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Does the addition of ingredients affect mercury and cadmium bioaccessibility in seafood-based meals?

Despite the bioaccessibility of nutrients and contaminants present in individual seafood products has been thoroughly studied, information is extremely limited in what concerns complete seafood-based meals, where interactions between ingredients may occur. Hence, this study aimed to evaluate the effect of different ingredients and cooking processes in mercury (Hg) and cadmium (Cd) bioaccessibility in complete meals of tuna (Thunnus spp.) and edible crab (Cancer pagurus), respectively. The addition of ingred...


A Mobile Phone App for the Provision of Personalized Food-Based Information in an Eating-Out Situation: Development and Initial Evaluation.

Increasing pressure from governments, public health bodies, and consumers is driving a need for increased food-based information provision in eating-out situations. Meals eaten outside the home are known to be less healthy than meals eaten at home, and consumers can complain of poor information on the health impact and allergen content of meals eaten out.

Calorie and Nutrient Profile of Combination Meals at U.S. Fast Food and Fast Casual Restaurants.

The nutrient profile of combination meals in large chain restaurants is not well understood.


Eating meals with parents is associated with better quality of diet for Brazilian adolescents.

The objective was to investigate how often Brazilian adolescents eat meals with their parents and verify the association between this habit and quality of the diet. Data were from the Brazilian National Survey of School Health (PeNSE-2015). The sample consisted of adolescents enrolled in the ninth grade in public and private schools, ranging in age from 11 to 19 years. The target exposure was eating meals with parents (0-4 and ≥ 5 days/week) and the outcomes were frequent consumption (≥ 5 days/week) of ...

A Salisbury steak is not a steak, it's ground beef. The significance, messages and symbolism of final meals on death row.

The last meal on death row is a person's very last opportunity to eat. It marks the upcoming execution of that person. Therefore these meals represent meaning, symbolism and paradoxes, especially since inmates are free to choose what their last supper will consist of. By connecting investigated last meals in the 20th century from different states in the USA with several theoretical ideas, an attempt is made to shed light on the significance of this meal. Concepts like commensality, agency, power relations a...

Quality of Meals Consumed by US Adults at Full-Service and Fast-Food Restaurants, 2003-2016: Persistent Low Quality and Widening Disparities.

Meals from full-service restaurants (FS) and fast-food restaurants (FF) are an integral part of US diets, but current levels and trends in consumption, healthfulness, and related sociodemographic disparities are not well characterized.

Meal timing, meal frequency, and breakfast skipping in adult individuals with type 1 diabetes - associations with glycaemic control.

We assessed meal timing, meal frequency, and breakfast consumption habits of adult individuals with type 1 diabetes (n = 1007) taking part in the Finnish Diabetic Nephropathy Study, and studied whether they are associated with glycaemic control. Data on dietary intake and blood glucose measurements were retrieved from food records. HbA was measured at the study visit. In the whole sample, four peaks of energy intake emerged. Energy intake was the greatest in the evening, followed by midday. Altogether 7...

Meal planning by high and low health conscious individuals during a simulated shop in the supermarket: A mixed methods study.

Planning is an essential component of home meal preparation. While level of health consciousness permeates both activities, this relationship is underexplored in the scientific literature. Using a mixed-methods convergent parallel design this study identified the reasoning behind meal planning and compared the characteristics of meals planned by high and low health-conscious adults during a simulated shopping task in a supermarket store. Participants were assigned a task where they were asked to choose ingr...

Evaluating the Effect of a Home-Delivered Meals Service on the Physical and Psychological Wellbeing of a UK Population of Older Adults - A Pilot and Feasibility Study.

We evaluated the effectiveness of a 3-week, daily meal provision service by a non-profit provider on the physical and psychological wellbeing of an older adult population. We further examined the feasibility of carrying out such measures in participant's homes. 19 older adult participants (8M, 11F; 78.3 ± 8.7 years) received 3 meals per day for 21 days and supplemented these meals . Risk of malnutrition (Mini Nutritional Assessment; MNA) body composition, blood pressure, handgrip strength, balance,...

Tenebrio molitor and Zophobas morio full-fat meals as functional feed additives affect broiler chickens' growth performance and immune system traits.

This study was conducted to investigate the effect of insect full-fat meals (Tenebrio molitor and Zophobas morio larvae), added "on top" of a complete diet or calculated into diets, on the growth performance, selected blood, and immune system traits of broiler chickens. 1,000 one-day-old female Ross 308 broiler chicks were used in 2 independent experiments. In the first trial, the birds were randomly assigned to 6 treatments, 10 replicate pens per treatment, and 10 birds per pen, i.e., negative control; pos...

Even meat lovers go veggie when plant-heavy meals abound.

Understanding children's healthiness and hedonic perception of school meals via structured sorting.

Trends in the prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity in Europe and especially in Spain have continuously increased in the last three decades. The aim of this work was to study the healthiness understanding (healthy and unhealthy food) in children with different ages and to evaluate liking towards a set of school meals: first courses, second courses and fruit/dessert. Two hundred and seventy-seven children between the ages of six and twelve from three primary schools in northern Spain, Bizkaia, took ...

Postprandial Regulation of Prouroguanylin in humans of a Healthy Weight and those who are Overweight or with Obesity.

Uroguanylin is a peptide gut hormone proposed to have a role in signalling post meal satiety. Uroguanylin circulates as its pro-hormone, prouroguanylin. There has been limited investigation of the regulation of prouroguanylin by food; therefore we investigated prouroguanylin regulation following meals. In separate experiments we investigated the effects of high calorie (1451 kcal) and medium calorie (725 kcal), high fat meals, on plasma prouroguanylin concentrations. We then examined the effect of a 722...

