Can high prenatal folic acid intakes during pregnancy increase risk of infant allergy?
A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition concluded maternal folic acid status (the synthetic form of folate) during
Calcium fatty acid soap formation is dependent on fat source
A body of literature suggests that elevated dietary calcium intake can lead to reduced body weight. However, the mechanisms whereby
NO: Another reason to say yes to vegetables
A new study highlights the potential benefits of higher habitual dietary nitrate, predominantly from vegetables, to support muscle function in
Not all dietary proteins are created equal
A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition concluded that “ounce equivalents” of animal- and plant-based protein-rich foods may
Can foods rich in phenolic compounds lower the risk of gestational diabetes in high-risk women?
Gestation diabetes mellitus (GDM), defined as diabetes with its onset during pregnancy, is the most common medical complication of pregnancy
The Link between Diet, Inflammation, and Disease
Review published in Advances in Nutrition finds pro-inflammatory diets are associated with the development of several diseases Studies have shown
Are Some Infants Consuming Too Much Protein?
Advances in Nutrition review finds higher intakes of total and animal protein during infancy are associated with higher BMI in
Lactation stage and donor-specific trends exist in human milk proteinaceous components
Breast milk composition changes over time to provide infants with the nutrients needed to support growth and health, including functions
Ketone supplementation: A novel approach to preventing diabetes
An increase in circulating ketone levels can be achieved by fasting or a ketogenic diet, which consists of a very
The impact of pre- and post-meal exercise timing on glycemic regulation
A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition sheds light on the optimal timing of exercise initiation relative to