Nutrition & Food Science: Volume 51 Issue 8


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The effect of calorie restricted diet on anthropometric and biochemical parameters in Sprague Dawley rats

Muhammad Fakhruddin Irfan Sazali, Maleeka Abdullah Hilmy, Norshafarina Shari, Lilik Herawati, Nurul Izza Nordin, Zulhabri Othman

Calorie restricted diets are known to improve health and promote healthy aging. This happens because of controlled inflammation and metabolism in the body. This study aims to…

Potential antioxidant and lipid peroxidation inhibition of coffee mixed with lemongrass (Cymbopogon citrates) leaves

Ayman M. El-Anany, Sami A. Althwab, Rehab F.M. Ali, Rehab F.M. Ali, Hassan Mousa

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of the addition of dried lemongrass leaves (DLGL) powder, at different levels, on phenolics content, antioxidant activities…

Assessment of phenolic content, pesticide residue and biological activities of organic lemon and cucumber in Lebanese market

Jana Dwaidy, Dina Cheaib, Adla Jammoul, Nada El Darra, Alissar Al Khatib

This study aims to evaluate the safety and quality of organic food product versus conventional ones in the Lebanese market.

Do sociodemographic factors and anthropometric measurements affect eating behavior patterns?

Eda Koksal, Melahat Sedanur Macit, Saniye Bilici, Efsun Karabudak

Obesity is a chronic disease and it is very important to determine the underlying factors at the early stage. Disturbance in eating behaviors may predict the obesity risk.

Collagen formula with Chinese herbal medicine can improve skin condition and reduce inflammation: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial

Hui-Chun Chang, Yung-Kai Lin, Chia-Hua Liang, Hsin-Wei Huang, Yung-Hao Lin, Yung-Hsiang Lin, Wei-Chun Hu, Chi Fu Chiang

Population aging was a global trend, and the most obvious thing after aging was the change in skin appearance. Therefore, the active ingredients that delay skin aging were…

Students’ interests and learning venues as enablers for school-based nutrition education among adolescents in Jakarta

Pramesthi Widya Hapsari, Judhiastuty Februhartanty, Saptawati Bardosono

This study aims to explore potential enablers for school-based nutrition education (SBNE) through adolescent students’ perceptions in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Knowledge, patterns of consumption, and attitudes of patients with major depression disorders toward probiotics

Abdulrahman Ismaeel Janahi, Iman Fahmi Mahmoud, Ibrahim Mohammed Al Alhareth, Alaa Yousef Alnakhli, Sara Nasser Almisrea, Hadel Mohammed Aljohani, Omar A. Alhaj, Adla Bakri Hassan, Haitham Jahrami

The complex interaction between the gut flora and central nervous systems made probiotics one promising natural candidate for the management and treatment of depression. Hence…

Herbal dietary interventions for weight loss among regularly exercising women in Turkey

Elif Didem Ors, Zeynep Goktas

Obesity is a chronic disease that is conjoined with increased mortality. Parallel to rising obesity rates, herbal dietary interventions to lose weight are also increasing. The…

Quality and bioaccessibility of antioxidants of bread enriched with naranjilla (solanum quitoense) fruit

María José Andrade-Cuvi, Michelle Guijarro-Fuertes, Analía Concellón, María Gabriela Vernaza, Juan Bravo-Vásquez

The purpose of this paper was to develop a loaf bread enriched with naranjilla (lulo) fruit (shells, seeds and pulp) and determine the technical quality, sensory acceptability and…

The food choice determinants and adherence to Mediterranean diet in Iranian adults before and during COVID-19 lockdown: population-based study

Mahsa Mohajeri, Fatemeh Ghannadiasl, Sajad Narimani, Ali Nemati

During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, some changes in dietary intake were observed. However, the determinants of food choice and adherence to the Mediterranean…

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