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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.


Bioavailability of Proteins From Plant Based Diets

The quality of protein intake has an important role within the nutritional needs of people throughout their lives around the world, particularly in developing countries and in particular during pregnancy and early childhood. It is likely that adequate protein reduce by 40% the prevalence of stunting (low height for age) in children under five years, according to World Health Organization data. Uncertainty about the quality of the diet, specifically with reference to quality pro...

Compassion Cultivation Training for Nurses

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of implementing a Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) program for oncology nurses at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. The goal of CCT is to provide a structured and systematic way of cultivating daily-life skills needed to strengthen qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness for oneself and others. CCT typically includes (i) eight weekly 2-hour classes and (ii) daily practice. The in-class activities include ...


Food and Agricultural Approaches to Reducing Malnutrition

The aim of this study is to evaluate the potential of reducing young child undernutrition in low-income countries through an integrated program that trains women's groups in agriculture, nutrition, child care and hygiene.

Women's Work in Agriculture and Infant Nutrition

Background Over the last 10 years there has been an increase in the female agriculture labour force, in Pakistan, resulting in a feminisation of agriculture; which could have either a positive or negative impact on maternal and young child nutrition. It could have a positive impact through increased female wage earnings that improve her bargaining/decision-making power within the household. Women are more likely than men to make pro-nutrition choices with regards to household e...

Intervention Study of Cost-Offset Community Supported Agriculture (CO-CSA)

The purpose of this study is to better understand how participation in cost-subsidized community supported agriculture programs paired with tailored education can affect diet quality and energy balance among children in low-income families.

Effectiveness Study During the First 1,000 Days in Kenya

Malnutrition is a public health problem in Kenya, with 26% of children underfive years of age stunted, and 26% of pre-school children, 26% of women of reproductive age and 42% of pregnant women being anaemic, respectively. Agriculture is the main source of income, food and nutrients for the majority of rural families in Sub-Saharan Africa including Kenya. Most farmers are smallholders and are vulnerable to poor nutrition. Thus far, programmes have mostly focused on increasing y...

Quality of Life and Shared Decision Making in Prostate Cancer

"Life after prostate cancer" is a prospective, population-based, case-control study where all men diagnosed with Prostate cancer (PCa) from 01.01.2017 regardless of age and disease stage are invited to a survey by questionnaire on their health. Men with no history of PCa are identified through the National Registry, matched on age and region of residence, and invited to the survey as controls. Patients and controls who have signed up for an official digital mailbox are invited ...

Diet Eating, and Lifestyle Improvement for Valued Employees and Their Relatives

Food is widely understood as a cornerstone of health, however multiple barriers stand between well-intentioned, well-informed consumers and the adoption of healthier dietary practices. This mixed-methods randomized controlled trial (RCT) will measure the impact of offering a Community Sustained Agriculture (CSA) share as an employee benefit on household food environments (diets), eating behaviors, and lifestyles.

Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT): An Intervention for Caregivers

This study will begin a novel line of research on CCT in Denmark as a preventive intervention for caregivers of people suffering from a mental illness. The primary aim of the study is to investigate the effectiveness of a Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) course on psychological distress of informal caregivers.

Cluster Randomized, Parallel-group, Prospective, Follow-up Effectiveness Study in Kenyan Children 6-35 Months

Malnutrition is a public health problem in Kenya, with 26% of children under-five years of age stunted, and 26% of pre-school children, 26% of women of reproductive age and 42% of pregnant women being anaemic, respectively. Agriculture is the main source of income, food and nutrients for the majority of rural families in Sub-Saharan Africa including Kenya. Most farmers are smallholders and are vulnerable to poor nutrition. Thus far, programmes have mostly focused on increasing ...

Climate Friendly and Ecological Food on Microbiota

The aim of this study is to investigate changes in nutrient intake, the human gut microbiota and pesticide excretion in urine when shifting from conventional food habits to sustainable food habits.

Shifting Perspectives: Augmenting FBT With CRT

Anorexia Nervosa is a serious life-threatening illness with a typical age of onset in adolescence; if not effectively treated, it has the potential to significantly impact adolescent development and quality of life. Research on executive functioning in anorexia nervosa indicates that it may be a viable target for intervention that could improve outcome. The current project focuses on determining whether or not the investigators can improve set-shifting in parents and affected a...

Food Allergen Eliminations and Combined Protocols for Obesity Reduction: a Preliminary Comparison Study

Screened subjects will be tested for hidden food allergies. Subjects will eliminate all food that showed leukocyte reactions for 90-days. Subjects will then also be invited to use the Willis Exercise protocol. Body composition testing and Body Mass Index calculation will be accomplished at enrollment and after completion of the 90-day study.

