among US Children and Adolescents Are children in the US engaging in appropriate daily preventive dental health practices and using the recommended amount of fluoride toothpaste?
  • Diet and Colon: What Matters? How do dietary patterns impact the risk of developing colorectal cancer? This meta-analysis summarizes current evidence regarding the complex relationship between diet and colorectal cancer.
  • Changes in Childhood BP Levels After 2017 AAP Guideline Has the 2017 American Academy of Pediatrics guideline, which revised the cut-offs for high blood pressure, resulted in a higher prevalence of children diagnosed with hypertension?
  • Soy-Based Infant Formula Feeding and Menstrual Pain Might soy formula feeding during infancy increase the risk of menstrual pain in adulthood?
  • Vitamin D Supplementation and Free and Total Vitamin D How does the response to vitamin D supplementation differ between Asians and Caucasians?
  • Implementation of a Low FODMAP Diet for Patients With IBS This review addresses many outstanding questions surrounding a low FODMAP diet for relief of IBS symptoms. Which patients will benefit? What's its long-term efficacy, acceptability, and impact on QoL?
  • Trends in Cardiovascular Health Among US Stroke Survivors This study assessed trends in prevalence and predictors of 7 key metrics of cardiovascular health among stroke survivors in the US. How well are the goals of these metrics being met?
  • Nutrition and Age-Related Cataract Formation and Progression Does nutrition play a role in the pathogenesis of age-related cataract formation and progression?
  • Dysglycemia-Based Chronic Disease: AACE Position Statement The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists has provided a position statement regarding the recognition, prevention, and management of dysglycemia-based chronic disease.
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