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A direct assay of circulating or available levels of vitamin B 6 in human biologic fluids and tissues is described. The organism used was the ciliate protozoan Tetrahymena pyriformis, an organism which responds only to the mammalian active vitamers of vitamin B 6 and hence is a better measure of...
Recent information which attempts to relate a high intake of sugar in the diet to a high incidence of ischemic heart disease has been reviewed. Data collected by the Interdepartmental Committee on Nutrition for National Development (ICNND) have been evaluated for sixteen countries. In these...
This experimental study was carried out to determine the influence of a known amount of physical activity (treadmill running) on eighty-six young men who were divided into six population groups including experimental (active) and control (inactive) subjects who were lean, muscular and obese. The...
Nitrogen retention in six men was measured when the following diets were fed: a basal diet containing 200 gm. of white wheat flour and a small quantity of lysine which furnished 320 mg. of methionine and 770 mg. of cystine; experimental diets containing 320, 470, 620 and 920 mg. of methionine...
Low fat diets containing a relative excess of maize starch or sucrose were given to six postmenopausal women for periods of twenty-five days. The findings were compared with those in men and premenopausal women who had consumed similar diets. With the sucrose diet the glyceride and free sterol...
A patient with tropical sprue is described who, after an initial response to folic acid therapy, had a relapse of megaloblastic anemia while still receiving 5 mg. daily of the vitamin. The blood level of folic acid was normal whereas that of vitamin B 12 was very low. Oral and parenteral folic...
Experiments were conducted in which healthy adult human subjects consumed a basal diet containing 200 gm. of white wheat flour, a small amount of supplementary lysine and a few foods low in nitrogen. Variable amounts of lysine, tryptophan and/or isoleucine were added to the basal diet. The...
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