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Effects Of Gestational Dietary Intake On Calf Growth And Early Feedlot Performance Of Offspring, Jose Gardner 2017 Utah State University

Effects Of Gestational Dietary Intake On Calf Growth And Early Feedlot Performance Of Offspring, Jose Gardner

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Fetal programming is a relatively new and quickly growing field of research in the livestock industry. The concept of fetal programming is simply defined as the effects a change in maternal nutritional intake has on offspring, whether it be a genetic or physical change. The intention of this study was to specifically look at the effects of nutrient restriction of cows during the second trimester of gestation on the growth and performance of the resulting calves.

In this study, thirty-two cows of predominantly angus influence from the Utah state university herd were chosen, naturally bred to a pure bred angus ...


The 2015 Dietary Guidelines For Americans: Irrelevant Or Alarming? Or Both?, Adele H. Hite 2017 North Carolina State University

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines For Americans: Irrelevant Or Alarming? Or Both?, Adele H. Hite

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


The Dangers Of Fat Metabolism And Pufa: Why You Don’T Want To Be A Fat Burner, Kyle J. Mamounis 2017 Rutgers University - New Brunswick/Piscataway

The Dangers Of Fat Metabolism And Pufa: Why You Don’T Want To Be A Fat Burner, Kyle J. Mamounis

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Diet And Cognition: Data, Theory, And Some Solutions From The Playbook Of Psychology, Aaron P. Blaisdell 2017 University of California, Los Angeles

Diet And Cognition: Data, Theory, And Some Solutions From The Playbook Of Psychology, Aaron P. Blaisdell

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Do You Really Want A Hunter-Gatherer Microbiota? Perils And Pitfalls For Your Gut, Michael Ruscio 2017 Dr. Michael Ruscio

Do You Really Want A Hunter-Gatherer Microbiota? Perils And Pitfalls For Your Gut, Michael Ruscio

Journal of Evolution and Health

Clinicians have long understood the immense impact the health of our gut has on things like weight, energy, depression, autoimmunity and more. With the recent advancements in microbiota research we have learned much more about this connection. Like never before we understand how we can alleviate chronic health conditions and enhance well-being through improving the health of the gut.

However, with this increased research has also come over speculation and ill-informed recommendations. This has high impact on today's healthcare professional or consumer who could unintentionally do harm. For example by replicating the microbiota of hunter-gatherers of Africa, we could ...


Evolutionary Medicine’S Place In Nutrition And Dietetics, Anthony J. Basile, David B. Schwartz, Joseph Rigdon, Hamilton M. Stapell 2017 Columbia University Medical Center

Evolutionary Medicine’S Place In Nutrition And Dietetics, Anthony J. Basile, David B. Schwartz, Joseph Rigdon, Hamilton M. Stapell

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Demographics And Food Waste Trends Of Common Ground Garden Csa Members In Central Minnesota, Kendra M. Butkowski 2017 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University

Demographics And Food Waste Trends Of Common Ground Garden Csa Members In Central Minnesota, Kendra M. Butkowski

Forum Lectures

The Common Ground Garden is a ministry of the Sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict, and provides CSA produce shares for 18 weeks to community members. A summer research project was conducted to evaluate the general demographics and food waste habits of members of Common Ground. Access to fresh, in-season produce is a struggle in many parts of the country, and this pilot study was designed to better understand the demographics, vegetable consumption, and food waste behaviors of the members of this particular CSA. Investigating the accessibility of local agriculture and CSA programs, as well as the health demographics ...


Sweet Potatoes, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Sweet Potatoes, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing sweet potatoes.


Tomatoes, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Tomatoes, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing tomatoes.


Prickly Pear Cactus, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Prickly Pear Cactus, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing prickly pear cactus.


Brussels Sprouts, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Brussels Sprouts, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing brussels sprouts.


Diabetes Facts, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Diabetes Facts, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication outlines the different types of diabetes and the complications that can occur with each one.


Kale, Carolyn Washburn 2017 Utah State University Extension

Kale, Carolyn Washburn

Carolyn Washburn

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing kale.


Nourishing Nycha: Food Policy As A Tool For Improving The Well-Being Of New York City’S Public Housing Residents, Nevin Cohen, Nicholas Freudenberg, Craig Willingham 2017 CUNY School of Public Health

Nourishing Nycha: Food Policy As A Tool For Improving The Well-Being Of New York City’S Public Housing Residents, Nevin Cohen, Nicholas Freudenberg, Craig Willingham

Publications and Research

This policy brief examines food environments in New York City public housing. It looks at the food public housing residents buy, prepare and eat and the role food plays in the health, environment and economy of the city’s NYCHA population. Our goal is to contribute new insights into how NYCHA can use food policy and programs to improve the well-being of its residents and make New York City healthier, more self-sufficient, safer and more sustainable.


Apples, Kathleen Riggs 2017 Utah State University Extension

Apples, Kathleen Riggs

Kathleen Riggs

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing apples.


Apples, Kathleen Riggs 2017 Utah State University Extension

Apples, Kathleen Riggs

Kathleen Riggs

This publication is part of the Food Sense Guide to Eating Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and includes information on selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing apples.


Limes, Melanie Jewkes 2017 Utah State University

Limes, Melanie Jewkes

Melanie Jewkes

Limes are a great citrus fruit that adds a zest to many meals. Learn how to select, use, and cook with limes


Potatoes, Melanie Jewkes 2017 Utah State University

Potatoes, Melanie Jewkes

Melanie Jewkes

Potatoes are a wonderful staple food that are versatile and store well. Learn how to select, cook, prepare, and store potatoes.


Spinach, Melanie Jewkes 2017 Utah State University

Spinach, Melanie Jewkes

Melanie Jewkes

Spinach is a super food that can be grown or purchased fairly inexpensively. Learn how to select, prepare, and store spinach.


Cranberries, Melanie Jewkes 2017 Utah State University

Cranberries, Melanie Jewkes

Melanie Jewkes

Cranberries can be an easy way to add variety to meals and snacks. Learn how to use fresh cranberries and other ways to incorporate the nutritional benefits of cranberries into your diet.


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