Single-Meal Nutrient Assessment by a Self-Administered, Electronic Exit Survey Compared with a Multipass Dietary Interview in University Undergraduates in an All-You-Care-to-Eat Campus Dining Hall
Assessing nutritional intake in all-you-care-to-eat dining facilities poses unique challenges. New methods that streamline accurate data collection would facilitate better nutrition intervention research in this dining hall environment, which is common on university campuses. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 24, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Margaret Slavin, Alexandra Polasky, Katelyn Vieyra, Amy Best, Lois Durant, Cara Frankenfeld Tags: Research Source Type: research

May 2019 Sites in Review
These web resources complement the original research brief “Compared to Pre-prepared Meals, Fully and Partly Home-Cooked Meals in Diverse Families with Young Children Are More Likely to Include Nutritious Ingredients” published in the May issue of the Journal (pp 818-830). (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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As Caring Professionals, Remember to Care for Ourselves
As nutrition and dietetics professionals who care for the health of others, are we doing enough to care for our own health —physical, emotional, and mental? (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 24, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Mary Russell Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

May 2019 People & Events
The Chinese Nutrition Society will host the 11th Asia Pacific Conference on Clinical Nutrition (APCCN) on September 19-22, 2019, in Nanjing, China. The Conference theme will be “Nutrition Research to Clinical Practice.” APCCN is a biennial international nutrition congress with over 2,000 participants, which will be aimed at presenting the latest development of nutrition science and promoting academic exchange among nutrition researchers across the world. For more info rmation, visit www.apccn2019.org. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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May 2019 New in Review
Mendes-Soares H, Raveh-Sadka T, Azulay S, et  al. JAMA Netw Open. 2019;2(2):e188102. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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Erratum
In “Is Nutrient Content and Other Label Information for Prescription Prenatal Supplements Different from Nonprescription Products?” from the September 2017 issue of the Journal (117(9):1429-1436), an error appears in Table 1, which affects the text in the results and conclusions sections on the pr oportion of products that exceed the UL levels for folate. The Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (ULs) for folate established by the Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, applies to the synthetic form of folate obtained from supplements, fortifi ed foods, or ...
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 24, 2019 Category: Nutrition Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

May 2019 Classified Advertisements
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Nutrient Intake, Diet Quality, and Diet Diversity in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and the Impact of the Low FODMAP Diet
Individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may modify their diet, which may pose nutritional risk. Further, some dietary approaches, such as a diet low in fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols (FODMAPs), are restrictive and may contribute to nutritional inadequacy. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 24, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Heidi M. Staudacher, Frances S.E. Ralph, Peter M. Irving, Kevin Whelan, Miranda C.E. Lomer Tags: Research Source Type: research

Alaska Native Children Do Not Prefer Sugar-Sweetened Fruit Drinks to Sugar-Free Fruit Drinks
Alaska Native children, including children of Yup ’ik descent, consume large volumes of sugar-sweetened fruit drinks, which contain added sugars that contribute to obesity, diabetes, and dental caries. To date, taste preference evaluations have not been conducted on commercially available sugar-free fruit drinks. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 13, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Donald L. Chi, Susan E. Coldwell, Lloyd Mancl, Scarlett Hopkins, Kirsten Senturia, Cameron L. Randall, Eliza Orr, Stephanie Cruz Tags: Research Source Type: research

The Academic, Behavioral, and Health Influence of Summer Child Nutrition Programs: A  Narrative Review and Proposed Research and Policy Agenda
Since 1975, the US Department of Agriculture has sponsored the Summer Food Service Program as a nationwide strategy for providing nutritious meals to children and youth (aged 18 years or younger) in low-income communities during the summer months. Many programs are sponsored by community organizations as well as school districts that may offer the program through the Summer Food Service Program or a seamless waiver, allowing them to extend school meals programs into the summer. These summer nutrition programs are designed to decrease food insecurity and improve health outcomes among at-risk populations. (Source: Journal of...
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 9, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Lindsey Turner, Hannah G. Calvert Tags: Research Source Type: research

Patients ’ Experiences and Perspectives of Telehealth Coaching with a Dietitian to Improve Diet Quality in Chronic Kidney Disease: A Qualitative Interview Study
Dietary behavior change interventions for the self-management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) have the potential to slow disease progression and reduce metabolic complications. Telehealth-delivered dietary interventions may assist in the self-management of CKD, although their acceptability by patients is unknown. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 9, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Molly M. Warner, Allison Tong, Katrina L. Campbell, Jaimon T. Kelly Tags: Research Source Type: research

