High-intensity training is associated with higher energy density food consumption in sedentary adults

Impact of different exercise training modalities on energy and nutrient intake and food consumption in sedentary middle‐aged adults: a randomised controlled trial Jurado-Fasoli et al., JHND Early View Background Exercise could influence energy and macronutrient intake, which could have an important role on body composition changes in response to exercise. The present study aimed to investigate … Continue reading High-intensity training is associated with higher energy density food consumption in sedentary adults

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Lower risk of blockage, but no difference in bacterial contamination, using wider bore enteral feeding tubes.

  A laboratory‐based evaluation of tube blocking and microbial risks associated with one blended enteral feed recipe Madden et al., JHND Early View Background Concerns associated with blended enteral feeds include the risk of blocked tubes and microbial contamination, although the available evidence is limited. The present laboratory‐based investigation aimed to examine these risks in a blended … Continue reading Lower risk of blockage, but no difference in bacterial contamination, using wider bore enteral feeding tubes.

Home delivered meals have a positive impact on nutrition in older adults

The impact of home‐delivered meal services on the nutritional intake of community living older adults: a systematic literature review Walton et al., JHND Early View  Background There is a global increase in populations aged over 65 years. Physiological changes that occur during ageing may increase the nutritional risk for older adults. To avoid malnutrition and address some … Continue reading Home delivered meals have a positive impact on nutrition in older adults