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This paper, published in the Journal of Nutrition (2009;139:804S–819S), summarizes a workshop sponsored by the Dietary Lipids Committee that presented the current scientific understanding of the impact of dietary EPA and DHA on cardiovascular, neurocognitive, and cancer outcomes.
Clinical records of 286 consecutive patients reacting positively with objective symptoms to double-blind, placebo-controlled oral peanut challenges at University Hospital, Nancy, France were examined for individual no observed adverse effect levels (NOAELs) and lowest observed adverse effect levels (LOAELs). This study was published in Food and Chemical Toxicology (2010;48:814-819).
This article by Millard-Stafford et al. is part of a 2012 supplement published in Nutrition Reviews, which follows up the Second International IAFNS Conference on Hydration and Health, held November 15–16, 2011. The conference reviewed the available science on hydration and related health issues, while also providing a scientific discussion of the compilation of data on fluid intake as it relates to health, well-being, disease, and human performance.
This study evaluated the thermal resistance of L. monocytogenes in cocoa powder and investigated the impact of water activity (aw) on its survival in cocoa powder.