Maternal capabilities influence child caregiving behaviors
In order to successfully address child undernutrition, effective childcare must be provided, and this is dependent upon the mother having
Plasma oxylipins are influenced by sex and n-3 fatty acid supplement type
The consumption of n-3 PUFAs is associated with multiple health benefits, but the extent of the benefit differs based on
Dietary carbohydrate and energy expenditure: Exploring biological mechanisms of body-weight control
A meta-analysis of 29 controlled-feeding studies sheds new light on the relation between macronutrient composition and total energy expenditure, according
On the road to a better understanding of how different microbiota compositions influence response to dietary interventions.
Whole grain wheat products, known for having beneficial health effects due to their higher nutritional quality, are a healthy choice
Limiting gluten intake is unlikely to provide overall survival benefits in a non-celiac population
Adherence to a gluten-free diet is the only effective treatment for those diagnosed with celiac disease, which comprises only about
Supplement in The Journal of Nutrition explores whether fortification of salt with iodine and iron could solve a major global
New approach allows analysis of human and microbial metabolism using a single unit of measure
Chemical oxygen demand (COD) measures the mass of oxygen required to completely oxidize organic carbon by microbiota, a term used
Glycine becomes conditionally indispensable during late gestation
Protein requirements are elevated during pregnancy to support the many adaptations and high rates of protein synthesis to support fetal
Prediction of food intake by fecal microbiota
Biomarkers that accurately estimate intake of whole foods or dietary patterns are lacking, even though biomarkers exist to estimate the
Can mothers’ diets influence the microbial composition of human milk?
Diets high in fiber and fat have been shown to alter the microbiota residing in the adult human gastrointestinal tract.