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Does Increased Egg Consumption Have Cognitive and Neural Benefits in Food Insecure, At-risk Adolescents?

Quality nutrient intake is essential for proper development and well-being of children in all aspects of health, including cognitive development. Eggs are of particular interest based on potential cognitive and neurological benefits due in part to significant concentrations of choline and lutein. While overall, choline and lutein have received considerable attention in the literature in relation to cognition and brain function, most studies involving intake in young adults have...


Diet, Nutrient Status, and Food Insecurity

Arkansas has one of the highest rates for food insecurity and 27.7% of children in the University of Arkansas area are food insecure. In addition, more than 14% of children ages 2-4 are obese and 20% of children ages 10-17 are obese. In Northwest Arkansas, the area surrounding the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville (Washington County), the food insecurity rate for adults is 17.9% (an estimated 34,730 individuals) and the food insecurity rate for children under 17 years of a...

Food for Thought: Food Insecurity Screening in the Emergency Department

This study compares food insecurity disclosure rates in face-to-face interviews versus electronic formats, and explores caregiver preferences regarding screening modality and location, in a large, urban pediatric emergency department. Half of the participants were screened for food insecurity verbally, face-to-face by a research assistant, and half of the participants were screened electronically by a tablet.


The Association Between Food Insecurity and Incident Type 2 Diabetes in Canada: A Population-based Cohort Study

A pervasive and persistent finding is the health disadvantage experienced by those in food insecure households. While clear associations have been identified between food insecurity and diabetes risk factors, less is known about the relationship between food insecurity and incident type 2 diabetes. The objective of this study is to investigate the association between household food insecurity and the future development of type 2 diabetes. The investigators used data fro...

A Multilevel Intervention in the Hunger Relief Network to Improve Diet Among Adults Experiencing Food Insecurity

The investigator proposes an evaluation of a randomized, sustainable intervention in 8 intervention and 8 control pantries. We will enroll 272 clients at baseline and follow them for 1 year to assess changes in overall diet quality (the primary outcome).

Pii Ngima: Consequences of Water Insecurity for Maternal and Child Health

This study will implement the validated household-level water insecurity scale developed by study investigators among a cohort of postpartum women in Nyanza, Kenya and will assess a range of outcomes linked to water insecurity, such as viral load, hydration status, maternal depression, stress, food insecurity, and cognitive development.

Food and Nutrition Education in Quilombolas Communities With Food Insecurity: Multi-sector Intervention

To optimize the food security in quilombolas communities with high prevalence of food insecurity and obesity, the present study proposes to test a multi-sector intervention including agriculture sectors, health professionals and family members of communities, based on promotion of traditional food practices, health eating and enforceability of human right to adequate food.

Food Resource Equity and Sustainability for Health

Food insecurity increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and cancer. American Indians (AIs) in Oklahoma are three times as likely as Whites to be food-insecure (21% vs. 7%) and have burdens of obesity (42%), hypertension (38%), and diabetes (15%) that exceed those of the general US population. While individual-level obesity prevention efforts have been implemented with AIs, few environmental interventions to reduce food insecurity and improve fruit and vegetable i...

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The Indiana SNAP-Ed Long-term Study

The goal of the study is to determine the immediate and long-term effects of SNAP-Ed on the food insecurity of the entire household, household adults, and household children. The study also aims to determine if there is a dose-response effect on food security after receiving 4 to 10 FNP lessons and if other characteristics influence the change in food security status.

A Default Option to Enhance Dietary Quality in Participants With Food Insecurity

Food insecurity is associated with an increased risk of overweight/obesity and weight-related chronic illnesses. The availability of a default option (i.e., option a consumer selects if no active choice is made) has been shown to effectively nudge consumer behavior. An online default option (i.e., prefilled grocery shopping cart) was previously shown to positively impact food selection in an online grocery shopping task.The present study provides preliminary evidence for the ef...

PostNAPS: FI, Nutrition, and Psychosocial Health Among Women of Mixed HIV Status and Their Infants in Gulu, Uganda

PostNAPs was a continuation of the PreNAPs study. 246 women were enrolled in the postnatal period with the primary scientific objective of determining whether food insecurity was an independent risk factor for poor maternal nutritional or psychosocial outcomes or for sub-optimal infant feeding practices.

Project Powerfood: Promoting Food Security, Equity, and Health

Project Powerfood is a pilot program aimed at addressing food insecurity and food access in primary care through the implementation of a food prescription program in collaboration with a number of community partners. The objectives of this project are: 1. Implement screening for food insecurity in adult and pediatric primary care practices at Mount Sinai. 2. Provide fresh fruit and vegetable "prescriptions" to be redeemed for farm shares from local partner...

The Addition of Whole Grains to the Diets of Middle-school Children

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that children and adolescents "consume whole-grain products often; at least half the grains should be whole grains." Few, if any studies, examine the benefit of whole grains on the health of adolescents. The purpose of this study is to determine if adolescents eating diets rich in whole grains vs. diets rich in refined grains (i.e., a typical diet) have improved markers of digestive and immune health.

