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Human Nutrition
Pork Consumption in Relation to Body Weight and Composition: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Human Nutrition
Digestible indispensable amino acid score for pork products at various stages of processing
Human Nutrition
Metabolism of Vitamin K Forms in Fresh Pork
Human Nutrition
Ounce-Equivalents in the Protein Foods Group: Benefits of Quality Protein
To help the consumer meet protein needs while achieving the goal of varied protein food sources, the DGAs Committee published "ounce equivalents" in the protein foods group. It is stated, among other...
Human Nutrition
Effect of pork ingestion on postprandial mitochondrial protein synthesis and inflammation in healthy weight, overweight, and obese adults
Human Nutrition
Effects of incorporating red meat into a Mediterranean-style dietary pattern on cardiometabolic and emotional well-being
The Mediterranean-style eating pattern (Med Pattern) is consistently associated with decreased chronic disease risk (1-3) with emerging evidence suggesting improved quality of life (4-6) and sleep...
Human Nutrition
A Randomized, Controlled, Crossover Trial to Assess the Effects of a Lean Pork-containing, High-protein Breakfast on Indices of Satiety and Metabolic Health In Men and Women with
Experimental studies in humans designed to test the impact of pork consumption on glucose homeostasis and other elements of the cardiometabolic risk factor profile are limited. Previous research on...
Human Nutrition
Protein consumption from meat vs. dairy as complementary foods on infant growth, body composition and gut microbiome: a controlled feeding study
a. Background The 1st year of life is very important for later-in-life obesity and heart disease development. Studies have shown that protein intake from dairy is associated with rapid weight gain,...
Human Nutrition
Postprandial muscle protein synthetic responses after high quality pork consumption in lean, overweight, and obese adults
Obesity is associated with numerous chronic diseases. Many obese individuals, however, do not display overt disease. This is due to obese...
Human Nutrition
A High Protein Weight Loss Treatment for Sarcopenic Obesity: Using Pork as a Meal Supplement to Improve Muscle Mass and Functional Status in Women
The impact of obesity on women’s health is an important research priority for the National Pork Board; relative to men, women have higher rates of obesity and sustain greater physical...
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