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The science and tools of measuring energy intake and output in humans have rapidly advanced in the last decade. Engineered devices such as wearables and sensors, software applications, and Web-based tools are now ubiquitous in both research and consumer environments.
Fundamental to developing a specific dietary recommendation for a sodium-to-potassium ratio is a well-designed human intervention trial.
An evaluation of microbial contaminants in surface waters at 40 sites across Eastern North Carolina before and after a hurricane.
Little is known about the unique physiological and cardiometabolic effects of rare sugars in humans. The objective of this study was to conduct a systematic review and synthesis of controlled intervention studies of rare sugars in humans, using PRISMA guidelines.