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The primary objectives of this study were to utilize National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to update the reference table data on intake of added sugars from the IOM report and compute food sources of added sugars.
A 2-step method to assess the quality of nanotoxicity studies is described.
An evaluation to characterize the published literature pertaining to the safety of oral exposure to food-related nanomaterials and to identify research needs in this area.
These nine articles cover sugars and weight control; insulin sensitivity; diabetes; CVD; dental caries; and US guidance on sugars intake.
Current controversy over the impact of sugars in health prompted a workshop in which participants shared the latest nutritional science information on this topic.
This article provides an evaluation of the use of biomarkers in nutritional epidemiology. The focus is on biomarkers that are considered to have current or emerging interest for chronic disease and methodologic research, and for which a substantial body of literature regarding their measurement in humans exists.
This article evaluates how various dietary and physical activity factors relate to weight management. The author presents what is understood about the complex biological, social, environmental, and economic factors that contribute to obesity.
This review article goes beyond studies of water requirements for stressed populations to summarize emerging scientific information focusing on healthy adults and point to areas for future research.
This document looks at the reproductive and developmental risks of caffeine with a look at methylated xanthine effect on the nervous system.
Microbial hazards in irrigation water: standards, norms and testingto manage use of water in fresh produce primary productionComprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 10 April 2015Commissioned by the ILSI Europe Emerging Microbiological Issues Task Force
Assessing dietary exposure to caffeine form beverages in the U.S. populationusing brand-specific versus category-specific caffeine valuesFood and Chemical Toxicology, 20 March 2015Commissioned by the ILSI North America Caffeine Working Group