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Erratum: Factors associated with anemia among female adult vegetarians in Malaysia

Chai ZF, Gan WY, Chin YS, Ching YK, Appukutty M

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Customers' perception of the attributes of different formats of menu labeling: a comparison between Korea and the U.S.

Bosselman R, Choi HM, Lee KS, Kim E, Cha J, Jeong JY, Jo M, Ham S

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This study compared the perception of customers from Korea and the U.S. on the attributes of different formats of menu labeling The specific objectives were 1) to compare the...
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Mukbang- and Cookbang-watching status and dietary life of university students who are not food and nutrition majors

Yun S, Kang H, Lee H

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: As watching food-related programs has become very popular among the young generation in Korea, this study sought to compare the Mukbang- and Cookbang-watching status of university students with their...
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Evidence-based customized nutritional intervention improves body composition and nutritional factors for highly-adherent children and adolescents with moderate to severe obesity

Kim J, Kim Y, Seo YG, Park KH, Jang HB, Lee HJ, Park SI, Lim H

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Evidence-based customized nutritional interventions are required for effective treatment of moderate to severe obese children and adolescents. SUBJECTS/METHODS: Sixty six (64.1% of 103) of the eligible participants who joined the...
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Association between phytochemical index and metabolic syndrome

Kim M, Park K

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Although previous experimental studies reported the health benefits of foods rich in phytochemicals, few epidemiologic studies have investigated the associations between phytochemicals and metabolic disorders. This study aimed to...
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Disparities in dietary quantity and quality between the two different types of Korean family of older adults living with spouses and living alone: using data from the 6th Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Choi YR, Park HR, Song KH, Lee Y, Lim YS

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to examine disparities in food and nutrient intakes based on family types identified among 1,856 participants who were the Korean elderly people in the 6th...
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Effect of nutritional supplement formula on catch-up growth in young children with nonorganic faltering growth: a prospective multicenter study

Shim JO, Kim S, Choe BH, Seo JH, Yang HR

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Inadequate nutrition in infants and young children affects physical growth and neurocognitive development. Therefore, early nutritional intervention is important to promote catch-up growth in young children with faltering growth....
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Analysis of the relationship between lifestyle habits and glycosylated hemoglobin control based on data from a Health Management Plan

Wang YC, Wang C, Shih PW, Tang PL

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Type 2 Diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a hereditary disease that is also strongly dependent on environmental factors, lifestyles, and dietary habits. This study explored the relationship between lifestyle habits...
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Centella asiatica extract prevents visual impairment by promoting the production of rhodopsin in the retina

Park DW, Jeon H, So R, Kang SC

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE: Centella asiatica, also known as Gotu kola, is a tropical medicinal plant native to Madagascar, Southeast Asia, and South Africa. It is well known to have biological activities, including...
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L-histidine and L-carnosine exert anti-brain aging effects in D-galactose-induced aged neuronal cells

Kim Y, Kim Y

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Brain aging is a major risk factor for severe neurodegenerative diseases. Conversely, L-histidine and L-carnosine are known to exhibit neuroprotective effects. The aim of this study was to examine...
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Skate cartilage extracts containing chondroitin sulfate ameliorates hyperlipidemia-induced inflammation and oxidative stress in high cholesterol diet-fed LDL receptor knockout mice in comparison with shark chondroitin sulfate

Seol BG, Kim JH, Woo M, Song YO, Choi YH, Noh JS, Cho EJ

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: In this study, we investigated the beneficial effects of skate cartilage extracts containing chondroitin sulfate (SCS) on hyperlipidemia-induced inflammation and oxidative stress in high cholesterol diet (HCD)-fed mice in...
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