Food Insecurity, Obesity, and Impulsive Food Choice

The objective of this study is to determine the relations among food insecurity status, obesity, and impulsive food choice patterns and to test the extent to which a mindful eating strategy reduces impulsive choice for food. The central hypothesis is that food-insecure individuals will demonstrate more impulsive food choice patterns and demonstrate a greater likelihood of obesity than individuals who are food secure. Two specific aims are proposed: Specific aim #1: Determine t...

Psychological Mechanisms Linking Food Insecurity and Obesity: A Quantitative Pilot Study

The current pilot study will examine emergent hypotheses by investigating the role of psychological mechanisms in the relationship between food insecurity and obesity. This objective will be achieved via a cross-sectional, observational pilot study collecting quantitative data.

Food-related Differences in Human Metabolite Profiles

Many population studies include food questionnaires (recording the normal food intake or the food intake of the study day). This is necessary, because diet is an important lifestyle factor, although food questionnaires are time-consuming and expensive. Moreover, mis-reporting is a very common problem. We therefore seek for a tool to validate food protocol. The hypothesis is to find biochemical marker for animal protein, fruit intake and grape consumption in urinary metab...

Acute Responses to Manipulating Dietary Carbohydrate Content on Free-living Physical Activity Energy Expenditure

Dietary sugar and carbohydrate intakes will be manipulated for 3 days in a randomised crossover design. All food will be provided. Free-living physical activity energy expenditure will be measured using combined heart rate and accelerometry. Metabolic and appetite/mood responses to 3 days on each diet will be measured. Each participant will undergo 3 days of each diet: 1. Moderate sugar - reflecting the composition of a typical European diet 2. Low sugar - similar ...

Nutritional Support for HIV-Tuberculosis Co-infected Adults in Senegal, West Africa

Food insecurity can contribute to poor adherence to both tuberculosis treatment and antiretroviral therapy (ART). Interventions that target food insecurity have the potential to improve treatment adherence and decrease mortality. The goals of this study were to determine the cost, feasibility, acceptability, and potential impact of implementing nutritional support to improve adherence and treatment completion among HIV-TB co-infected adults in the Casamance region of Senegal, W...

Pilot Study on Mixed Nuts and Food Intake

The objectives of this study are 1) to determine if consumption of mixed nuts influences food intake and choice, and 2) to determine how personality traits affect food choice, including mood, stress, tendency to seek approval, tendency toward food cravings, and approach to food intake control.

Food & You: A Healthy Diet Through Algorithms

Food & You is a large-scale citizen science research project in Switzerland. With this project, the researchers want to confirm that individuals respond differently to food, that is, that the blood sugar response (the level of sugar in the blood after a meal) varies among individuals, even after consumption of the same food or beverage. Secondly, the researchers want to develop an algorithm that will predict the individual blood sugar response and provide personalized diet reco...

Mediterranean Diet and the Gut Microbiome

This study will evaluate the impact of a Mediterranean-style diet on microbiome diversity compared to a typical American diet. The study will observe the microbiome composition comparisons in healthy volunteers as well as in patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome with Diarrhea (IBS-D) to see if the consumption of a Mediterranean-style diet has a positive effect on improving symptoms of IBS-D.

Lowering Caloric Density of the Diet

For weight loss to occur, energy intake needs to be reduced to incur an energy deficit. One dietary strategy that may facilitate reducing energy intake and enhancing weight loss is consuming a diet low in dietary energy density (ED). The ED of a given food, defined as the ratio of energy of the food to the weight of the food (kcal/g), is largely determined by water content, but is also affected by fat and fiber. Although the 2010 Dietary Guidelines encourage an eating pattern l...

Fixed Diet Plan and Calorie Counting Diet in Adolescents

Obesity is a chronic illness and multifactorial etiology, related to genetic factors, environmental and behavioral. Features association with several metabolic abnormalities in childhood, leading to increased risk of cardiovascular disease in adult life. The treatment involves lifestyle change, with balanced diet guidance and encouraging physical activity. The treatment in this age group have brought limited data, in addition to high drop-out rates. A unique type of food guidan...

Diet Challenge in G6PD Deficient Egyptian Children: A One- Year Prospective Single Center Study With Genotype - Phenotype Correlation

Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is prevalent and add a burden on families in Egypt and Middle East due to lifelong diet restriction, non-fava beans diet is main food for most families in the region and parents and doctors consider it as a prohibited food whatever the genetic or clinical phenotypes. The effective management is avoiding a spectrum of food and drugs causing oxidative stress. No data is available about the hazards of consumption of non-fava bean...

Impact of BC Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program on Diet Quality and Psychosocial Well-being of Low-income Adults

The British Columbia (BC) Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program (FMNCP) provides low-income households with $21/week in coupons to purchase healthy foods at farmers' markets and supportive nutrition skill-building activities. This randomized controlled trial will assess the impact of the BC FMNCP on the overall diet quality (primary outcome), diet quality subscores, mental well-being, sense of community, experiences of food insecurity, risk of malnutrition (secondary outcome...


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