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Supplement on Behavior and Obesity Prevention
Journal Article 1/1/2003
This article, published in Obesity Research (2003;11), 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.
 
AJCN Supplement on Sugars and Health
Journal Article 1/1/2003

These nine articles, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2003;78), cover sugars and weight control, insulin sensitivity, diabetes, CVD, dental caries, and US guidance on sugars intake.

 
Sugars and Health: Is There an Issue?
Journal Article 1/1/2003

Current controversy over the impact of sugars in health prompted a workshop in which participants shared the latest nutritional science information on this topic. The outcomes were published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association (2003;103:1058–1060).

 
Hydration: Issues for the 21st Century
Journal Article 1/1/2003

This review article, published in Nutrition Reviews (2003;61:261–271), 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.

 
Defining Energy for a New Millennium
Journal Article 1/1/2001
This supplement, published in Nutrition Reviews (2001;59 Pt 2:S1–S39), addresses the question as to what "energy" means to the scientific community, the consumer public, and policymakers, and attempts to identify the scientific foundation for energy claims. A series of articles explores the scientific basis and evidence for linking food components to physical and mental energy.
 
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, placebo-controlled, within-subjects (N=17) experiment compared the sensitivity to change of the cognitive performance and mood measures of mental energy following consumption of either a moderate does of caffeine (200 mg), a small amount of carbohydrate (50 g white bread), or both. The findings are published in the International Journal of Neuroscience (2009;119:1239–1258).
 
Refining the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) for Risk Prioritization of Trace Chemicals in Food
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This paper, published in Food and Chemical Toxicology (2009;47:2236–2245), 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, published in Nutrition Reviews (2009;67:40–48), includes a general introduction and overview of how diet or dietary components can influence microbial growth and, ultimately, disease risk and overall health.
 
Towards Establishing Dietary Reference Intakes for Eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic Acids (DHA)
Journal Article 1/1/2009
This paper, published in the Journal of Nutrition (2009;139:804S–819S), 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.
 
Intake of Added Sugars and Selected Nutrients in the United States, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2003—2006
Journal Article 1/1/2010

The primary objectives of this study, published in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (2010;50:228–258), were to utilize National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to update the reference table data on intake of added sugars from the Institute of Medicine report and compute food sources of added sugars.


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