Evidence of an association between dietary acid load and the risk of depression and anxiety

A direct association between dietary glycaemic index and the risk of irritable bowel syndrome‐induced constipation: findings from a cross‐sectional study in Iran Milajerdi et al., JHND Early View Background No previous study has examined the association of dietary acid load (DAL) with depression and anxiety in adults. The present study aimed to investigate the association between … Continue reading Evidence of an association between dietary acid load and the risk of depression and anxiety

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Selenium supplementation has no impact on type-2 diabetes

  Effectiveness and safety of selenium supplementation for type 2 diabetes mellitus in adults: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials Strozyk et al., JHND Early View Background The role of selenium (Se) in the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) remains unclear. We systematically assessed the effectiveness and safety of Se supplementation in adults … Continue reading Selenium supplementation has no impact on type-2 diabetes

Night‐time eating and body weight status among US adults

  Night‐time eating and body weight status among US adults, 2007–2016 An et al., JHND Early View Background The present study assessed the relationship between night‐time eating and body weight status among US adults, using in‐person 24‐h dietary recall data from a nationally representative survey. Methods Individual‐level data (n = 23 003) came from the 2007–2016 National Health and … Continue reading Night‐time eating and body weight status among US adults

Lifestyle in patients at increased risk of colorectal cancer

Anderson et al., JHND Early View Background The present study aimed to assess modifiable risk factors in patients at high risk for colorectal cancer (CRC) and their experience of lifestyle advice. Methods A questionnaire study was conducted in high‐risk CRC patients attending for surveillance colonoscopy. Current lifestyle behaviours [smoking, alcohol, diet (fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, red … Continue reading Lifestyle in patients at increased risk of colorectal cancer

Lifestyle and dietary changes related to dyslipidaemia can be achieved with continuous clinician-led education, monitoring and follow‐ups

  Effectiveness and easiness of adherence to behavioural guidelines for diet and lifestyle changes for cholesterol‐lowering: the Increasing Adherence of Consumers to Diet & Lifestyle Changes to Lower (LDL) Cholesterol (ACT) randomised controlled trial Magriplis et al., JHND Early View Background The present study aimed to assess perceived effectiveness and easiness of behavioural diet and lifestyle … Continue reading Lifestyle and dietary changes related to dyslipidaemia can be achieved with continuous clinician-led education, monitoring and follow‐ups

Food‐basket intervention to reduce micronutrient deficiencies among Maasai‐pregnant women in Tanzania

Food‐basket intervention to reduce micronutrient deficiencies among Maasai‐pregnant women in Tanzania: a quasi‐experimental study Mshanga et al., JHND Early View Background Micronutrients comprised of vitamin and mineral nutrients that are needed during pregnancy for foetal growth, development and maturation, as well as for reducing/preventing maternal complications. However, micronutrient‐rich foods (vegetables and fruits) are lacking in the … Continue reading Food‐basket intervention to reduce micronutrient deficiencies among Maasai‐pregnant women in Tanzania

Inflammatory bowel disease has a profound impact on psychosocial aspects of food and nutrition

Perceptions and psychosocial impact of food, nutrition, eating and drinking in people with inflammatory bowel disease: a qualitative investigation of food‐related quality of life Czuber-Dochan et al., JHND Early View. Introduction Extensive research has provided an important understanding of the impact of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) on nutrient intake, requirements and metabolism. By contrast, there has … Continue reading Inflammatory bowel disease has a profound impact on psychosocial aspects of food and nutrition