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Are Asian foods as "fattening" as western-styled fast foods?

In Asia, the consumption of western-styled fast foods is widely perceived as the cause of the rise in obesity and chronic disease. Twenty-five of the most popular local Asian foods were compared for energy, total fat, saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol with twenty-nine western-styled fast foods. The comparative analysis showed no significant difference in energy (p = 0.150) and total fat (p = 0.346) between the two food categories. These findings suggest that many local Asian foods contribute as...


Unhealthy foods taste better among children with lower self-control.

Self-control is important for healthy eating. Achieving and maintaining healthy eating behaviors can be challenging for children. Susceptibility to palatable unhealthy foods with high sugar, fat, and/or salt is a biologically predisposed, dominant response that can hinder healthy eating decisions. Self-control can help adults to build automatized strategies for resisting susceptibility to unhealthy foods. Likewise, if self-control helps children to learn strategies for resisting susceptibility to unhealthy ...

Attitudes Towards Functional Foods Scale: Psychometric Proprieties and Adaptation for Use Among Adolescents.

Functional foods are those that promote health and well-being and/or decrease the risk of certain chronic diseases. It is known that young people' knowledge about functional foods is low. The aim of this study is to assess the psychometric proprieties of the "Attitudes towards Functional Foods Scale" in a sample of adolescents and, based on that analysis, adapting the scale for its use among this population group.


Challenges in Recovering Foodborne Pathogens from Low-Water-Activity Foods.

There are numerous obstacles to the detection of foodborne pathogens in foods that exhibit a low water activity (a). These obstacles include the presence of antimicrobial compounds, particulates, PCR inhibitors, and fatty matrices. New approaches should be sought to increase the sensitivity of pathogen testing in low-a foods and to overcome the effects of various inhibitors and antimicrobials. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other laboratories are working toward this goal. This review will address...

Extensive review of popular functional foods and nutraceuticals against obesity and its related complications with a special focus on randomized clinical trials.

Obesity is a multifactorial chronic disease or syndrome mainly caused by an imbalance in energy expenditure and intake. Obesity and its associated complications make it the fifth leading cause of global mortality. The benefits of the current anti-obesity treatment regimen have been marked by high cost and numerous adverse effects. Therefore, many researchers focus on plant-derived/natural products or altered dietary patterns for the management of obesity and its related complications (co-morbidities). Sever...

Evaluation of consumption of food and predictors of cardiovascular risk in hypertensive protectors of the State of Alagoas, Brazil.

The present article aimed to evaluate the consumption of protective foods and predictors of cardiovascular (CV) risk and its relationship with cardiovascular risk factors (CVRF) by hypertensive individuals in the state of Alagoas. A population-based cross-sectional study was carried out from 2013 to 2016 with 655 hypertensive adults of both sexes. Food consumption was assessed by a validated food frequency questionnaire with measurements converted to scores and the foods were divided into three groups: I - ...

The Science of Salt: A global review on changes in sodium levels in foods.

This review aims to summarize and synthesize studies reporting on changes in sodium levels in packaged food products, restaurant foods, and hospital or school meals, as a result of salt reduction interventions. Studies were extracted from those published in the Science of Salt Weekly between June 2013 and February 2018. Twenty-four studies were identified: 17 assessed the changes in packaged foods, four in restaurant foods, two in hospital or school meals, and one in both packaged and restaurant foods. Thre...

Content of Brazilian supermarket circulars do not reflect national dietary guidelines.

Previous research on foods advertised in supermarket circulars revealed that advertisement for foods at promotional prices influence food choices and shopping behaviour, but no paper reporting the Latin American context was identified. Furthermore, most studies only assessed the products advertised on the front pages and not in the entire circulars. This paper quantifies and categorizes, according to level of processing, the foods advertised in circulars from four Brazilian supermarket chains in order to as...

Oral Immunotherapy for Multiple Foods in a Pediatric Allergy Clinic Setting.

The rising incidence of pediatric food allergy results in significant health care burden and family stress. Oral immunotherapy (OIT) has been shown to induce tolerance to peanut, milk and egg. OIT for other foods, particularly multiple foods simultaneously, has not been thoroughly studied.

Foods from Mayan Communities of Yucatán as Nutritional Alternative for Diabetes Prevention.

The increase in the prevalence of diabetes has become a severe problem around the world; mainly affect indigenous communities as the Mayan of Yucatán in Mexico. Because of the high rates of poverty and insufficient health services in this ethnic group, inexpensiveness and accessible treatments are necessary. Some plant foods grown in traditional Mayan agricultural systems have antidiabetic potential. Our objective was to present a review of plant foods with nutritional alternative for diabetes prevention f...

Determination and evaluation of in vitro bioaccessibility of the pyridoxal, pyridoxine, and pyridoxamine forms of vitamin B in cereal-based baby foods.

The bioavailability of the pyridoxal (PL), pyridoxine (PN), and pyridoxamine (PM) forms of vitamin B is different, considering that their bioaccessibility in baby foods is important for infant and young children's nutrition. The aim of this study was to determine and evaluate the bioaccessibility of the PL, PN, and PM forms of vitamin B in cereal-based baby foods an in vitro digestive system. In this study, the PL, PN, and PM forms of vitamin B were determined using HPLC in 13 cereal-based baby foods. The a...

Foods Distributed During Federal Disaster Relief Response in Puerto Rico After Hurricane María Did Not Fully Meet Federal Nutrition Recommendations.

Emergency foods distributed during a federal disaster relief response must follow the federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans according to the 1990 National Nutrition Monitoring Related Research Act. Nutrition information about emergency foods for household distribution is scarce.

Processed and ultra-processed foods are associated with high prevalence of inadequate selenium intake and low prevalence of vitamin B1 and zinc inadequacy in adolescents from public schools in an urban area of northeastern Brazil.

