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Reply To Om Shannon Et Al, Lauren C. Blekkenhorst, Joshua R. Lewis, Richard L. Prince, Amanda Devine, Nicola P. Bondonno, Catherine P. Bondonno, Lisa G. Wood, Ian B. Puddey, Natalie C. Ward, Kevin D. Croft, Richard J. Woodman, Lawrence J. Beilin, Jonathan M. Hodgson 2019 Edith Cowan University

Reply To Om Shannon Et Al, Lauren C. Blekkenhorst, Joshua R. Lewis, Richard L. Prince, Amanda Devine, Nicola P. Bondonno, Catherine P. Bondonno, Lisa G. Wood, Ian B. Puddey, Natalie C. Ward, Kevin D. Croft, Richard J. Woodman, Lawrence J. Beilin, Jonathan M. Hodgson

ECU Publications Post 2013

No abstract provided.


Influence Of Change In Ph On Whey Expulsion From Cheddar Cheese Curds Made From Recombined Concentrated Milk, Kanak Bulbul 2019 Utah State University

Influence Of Change In Ph On Whey Expulsion From Cheddar Cheese Curds Made From Recombined Concentrated Milk, Kanak Bulbul

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The Western Dairy Center at Utah State University funded this project to investigate cheese research using concentrated milks. Concentrated milk was provided by the South Dakota State University and starter culture for this study was prepared and donated by Vivolac Cultures Corporation, Greenfield, Indiana.

The project initiated as a continuation of a previous study on effects of protein concentration, coagulum cut size and set temperature on curd moisture loss kinetics while stirring during cheesemaking. It was aimed at determining the extent to which pH drop prior to draining and final cheese moisture when using microfiltered concentrated milk.

We performed twelve ...


March 2019, SWOSU Bulldog Wellness Committee 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

March 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee

SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS

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The Va Beach Diet Study: A Comparison Of The Effects Of Plant-Based, Mediterranean, Paleolithic, And Dash Diets On Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Lynda Frassetto, Maly Pra, Brant Thomas, Deepak Talreja 2019 UCSF

The Va Beach Diet Study: A Comparison Of The Effects Of Plant-Based, Mediterranean, Paleolithic, And Dash Diets On Cardiovascular Disease Risk, Lynda Frassetto, Maly Pra, Brant Thomas, Deepak Talreja

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Traditional And Nontraditional Risks For Kidney Disease: A Comparison Of Western And Paleolithic-Type Diets, lynda frassetto 2019 UCSF

Traditional And Nontraditional Risks For Kidney Disease: A Comparison Of Western And Paleolithic-Type Diets, Lynda Frassetto

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


Ketogenic Diets And Energy Metabolism In Cancer, Richard D. Feinman, Anna Miller, Eugene J. Fine 2019 SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Ketogenic Diets And Energy Metabolism In Cancer, Richard D. Feinman, Anna Miller, Eugene J. Fine

Journal of Evolution and Health

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Social Media And Mema Technology In Comparing Compliance Rate Among Users, Reimund Serafica, Nada Lukkahatai, Brendan Tran Morris, Kelly Webber 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas (School of Nursing)

The Use Of Social Media And Mema Technology In Comparing Compliance Rate Among Users, Reimund Serafica, Nada Lukkahatai, Brendan Tran Morris, Kelly Webber

Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal

Compliance can be defined as the extent to which a person's behavior corresponds with agreed recommendations. Within the context of lifestyle intervention, this may refer to physical activity, diet modifications, or lifestyle intervention program attendance or attrition For lifestyle intervention programs to be successful (as measured against a variety of health and lifestyle markers), it is crucial for individuals to comply as best they can to the recommendations or instructions provided by the researchers. Those who disengage prematurely are likely to have poorer treatment outcomes. Hence, a better understanding and an added component, such as engagement, is vital to ...


Facilitators And Barriers To Being Physically Active In A Rural Hawai’I Community: A Photovoice Perspective, Siosaia F. Hafoka, Sara J. Carr 2019 University of Hawaii at Manoa

Facilitators And Barriers To Being Physically Active In A Rural Hawai’I Community: A Photovoice Perspective, Siosaia F. Hafoka, Sara J. Carr

Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal

A large body of existing literature suggests associations between perceptions of the environment and physical activity status, but very few studies have examined perceptions among Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities. The purpose of this study was to examine perceptions of the active living environment in Hawaiʻi in rural communities with a high proportion of NHPI. A total of thirteen adults were purposefully selected to participate in the study, and the Photovoice method was used to capture their perceptions. Three sessions were used to describe the purpose of the study, select and describe photographs, and identify emerging themes. A ...


