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Background: The sensory attributes of foods may have an important influence on intake because of sensory-specific satiety (SSS). Foods with high SSS may aid in body weight maintenance as a result of termination of consumption before metabolic satiety. No studies have investigated whether...
Background: In 1998 choline Adequate Intakes of 425 and 450 mg/d were established for nonpregnant and pregnant women, respectively. However, to our knowledge, no dose-response studies have been conducted to evaluate the effects of pregnancy or maternal choline intake on biomarkers of choline...
Background: Little is known about the association between eating patterns and type 2 diabetes (T2D) risk. Objective: The objective of this study was to prospectively examine associations between breakfast omission, eating frequency, snacking, and T2D risk in men. Design: Eating patterns were...
Background: Five percent to 10% of all fracture patients experience an inadequate healing process that results in a nonunion of fracture parts. Previous experimental studies have indicated the importance of sufficient nitric oxide production from arginine during normal fracture healing. However,...
Background: Although low circulating 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) concentrations have been associated with insulin resistance and obesity, the relations between these 3 variables have not been completely resolved. Objective: The objective was to compare circulating 25(OH)D concentrations in...
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