Tagged: Clinical Nutrition

Effectiveness of Carbohydrate Counting and DASH Diet on Managing Gestational Diabetes Mellitus among Pregnant Women who used Metformin: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is one of the most common complication of pregnancy that has significant impacts on both mother and her offspring health. The present study aimed to examine the effect of carbohydrate counting, carbohydrate counting combined with DASH, and control dietary interventions on glycemic control, and maternal and neonatal outcomes.

Associations of quantity and quality of carbohydrate sources with subjective appetite sensations during 3-year weight-loss maintenance: results from the PREVIEW intervention study

The association of quantity and quality of carbohydrate sources with appetite during long-term weight-loss maintenance (WLM) after intentional weight loss (WL) is unclear. We aimed to investigate longitudinal associations of quantity and quality of carbohydrate sources with changes in subjective appetite sensations during WLM.

Is the association between dietary patterns and cognition mediated by children’s adiposity? A longitudinal approach in Generation XXI birth cohort

There is a consistent body of evidence on the association between single nutrients and cognition, but the role of a healthful dietary pattern on cognition in children has been seldomly studied. This study aims to assess the association between dietary patterns at 4 years (y) and cognitive abilities at 10-13y and examine whether adiposity mediated these associations.

Pregnancy after bariatric surgery: effects of personalized nutrition counseling on pregnancy outcomes

Nutritional challenges following bariatric surgery can be intensified during pregnancy and may have crucial effects on the fetus, including lower birth weight. To the best of our knowledge, the effect of nutritional counseling during post-bariatric pregnancy to improve maternal diet quality and eating habits on neonatal outcome has not been evaluated. The aim of this research was to examine the effects of personal nutritional counseling during post-bariatric pregnancy on nutritional intake and neonatal outcomes.

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