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- Children's food products provide poor nutritional quality - 3.2
- Apple juice improves behavior but not cognition in Alzheimer's disease patients - 2.8
- US children eating more and more frequently outside home - 2.3
- Organic food not nutritionally superior than conventional - 2.3
- Weight loss increases libido in obese - 2.2
- Fast food menus with calorie information lead to lower calorie selection - 2.2
- Cafeteria diet increases stroke risk - 2.1
- Genetically modified carrots provide more calcium for osteoporosis patients - 2

Nutritional articles

Weight loss increases libido in obese
Modest weight loss and diet of high nutritional quality improves erectile function, sexual desire and lowers urinary tract symptoms in obese men with type 2 diabetes. This is evidenced in a new study.

US children eating more and more frequently outside home
As childhood obesity rises and the American diet shifts towards increasing consumption of foods eaten or prepared outside of the home, concerns about the nutritional quality and the total consumption of such foods are also increasing.

Dietary supplements discouraged for prostate cancer patients
Prostate-specific dietary supplements should not be taken during radiation therapy treatments because they have been shown to increase the radiosensitivity of normal prostate cell lines, leading to normal tissue complications.

Boost brain power with oats
Researchers at UniSA's Nutritional Physiology Research Centre are investigating whether an oat extract can improve cognitive performance in older adults.

Fast food menus with calorie information lead to lower calorie selection
In a new study, the amount of calories selected by parents for their child's hypothetical meal at McDonald's restaurants were reduced by an average of 102 calories when the menus clearly showed the calories for each item.

Natural vitamin E protects brain after stroke
Blocking the function of an enzyme in the brain with a specific kind of vitamin E can prevent nerve cells from dying after a stroke, new research suggests.

Restaurant and packaged foods can have more calories than nutrition
In a study published in the January 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, researchers from Tufts University found that some commercially prepared foods contained more calories than indicated in nutritional labeling.

Organic food not nutritionally superior than conventional
A systematic review of literature over 50 years finds no evidence for superior nutritional content of organic produce. Researchers revealed that organic food is not nutritionally better than conventionally-produced food.

Antioxidant supplement CARMA improves vision in AMD
The antioxidant nutritional supplement may help those affected by the leading cause of blindness in the Western World, a five-year research programme has found.

Sleep may be factor in weight control, BMI
Body mass index (BMI) is linked to length and quality of sleep in a surprisingly consistent fashion, revealed by researchers on Sunday, May 17, at the American Thoracic Society's 105th International Conference in San Diego.

Frequent feeding linked to childhood obesity
As the childhood obesity epidemic in the United States continues, researchers are examining whether early parent and child behaviors contribute to the problem.

Steve Jobs took medical leave of absence for 6 months
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has left the Apple Inc. for 6 months because of his bad health. Steve has been losing weight throughout 2008. The reason has been a mystery to doctors.

$19 Million to M. D. Anderson for breast cancer research
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center has received nearly $19 million in grants from Susan G. Komen for the Cure? as part of that organization's new initiative to fast-track promising research to benefit breast cancer patients.

Children's food products provide poor nutritional quality
Nine out of ten regular food items aimed specifically at children have a poor nutritional content ? because of high levels of sugar, fat or sodium - according to a detailed study of 367 products published in the July issue of the UK-based journal Obesity Reviews.

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