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Comparison of students' foodservice satisfaction between Korea and US

Jeong E, Chun Y, Joo N, Yoon JY

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):66-71.
This study analyzes important factors of foodservice in school through comparison of students' satisfaction of using foodservice in Korea and US in order to meet students' expectations. The survey was...
Salt content of school meals and comparison of perception related to sodium intake in elementary, middle, and high schools

Ahn S, Park S, Kim JN, Han SN, Jeong SB, Kim HK

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):59-65.
Excessive sodium intake leading to hypertension, stroke, and stomach cancer is mainly caused by excess use of salt in cooking. This study was performed to estimate the salt content in...
Development of a Korean Diet Score (KDS) and its application assessing adherence to Korean healthy diet based on the Korean Food Guide Wheels

Lee M, Chae SW, Cha YS, Cho MS, Oh HY, Kim MK

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):49-58.
The most critical point in the assessment of adherence to dietary guidelines is the development of a practical definition for adherence, such as a dietary pattern score. The purpose of...
The association between measurement sites of visceral adipose tissue and cardiovascular risk factors after caloric restriction in obese Korean women

Lee HO, Yim JE, Lee JS, Kim YS, Choue R

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):43-48.
Quantities as well as distributions of adipose tissue (AT) are significantly related to cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors and can be altered with caloric restriction. This study investigated which cross-sectional...
Effect of the magnetized water supplementation on blood glucose, lymphocyte DNA damage, antioxidant status, and lipid profiles in STZ-induced rats

Lee HJ, Kang MH

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):34-42.
This study investigated the effects of magnetized water supplementation on blood glucose, DNA damage, antioxidant status, and lipid profiles in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic rats. There were three groups of 4-week-old...
Lycopene supplementation suppresses oxidative stress induced by a high fat diet in gerbils

Choi SK, Seo JS

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):26-33.
The effect of lycopene supplementation on the antioxidant system was investigated by analyzing lipid peroxide levels, glutathione contents, and antioxidant enzyme activities in Mongolian gerbils fed a high fat diet....
Effects of taurine on cadmium exposure in muscle, gill, and bone tissues of Carassius auratus

Choi KS, Yoo IS, Shin KO, Chung KH

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):22-25.
This study was performed in order to investigate the effects of taurine on cadmium poisoning in muscle, gill, and bone tissues of wild goldfish. For this experiment, 80 wild goldfish...
Sasa borealis extract exerts an antidiabetic effect via activation of the AMP-activated protein kinase

Nam JS, Chung HJ, Jang MK, Jung IA, Park SH, Cho SI, Jung MH

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):15-21.
Leaf of Sasa borealis, a species of bamboo, has been reported to exhibit anti-hyperglycemic effect. However, its antidiabetic mechanism is not fully understood. In this study, we examined whether an...
A standardized bamboo leaf extract inhibits monocyte adhesion to endothelial cells by modulating vascular cell adhesion protein-1

Choi S, Park MS, Lee YR, Lee YC, Kim TW, Do SG, Kim DS, Jeon BH

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):9-14.
Bamboo leaves (Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel ex J. Houz (Poacea)) have a long history of food and medical applications in Asia, including Japan and Korea. They have been used as a...
Allergenic potential and enzymatic resistance of buckwheat

Lee S, Han Y, Do JR, Oh S

  • Nutr Res Pract.
  • 2013 Feb;7(1):3-8.
Buckwheat is known as a health food but is one of the major food allergens triggering potentially fatal anaphylaxis in Asia, especially in Japan and Korea. This study was conducted...

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