Decreasing the Consumption of Foods with Sugar Increases Their Reinforcing Value: A Potential Barrier for Dietary Behavior Change
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) have recommended reducing added sugar intake since its inception in 1980. Nearly 40 years later, added sugar consumption still exceeds 2015-2020 DGA recommendations among most of the population. The reinforcing value of food influences eating behaviors, and foods high in added sugars are highly reinforcing. Restricting intake of foods high in added sugars as part of a low-sugar diet may increase their reinforcing value such that reducing consumption may be difficult to maintain. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 5, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Kyle D. Flack, Kelsey Ufholz, Shanon Casperson, Lisa Jahns, LuAnn Johnson, James N. Roemmich Tags: Research Source Type: research

Correlates of Prenatal Diet Quality in Low-Income Hispanic Women
Low-income Hispanic women are at-risk of poor prenatal diet quality. Correlates associated with prenatal diet quality in this group of women are understudied. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 4, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Lauren Thomas Berube, Mary Jo Messito, Kathleen Woolf, Andrea Deierlein, Rachel Gross Tags: Research Source Type: research

The Association between Oral Nutritional Supplements and 30-Day Hospital Readmissions of Malnourished Patients at a US Academic Medical Center
Malnutrition affects up to 50% of hospitalized patients and contributes to adverse health and economic outcomes, but often remains unrecognized or undertreated. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - April 3, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Gerard E. Mullin, Linlin Fan, Suela Sulo, Jamie Partridge Tags: Research Source Type: research

Eating Pleasure in a Sample of Obese Brazilian Women: A Qualitative Report of an Interdisciplinary Intervention Based on the Health at Every Size Approach
Health at Every Size (HAES) is a weight-neutral approach focused on promoting healthy behaviors in people with different body sizes and on enhancing pleasure derived from consuming food to achieve sustainable healthy eating outcomes. However, to the best of our knowledge, there are no studies in the literature assessing the effects of the HAES approach on perceptions of eating pleasure. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 30, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Fernanda Sabatini, Mariana D. Ulian, Isabel Perez, Ana J éssica Pinto, André Vessoni, Luiz Aburad, Fabiana B. Benatti, Patricia Lopes de Campos-Ferraz, Desire Coelho, Priscila de Morais Sato, Odilon J. Roble, Ramiro Fernandez Unsain, Roseanne C. Schuste Tags: Research Source Type: research

Practical Approaches to Managing Gift-Giving
Appreciative customers ∗ sometimes offer nutrition and dietetics practitioners gifts, but these expressions of gratitude may pose an ethical dilemma for the practitioner, particularly for gifts that are more costly or personal in nature. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 28, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Tony Peregrin Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

Rationale and Study Protocol for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics ’ Outpatient Oncology Outcomes Feasibility Study
Cancer represents a substantial health and economic burden in the United States. As the second most common cause of death, cancer kills approximately 1,670 people per day.1 Nearly 1.74 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in 2018.1 Direct medical costs associated with cancer were estimated to be $80.2 billion in 2015, with roughly 52% of those costs for hospital outpatient or office-based provider visits.1 This represents a substantial shift to managing cancer treatment and its side effects in the outpatient vs inpatient setting. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 27, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Dolores D. Guest, Tricia Cox, Anne Coble Voss, Andreea Nguyen, Kerry McMillen, Valaree Williams, Jim Lee, Pam Beck, Karilynne Lenning, Teresa Titus-Howard, Jennifer Petersen, Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

Prevalence of Thiamin Deficiency in Ambulatory Patients with Heart Failure
Thiamin is a required coenzyme in energy production reactions that fuel myocardial contraction. Therefore, thiamin deficiency (TD) may aggravate cardiac dysfunction in patients with systolic heart failure (HF). (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 27, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Parastoo Azizi-Namini, Mavra Ahmed, Andrew T. Yan, Sarah Desjardins, Abdul Al-Hesayen, Iqwal Mangat, Mary Keith Tags: Research Source Type: research

