Accelerometry‐based method for assessing energy expenditure in patients with diabetes during walking Caron et al., JHND Early View Background Monitoring activity‐related energy expenditure (EE) is essential in the management of daily activity and the dietary programme in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) and must be estimated accurately. Accelerometry‐based equations have frequently used to estimate EE, … Continue reading Use of accelerometer methods for estimating energy expenditure during walking
Usual dietary anthocyanin intake, sources and their association with blood pressure in a representative sample of Australian adults Igwe et al., JHND Early View Background Anthocyanins represent an important subgroup of non‐nutritive components of food as evidence continues to build related to their beneficial bioactive effects. Using a recently developed Australian anthocyanin database, the present study … Continue reading Anthocyanin intake is inversely associated with blood pressure in older adults.
Facilitators and barriers to a dietitian‐implemented blended care weight‐loss intervention (SMARTsize): a qualitative study Heideman et al., JHND Early View Background Dietitians play an important role in the intervention and prevention of being overweight and obesity. More and more blended care interventions are being implemented. The present study aimed to evaluate the delivery by Dutch dietitians … Continue reading Facilitators and barriers to a dietitian‐implemented blended care weight‐loss intervention
Coeliac disease in Caucasian and South Asian patients in the North West of England Adam et al., JHND Early View Background Coeliac disease is an autoimmune enteropathy characterised by mucosal inflammation subsequent to gluten exposure, leading to malabsorption. Treatment is strict dietary control, relying on the patient's ability to maintain lifestyle modifications. The present study aimed … Continue reading South Asians in the UK are less compliant with gluten free diets in coeliac disease
Understanding the core principles of a ‘modified ketogenic diet’: a UK and Ireland perspective Martin-McGill et al., Background Many centres across the UK and Ireland anecdotally report using a ‘modified ketogenic diet’ (MKD) as a treatment for refractory epilepsy. Although a MKD is within the spectrum of ketogenic diets (KDs), there is little literature reporting upon … Continue reading Modified ketogenic diet, as used in the UK and Ireland
Dietary intake and lifestyle behaviour in different phenotypes of polycystic ovarian syndrome: a case–control study Amirjani et al., JHND Early View Background The present study aimed to compare dietary intake and lifestyle behaviour in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and healthy women. Methods One hundred and sixty healthy women (partner with male infertility) were recruited … Continue reading Dietary intake and lifestyle behaviour in different phenotypes of polycystic ovarian syndrome
Peptide nutrient‐energy dense enteral feeding in critically ill infants: an observational study Marino et al., JHND Early View Background Enteral feeding is challenging in critically ill infants. Target intakes are often not achieved as a result of fluid restriction, procedural interruptions and perceived enteral feeding intolerance. In those infants perceived to have poor feeding tolerance, … Continue reading Peptide nutrient‐energy dense feeding in infants in PICU is feasible, well tolerated and meets nutritional targets
Diminished quality of life among adolescents with coeliac disease using maladaptive eating behaviours to manage a gluten‐free diet: a cross‐sectional, mixed‐methods study Cadenhead et al., JHND Early View Background Certain approaches to managing a strict gluten‐free diet (GFD) for coeliac disease (CD) may lead to impaired psychosocial well‐being, a diminished quality of life (QOL) and … Continue reading Adolescents with coeliac disease suffer diminished quality of life if managing a gluten free diet using maladaptive behaviours
Impacts of skipping breakfast and late dinner on the incidence of being overweight: a 3‐year retrospective cohort study of men aged 20–49 years Kito et al., JHND Early View Background Most studies on the dietary habits and overweight status of men aged 20–49 years have been cross‐sectional, with longitudinal studies being scarce. One‐quarter of Japanese men aged 20–49 years … Continue reading Skipping breakfast is associated with overweight in men.
Association of vitamin D and vitamin B12 with cognitive impairment in elderly aged 80 years or older: a cross‐sectional study da Rosa et al., JHND Early View Background The present study aimed to assess the association of vitamin D and vitamin B12 with cognitive impairment in elderly people. Methods The data were obtained from a cross‐sectional study that … Continue reading Cognitive decline is association with poor vitamin D and B12 status in older adults.