ILSI publishes articles on original research, literature reviews and gap analyses, and meeting proceedings primarily in peer-reviewed journals. ILSI also publishes books, monographs, white papers, and other reports through ILSI Press.
This article details three studies in 18-25 year-old endurance trained athletes to determine oxidation and optimal carbohydrate ingestion before and during exercise.
This article compares definitions of fiber, raising questions on criteria for defining fiber and analytical and functional was to distinguish among fibers.
This article summarizes a 2005 workshop which sought to
assess the state of the science; clarify definitions and behavioral questions on low-carbohydrate diets; and identify
related research gaps.
The proceedings Mental Energy: Defining the Science provide highlights of the April 2004 workshop on mental energy.
The supplement includes articles describing the science behind the philosophy and methods for deriving upper tolerable intake levels (ULs); how public health can best be served by the use of upper levels; and research needs for advancing the science that is used to establish the upper level.
Classification of perspectives on motivation and recommendations for measurement are provided.
Papers address the role of sodium in fluid homeostasis with
exercise; the influence of dietary sodium on blood pressure;
salt sensitivity; the relationship between dietary sodium and cardiovascular disease; the interaction between sodium
and potassium; the role of dietary sodium in osteoporosis; and the formulation of dietary guidelines in light of scientific evidence.
This article addresses caffeine consumption patterns and caffeine intake differences in Canadian and US children.
This journal article discusses the importance of hydration and health promotion.
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