Health-Assistive Smart Homes For Aging In Place: Leading The Way For Integration Of The Asian Immigrant Minority Voice, Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, Roschelle L. Fritz 2019 University of Hawai'i Manoa

Health-Assistive Smart Homes For Aging In Place: Leading The Way For Integration Of The Asian Immigrant Minority Voice, Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, Roschelle L. Fritz

Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal

Caring for America’s aging population is a complex humanitarian issue. The number of older adults is expected to increase to 98.5 million by 2060 with a 295% growth in foreign-born older adults, including Asian immigrants. Most older adults will have one or more chronic conditions and 95% of healthcare costs will be attributed to caring for these conditions. Among Asian Americans, common chronic conditions include respiratory disease, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and pain. The National Institutes of Health, Institute on Aging, and National Science Foundation call for innovative technologies to be developed by multidisciplinary teams to address these concerns ...


Introduction To Special Issue: Asian / Pacific Island Technology And Health, Reimund Serafica 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Introduction To Special Issue: Asian / Pacific Island Technology And Health, Reimund Serafica

Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal

Nurses are masters at multitasking—that is performing several nursing interventions simultaneously during a patient encounter. While the new technologies such as smart pumps, bar-code medication, administration systems, electronic health records (EHRs), wearables, and smartphones being introduced into our practice environments are designed to increases efficiency, promote safety, and streamline the work of nursing, we also need to see what is current and emerging in the research arena. We need to continue to seek new evidence-based practice to care effectively for the Asian/Pacific Islander populations and promote a healing environment while incorporating the advantages and efficiencies that technologies provide


February 2019, Sarah Yount 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

February 2019, Sarah Yount

Wellness Committee Minutes

No abstract provided.


Diet And Addiction: Interview With A Former Food, Pornography, And Alcohol Addict, Tro Kalayjian, Brian Lenzkes 2019 University of Rhode Island

Diet And Addiction: Interview With A Former Food, Pornography, And Alcohol Addict, Tro Kalayjian, Brian Lenzkes

Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence

Drs. Tro Kalayjian (Tapan, New York) and Brian Lenzkes (Santee, California) talk to Matt about his struggles with food, pornography, and alcohol addiction, and how changing his diet contributed to his recovery from his addictions. This report is excerpted from the audio podcast LowCarbMD, Episode 13 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/low-carb-md-podcast/ ), January 30, 2019). This podcast has filled us with immense hope for those struggling with addiction.


A Paleolithic Diet Lowers Resistant Starch Intake But Does Not Affect Serum Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Concentrations In Healthy Women, Angela Genoni, Johnny Lo, Philippa Lyons-Wall, Mary C. Boyce, Claus T. Christophersen, Anthony Bird, Amanda Devine 2019 Edith Cowan University

A Paleolithic Diet Lowers Resistant Starch Intake But Does Not Affect Serum Trimethylamine-N-Oxide Concentrations In Healthy Women, Angela Genoni, Johnny Lo, Philippa Lyons-Wall, Mary C. Boyce, Claus T. Christophersen, Anthony Bird, Amanda Devine

ECU Publications Post 2013

The Paleolithic diet excludes two major sources of fibre, grains and legumes. However, it is not known whether this results in changes to resistant starch (RS) consumption. Serum trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) is produced mainly from colonic fermentation and hepatic conversion of animal protein and is implicated in CVD, but changes in RS intake may alter concentrations. We aimed to determine whether intake of RS and serum concentrations of TMAO varied in response to either the Paleolithic or the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating (AGHE) diets and whether this was related to changes in food group consumption. A total of thirty-nine women ...


Parental Perceptions Of Child’S Medical Care And Neighborhood And Child’S Behavioral Risk Factors For Obesity In U.S. Children By Body Mass Index Classification, Joan A. Vaccaro, Gustavo G. Zarini, Fatma Huffman 2019 Department of Dietetics and Nutrition, Florida International University

Parental Perceptions Of Child’S Medical Care And Neighborhood And Child’S Behavioral Risk Factors For Obesity In U.S. Children By Body Mass Index Classification, Joan A. Vaccaro, Gustavo G. Zarini, Fatma Huffman

Department of Dietetics and Nutrition

Environmental factors, preventive medical care, and behaviors play a role in childhood obesity. This study used the National Survey of Children’s Health, 2011-2012, for 42,828 children, ages 10–17 years. Greater percent of children in the overweight/obese category performed no moderate-to-vigorous physical activity: 11.9 (10.6, 13.3) as compared to children in the underweight/normal weight category: 9.7 (8.9 10.6). No moderate-to-vigorous physical activity was associated with no preventive medical care, inadequate or no health care, parents reporting higher percent of no parks or playgrounds, and unsafe and unsupportive neighborhoods. Odds ratios ...


Effects Of Type I Diabetes On Labor Force Participation: A Propensity Score Match, Ore Aina-Badejo 2019 CUNY Hunter College

Effects Of Type I Diabetes On Labor Force Participation: A Propensity Score Match, Ore Aina-Badejo

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

Type I Diabetes (T1D) is a chronic autoimmune mediated form of insulin resistance that has lasting socioeconomic effects from childhood through old age that may impact labor force participation. Examining this relationship will enhance our understanding of life-long chronic illness beyond individual medical/financial impact by establishing broader socioeconomic implications. This study utilized data from the 2008-2015 data set of the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS), to explore the effects of T1D on labor force participation. It was hypothesized that having T1D would decrease both employability and contribution to the labor force. Utilizing methods of propensity score matching and entropy ...


