Study under review: High Compared With Moderate Protein Intake Reduces Adaptive Thermogenesis and Induces a Negative Energy Balance During Long-term Weight-Loss Maintenance in Participants With Prediabetes in the Postobese State: A PREVIEW Study
Does increasing the protein:carbohydrate ratio of a diet reduce adaptive thermogenesis and maintain energy balance during weight maintenance in people with obesity and prediabetes?
Other Articles in Issue #64 (February 2020)
Deep Dive: Does early exposure reduce food allergies in infants?
Most early exposure studies to date looked at the effects of early exposure to a single potential allergen. Here, we cover a secondary analysis of a study that used six potentially allergenic foods.
Pomegranate’s possible UV-B(enefits)
Pomegranate contains compounds that could help skin become more resistant to UV-B radiation. How well does it actually work, though?
Interview: Matt Stranberg, MS, RDN, LDN, CSSD, CSCS
Dietitian and exercise scientist Matt Stranberg covers the ins and outs of disordered eating and problematic physical activity in this detailed interview.
Omega-3s may make mild cognitive impairment a little bit milder
This meta-analysis found a small impact of omega-3 supplementation on a measure of cognition in people with mild cognitive impairment.
Deep Dive: Investigating the effects of folate and zinc on male fertility
While folate and zinc are essential for processes necessary for male fertility, it may be possible to have too much of a good thing.
Deeper Dive: Elevated protein intake can benefit lean mass
People who resistance train got the biggest bang for the buck, but the benefit is less clear in other populations.
Nulls: November–December 2019
Welcome to the first installment of NERD Nulls — a rapid-fire roundup of some nutritional studies that didn’t find a clear effect!