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Problem Formulation in Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Crops: A Brazilian Workshop
Report/White Paper 1/1/2009
Workshop summary.
 
Functional Foods in Europe - International Developments in Science and Health Claims
Proceedings 1/1/2009
Selected proceedings of an International Symposium held on 9-11 May 2007 in Portomaso, Malta
 
Sensitivity to Change in Cognitive Performance and Mood of Energy and Fatigue in Response to Differing Doses of Caffeine or Breakfast
Journal Article 1/1/2009

The mood and cognitive measurers of mental energy used in this investigation have similar sensitivity for detecting change in response to a small and moderate dose of caffeine and breakfast. 

This double-blind, placebo-controlled, within-subjects (N=18) experiment compared the sensitivity to change of cognitive performance and mood measures of mental energy following consumption of either 100 or 200-mg caffeine or a 440-calorie breakfast. Breakfast and 200-mg caffeine improved mood and cognitive performance. The sensitivity to change of the measures did not differ in response to any treatment (all p values> .05).

 
Sensitivity to Change in Cognitive Performance and Mood Measures of Energy and Fatigue in Response to Morning Caffeine Alone or in Combination with Carbohydrate
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This double-blind, placedbo-controlled, within-subjects (N=17) experitment compared the sensitivity to change o fthe cognitive performance and mood measures of mental energy following consumption of either a moderate does ofcaffeine (200 mg), a small amount of carbohydrate (50 g white bread), or both. Caffeine improved mood and performance. The sensitivity to change of the mood and cognitive measures did not differ in response to the three treatments (all p values> .05). The mood and cognitive measures of mental energy used here have similar sensitivity to detecting change in response to caffeine and carbohydrate.
 
Refining the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) for Risk Prioritization of Trace Chemicals in Food
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This paper builds on the existing TTC literature and recommends refinements that address two key areas: the inclusion of genotoxicity and duration of exposure.
 
Functional Foods for Health Promotion: Microbes and Health
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This set of expanded abstracts includes a general introduction and overview of how diet or dietary components can influence microbial growth and, ultimately, disease risk and overall health. Additional information is provided about how the food supply can set the landscape for gene expression in microbes and, ultimately, their influence on health (with some comments on how microbes might contribute to the obesity epidemic), child health and infections, role of microbes in cancer prevention, and effects of foods and their bioactive constituents as modifiers of microbes in the oral cavity.
 
 
 
Towards Establishing Dietary Reference Intakes for Eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acids (DHA)
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This paper summarizes a workshop sponsored by the Dietary Lipids Committee that presented the current scientific understanding of the impact of dietary EPA and DHA on cardiovascular,neurocognitive, and cancer outcomes. An expert panel concluded that consistent evidence support a dietary reference intake of 250-500 mg per day for the reduction of fatal coronary heart disease risk and that additional data are needed to determine the impact of these fatty acids on other health outcomes. The abstract is accessible at the journal's webiste (http://jn.nutrition.org/cgi/content/abstract/139/4/804S), reprints may be requested from Courtney Kelly McComber (cmccomber@ilsi.org​)​.
 
The use of 35S and Tnos expression elements in the measurement of genetically engineered plant materials
Journal Article 1/1/2009
An original paper in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry by Marcia Holden, et al.
 
ABC de lost alimentos derivados de plantas geneticamente modificadas para consumo humano
Monograph 1/1/2009
A Spanish-language publication about foods derived from biotechnology.
 
Funding Food Science and Nutrition Research: Financial Conflicts and Scientific Integrity
Journal Article 1/1/2009

This paper discusses conflict-of-interest guidelines regarding industry funding to protect the integrity and credibility of the scientific record, particularly with respect to health, nutrition, and food-safety science.


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