IVACG Policy Statement on Vitamin A, Diarrhea, and Measles
International Vitamin A Consultative Group policy statement about the importance of vitamin A supplementation for children as a method of combatting diarrhea and measles and reducing childhood mortality.
IVACG Statement: Safe Doses of Vitamin A During Pregnancy and Lactation
International Vitamin A Consultative Group statement regarding the appropriate amount of vitamin A supplementation for pregnant and breast feeding women.
IVACG Statement on Clustering of Xerophthalmia and Vitamin A Deficiency Within
The International Vitamin A Consultative Group's statement about the relationship between xerophthalmia and vitamin A deficiency.
IVACG Statement: Vitamin A and Iron Interactions
This statement by the International Vitamin A Consultative Group addresses the frequent coexistence of vitamin A deficiency and iron deficiency anemia.
Safety of Iron Supplementation Programs in Malaria-Endemic Regions
This statement by the International Nutritional Anemia Consultative Group uses published and unpublished studies to determine the effects of iron supplementation programs on malaria infection and morbidity.
Flavonoid Intake and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: A Prospective Study in Postmenopausal Women
Flavonoid food composition data were used to evaluate the association between flavonoid intake and cardiovascular disease mortality. Results of this study were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2007;85:895–909).
Functional Foods for Health Promotion: Implications for Reducing Obesity
Published as a commentary in Nutrition Today (2004;40:165–168), this article provides highlights from the special conference on functional foods and an increased understanding of onset obesity and provided further knowledge about the physiological response to food and food components.
Food packaging: Ensuring the Safety, Quality and Traceability of Foods
Ochratoxin A in Food: Recent Developments and Significance
Hypertension: Optimising Dietary and Lifestyle Factors