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Use of food safety objectives as a tool for reducing foodborne listeriosis
Journal Article 1/1/2005
Article in Food Control on food safety objectives as a link to public health objectives and performance objectives.
 
La definición de fibra dietética – discusiones sostenidas durante el Noveno Simposio de Fibra Vahouny: Llegando a un acuerdo científico.
Journal Article 1/1/2010
La Comisión de Codex Alimentarius, adoptó una definición para la fibra dietética en Junio del 2009, basada en la recomendación del Comité Codex en Nutrición y Alimentos para Regímenes Especiales (CCNFSDU por sus siglas en inglés) para su aprobación en Noviembre del 2008.  La definición enumera tres categorías de polímeros de hidratos de carbono que no son hidrolizados por las enzimas endógenas en el intestino delgado de humanos.  Sin embargo, la definición dejó la inclusión de hidratos de carbono con grados de polimerización (GP) en el rango de 3 a 9 a discreción de las autoridades nacionales y dejó pendiente por definir los “efectos fisiológicos beneficiosos para la salud”.  Los comités de ILSI Europa e ILSI Norte América especializados en hidratos de carbono dietéticos organizaron un foro en el Noveno Simposio Vahouny de Fibra en el 2010 con el fin de discutir la forma en la cual se puedan resolver estos asuntos de instrumentación para llegar a un consenso científico.  Los resultados de esta sesión son alentadores e indicaron que la comunidad científica concuerda en mantener un consenso mundial respecto a la inclusión de hidratos de carbono no digeribles con >GP3 como fibra dietética y en una lista central y no exhaustiva, los efectos fisiológicos benéficos que tienen las fibras dietéticas.  Estos resultados son congruentes con los acuerdos mundiales previos.
 
EURRECA: Development of Tools to Improve the Alignment of Micronutrient Recommendations
Journal Article 1/1/2010
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2010;64(Suppl.3):S26-S31
 
Metabolic Imprinting, Programming and Epigenetics - A Review of Present Priorities and Future Opportunities
Journal Article 1/1/2010
British Journal of Nutrition 2010;104(Suppl.1)S1-S25
 
Evaluation of the Reproductive and Developmental Risks of Caffeine
Journal Article 1/1/2011
A risk analysis of in utero caffeine exposure is presented utilizing epidemiological studies and animal studies dealing with congenital malformation, pregnancy loss, and weight reduction.
 
The Biological Relevance of Direct Antioxidant Effects of Polyphenols for Cardiovascular Health in Humans Is Not Established
Journal Article 1/1/2011
Journal of Nutrition 2011:141:989S-1009S
 
Definição de fibra alimentar discussões no Ninth Vahouny Fiber Symposium - Artigo Food Nutr Res 2011
Journal Article 1/1/2010
Uma definição para fibra alimentar foi adotada em junho de 2009 pela Comissão do Codex Alimentarius baseada na recomendação para adoção do Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses (CCNFSDU – Comitê Codex sobre Nutrição e Alimentos para Fins Especiais), em novembro de 2008. A definição listou três categorias de polímeros de carboidratos que não são hidrolisados pelas enzimas endógenas do intestino delgado humano. Entretanto, a definição deixou para as autoridades nacionais a decisão sobre a inclusão de carboidratos com grau de polimerização (GP) entre 3 e 9 e deixou indefinido os “efeitos fisiológicos benéficos à saúde”. Os Comitês sobre Carboidratos Alimentares do ILSI Europa e ILSI América do Norte organizaram um fórum, dentro do Ninth Vahouny Fiber Symposium, em 2010, para discutir essas questões de implementação com o objetivo de construir um consenso científico para resolvê-las. Os resultados dessa sessão são encorajadores e indicaram que a comunidade científica concorda em manter um consenso mundial em relação à inclusão dos carboidratos não disponíveis com GP ≥ 3 como fibra alimentar e uma lista simplificada de efeitos fisiológicos benéficos que fibras alimentares apresentam. Esses resultados estão em consonância com acordos mundiais previamente estabelecidos.
 
Translating the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans to bring about Real Behavior Change
Journal Article 1/1/2011
This article is one 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 (DGAC).
 
A Review of the Literature Relating Caffeine Consumption by Women to their Risk of Reproductive Hazards
Journal Article 1/1/2002
From this detailed review of the literature, several conclusions can be drawn: (a) An association between caffeine consumption and a reproductive hazard is more likely to be seen in lower-quality studies than in studies that come closer to approximating the ideal. This is especially evident for "lower" birthweight and congenital anomalies. (b) The association between caffeine consumption and spontaneous abortion may well reflect the Stein-Susser epiphenomenon (women with prominent nausea tend to reduce caffeine consumption and nausea appears to be a marker of good implantation, perhaps reflecting a favorable balance of hormones produced by a healthy placenta). (c) The claim that caffeine consumption by women delays conception has not been followed by convincing support. (d) Reproductive hazards associated with cigarette smoking tend to be associated with caffeine/coffee consumption. Sometimes this appears to be a consequence of residual confounding associated with inadequate adjustment for cigarette smoking, which is over-represented among those who drink the most coffee/caffeine. Sometimes this reflects the tendency of women to underreport socially undesirable behaviors (e.g. smoking) while accurately reporting socially neutral behaviors (e.g. coffee and caffeine consumption). Thus, it seems reasonable to conclude that no convincing evidence has been presented to show that caffeine consumption increases the risk of any reproductive adversity.
 
Issues related to the conduct of systematic reviews: a focus on the nutrition field
Journal Article 1/1/2008
Published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, this article examines how systematic reviews play a role in nutrition research.

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