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Adherence and Outcomes of the Low and Very Low Protein Diets in Chronic Diabetic Kidney Disease – A Debate that Needs Consensus

References 1. Giovanetti S, Maggiore Q. A low-nitrogen diet with proteins of high biological value for severe chronic uraemia. Lancet 1: 1000-1003, 1964. 2. Sakaguchi T, Kobayashi S, Yano T, Yoshimoto W. How long does it take from CKD estimated GFR 10ml/min/1,73 m2 to the initiation of haemodialysis?-The comparison of diabetic nephropathy and other CKDs. Nephrol Dial Transplant 29 (Suppl.3):iii386,2014. 3. Marx S, Petrilla A, Filipovic I, Lee WC. Resource and cost burden of chronic kidney disease (CKD) stage 3

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Effect of High Methionine and Folic Acid Diet on the Level of Homocysteine and Lipid Profile in Experimental Rats

REFERENCES 1. Berg J.M., Tymoczko J.L., Stryer L., Biochemistry. 2005, PWN Warszawa, Poland (in Polish). 2. Bieżanowska-Kopeć R., Leszczyńska T., The effect of the addition of methionine to the AIN-93G semi-synthetic diet on the levels of homocysteine and lipids in experimental rats. J. Nutr. Health Aging, 2012, 16, 395–400. 3. Bieżanowska-Kopeć R., Nosek M., Pisulewski P.M., Effect of graded dietary levels of folic acid, vitamin B 12 and vitamin B 6 on serum homocysteine concentrations in rats fed semi-purified diets. Ann. Nutr. Metabol

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Particularities of the Diet Used in Milk Allergy

Sci Technol 93: 211–223, 2013. 8. Liu ZQ, Yang PC. Hapten may play an important role in food allergen-related intestinal immune inflammation. N Am J Med Sci 3: 103–106, 2011. 9. García BE, Lizaso MT. Cross-reactivity syndromes in food allergy. J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 21: 162-170, 2011. 10. Kennedy K . Providing a dairy-free diet for children. Community Pract 83: 38-40, 2010. 11. Tzifi F, Grammeniatis V, Papadopoulos M. Soy- and rice-based formula and infant allergic to cow’s milk. Endocr Metab Immune Disord Drug Targets

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Dietary Intake In Adult Female Coeliac Disease Patients In Slovenia

1 Introduction Coeliac disease (CD) is a chronic disease caused by an inappropriate immune response to the protein found in grains of wheat (gliadin), rye (secalin), barley (hordeins) and possibly oats (avenin), which are collectively known as prolamins. Patients with coeliac disease should eliminate all food containing gluten (wheat, spelt, rye, kamut, barley, oats), and all products containing listed grains or wheat starch from the diet ( 1 ). Gluten-free (GF) foods are foods that contain up to 20 mg/kg gluten (20 ppm). This applies to both natural GF

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Nutrition – facts and myths

REFERENCES 1. Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study investigators, Associations of fats and carbohydrate intake with cardiovascular disease and mortality in 18 countries from five continents (PURE): a prospective cohort study, Lancet 390 (2017) 2050–2062; https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)32252-3 2. M. Apostolopoulou, K. Michalakis, A. Miras, A. Hatzitolios and C. Savopoulos, Nutrition in the primary and secondary prevention of stroke, Maturitas 72 (2012) 29–34; https://doi.org/S0378-5122(12)00076-X 3. GBD 2017 Diet

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Does the Abundance of Voles Microtus spp. Still Determine a Number of Wintering Long-Eared Owls Asio Otus?

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Effect of Soya based Protein Rich Diet on Glycaemic Parameters and Thyroid Function Tests in Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

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Altered Gabab Receptor Thermoregulatory Function in Rats with Diet-Induced Obesity

in rats. European journal of pharmacology, 2008, 601(1-3), 106-10. 8. Corwin RL, Wojnicki FH. Baclofen, raclopride, and naltrexone differentially affect intake of fat and sucrose under limited access conditions. Behav Pharmacol, 2009, 20(5-6), 537-48. 9. Sato I, Arima H, Ozaki N, et al. Peripherally administered baclofen reduced food intake and body weight in db/db as well as diet-induced obese mice. FEBS letters. 2007, 581(25), 4857-64. 10. Sampey BP, Vanhoose AM, Winfield HM, et al. Cafeteria diet is a robust model of human metabolic syndrome

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Comprehensive Lifestyle Interventions in Obstructive Sleep Apneea

comparing gastric bypass and intensive lifestyle intervention. J Clin Sleep Med. 2013;9:427-432. 19. McDoniel SO, Hammond RS. A comprehensive treatment program for obese adults diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea: a pilot study. Top Clin Nutr. 2010;25(2):172-179. 20. Papandreou C, Schiza SE, Bouloukaki I, et al. Effect of Mediterranean diet versus prudent diet combined with physical activity on OSAS: a randomised trial. Eur Respir J. 2012;39:1-7. 21. Morgenthaler TI, Kapen S, Lee-Chiong T, et al. Practice parameters for the medical therapy of

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A high-MUFA diet alone does not affect ketone body metabolism, but reduces glycated hemoglobin when combined with exercise training in diabetic rats

levels of ketone bodies may evoke a serious metabolic complication known as diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) [ 1 ]. Lifestyle interventions for the management of diabetes mellitus fundamentally involve exercise and diet. Exercise training is broadly known to have beneficial effects on glycemic control in diabetic patients by improving glucose tolerance, decreasing pancreatic β cell workload and improving insulin sensitivity [ 2 ]. Exercise training can improve glucose homeostasis and fatty acid and ketone metabolism in animal models of diabetes. These include decreased

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