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The Nutrition InvestigatorThe health and nutrition blog by Dr. Roc Ordman.

Archive for ‘fish oil

April Journal of Nutrition

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May your holidays help the world to be free and safe  –See summaries and links to published articles after these one sentence summaries
3. Eat berries 4. Eat capsaicin and protein – Energy intake restriction causes a yo-yo effect by decreasing energy expenditure (EE) and decreasing fullness.During dieting, protein and capsaicin promoted a negative fat balance and protein treatments also […] Read more »

January AJCN

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DETAILS are after these summaries:
1. “Gluten free” still contains 20mg gluten/kg – 18 people per 10,000 are still sensitive at this level. 2. Does everything we eat cause cancer? No, but it seems that way. 3. Even research results in peer-reviewed journals of nutrition are often distorted – The fidelity of research findings between nutrients and cancer may have been compromised in […] Read more »

APreally 1st J Nutr 2012

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Sending caring thoughts to the growing interest in accurate nutrition information by subscribers to nutritioninvestigator. I was delighted to read A 97 Yr Old Japanese Physician’s Formula For Life.
HEADLINES OF THE JOURNAL of NUTRITION ARTICLES THIS MONTH-details below.
FOR EVERYONE: 1. Fish oil decreases unnecessary inflammation that is harmful, but increases useful inflammation that is […] Read more »

J Nutr, Mar 2012

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Sending caring thoughts to the growing interest in accurate nutrition information by subscribers to nutritioninvestigator. Read the summaries with links to abstracts at www.nutritioninvestigator.org. Here’s the headlines:
EAT LESS RED MEAT! GET ENOUGH VITAMIN D and FISH OIL.1. Consumption of red meat causes health hazards– [choose the no fours diet]. 2. Get lycopene to preserve your […] Read more »

February AJCN, Exercise and Education

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American Jrnl of Clinical Nutrition Feb, 2012– A special welcome to my nutrition class updating articles on wikipedia. Read the Feb AJCN summaries after these 14 headlines. From Science 20 Jan 2012
1. Why exercise is close to the fountain of youth – Exercise has many benefits, but the mechanisms behind them remain murky. Because autophagy’s […] Read more »

Vitamin Overdose Concerns and AJCN Oct, 2011

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Media oversimplify to report possible hazards of taking vitamin E, multivitamin, and fish oil. But there are serious flaws in each interpretation. As my research poster 62 points out, even nutrition and medical experts differ widely on what supplements they actually use themselves. Please ask an expert. And […] Read more »

Fish oil testimonial for immune function

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Thanks to a kind reader for this useful anecdote, consistent with published peer-reviewed literature:
Dear Roc, Remember our discussion of fish oil to be used to suppress autoimmune
disease? Well I thought you’d be interested to know that I think it works,
at least to a limited extent.
I’ve been taking it since 2007. Before that I had several […] Read more »

Fall Research Posters

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Two brief notes. First, a recent issue of Science (vol. 330, pg 1621 17 Dec 2010) stated that one of the top 10 discoveries of the past decade is that inflammation is a major cause of chronic diseases associated with aging. As Nutrition Investigator readers like you have known for many years, reducing stress, avoiding […] Read more »

Jrnl Nutrition Oct 2010

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SUMMARY – MAIN NEWS – 1. Up to 90% of Americans fail to meet dietary guidelines – The majority did not meet recommendations for all of the nutrient-rich food groups, except total grains and meat and beans. Overconsumption of energy from solid fats, added sugars, and alcoholic beverages (“empty calories”) was ubiquitous. […] Read more »

AGE meeting and LPI news notes

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Notes from the American Aging Association Meeting of June, 2010 and the Linus Pauling Institute Spring newsletter
American Aging Association Meeting of June, 2010- INFLAMMATION SUMMARY
70% of death is caused by infection/inflammation; 16-30% by traumatic sepsis; 1-10% by age alone. Human life expectancy has increased 2.5yrs each decade since 1850. 50% of 21st century births will live […] Read more »

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