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Acute exposure to high-fat diets increases hepatic expression of genes related to cell repair and remodeling in female ratsMILLER, Colette N; MORTON, Heidi P; COONEY, Paula T et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 85-93, issn 0271-5317, 9 p.Article

Black chokeberry juice (Aronia melanocarpa) reduces incidences of urinary tract infection among nursing home residents in the long term—a pilot studyHANDELAND, Maria; GRUDE, Nils; TORP, Torfinn et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 518-525, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Certain dietary patterns are beneficial for the metabolic syndrome: reviewing the evidenceCALTON, Emily K; JAMES, Anthony P; PANNU, Poonam K et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 7, pp 559-568, issn 0271-5317, 10 p.Article

Cinnamon may have therapeutic benefits on lipid profile, liver enzymes, insulin resistance, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease patientsASKARI, Faezeh; RASHIDKHANI, Bahram; HEKMATDOOST, Azita et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 143-148, issn 0271-5317, 6 p.Article

Excess pregnancy weight gain leads to early indications of metabolic syndrome in a swine model of fetal programmingARENTSON-LANTZ, Emily J; BUHMAN, Kimberly K; AJUWON, Kolapo et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 3, pp 241-249, issn 0271-5317, 9 p.Article

Iron deficiency without anemia causes maternal hypothyroxinemia in pregnant ratsXIAONA HU; XIAOCHUN TENG; HONGZHI ZHENG et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 7, pp 604-612, issn 0271-5317, 9 p.Article

Krill oil supplementation lowers serum triglycerides without increasing low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in adults with borderline high or high triglyceride levelsBERGE, Kjetil; MUSA-VELOSO, Kathy; HARWOOD, Melody et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 126-133, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation had no effect on body weight but reduced energy intake in overweight and obese womenHARDEN, Charlotte J; DIBLE, Victoria A; RUSSELL, Jean M et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 17-24, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Low glycemic index vegan or low-calorie weight loss diets for women with polycystic ovary syndrome: a randomized controlled feasibility studyTURNER-MCGRIEVY, Gabrielle M; DAVIDSON, Charis R; WINGARD, Ellen E et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 552-558, issn 0271-5317, 7 p.Article

Review of nutrient actions on age-related macular degenerationZAMPATTI, Stefania; RICCI, Federico; CUSUMANO, Andrea et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 95-105, issn 0271-5317, 11 p.Article

S-(-)equol producing status not associated with breast cancer risk among low isoflavone-consuming US postmenopausal women undergoing a physician-recommended breast biopsyVIRK-BAKER, Mandeep K; BARNES, Stephen; KRONTIRAS, Helen et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 2, pp 116-125, issn 0271-5317, 10 p.Article

Three distinct clustering patterns in metabolic syndrome abnormalities are differentially associated with dietary factors in Korean adultsSUJIN SONG; HEE YOUNG PAIK; SONG, Won O et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 5, pp 383-390, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Type 2 diabetic conditions in Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty rats are ameliorated by 5-aminolevulinic acidSATO, Takashi; YASUZAWA, Toshinori; UESAKA, Ai et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 544-551, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Vitamin D intakes of children differ by race/ethnicity, sex, age, and income in the United States, 2007 to 2010MOORE, Carolyn E; RADCLIFFE, John D; YAN LIU et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 6, pp 499-506, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Water-insoluble fiber-rich fraction from pineapple peel improves intestinal function in hamsters: evidence from cecal and fecal indicatorsHUANG, Ya-Ling; TSAI, Yung-Hsiang; CHOW, Chau-Jen et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 4, pp 346-354, issn 0271-5317, 9 p.Article

Weight gain in college females is not prevented by isoflavone-rich soy protein: a randomized controlled trialBERGER, Paige K; PRINCIPE, Jessica L; LAING, Emma M et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 66-73, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Dairy food intake is positively associated with cardiovascular health: findings from Observation of Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Luxembourg studyCRICHTON, Georgina E; ALKERWI, Ala'a.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 12, pp 1036-1044, issn 0271-5317, 9 p.Article

Dietary early-life exposure to contaminated eels does not impair spatial cognitive performances in adult offspring mice as assessed in the Y-maze and the Morris water mazeDRIDI, Imen; LEROY, Delphine; GUIGNARD, Cédric et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 12, pp 1075-1084, issn 0271-5317, 10 p.Article

No significant independent relationships with cardiometabolic biomarkers were detected in the Observation of Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Luxembourg study populationALKERWI, Ala'a; SHIVAPPA, Nitin; CRICHTON, Georgina et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2014, Vol 34, Num 12, pp 1058-1065, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

A milk and cereal dietary pattern is associated with a reduced likelihood of having a low bone mineral density of the lumbar spine in Korean adolescentsSHIN, Sangah; HONG, Kyungeui; SEUNG WAN KANG et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 1, pp 59-66, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

A single portion of blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L) improves protection against DNA damage but not vascular function in healthy male volunteersDEL BO, Cristian; RISO, Patrizia; CAMPOLO, Jonica et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 3, pp 220-227, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Acetyl-L-carnitine and lipoic acid improve mitochondrial abnormalities and serum levels of liver enzymes in a mouse model of nonalcoholic fatty liver diseaseKATHIRVEL, Elango; MORGAN, Kengathevy; FRENCH, Samuel W et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 11, pp 932-941, issn 0271-5317, 10 p.Article

Aronia melanocarpa (chokeberry) polyphenol―rich extract improves antioxidant function and reduces total plasma cholesterol in apolipoprotein E knockout miceKIM, Bohkyung; CHAI SIAH KU; PHAM, Tho X et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 5, pp 406-413, issn 0271-5317, 8 p.Article

Association of racial disparities in the prevalence of insulin resistance with racial disparities in vitamin D levels: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2001-2006)WILLIAMS, Stephen K; FISCELLA, Kevin; WINTERS, Paul et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 4, pp 266-271, issn 0271-5317, 6 p.Article

Attenuation of the activated mammalian target of rapamycin pathway might be associated with renal function reserve by a low-protein diet in the rat remnant kidney modelOHKAWA, Sakae; YANAGIDA, Momoko; UCHIKAWA, Tsuyoshi et al.Nutrition research (New York, NY). 2013, Vol 33, Num 9, pp 761-771, issn 0271-5317, 11 p.Article

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