Read the Connection: Obesity and Nutrition
In recognition of March being National Nutrition Month®, the editors of
are highlighting several articles that discuss the connection between obesity and nutrition.
Click on the links below to read more.
Effect of Plain Versus Sugar-Sweetened Breakfast on Energy Balance and Metabolic Health: A Randomized Crossover Trial
Hyper-Palatable Foods: Development of a Quantitative Definition and Application to the US Food System Database
Protein Leverage: Theoretical Foundations and Ten Points of Clarification
Early Time-Restricted Feeding Reduces Appetite and Increases Fat Oxidation But Does Not Affect Energy Expenditure in Humans
Differential Effects of Alternate-Day Fasting Versus Daily Calorie Restriction on Insulin Resistance
Meal-Concurrent Media Use is Associated with Increased Dietary Intake with No Evidence of Next Meal Compensation in Free-Living Adults
The Potential Role of Protein Leverage in the US Obesity Epidemic
Glucose and Lipid Homeostasis and Inflammation in Humans Following an Isocaloric Ketogenic Diet
Mediterranean Versus Western Diet Effects on Caloric Intake, Obesity, Metabolism, and Hepatosteatosis in Nonhuman Primates
Abdominal Fat in Individuals with Overweight Reduced by Consumption of a 1975 Japanese Diet: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Six Weeks of Morning Fasting Causes Little Adaptation of Metabolic or Appetite Responses to Feeding in Adults with Obesity
Increased Diet Quality is Associated with Long-Term Reduction of Abdominal and Pericardial Fat
Is Doctor Referral to a Low-Energy Total Diet Replacement Program Cost-Effective for the Routine Treatment of Obesity?
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