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The protein content of a series of supplemented breads has been evaluated from the standpoint of both quality and quantity of protein content. A net protein value was obtained by multiplying the measure of quality by the measure of quantity. The breads contained supplements of nonfat dry milk,...
Sweat was collected from acclimatized young men during work on a cycle ergometer in a temperate environment. The men were divided into two matched groups of six each and fed for 6 weeks either a diet of the type used for Project Gemini or a purified formula. Sweat was extracted from...
One, two, and three hours after subcutaneous administration of approximately 0.08 mc 32 P 1 to both vitamin A-deficient and pair-fed control rats, livers were removed and subcellular phospholipids analyzed for radioactivity. The specific activity of the lipid-P was higher in all vitamin...
Adult human subjects were fed increasing quantities of leucine or valine in conjunction with 1.5 times the basic mixture of other amino acids previously developed in this laboratory. White wheat flour and crystalline amino acids were administered. Total daily nitrogen intake was 6.00 g. Mean...
Management of food allergy in children involves several aspects. Complications that have been superimposed on allergy such as undernutrition, growth failure, and infection must first be treated. The diagnosis of food allergy must be established and the food allergens causing the symptoms must be...
Three patients with massive intestinal resection were studied to determine the effect of substituting medium-chain triglycerides for long-chain triglycerides on fat and nitrogen balance. On the medium-chain triglyceride-supplemented diet there was a reduction of steatorrhea and there was also an...
A meal containing a well-defined fat and a very small amount of radioactively labeled free cholesterol was fed in two consecutive studies to a male patient with cannulation of the left thoracic duct. Chyle was collected for 15 or 16 hr following the meal. Recovery of fed fat was 19-27%, and of...
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