Changes in eating behavior of adolescents are associated with high consumption of processed and ultra-processed foods. This study evaluated the association between these foods and the prevalence of inadequate micronutrient intake in adolescents. A cross-sectional study was conducted with 444 adolescents from public schools in the city of Natal, northeastern Brazil. The adolescents' habitual food consumption was evaluated using two 24-hour dietary recalls. Foods were categorized according to the degree of pr...

Homologous tropomyosins from vertebrate and invertebrate: recombinant calibrator proteins in functional biological assays for tropomyosin allergenicity assessment of novel animal foods.

Novel foods may provide new protein sources for a growing world population but entail risks of unexpected food-allergic reactions. No guidance on allergenicity assessment of novel foods exists, while for genetically modified (GM) crops it includes, i.a., comparison of sequence identity with known allergens, digestibility tests and IgE serum screening.

Framing the discussion of microorganisms as a facet of social equity in human health.

What do "microbes" have to do with social equity? These microorganisms are integral to our health, that of our natural environment, and even the "health" of the environments we build. The loss, gain, and retention of microorganisms-their flow between humans and the environment-can greatly impact our health. It is well-known that inequalities in access to perinatal care, healthy foods, quality housing, and the natural environment can create and arise from social inequality. Here, we focus on the argument tha...

Natural Hydrogels Applied in Photodynamic Therapy.

Natural hydrogels are three-dimensional (3D) water-retaining materials with a skeleton consisting of natural polymers, their derivatives or mixtures. Natural hydrogels can provide sustained or controlled drug release and possess some unique properties of natural polymers, such as biodegradability, biocompatibility and some additional functions such as CD44 targeting of hyaluronic acid. Natural hydrogels can be used with photosensitizers (PSs) in photodynamic therapy (PDT) to increase the range of applicatio...

One hundred years of neurosurgery at the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University (1919-2019).

The Department of Neurosurgery at the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019. It was founded by C. C. Coleman, who directed the US Army School of Brain Surgery during World War I and was one of the original members of the Society of Neurological Surgeons. Coleman began a residency program that was among the first four such programs in the United States and that produced such prominent graduates as Frank Mayfield, Gayle Crutchfield, and Joh...

A Pseudo-Mastication Sound Presentation Device to Improve the Texture of Nursing Care Foods.

The texture of foods is affected by concurrent auditory sensations. To improve the texture of nursing care foods, we developed a pseudo-mastication sound presentation device based on electromyogram (EMG) signals from the muscles of mastication. EMG signals have enabled us to promptly present care recipients with pseudo-mastication sounds. However, actual mastication sounds vary in intensity and duration more than EMG signals. Here we investigated changes in EMG signals and actual mastication sounds during t...

Pomegranate peel as phenolic compounds source: Advanced analytical strategies and practical use in meat products.

The growing demand for natural food preservatives has promoted investigations on their application for preserving perishable foods. Consequently, the meat market is demanding natural antioxidants, free of synthetic additives and able to diminish the oxidation processes in high-fat meat and meat products. In this context, the present review discuss the development of healthier and shelf stable meat products by the successful use of pomegranate peel extracts containing phenolics as natural preservative agent ...

Mothers' experiences with complementary feeding: Conventional and baby-led approaches.

Lifelong eating behaviours are shaped in infancy with the introduction of solid foods (complementary feeding). A conventional approach to complementary feeding, encompassing spoon feeding of pureed foods, has long been the standard. Baby-led weaning is a contemporary approach whereby the infant is encouraged to choose what and how much they eat. Mothers navigate decisions about what and how to introduce foods to their infant in diverse ways. This study set out to explore the complementary feeding approaches...

A whole-food, plant-based nutrition program: Evaluation of cardiovascular outcomes and exploration of food choices determinants.

An ideal diet to prevent cardiovascular diseases contains an unlimited intake of various plant foods and a reduced intake of animal and highly processed foods. Researchers have reported that nutrition education programs that prioritize whole-plant foods effectively contribute to the prevention of unhealthy cardiovascular outcomes. We examined whether a 12-wk nutrition education program in adults from Montreal (Quebec, Canada) with at least one risk factor of cardiovascular disease was effective in modifying...

Using repeated exposure through hands-on cooking to increase CHILDREN'S preferences for fruits and vegetables.

Few children in the United States meet national fruit and vegetable intake recommendations, highlighting a need for interventions. Children's food preferences act as a barrier to fruit and vegetable consumption, but prior research has demonstrated that repeated taste exposures can increase children's acceptance of these foods. Prior research in this area has typically utilized controlled procedures in which children sample small tastes of target foods over repeated occasions. The primary aim of the present ...

Blunted leptin sensitivity during hedonic overeating can be reinstated by activating galanin 2 receptors (Gal2R) in the lateral hypothalamus.

Since foods with high hedonic value are often consumed in excess of energetic needs, this study was designed to identify the mechanisms that may counter anorexigenic signalling in the presence of hedonic foods in lean animals.

Associated factors with early introduction of ultra-processed foods in feeding of children under two years old.

To verify the association of maternal and anthropometric factors with consumption of ultra-processed foods in children between 4 to 24 months.

Development of dual priming oligonucleotide-polymerase chain reaction (DPO-PCR) for detection of wheat component in foods.

This research is aimed to establish a DPO-PCR method for rapid detection of wheat component in foods. A pair of highly specific DPO primers was designed using the wheat housekeeping gene GAG56D as the target gene. By optimizing the PCR reaction system, the DPO-PCR detection method for wheat component in food was established, and the specificity and sensitivity of the method were determined. The established DPO-PCR method was highly specific, and there was no cross-reactivity to 22 control samples. The sensi...


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