Alissa et al., JHND Early View Background The present study aimed to investigate levels of nutrient intakes, including dietary antioxidant quality (DAQ) score, among Saudi females with and without knee osteoarthritis (OA). We also aimed to examine the relationship between nutrient intakes and knee OA severity. Methods One hundred female participants with symptomatic primary knee OA … Continue reading Dietary intake of fatty acids and antioxidants in relation to radiographic knee osteoarthritis
Kaya et al., JHND Early View Background The present study investigated the effects of fat‐protein (CFP) counting in addition to carbohydrate (CARB) counting for calculating prandial insulin dosage on blood glucose profile in patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D) on basal‐bolus insulin therapy. Methods In this single centre, cross‐over, randomised, controlled study, control meal (SM: standard … Continue reading Does meal‐time insulin dosing based on fat‐protein counting give positive results in postprandial glycaemic profile after a high protein‐fat meal in adolescents with type 1 diabetes
Beatty et al., JHND Early View Background Eating rate (ER), comprising the amount of food consumed per unit of time, is associated with obesity and energy intake (EI). Methods The present study tested whether adding a self‐monitoring wearable device to a multifaceted 8‐week weight loss intervention increased weight loss. In addition, the device's effect on … Continue reading Adding a self‐monitoring wearable device to a multifaceted weight loss programme: lack of efficacy.
Murphy et al., JHND Early View Background Despite policy guidance and quality standards, the majority of older adults with or at risk of malnutrition living in the community still remain under‐detected and under‐treated by health and social care professionals. The present study aimed to evaluate the concurrent validity of the Patients Association Nutrition Checklist against the … Continue reading Identifying older people at risk of malnutrition and treatment in the community
Weynants et al., JHND Early View Background Short‐term trials with a low‐FODMAP (fermentable oligosaccharides disaccharides monosaccharides and polyols) diet (LFD) show promising results in the symptomatic management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The present study investigated the long‐term adherence to an LFD diet, factors associated with adherence, and associations between LFD and quality of life (QOL), … Continue reading Factors determining adherence to a low FODMAP diet.
Bezerra et al., JHND Early View Background Vitamin A deficiency is still considered to be a nutritional problem during pregnancy, lactation and early childhood. The present study aimed to assess the vitamin A status of women and their newborns in the Brazilian Northeast and to determine the association between retinol in the maternal serum, umbilical cord … Continue reading Maternal and newborn infant retinol status are influenced by maternal age, parity and education.
Kendel Jovanovic et al., JHND Early View Background Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is a global public health concern, although its association with the inflammatory potential of the diet is still indefinite. The main objective of the present study was to investigate the association of MetS and its components with the inflammatory potential of the diet in a … Continue reading Association between a pro-inflammatory diet and metabolic syndrome
Gholmie et al., JHND Early View Background Soya lecithin is present in a wide variety of foods regularly consumed by children, in the form of an emulsifier or stabiliser. Children with non‐immunoglobulin (Ig)E‐mediated allergies who commonly have to avoid milk and soya will have a significantly restrictive diet with reduced alternative foods if soya lecithin also … Continue reading Soya lecithin is tolerated in children with non-IgE-mediated soya allergy
Anjo et al., JHND Early View Background Dehydration appears to affect muscle strength and weakness, although its influence on exhaustion remains unclear. The present study aimed to quantify the association between hydration status and exhaustion among older adults. Methods A cluster sampling approach was used, representing Portuguese older adults (≥65 years) according to age, sex, education level … Continue reading Are hypohydrated older adults at increased risk of exhaustion?
From January 2020, the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics will be offering authors the opportunity to publish a graphical abstract with their work, as an adjunct to the standard text abstract. Graphical abstracts are pictorial summaries of the main findings of a paper, which present the content of the article for readers at a … Continue reading Introducing Graphical Abstracts