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Articles in this issue
Mood, dieting, and macros
Transient decrements in mood during energy deficit are independent of dietary protein-to-carbohydrate ratio.
- What If There Were No Dietary Guidelines? Open Access
The iPad Hangover
Evening use of light-emitting eReaders negatively affects sleep, circadian timing and next-morning alertness.
Can mice get cancer from steak?
A red meat-derived glycan promotes inflammation and cancer progression.
Sodium phosphate: a potentially underutilized ergogenic aid
Effect of sodium phosphate supplementation on repeated high-intensity cycling efforts.
On the whey to getting lean: one more round of whey vs. soy
Whey supplements more efficiently stimulates protein synthesis during weight loss than does soy protein supplements.
It’s (not) all in your head: how sodium intake affects headaches
Effects of dietary sodium and DASH diet on the occurrence of headaches: results from randomised multicentre DASH-sodium clinical trial.
Diets, fast and slow
The effect of rate of weight loss on long-term weight management: a randomised controlled trial.
Is the glycemic index actually useful for making food choices?
Effects of high vs. low glycemic index of dietary carbohydrates on cardiovascular disease risk factors and insulin sensitivity.
- Interview: Ivan Oransky
Trevor Kashey, PhD(c); Alex Leaf, MS(c); Courtney Silverthorn, PhD; Zach Bohannan, M.S.; Jeff Rothschild, MSc, RD; Anders Nedergaard, PhD
Gregory Lopez, PharmD; Pablo Sanchez Soria, PhD; Kamal Patel, MBA, MPH, PhD(c)
Stephan Guyenet, PhD; Arya Sharma, PhD, MD; Natalie Muth, MD, MPH, RD; Sarah Ballantyne, PhD; Gillian Mandich, PhD(c); Mark Kern, PhD, RD; Katherine Rizzone, MD; Spencer Nadolsky, DO