A stand-alone spicy meal had an intermediate effect on insulin, Madeleine Ball and her colleagues report in the July American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
What does AJCN stand for?
AJCN stands for American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 82: 887, 2005.
Furthermore, a lack of calories and nutrients--or undernutrition--can worsen the effects of infectious disease, and thereby causes half of all child deaths worldwide, report public health experts at The Johns Hopkins University and the World Health Organization in the 1 July 2004 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The study on malnutrition in subacute care facilities was published in the February issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (www.
References * Sucher DeMarco: Pie-Exercise Carbohydrate Meals: Application of the Glycemic Index, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 1999 * Collier Burke: Muscle Glycogen Storage After Prolonged Exercise: Effect of Glycogen Index of Carbohydrate Feedings, Journal of Applied Physiology, 1993 * Averbuch Lebow: Complete Book of Running and Fitness, 1999 * Coyle Horowitz: Metabolic Responses to Pre-Exercise Meals Containing Various Carbohydrates and Fats, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1993 * Steen Berning: Nutrition for Sport and Exercise, 1998
In February, Go and his colleagues published a report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that found Cholestin, the market name for an American version of the extract, lowered cholesterol by 22 percent.
Lipton(R) Pyramid Teas & the Healthy Beverage Guidelines In 2006, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published Healthy Beverage Guidelines proposed by a panel of nutrition experts to help consumers choose healthy beverages as part of a balanced nutritional diet.
The findings appear in the May American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.