Comparison of two bioelectrical impedance devices and dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry to evaluate body composition in heart failure Alves et al. JHND Early View. Background The utilisation of bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) in heart failure can be affected by many factors and its applicability remains controversial. The present study aimed to verify the adequacy of … Continue reading Body composition: DXA and bioimpedance in heart failure
We have published a supplemental issue this month, containing over 30 papers. You can access this here.
Glycaemic responses of staple South Asian foods alone and combined with curried chicken as a mixed meal R. George, A. L. Garcia and C. A. Edwards. Article first published online: 24 MAR 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/jhn.12232 Effect of weight maintenance or gain in a 10 years period over telomere length, sirtuin 1 and 6 expression and carotid … Continue reading New articles on JHND Early View
Effects of a green tea extract, Polyphenon E, on systemic biomarkers of growth factor signalling in women with hormone receptor-negative breast cancer Crew et al., JHND Early View Background Observational and experimental data support a potential breast cancer chemopreventive effect of green tea. Methods We conducted an ancillary study using archived blood/urine from a phase IB … Continue reading Green tea extract and breast cancer
The April 2014 issue of JHND is out now. This is a themed issue on the nutrition of older people and includes the Royal College of Physicians Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party evidence-based guidelines for the nutritional support of patients who have had a stroke.
So, on to the results section of the paper. I have been putting off writing this part of my guide as it is probably the most difficult part of the process to describe. However, when it comes to writing up a research study this is the section that I recommend you write first. The results … Continue reading How to write #6- the results
Validation of a short food frequency questionnaire specific for iodine in UK females of childbearing ageCombet and Lean. JHND Early View.BackgroundWidespread subclinical iodine insufficiency has recently been reported in Europe, based on urinary iodine using World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization criteria, in particular among young women. Although urinary iodine concentration (UIC) is a useful … Continue reading Early view- a FFQ for iodine in women