Dietary carbohydrate and energy expenditure: Exploring biological mechanisms of body-weight control
A meta-analysis of 29 controlled-feeding studies sheds new light on the relation between macronutrient composition and total energy expenditure, according
On the road to a better understanding of how different microbiota compositions influence response to dietary interventions.
Whole grain wheat products, known for having beneficial health effects due to their higher nutritional quality, are a healthy choice
Limiting gluten intake is unlikely to provide overall survival benefits in a non-celiac population
Adherence to a gluten-free diet is the only effective treatment for those diagnosed with celiac disease, which comprises only about
Can mothers’ diets influence the microbial composition of human milk?
Diets high in fiber and fat have been shown to alter the microbiota residing in the adult human gastrointestinal tract.
Maternal diet and perinatal factors influence the microbial composition of breast milk
Breast milk is a complex, dynamic matrix of nutrients and bioactive agents, both of which are vitally important to the
Whole Grains: A matter of processing
When a carbohydrate-rich food or meal is consumed, there is a subsequent rise in blood glucose, referred to as the
Do plant-based ultra-processed foods improve the nutritional quality of vegetarian diets?
Vegetarian diets are often characterized as having beneficial health effects due to their higher nutritional quality. However, not all vegetarian
Plant protein vs. animal protein: Which has the greatest impact bone health?
Studies suggest that increased intakes of plant-based foods and decreased consumption of animal-based foods may reduce the risk of chronic
Vitamin D status and COVID-19 severity: Is there a link?
Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-Co-V-2) has caused a global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Infected persons display
Is there a link between temporal dietary patterns and obesity?
Traditional investigation of the diet-health relation tends to focus on singular behaviors such as breakfast skipping or aspects of dietary