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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), the leading peer-reviewed research journal in clinical nutrition, publishes original research findings and reviews which advance the understanding of human nutrition needs. Published since 1952, the AJCN is the most highly cited and the most highly ranked peer reviewed journal in the ISI Nutrition and Dietetics category. In addition to original research, the AJCN publishes review articles, editorials, commentaries, meeting reports and conference proceedings. For more information, go to www.ajcn.nutrition.org
DNA methylation potential: dietary intake and blood concentrations of one-carbon metabolites and cofactors in rural African women
DNA methylation potential: dietary intake and blood concentrations of one-carbon metabolites and cofactors in rural African women
P Dominguez-Salas, AM Prentice
Issue: Am J Clin Nutr. June 2013 97(6):1217-1227
Created: May 22, 2013
Views: 983 | Other views: 3 | Total: 986
Consumer attitudes and understanding of low sodium claims on food: An analysis of healthy and hypertensive individuals
Consumer attitudes and understanding of low sodium claims on food: An analysis of healthy and hypertensive individuals
Christina Wong, JoAnne Arcand, Julio Mendoza, Spencer Henson, Ying Qi, Wendy Lou, Mary L'Abbé
Issue: Am J Clin Nutr 2013; 97 (6): 1288
Created: May 21, 2013
Views: 789 | Other views: 1 | Total: 790
Effect of preterm birth and birth weight on eating behavior at 2 years
Effect of preterm birth and birth weight on eating behavior at 2 years
Audrey Migraine, Sophie Nicklaus, Patricia Parnet, Christine Lange, Sandrine Monnery-Patris, Clotilde Desrobert, Dominique Darmaun, Cyril Flamant, Valerie Amarger, Jean-Christophe Rozé
Issue: Am J Clin Nutr 2013: 97 (6): 1270
Created: May 21, 2013
Views: 2370 | Other views: 1 | Total: 2371
Low folate status enhances pregnancy changes in plasma betaine and dimethylglycine concentrations and the association between betaine and homocysteine
Low folate status enhances pregnancy changes in plasma betaine and dimethylglycine concentrations and the association between betaine and homocysteine
Silvia Fernandez-Roig, Michelle M Murphy
Issue: Am J Clin Nutr 2013; 97 (6): 1252
Created: May 17, 2013
Views: 915 | Other views: 1 | Total: 916
Factors predicting overweight in US kindergarteners
Factors predicting overweight in US kindergarteners
Glenn Flores, Hua Lin
Issue: Am J Clin Nutr 2013; 97 (6): 61178
Created: May 16, 2013
Views: 762 | Other views: 8 | Total: 770