Host Associations Of Biting Midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae: ) Near Sentinel Chicken Surveillance Locations In Florida, USA.

Quantifying host use is important for understanding transmission of vector-borne pathogens. Despite the importance of biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in pathogen transmission, the vector-host relationships of most species are poorly documented, even in locations where active arbovirus surveillance is conducted. Polymerase chain reaction-based blood-meal analysis was performed on 663 blood-engorged females collected by 7 Florida mosquito control districts at 24 sentinel chicken arbovirus surveilla...

Amino acid composition and digestible amino acid content in animal protein by-product meals fed to growing pigs1.

An industry survey and animal experiment were conducted to evaluate the amino acid (AA) compositional variability and standardized ileal digestibility (SID) of AA in animal protein by-products fed to growing pigs. Animal protein by-product meals (212) were categorized into 8 groupings (blood meal, chicken by-product meal, chicken meal, feather meal, meat and bone meal, meat meal, poultry by-product meal, and poultry meal) and analyzed for total AA. Amino acid analysis among (e.g., Lys in blood meal averaged...

Canned food intake and urinary bisphenol a concentrations: a randomized crossover intervention study.

Bisphenol A (BPA) is an endocrine disruptor. To evaluate the effect of canned food consumption on internal BPA dose, urinary BPA concentrations were measured before and after intake of canned foods. This study applied a randomized crossover design, recruited 20 healthy volunteers, and divided them into two groups. One group consumed canned food; the other group consumed fresh food. After a 1-day washout, the dietary interventions were reversed. In each period, urine samples were collected immediately before...

Qualitative analysis of the Meals, Mindfulness, & Moving Forward (M ) lifestyle programme: Cultivating a 'safe space' to start on a 'new path' for youth with early episode psychosis.

The Meals, Mindfulness, & Moving Forward (M ) programme included nutrition education, hands-on cooking classes, mindfulness meditation practice, physical activities and facilitated group sharing. M was designed as a supplement to standard care for youths (age 15-25 years) with first-episode psychosis (FEP) who were clients of coordinated specialty care teams. M 's primary aim was feasibility by demonstrating high programme attendance; secondary aims included cardiometabolic measures. Data collection inclu...

Portioning meat and vegetables in four different out of home settings: A win-win for guests, chefs and the planet.

Individuals increasingly consume their meals away from home. This article describes a series of studies that examined the effects of meals with reduced amounts of meat and increased amounts of vegetables on food consumption, waste and guest satisfaction in four real-life restaurant settings in the Netherlands: an a-la-carte restaurant, six company canteens, a self-service restaurant, and a buffet restaurant, including nearly 1500 participants in total. The four studies in these four different out of home se...

Unwrapping nutrition: Exploring the impact of hospital food and beverage packaging on plate waste/intake in older people.

Food and beverage packaging is increasingly used in hospital food service provision. Previous research has identified that the packaging used in New South Wales hospitals can be difficult to open by older adults. As older adults experience high rates of malnutrition, it is important to understand the effects of packaging on actual consumption of food and fluids. The aim of this study was to explore the impact of hospital food and beverage packaging on dietary intakes of 62 independently living older people ...

Effective elements of home-delivered meal services to improve energy and protein intake: A systematic review.

Home-delivered meal services are an example of a nutritional intervention in the home setting developed to enhance dietary intake and contribute to the independence of especially older adults. There is a lack of evidence about the contribution of specific elements of any home-delivered meal service on the improved outcomes. Therefore, a systematic review was performed to evaluate which elements of home-delivered meal services are effective to improve energy and protein intake, nutritional status, functional...

Brassica napus and Brassica juncea extruded-expelled cake and solvent-extracted meal as feedstuffs for laying hens: Lay performance, egg quality, and nutrient digestibility.

Two experiments evaluated feeding Brassica (B.) napus (canola) or B. juncea co-products to brown-shelled egg laying hens. In Exp. 1, diets including 20% B. napus or B. juncea extruded-expelled cakes (NC, JC) or solvent-extracted meals (NM, JM) compared to a control diet with no Brassica co-products, were fed to 120 hens (4 hens/cage, n = 6) for 36 wk. In Exp. 2, DM, gross energy, CP and amino acid (AA) retention/digestibility was determined by feeding diets containing 30% B. napus or B. juncea cakes or meal...

Analysis of the diet in a Spanish prison and the level of perception in a sample of prisoners.

An analysis is carried out of the diet provided at the Quatre Camins prison (Barcelona), where meals were modified in the first quarter of 2017 to provide a healthier diet.

Shotgun lipidomics discovered diurnal regulation of lipid metabolism linked to insulin sensitivity in non-diabetic men.

Meal timing affects metabolic homeostasis and body weight, but how composition and timing of meals affect plasma lipidomics in humans is not well studied.

Colonization and Maintenance of and From the Republic Of Korea.

The Hyrcanus Group in the Republic of Korea (ROK) consists of 5 morphologically indistinct species that can only be identified with certainty by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). A total of 86 bloodfed spp. were collected from a cow barn located in the village of Tongilchon near the demilitarized zone in the ROK on June 13, 2016, and sent to the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences in Bangkok, Thailand, where they were identified to species by PCR. The 1st shipment contained 15 and 37 fema...

Higher eating frequency, but not skipping breakfast, is associated with higher odds of abdominal obesity in adults living in Puerto Rico.

Puerto Ricans have a high prevalence of obesity, yet little information is available regarding its association with eating patterns in this population. We hypothesized that higher eating frequency and skipping breakfast would be associated with increased odds of abdominal obesity among adults living in Puerto Rico (PR). In a cross-sectional study of adults living in PR aged 30-75 years (N = 310), participants reported their frequency of eating meals per day including snacks and breakfast. Trained interv...


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