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Feeding a diet devoid of choline to lactating rodents restricts growth and lymphocyte development in offspring

Research Articles E. D. Lewis, S. Goruk, C. Richard, N. S. Dellschaft, J. M. Curtis, R. L. Jacobs, C. J. Field, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1001-1012 Abstract ...

Response: food fortification as a means to increase vitamin D intake

Reply Sonja Soininen, Aino-Maija Eloranta, Virpi Lindi, Timo A. Lakka, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1134-1135 Abstract ...

A metered intake of milk following exercise and thermal dehydration restores whole-body net fluid balance better than a carbohydrate–electrolyte solution or water in healthy young men

Research Articles Suzanne Seery, Philip Jakeman, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1013-1021 Abstract ...

In vitro fermentability and prebiotic potential of soyabean Okara by human faecal microbiota

Research Articles E. Pérez-López, D. Cela, A. Costabile, I. Mateos-Aparicio, P. Rupérez, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1116-1124 Abstract ...

Dietary whey reduces energy intake and alters hypothalamic gene expression in obese phyto-oestrogen-deprived male rats

Research Articles María F. Andreoli, Cora Stoker, Gisela P. Lazzarino, Guillermina Canesini, Enrique H. Luque, Jorge G. Ramos, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1125-1133 Abstract ...

BJN volume 116 issue 6 Cover and Front matter

Miscellaneous British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp f1-f2 Abstract ...

BJN volume 116 issue 6 Cover and Back matter

Miscellaneous British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp b1-b6 Abstract ...

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