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The Risk of Gastrointestinal Cancer on Daily Intake of Low-Dose BaP in C57BL/6 for 60 Days

Zheng Z, Park JK, Kwon OW, Ahn SH, Kwon YJ, Jiang L, Zhu S, Park BH

Background: Benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) is a carcinogenic compound in contaminated foodstuffs. The effect of oral intake of the environmental carcinogen BaP under low doses and frequent exposure on a digestive system has...
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Dietary Iron Intake of Koreans Estimated using 2 Different Sources of Iron Contents are Comparable: Food & Nutrient Database and Iron Contents of Cooked Foods in the Korean Total Diet Study

Lee J, Kwon SO, Yeoh Y, Seo MJ, Lee GH, Kim Ci

Objectives: This study was conducted to find out if the dietary iron intake of Koreans estimated by 2 different methods (iron content sources) using the food intake data from the...
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Nutrient-Based Appetite Regulation

Moris JM, Heinold C, Blades A, Koh Y

Regulation of appetite is dependent on crosstalk between the gut and the brain, which is a pathway described as the gut-brain axis (GBA). Three primary appetite-regulating hormones that are secreted...
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Folate: 2020 Dietary reference intakes and nutritional status of Koreans

Han YH, Hyun T

Folate, a water-soluble vitamin, acts as a coenzyme for one-carbon metabolism in nucleic acid synthesis and amino acid metabolism. Adequate folate nutritional status during the periconceptional period is known to...
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2020 Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans: riboflavin

Lee JE, Cho JA, Kim KN

Riboflavin and its derivatives, flavin mononucleotide (FMN) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD), are key components of mitochondrial energy metabolism and oxidation-reduction reactions. Proposed dietary reference intakes for Koreans (KDRIs), that...
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Dietary Intake and Nutritional Status of Children and Adolescent According to the Meal Frequency: The 7th (2016–2018) Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Ji Y, Park J, Yoo JH

Background: Children and adolescents growth and development rapidly, thus it is critical to meet their nutritional needs. Understanding their dietary patterns is crucial for providing proper dietary education. The goal...
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The Association between Maternal Nutrition Knowledge, Dietary attitudes, and Dietary Behaviors Related to Sugar Intake, and Sugar Intake Reduction in Preschool Children

Myeong HS, Yeon JY, Kim MH

This study was undertaken to investigate the association between maternal nutrition knowledge, dietary attitudes, and behaviors related to sugar intake and sugar intake reduction in preschool children. Eighty-three children aged...
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Status of Korean Healthy Eating Index and Associated Factors in Elderly with a Focus on Health Habits, Mental Health, and Nutritional Status: Data from the 2016∼2018 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Lee HS

The relationship between mortality and the Korean Healthy Eating Index (“KHEI”) is well established. This study was to investigate the associations between health habits, mental health, and nutritional status and...
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Usual intake of dietary isoflavone and its major food sources in Koreans: Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2016-2018 data

Kim Y, Kim DW, Kim K, Choe JS, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Accumulating evidence has shown the beneficial effects of isoflavone on health. There is limited information on the usual isoflavone intake for Koreans. This study examined the usual intake of total...
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Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans with special consideration to older adults

Kim H, Hwang JY, Kwon O

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: The Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans (KDRIs) were revised in 2020. Due to the rapidly aging Korean population, special consideration was given to reclassify the KDRI age group categories...
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Choline intake and its dietary reference values in Korea and other countries: a review

Shim E, Park E

Choline is a water-soluble organic compound that is important for the normal functioning of the body. It is an essential dietary component as de novo synthesis by the human body...
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Evidence and suggestions for establishing vitamin D intake standards in Koreans for the prevention of chronic diseases

Kim JH, Park HS, Pae M, Park KH, Kwon O

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Vitamin D is produced in the skin during sun exposure and is also ingested from foods. The role of vitamin D needs to be considered in the prevention and...
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A review of recent evidence of dietary protein intake and health

Park YJ, Chung S, Hwang JT, Shon J, Kim E

The Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of 2013 to 2017 reported that the average protein consumption of the Korean population is above the current recommended nutrient intake of...
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Issues pertaining to Mg, Zn and Cu in the 2020 Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans

Chung HY, Lee MK, Kim W, Choi MK, Kim SH, Kim E, Kim MH, Ha JH, Lee H, Bae YJ, Kwun IS

In the current years, it has now become necessary to establish standards for micronutrient intake based on scientific evidence. This review discusses issues related to the development of the 2020...
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Dietary Reference Intakes of sodium for Koreans: focusing on a new DRI component for chronic disease risk reduction

Kim HJ, Lee YK, Koo H, Shin MJ

Sodium is a physiologically essential nutrient, but excessive intake is linked to the increased risk of various chronic diseases, particularly cardiovascular. It is, therefore, necessary to accomplish an evidence-based approach...
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A narrative review on the application of doubly labeled water method for estimating energy requirement for Koreans

Kim OY, Park J, Kim EK

Research articles were reviewed to validate the estimated energy requirements (EERs) equations developed by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies (IOM). These equations are based on total energy...
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Dietary Reference Intake of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids for Koreans

Park Y

This paper examines the process and evidence used to create the Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) + docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) for Koreans. ALA...
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Perspectives on the systematic review for the 2020 Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans for calcium

Bu SY, Choi MJ, Choi DS, Jung YM, Jang IS, Yang N, Kim K, Park CY

An accurate assessment of the recommended calcium (Ca) intake may contribute to reducing the risk of fractures and chronic diseases, ultimately improving quality of life. This review was performed to summarize...
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2020 Dietary Reference Intakes for Koreans: vitamin A

Kim Y

Vitamin A (Vit A) is a lipid-soluble vitamin required for diverse normal body functions, including good vision, reproduction, growth, development, and cellular differentiation. The therapeutic effects of Vit A have...
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Frequency of steamed food consumption and risk of metabolic syndrome in Korean females: data from Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study

Heo YR, Choi JH

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the association between steamed food intake and risk of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in Korean females. Methods: Using Ansan/Ansung data of Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study,...
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