Nutritional adequacy in plant-protein based diets is dependent on diversity of plant sources
Increasing intake of plant protein is associated with certain nutritional and health benefits, such as lower risks of cancer and
Citrulline is a major contributor to renal guanidinoacetic acid synthesis
The majority of creatine needed to support short-term energy demands, brain function, and neurological development, especially in neonates, is derived
Should an Obsession with Healthy Eating be Classified as a Disease?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition notes “great caution should be exercised in extending the label of illness to the phenomenon of orthorexia nervosa”
Will Drinking Tea Make You Healthy?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds daily tea intake may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause
Protein requirements to maximize anabolism in trained men is greater than current recommendations
The controversy over the amount and timing of protein intake to support anabolic responses to resistance exercise persists. The literature
Does continuous energy restriction and intermittent energy restriction lead to unfavorable eating behaviors after weight loss?
Although traditional continuous energy restriction may facilitate weight loss, several studies have shown that it may lead to compensatory eating
Vitamin D supplementation substantially contributes to overall intake
Although best known for its role in bone health, there is increasing evidence of the additional health benefits of vitamin
High protein diets may counteract adaptive thermogenesis during weight maintenance after weight loss
Approximately 90% of weight-reduced individuals eventually return to their previous body weights. This is largely attributed to adaptive thermogenesis, the
Retinol isotope dilution in a super-child study design allows determination of whole body kinetics and vitamin A stores
Compartmental analyses of retinol kinetic data in animals has expanded our understanding of whole body vitamin A metabolism and stores.
Socioeconomic status is a major contributor to underweight and overweight in India
Malnutrition contributes both to underweight and overweight, and both conditions contribute to a variety of disease risks. Approximately 40% of