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    Rhoades, Nicholas
    The human gut is home to trillions of microbial cells whose functions are essential for normal human physiology. However, quantitative linkages between diet and gut microbiome composition are lacking, particularly in post-weaned, pre-pubescent childre . . .
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    Baher, Ferial
    New developments in the area of nutrition and clinical dietetics have increased the need of a local hospital for a diet manual that has been updated and that can be easily understood by all dietary staff involved in preparation of patients' diets. Mos . . .
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    Tanzman, J.
    Background/Objectives: Walnuts have been shown to reduce serum lipids in short-term well-controlled feeding trials. Little information exists on the effect and sustainability of walnut consumption for longer duration in a free-living situation. Subjec . . .
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    Smith, Heather S.
    Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine whether differences exist in eating attitudes and behaviors of vegetarian and nonvegetarian college women. The Eating Attitudes Test (EAT) and a questionnaire were used to gather information on eatin . . .
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    Klopp, Sheree A.
    Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine whether differences exist in eating attitudes and behaviors of vegetarian and nonvegetarian college women. The Eating Attitudes Test (EAT) and a questionnaire were used to gather information on eatin . . .
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    Caldwell, Susan Yang
    The purpose of this study was to establish a Korean- American Diabetic Exchange List based upon the weighted frequency test of food items from the American Diabetic Exchange List and the Korean Diabetic Exchange List. A total of 165 subjects participa . . .
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    Crain, Andrew M.
    Our laboratory recently reported that chronic resistance training (RT) improved insulin-stimulated glucose transport in normal rodent skeletal muscle, owing, in part, to increased GLUT-4 protein concentration (Yaspelkis BB III, Singh MK, Trevino B, Kr . . .
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    Meskin, Mark Stuart
    The vitamin B-12 content of beers regularly available in local retail stores was determined. Eight types and 58 brands of beer were assayed. A microbiological assay employing the protozoan Ochromonas malhamensis was utilized because it is the most sen . . .
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    Goldner, Gabriella Kasirer
    During the past few years, attention has been focused on the aged and their nutritional problems. The public has begun to realize that the elderly have needs and desires comparable to those of other age groups. Researchers and others in the field of g . . .
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    Ellis, Kim B.
    A study was conducted to determine whether patients participating in an alcoholic rehabilitation program had met the Recommended Daily Allowances (RDA) for thiamin in their dietary intake, and whether their dietary intake of thiamin could be associate . . .