Impact of a Limitation Section on the Meta-analysis Results' Interpretation

Objective: The investigators aim to evaluate the impact of a " limitations " section in systematic review's abstract on results' interpretation by readers. Design: Randomized ratio 1:1 controlled trial with two parallel arms. Participants will be invited to participate in an online survey. Participants: Eligible participants are corresponding authors of randomized controlled trial published between 2010 and 2012 and referenced in pubmed Intervention: The investigators ...

Developing and Validating Food-based Dietary Guidelines and a Healthy Eating Index

Among several factors contributing to the occurrence of undernutrition, micronutrient deficiencies, overnutrition, and chronic disease, unhealthy diet is one of the most important factors that need to be addressed to tackle the burden in low- and middle-income countries. To maintain healthy eating in a population, it is crucial to develop and implement country-specific food-based dietary guidelines as well as monitor the adherence of the population with the guidelines. The aim ...

Shifting Salty Taste Preferences in Children

The goals of the proposed research are to determine whether repeated exposure to a low sodium food will result in reduced preference for salt in that food among children; and to determine whether such reductions in preference are related to dietary intake of salt, taste receptor genotype, and anthropometric and physiological measures.

Paleolithic Diet in the Treatment of Diabetes Type 2 in Primary Health Care

There is uncertainty about the optimal diet in the prevention and treatment of diabetes type 2. Earlier studies have generally focused on intakes of fat, protein, carbohydrate, fiber, fruit and vegetables. This study is based on another approach which compares foods that were available during human evolution with more recently introduced ones. The basic tenet from evolutionary biology is that if human physiology is less adapted to a relatively recently introduced diet based on ...

Case Review of the Penumbra and Indigo Systems for Mechanical Thrombectomy in the Periphery

The primary objective of this retrospective case review study is to determine the safety and effectiveness of the Penumbra and Indigo Systems for mechanical thrombectomy in a cohort of patients with confirmed peripheral or visceral arterial occlusion or embolus. This is a retrospective, single arm, multi-center trial. Up to 100 patients at up to 10 centers will be enrolled. Angiographic assessment of vessel patency at immediate post-procedure as measured by TIMI scores and proc...

Voices for Food: Food Policy Councils, Food Security and Healthy Food Choices

This study evaluates the effectiveness of coaching and Voices for Food materials on establishing Food Policy Councils (FPCs) and using guided client choice in rural food pantries to improve food security and diet quality among food pantry clients, and to improve the food environment in rural, midwestern food pantries. Half of the communities received coaching and the Voices for Food kit, the other half only received the Voices for Food kit.

Laparoscopy-Assisted Transgastric ERCP

We describe a case of a 57-year-old patient with altered RYGB anatomy, who underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy with a intra-operative cholangiogram showing a stone on the common bile duct. A laparoscopic assisted trans-gastric ERCP was successfully performed. The presentation of the case is presented as well a review of the literature.

A Retrospective Review of Gemcitabine, Methylprednisolone Cisplatin (GEM-P) With or Without Rituximab in Patients With Relapsed/Refractory Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)

There has been considerable international /national interest in the GEM−P regimen for treatment of patients with relapsed/refractory lymphoma. Currently, there is no accepted standard therapy for these patients. Since the publication of our experience with this regimen (Study with CCR ethics number 1857 closed to recruitment in July 2003:Ng M, Waters J, Cunningham D et al, Br J Cancer 2005;92:1352−7), we have treated relapsed/refractory lymphoma patients with this regimen a...

APOA2 Gene, Diet, Inflammation and Gut Health

Nutrients and chemicals in food are able to regulate expression of genetic elements. Gene-nutrient interaction in response to unhealthy diets can increase an individual's risk, shifting the individual from health toward the development of chronic disease. The apolipoprotein A2 (APOA2) gene may either put individuals at risk for or protect from obesity in the presence of certain fats in food. The main purpose of this four-week study is to examine diet induced gene-nutrient inter...

Cognition and Emotion in Meditation: A Comparison Between Mindfulness and Compassion Standardized Programs

The study is aimed at comparing the differential effects of two widely used standardized meditation programs: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) in general population samples. To address this goal, the effects will be measured by self-report questionnaires belonging to different domains (mindfulness, compassion, well-being, psychological distress, and psychological functioning) as well as information processing measures (i.e., A...

Effects of a Diet Based on Inulin-rich Vegetables on Gut Health and Nutritional Behaviour in Healthy Humans

Inulin-type fructans (ITF) are fermentable dietary fibres that can confer beneficial health effects through changes in the gut microbiota. However, their effect on gut sensitivity and nutritional behaviour is a matter of debate. The investigators evaluated, in healthy individuals, the impact of shifting from their usual food habits towards a diet based on the daily consumption of ITF-rich vegetables on gut microbiota, gastro-intestinal symptoms and food-related behaviour.


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