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Food Science Challenge - Translating the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to Bring About Real Behavior Change
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This article takes the perspective of food scientists who are tasked with making positive modifications to the food supply, both in innovating and reformulating food products, to respond to both the DGA recommendations, and to consumer desires, needs, and choices.
 
Evaluation of the Reproductive and Developmental Risks of Caffeine
Journal Article 1/1/2011
A risk analysis of in utero caffeine exposure is presented in Birth Defects Research, utilizing epidemiological studies and animal studies dealing with congenital malformation, pregnancy loss, and weight reduction.
 
Translating the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans to Bring About Real Behavior Change
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This article, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, is the second of two papers resulting from two expert dialogues held in the fall of 2010 among nutrition scientists and food scientists charged with innovating strategies to bring Americans’ diets more closely in line with the 2010 report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
 
Fructose Malabsorption and Intolerance: Effects of Fructose With and Without Simultaneous Glucose Ingestion
Journal Article 1/1/2011
By reviewing the clinical evidence, the paper demonstrates that while a few individuals may have varying degrees of intolerance, fructose consumed at typical levels of intake and in conjunction with glucose (as it occurs in the food supply and diet) should be absorbed without issue.  
 
Food, Fortificants and Supplements: Where Do Americans Get Their Nutrients?
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This analysis of NHANES 2003–2006 data supported by the Fortification Committee shows that nutrients added to foods (enriched and fortified) play a vital role in moving Americans closer to Estimated Average Requirement for many nutrients.
 
Human Gut Microbiota and Its Relationship to Health and Disease
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This article provides fundamental and current data on the role of human gut microbiota in human health and disease, including strategies and guidelines for using probiotics and prebiotics.
 
Funding Source and Research Report Quality in Nutrition Practice-Related Research
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This retrospective study examines whether the type of funding source of nutrition research is related to differences in the quality of research reports. After controlling for research design, the results showed that research report quality cannot be accurately predicted from the funding source.
 
Dietary Supplement Use Is Associated With Higher Intakes of Minerals From Food Sources
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This article, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, examines dietary nutrient intakes of supplement users versus nonusers, and includes an analysis how supplements contribute to the potential for meeting or exceeding dietary reference intakes.
 
The effect of X-ray on Salmonella inactivation and sensory quality of almonds and walnuts as a function of water activity
Journal Article 1/1/2011
The overall goal of this study was to develop a set of process design principles for low-energy X-ray irradiation of tree nuts.
 
Moving beyond “good fat, bad fat”: The complex roles of dietary lipids in cellular function and health
Journal Article 1/1/2011
​This paper is comprised of extended abstracts from the International Life Science Institute North America and the American Society for Nutrition annual Functional Foods for Health Symposium and addresses issues related to emerging lipid nutrition science, including active roles of lipids in modulating physiological pathways.

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