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Ann Nutr Metab (2021) 77 (Suppl. 4): 21–22.
Published Online: 28 February 2022
...Evan C. Johnson Background: Aging is defined as the progressive organism change leading to debility, disease, and death [ 1 ]. We know that as we age, our risk increases for diseases such as diabetes, cancer, and chronic kidney disease, and many of our homeostatic processes change as well...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2014) 65 (1): 81–89.
Published Online: 16 September 2014
... neuropsychological battery. Parameter estimates of cognitive performance according to quartiles (Q) of vitamin D intake were estimated via ANCOVA. Results: In a sample of 1,990 aging adults, principal component analyses yielded two cognitive factors - for episodic/semantic memory and short-term memory/executive...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2011) 58 (1): 42–48.
Published Online: 08 February 2011
...Lan Xiang; Guoqing He Caloric restriction (CR) is widely used to study aging processes. It is a simple and highly reproducible method for delaying the aging process, preventing the onset of aging-related diseases and extending average or maximum lifespan. However, the mechanism underlying...
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Ann Nutr Metab (1992) 36 (1): 41–47.
Published Online: 20 November 2008
... with a standard 17% protein diet). Attachment and ingestion of C. albicans, and NBT reduction were also decreased in old protein-malnourished mice. 28 01 1991 6 08 1991 20 11 2008 © 1992 S. Karger AG, Basel 1992 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part...
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Nutrition and Metabolism (1980) 24 (Suppl. 1): 142–146.
Published Online: 18 November 2008
...Sigmundur Gudbjarnason The polyene fatty acid composition of cardiac phospholipids is modified by age, diet and stress in the rat. In the aging heart there is a progressive replacement of 18:2n6 by 20:4n6 in phosphatidylcholine (PC) and a replacement of 18:2n6 by 22:6n3 in phosphatidylethanolamine...
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Nutrition and Metabolism (1981) 25 (1): 20–26.
Published Online: 18 November 2008
...J. Leclerc; Marie-Louise Miller Decreased riboflavin concentrations were again found in different tissues from old rats (23 months of age) as compared to younger animals (11 months of age). This decrease was observed in the liver, heart and brain (-7 to -10%) and mainly in the kidneys (-60...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2008) 52 (4): 322–328.
Published Online: 19 August 2008
... as a functional food for the elderly. Methods: A randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study was performed. The subjects were 78 individuals aged 60–87 years and were randomly assigned in a blinded fashion to receive either spirulina or placebo. The elderly were instructed to consume the spirulina...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2008) 52 (Suppl. 1): 6–11.
Published Online: 07 March 2008
...Eva Topinková Despite multiple and often overlapping definitions of disability and frailty, both are common clinical characteristics of aged individuals though not identical. The geriatric syndrome of frailty is described as status of global impairment of physiological reserves involving multiple...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2008) 52 (Suppl. 1): 2–5.
Published Online: 07 March 2008
...Ibrahim Elmadfa; Alexa L. Meyer Age has an important impact on body composition. The decreases of lean body mass and total body water accompanied by an increase of body fat are the most relevant changes leading to a reduction of the basal metabolic rate. Due to this and the fact that elderly people...
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