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Growth and nutritional outcomes of children treated with the ketogenic diet.Academic Article Why?
Influence of exposure to low levels of gamma and fast neutron irradiation on the life span of animals. I. Effect of atherogenic diets on the response of rats to chronic x-irradiation.Academic Article Why?
Measurement error correction in nutritional epidemiology based on individual foods, with application to the relation of diet to breast cancer.Academic Article Why?
Back to basics: food for thought--and nutrition.Academic Article Why?
Association of Survival With Adherence to the American Cancer Society Nutrition and Physical Activity Guidelines for Cancer Survivors After Colon Cancer Diagnosis: The CALGB 89803/Alliance Trial.Academic Article Why?
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Dietary Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Risk: A Science Advisory From the American Heart Association.Academic Article Why?
The importance of different calorie sources in the intravenous nutrition of infants and children.Academic Article Why?
A sparse covarying unit that describes healthy and impaired human gut microbiota development.Academic Article Why?
Nutritional adequacy of dietary intake in women with anorexia nervosa.Academic Article Why?
Within- and between-individual variation in nutrient intake in children and adolescents.Academic Article Why?
Influence of exposure to low levels of gamma and fast neutron irradiation on the life span of animals. III. Effect of atherogenic diets on the survival of mice exposed to single and fractionated doses of whole body x-irradiation.Academic Article Why?
Relative validity and reproducibility of a quantitative FFQ for assessing nutrient intakes of vegetarians in Taiwan.Academic Article Why?
Repetitive eating questionnaire [Rep(eat)-Q]: Enlightening the concept of grazing and psychometric properties in a Portuguese sample.Academic Article Why?
Evolutionary adaptations to dietary changes.Academic Article Why?
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