• By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    STANDARDISED SURVIVAL AND EXCESS LIFE YEARS LOST IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 3 INTESTINAL FAILURE

    Long term outcomes have been reported in home parenteral nutrition -dependent patients with type 3 intestinal failure , but there are...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    EFFECTS OF WEIGHT LOSS THROUGH LIFESTYLE CHANGES ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE PATIENTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    The effects of calorie restriction and physical activity on autonomic regulation and cardiac vagal control in overweight and obese...

    Overweight, Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    EARLY HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA IN CRITICALLY ILL CHILDREN AND THE EFFECT OF PARENTERAL NUTRITION: A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF THE PEPANIC RCT

    Hypophosphatemia during critical illness has been associated with adverse outcome. The reintroduction of enteral or parenteral nutrition,...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    HANDGRIP STRENGTH MEASUREMENT PROTOCOLS FOR ALL-CAUSE AND CAUSE-SPECIFIC MORTALITY OUTCOMES IN MORE THAN 3 MILLION PARTICIPANTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-REGRESSION ANALYSIS

    Handgrip strength is a strong predictor of the risk of mortality. The objective of this systematic review was to analyse handgrip strength...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    INFLUENCE OF THE TYPE OF ELECTRODES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF BODY COMPOSITION BY BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS IN THE SUPINE POSITION

    The main source of error in body composition assessment of bedridden patients by bioelectrical impedance analysis is the electrode...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CIRCULATING DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID AND LUNG CANCER: A MENDELIAN RANDOMIZATION STUDY

    Lung cancer is a malignant tumor with a high incidence, it is vital to identify modifiable and avoidable risk factors for primary prevention,...

    Tumors, Cancer
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    SARCOPENIC OBESITY VERSUS SARCOPENIA ALONE WITH THE USE OF PROBABLE SARCOPENIA DEFINITION FOR SARCOPENIA: ASSOCIATIONS WITH FRAILTY AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE

    Ageing brings alterations in body composition, as skeletal muscle gradually declines and accumulation of adipose tissue accompanies...

    Obesity
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    FISH CONSUMPTION, OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID INTAKE, AND RISK OF PAIN: THE SENIORS-ENRICA-1 COHORT

    Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory and analgesic actions. However, the relation of habitual omega-3 fatty acid intake and fish...

    Senior, Food
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    METABOLIC PROFILES OF ULTRA-PROCESSED FOOD CONSUMPTION AND THEIR ROLE IN OBESITY RISK IN BRITISH CHILDREN

    Higher consumption of ultra-processed foods has been associated with childhood obesity, but underlying mechanisms remain unclear. We...

    Obesity, Food
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    CA: MG RATIO, MEDIUM-CHAIN FATTY ACIDS, AND THE GUT MICROBIOME

    Ketogenic medium-chain-fatty acids with profound health benefits are commonly found in dairy products, palm kernel oil and coconut...

    Magnesium
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    NUTRITION SUPPORT PRACTICES ACROSS THE CARE CONTINUUM IN A SINGLE CENTRE CRITICAL CARE UNIT DURING THE FIRST SURGE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC - A COMPARISON OF VV-ECMO AND NON-ECMO PATIENTS

    Critically ill patients with COVID-19 are at high nutrition risk. This study aimed to describe the nutrition support practices in a...

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    GLIM IN NURSING HOMES; PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS

    Only very few papers have described malnutrition prevalence rates according to the Global Leadership in Malnutrition criteria in nursing...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    THE EFFECTS OF ARONIA BERRY POLYPHENOL SUPPLEMENTATION ON ARTERIAL FUNCTION AND THE GUT MICROBIOME IN MIDDLE AGED MEN AND WOMEN: RESULTS FROM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Berry phenol consumption has been associated with cardioprotective benefits, however little is known on the role the gut microbiome...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    THE ROLE OF PROTEIN INTAKE IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EGG CONSUMPTION AND BODY COMPOSITION IN YOUNG ADULTS. A MEDIATION ANALYSIS

    To date, the literature examining the effects of whole-egg consumption on health outcomes focuses primarily on cardiovascular health...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    EDITORIAL BOARD

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    ASSOCIATION OF NITROGEN BALANCE TRAJECTORIES WITH CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY ILL COVID-19 PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

    The intensity and duration of the catabolic phase in COVID-19 patients can differ between survivors and non-survivors. The purpose...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    LETTER IN REPLY TO CATIKKAS ET AL. CLIN NUTR 2022 DOI: 10.1016/J.CLNU.2022.07.014: THE USEFULNESS OF GLIM CRITERIA TO GUIDE NUTRITIONAL TREATMENT NEEDS FURTHER STUDY

    Nutrition
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    RECENT FINDINGS IN AKKERMANSIA MUCINIPHILA-REGULATED METABOLISM AND ITS ROLE IN INTESTINAL DISEASES

    The mammalian gastrointestinal tract is colonized with a majority of gut microbes, affecting host metabolism and homeostasis. Gut microbiota...

  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    DIETS DIFFERING IN CARBOHYDRATE CELLULARITY AND AMOUNT SIMILARLY REDUCED VISCERAL FAT IN PEOPLE WITH OBESITY - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

    Visceral adipose tissue volume is associated with common lifestyle diseases. Dietary quality, including food matrix and degree of carbohydrate...

    Food, Obesity, Diet
  • By Clinical Nutrition   -   Sep 26, 2022

    REPLY - LETTER TO THE EDITOR “COMMENT ON GUT MICROBIOTA IS ASSOCIATED WITH METABOLIC HEALTH IN CHILDREN WITH OBESITY”

    Obesity