Research from ASN Journals
ATF4 regulates mTORC1 responses to prolonged leucine deprivation via REDD1 and Sestrin2
The master protein kinase, mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1), promotes anabolism when it is activated by amino acids,
Overview of the Third Expert Report on Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer
The impact of dietary patterns, nutrition, and physical activity on cancer development has been the topic of study by many
Multiple factors influence folate metabolism as indicated by serum levels of multiple forms
A complete picture of the various serum folate forms after the introduction of folic acid fortification of foods is now
Can a fungus lead to improved iron absorption?
Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) remains one of the most common micronutrient deficiency disorders in the world. Strategies to address IDA
Transforming food systems towards healthy diets: Study cautions against taking immediate action
Achieving sustainable food systems that can adequately nourish a growing world population is an immense challenge. While much of the
Lower bone mineral density among vegetarians: Dietary composition or body size?
The results of a recent study published in The Journal of Nutrition do not support the notion that diet composition
Walnuts and their fatty acids differentially impact the gut microbiota of those at risk of cardiovascular disease
Poor diets are known to promote cardiovascular disease and newer studies have demonstrated they also have negative impacts upon the
Calcium intake from food and supplementation has declined in the Canadian population
Although best known for its protective role in bone health, calcium has other beneficial effects on human health. Studies suggest
Quality of meals at full-service and fast-food restaurants: Has anything changed?
Meals consumed from both full-service and fast-food restaurants account for a substantial proportion of daily energy intake. Yet, the overall
Linking Dietary patterns, prediabetes, and gut microbiota composition
Much research has provided plausible biologic mechanisms linking diet to the composition of the gut microbiome. However, few studies have