3 edition of Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy (Monographs in Paediatrics) found in the catalog.
by S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Written in English
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Workshop on Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy ( Bern, Switzerland). Metabolic-endocrine responses to food intake in infancy. Basel ; New York: Karger, (OCoLC) Online version: Workshop on Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy ( Bern, Switzerland).
ABSTRACT. Background: Protein intake in early infancy has been suggested to be an important risk factor for later obesity, but information on potential mechanisms is very limited. Objective: This study examined the influence of protein intake in infancy on serum amino acids, insulin, and the insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) axis and its possible relation to growth in the first 2 y of by: 1.
Am J Clin Nutr. Dec;94(6 Suppl)SS. doi: /ajcn Epub Aug Milk protein intake, the metabolic-endocrine response, and growth in infancy: data from a randomized clinical by: Abstract. The effects of breakfast consumption on energy intake and the responses to foods consumed later in the day remain unclear.
Twelve men of healthy body weight who reported regularly consuming breakfast (mean ± SD age ± y; BMI ± kg/m 2) completed 2 trials using a randomized crossover ipants were provided with a kJ liquid preload Cited by: 1. Author(s): Zoppi,G; Workshop on Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy,( Bern, Switzerland) Title(s): Metabolic-endocrine responses to food intake in infancy/ Workshop on Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy, Bern, Septem.
Milk protein intake, the metabolic-endocrine response, and growth in infancy: Data from a randomized clinical trial Article in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 94(6 Suppl)SS. Books Books Intestinal fistulas By J Alexander-Williams and Miles Irving.
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Read the latest articles of Gastroenterology atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Adolescent food intake was measured using a semi-quantitative food frequency questionnaire, and milk intake was categorized as low milk intake'.
To investigate the effects of chronic milk consumption on the abovementioned metabolic, endocrine and appetite-related responses, a parallel design with two intervention groups was used. Participants were randomly allocated to groups, and received either daily mid-morning milk (Cited by: 3.
The aims of the present study were twofold. Firstly, this study sought to examine the acute (1-d) effects of mid-morning milk consumption on subsequent metabolic, endocrine and appetite-related responses relative to an isoenergetic and isovolumetric serving of fruit-juice (part 1).
Summary. In order to study endocrine and metabolic responses to normal food ingestion, 8 ‘healthy’ subjects received a standard mixed meal which reflected the composition of Western diet (CHO 47%, protein 23%, fat 26%, alcohol 4%), in 20 by: The effects of breakfast consumption on energy intake and the responses to foods consumed later in the day remain unclear.
Twelve men of healthy body weight who reported regularly consuming breakfast (mean ± SD age 6 y; BMI 6 kg/m2) completed 2 trials using a randomized crossover design. Participants were provided with a kJ liquid preload min after consuming a Cited by: Although it has long been thought that ruminant animals have their feeding limited only by physical factors such as gastrointestinal fill (29), there is a large body of experimental evidence that they do regulate body energy content and food intake (10).Cited by: Ryuichi Honda, James Toouli, Wylie J.
Dodds, Joseph E. Geenen, Walter J. Hogan, Zen Itoh. Metabolic-Endocrine Responses to Food Intake in Infancy, IMono- graphs in Pediatrics, Vol. 16, Motility of the Digestive Tract, Pharmacology of Histamine Receptors, Physicians Guide to the Etiology and Treatment of Diarrhea, Physiological Principles in Medicine.
According to recent epidemiological evidence, early protein intakes that exceeds metabolic requirements (>15% of energy) may increase weight gain during infancy and the risk of developing obesity in childhood: the so-called “early protein hypothesis” .A high protein intake, indeed, especially milk’s protein [2, 3], may enhance the secretion of insulin and insulin-like growth factor-I Author: Elvira Verduci, Benedetta Mariani, Carlotta Lassandro, Alice ReDionigi.
There is increasing evidence that environmental factors in early life predict later health. The early adiposity rebound recorded in most obese subjects suggests that factors promoting body fat development have operated in the first years of life. Birth weight, growth velocity and body mass index (BMI) trajectories seem to be highly sensitive to the environmental conditions present during Cited by: Metabolic, endocrine and nutritional disorders journal abstracts and links to published articles, curated by medical education experts.
Milk protein intake, the metabolic-endocrine response, and growth in infancy: data from a randomized clinical trial. Am J Clin Nutr ;94(6 Suppl)SS. Knittle JL, Timmers K, Ginsberg-Fellner F, Brown RE, Katz DP.METABOLIC AND ENDOCRINE RESPONSES TO OVEREATING by Andrea Suzanne Cornford A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Kinesiology) in The University of Michigan Doctoral Committee: Associate Professor Jeffrey Horowitz, Chair Professor Ariel Barkan Professor Katarina Borer.Nutrients, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
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