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Mode of oral iron administration and the amount of iron habitually consumed do not affect iron absorption, systemic iron utilisation or zinc absorption in iron-sufficient infants: a randomised trial

Research Articles Ewa A. Szymlek-Gay, Magnus Domellöf, Olle Hernell, Richard F. Hurrell, Torbjörn Lind, Bo Lönnerdal, Christophe Zeder, Ines M. Egli, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1046-1060 Abstract ...

Inflammation-driven malnutrition: a new screening tool predicts outcome in Crohn’s disease

Research Articles Irene Jansen, Matthias Prager, Luzia Valentini, Carsten Büning, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1061-1067 Abstract ...

Food assistance programmes are indirectly associated with anaemia status in children <5 years old in Mexico

Research Articles Teresa Shamah-Levy, Ignacio Méndez-Gómez-Humarán, Elsa B. Gaona-Pineda, Lucia Cuevas-Nasu, Salvador Villalpando, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1095-1102 Abstract ...

Macronutrient intake in advanced age: Te Puāwaitanga o Ngā Tapuwae Kia ora Tonu, Life and Living in Advanced Age: A Cohort Study in New Zealand (LiLACS NZ)

Research Articles Carol Wham, Ruth Teh, Simon A. Moyes, Anna Rolleston, Marama Muru-Lanning, Karen Hayman, Ashley Adamson, Ngaire Kerse, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1103-1115 Abstract ...

Preterm human milk composition: a systematic literature review

Research Articles Catherine Boyce, Mistral Watson, Grace Lazidis, Sarah Reeve, Kenneth Dods, Karen Simmer, Gemma McLeod, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1033-1045 Abstract ...

Relationship between plasma 25-hydroxymitamin D and leucocyte telomere length by sex and race in a US study

Research Articles Jason J. Liu, Elizabeth K. Cahoon, Martha S. Linet, Mark P. Little, Casey L. Dagnall, Herbert Higson, Sharon A. Savage, D. Michal Freedman, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 953-960 Abstract ...

Differences in metabolic biomarkers in the blood and gene expression profiles of peripheral blood mononuclear cells among normal weight, mildly obese and moderately obese subjects

Research Articles Un Ju Jung, Yu Ri Seo, Ri Ryu, Myung-Sook Choi, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1022-1032 Abstract ...

Nutrition and health claims on healthy and less-healthy packaged food products in New Zealand

Research Articles Haya H. Al-Ani, Anandita Devi, Helen Eyles, Boyd Swinburn, Stefanie Vandevijvere, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1087-1094 Abstract ...

Should urinary iodine concentrations of school-aged children continue to be used as proxy for different populations? Analysis of data from Chinese national surveys

Research Articles Peng Liu, Xiaohui Su, Mu Li, Hongmei Shen, Jun Yu, Patrick J. Kelly, Fangang Meng, Lixiang Liu, Lijun Fan, Ming Li, Shoujun Liu, Dianjun Sun, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1068-1076 ...

Association between inflammatory potential of diet and risk of depression in middle-aged women: the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health

Research Articles Nitin Shivappa, Danielle A. J. M. Schoenaker, James R. Hebert, Gita D. Mishra, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 1077-1086 Abstract ...

Dietary choline and betaine intake, choline-metabolising genetic polymorphisms and breast cancer risk: a case–control study in China

Research Articles Yu-Feng Du, Wei-Ping Luo, Fang-Yu Lin, Zhen-Qiang Lian, Xiong-Fei Mo, Bo Yan, Ming Xu, Wu-Qing Huang, Jing Huang, Cai-Xia Zhang, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 961-968 Abstract ...

Resveratrol primes the effects of physical activity in old mice

Research Articles Elizabeth Rodríguez-Bies, Bui Thanh Tung, Plácido Navas, Guillermo López-Lluch, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 979-988 Abstract ...

The effect of healthy dietary consumption on executive cognitive functioning in children and adolescents: a systematic review

Research Articles J. F. W. Cohen, M. T. Gorski, S. A. Gruber, L. B. F. Kurdziel, E. B. Rimm, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 989-1000 Abstract ...

Analysis of the interaction between transcription factor 7-like 2 genetic variants with nopal and wholegrain fibre intake: effects on anthropometric and metabolic characteristics in type 2 diabetes patients

Research Articles M. M. López-Ortiz, M. E. Garay-Sevilla, M. E. Tejero, E. L. Perez-Luque, British Journal of Nutrition, Volume 116 Issue 06, pp 969-978 Abstract ...

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 ...

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