Does gestational diabetes complicate newborn vitamin D status?
A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition found that most women with gestational diabetes had adequate vitamin D
Does weight loss surgery change food preferences?
Difficulties in measuring habitual food intake following gastric bypass surgery has severely undermined efforts to address key questions regarding subsequent
Could a reduction in animal protein intake reduce overall nutritional adequacy?
To what extent does a reduction in animal protein intake impair the fulfillment of all other nutrient-based recommendations? According to
Gestational diabetes is associated with unique metabolic profiles of women from differing ethnicities
Gestational diabetes is a major health concern, but impacts women in different geographic regions to varying extents. White Europeans commonly
Researchers identify factors that influence the portions of food children select and eat
Food liking is an important predictor of both portion selection and food intake in middle childhood according to a new
Anti-inflammatory properties of palmitoylethanolamide may possibly reduce COVID-19 severity
A recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition reported that a novel food supplement had anti-inflammatory effects in adults
Women may need additional iron during later stages of pregnancy
A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition provides evidence that current iron supplementation standards for pregnant women may
Atherosclerotic plaques in mice are stabilized by Brussels chicory impacts on the intestine
Unstable atherosclerotic plaques have a necrotic core that is overlain by a thin fibrous cap, and have abundant macrophages but
Elevated hepcidin resulting from mild to moderate food deprivation disturbs iron homeostasis
Anemia occurs with undernutrition, yet even though there is reduced hemoglobin and serum iron concentrations in these states, tissue iron
Hepcidin increases and iron absorption decreases after prolonged running
Sufficient iron availability is necessary to support the work involved in strenuous exercise by trained athletes. However, this population tends