The Impact Of A Fruit And Vegetable Farmers' Market Voucher Prescription Program On A Low-Income Rural Population, Kevin Anthony Richie 2019 University of Kentucky

The Impact Of A Fruit And Vegetable Farmers' Market Voucher Prescription Program On A Low-Income Rural Population, Kevin Anthony Richie

Theses and Dissertations--Dietetics and Human Nutrition

Objective: Measures the impact of the Farmers’ Market Voucher program on weight, body mass index, waist circumference, during the 2016 summer on a rural, low-income population residing in Appalachian Kentucky.

Background: Rural communities often have limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables (FV) which contributes to low levels of consumption. FV are calorie poor, nutrient dense and are inversely associated with inflammation markers, obesity, hypertension, and high blood glucose levels. Appalachian rural communities have a higher prevalence of obesity, diabetes, strokes, and death by heart attack when compared to the U.S. Farmers’ markets

Methods: Pre-experimental intervention design examining FV ...


January 2019, SWOSU Bulldog Wellness Committee 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

January 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee

SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS

Making Your Resolutions Really Work

New Year’s resolutions are slightly out of favor — airily dismissed as a waste of time, given their high failure rate. But there remains something compelling about the onset of a brand new year for reflecting on changes that would improve your life. To provide advice on ways to make resolutions that will actually come to fruition,


Proceedings Of The 2018 Asian American/Pacific Islander Nurses Association Conference: Local To Global--Future Directions For Research On Health Disparities, Jillian Inouye 2018 University of Hawai'i at Manoa

Proceedings Of The 2018 Asian American/Pacific Islander Nurses Association Conference: Local To Global--Future Directions For Research On Health Disparities, Jillian Inouye

Asian / Pacific Island Nursing Journal

The Asian American / Pacific Islander Nurses Association’s 15th Annual International Conference was held September 22-23, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn, located in Southpoint, Durham, S.C. with 43 research presenters. The conference theme was Local to Global: Future Directions for Research on Health Disparities with a dozen internationally well-known leaders around the world as keynote and special session speakers. Drs. Hyeoneui Kim, PhD, MPH, RN; Duke University School of Nursing and Jeeyae Choi, PhD, RN; University of North Carolina Wilmington School of Nursing were co-chairs and led the conference topics which addressed the current trends and future directions ...


Differences In Quadriceps Muscle Layer Thickness (Qmlt) And Contributing Risk Factors To Muscle Mass In Community-Dwelling And Institutionalized Older Adults, Nesrine Cheikh 2018 The University of Western Ontario

Differences In Quadriceps Muscle Layer Thickness (Qmlt) And Contributing Risk Factors To Muscle Mass In Community-Dwelling And Institutionalized Older Adults, Nesrine Cheikh

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Sarcopenia, a major concern in the older adult population, is defined as age-related loss of muscle mass and strength. Quadriceps muscle layer thickness (QMLT) measured using ultrasonography (US) is a newly-validated tool to measure muscle mass, which can be used to identify sarcopenic individuals. Our objective was to determine the association of factors such as handgrip strength (HGS), protein intake, nutritional status (via Subjective Global Assessment-SGA) and fat mass (FM) percentage with QMLT size (measured by US) in community-dwelling and institutionalized older adults. Additionally, we aimed to understand how perceived food intake of protein-rich foods could have an impact actual ...


Impact Of Individual Traits, Saturated Fat, And Protein Source On The Gut Microbiome., Jennifer M Lang, Calvin Pan, Rita M Cantor, W H Wilson Tang, Jose Carlos Garcia-Garcia, Ira Kurtz, Stanley L Hazen, Nathalie Bergeron, Ronald M Krauss, Aldons J Lusis 2018 Touro University California

Impact Of Individual Traits, Saturated Fat, And Protein Source On The Gut Microbiome., Jennifer M Lang, Calvin Pan, Rita M Cantor, W H Wilson Tang, Jose Carlos Garcia-Garcia, Ira Kurtz, Stanley L Hazen, Nathalie Bergeron, Ronald M Krauss, Aldons J Lusis

College of Pharmacy (TUC) Publications and Research

Interindividual variation in the composition of the human gut microbiome was examined in relation to demographic and anthropometric traits, and to changes in dietary saturated fat intake and protein source. One hundred nine healthy men and women aged 21 to 65, with BMIs of 18 to 36, were randomized, after a two-week baseline diet, to high (15% total energy [E])- or low (7%E)-saturated-fat groups and randomly received three diets (four weeks each) in which the protein source (25%E) was mainly red meat (beef, pork) (12%E), white meat (chicken, turkey) (12%E), and nonmeat sources (nuts, beans ...


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