Culinary Medicine and the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist: Time for a Leadership Role
The robust evidence base linking healthy dietary patterns to well-being and a lowered risk of disease have prompted an array of strategies focused on strengthening undergraduate and graduate medical education and training in nutrition across the United States.1,2 The call for medical education reforms by the Association of American Medical Colleges, the Association of Academic Health Centers, the American Heart Association, and other advisory organizations focuses on broadening training programs in medical education to include interprofessional education, an array of prevention topics including lifestyle medicine and expan...
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 26, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Hope Barkoukis, James Swain, Catherine Rogers, Stephanie R. Harris Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

The Effect of a Digital Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention on Adherence to the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Dietary Pattern in Medically Vulnerable Primary  Care Patients: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
Obesity treatment focuses primarily on reducing overall caloric intake with limited focus on improving diet quality. The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) dietary pattern is effective in managing hypertension and other chronic conditions, yet it is not clear whether behavioral weight control interventions improve DASH adherence. We conducted a post hoc analysis of a behavioral weight loss intervention that did not emphasize diet quality and examined whether the intervention impacted DASH adherence in medically vulnerable community health center patients. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Dori Steinberg, Melissa Kay, Jasmine Burroughs, Laura P. Svetkey, Gary G. Bennett Tags: Research Source Type: research

Effective Treatment for Acute Pancreatitis Depends on Underlying Etiologies
Heinzman and colleagues,1 in the Practice Applications section of the June 2018 issue of this Journal, discuss the increasing incidence of acute pancreatitis (AP) in the pediatric population, emphasizing the lack of data on medical nutrition therapy for this condition. They discuss the lack of clarity among dietitians about the term “low-fat diet” for treatment for this population. A sample of dietitians surveyed recommended definitions varying from (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Katherine S. Rhodes, Lauren Williams, Lori Welstead, Wahida Karmally, Lori Alexander, Lindsey Sutton Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

Authors ’ Response
In general, a low-fat diet has not been shown to expedite time to discharge, resolution of pain, or return to normal lipase levels for stable pediatric patients with acute pancreatitis (AP).1 In spite of this, we acknowledge the benefit of a low-fat diet for patients with AP when it is associated with secondary causes of hypertriglyceridemia and disorders of hypertriglyceridemia including familial chylomicronemia syndrome. Hypertriglyceridemic AP is a less common cause of AP in children than in adults according to available studies, but it should still be considered in the work-up for AP in this patient population. (Source...
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Christie Heinzman, Rebecca Wilhelm, Maisam Abu-El-Haija Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

2019 Academy Member Benefits Update
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Academy) is the largest organization of food and nutrition experts in the world, supporting more than 100,000 credentialed practitioners —registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs), nutrition and dietetics technicians, registered (NDTR), and other dietetics professionals holding undergraduate and advanced degrees in nutrition and dietetics, and students. As the organization looks to the future, we continue to recognize that the need s of our members are constantly evolving. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: The Academy Member Services Team Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

April 2019 Sites in Review
These web resources complement the commentary “Complexities in Conceptualizing and Measuring Food Literacy” published in the April issue of the Journal (pp 563-573). (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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To Support All: Diversity and Inclusion
The Academy encourages diversity and inclusion by striving to recognize, respect, and include differences in ability, age, creed, culture, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, size, and socioeconomic characteristics in the nutrition and dietetics profession. —Academy’s revised Diversity Definition, adopted by the Board of Directors (February 2019) (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Mary Russell Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

April 2019 People & Events
Registration is open for the 2019 Symposium in Atlanta, GA, on May 2-4, 2019. This year we are focused on, “Strategic Communications: Leading Change to Advance Nutrition Practice.” With over 15 outstanding speakers and 2+ days of content (including a pre-symposium optional session), this meeting is not to be missed! Learn more and register at www.cnmdpg.org. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

April 2019 New in Review
Matthews A, Peterson C, Peugh J, Mitan L. Eur Eat Disord Rev. 2019; doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/erv.2632. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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April 2019 Classified Advertisements
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Deconstructing the Family Meal: Are Characteristics of the Mealtime Environment Associated with the Healthfulness of Meals  Served?
Multiple studies and guidelines emphasize the benefits associated with family meals. However, family meals are not well defined and little research has been conducted to determine whether mealtime characteristics are associated with the healthfulness of foods served. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 18, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Nicole Kasper, Sarah C. Ball, Kristina Halverson, Alison L. Miller, Danielle Appugliese, Julie C. Lumeng, Karen E. Peterson Tags: Research Source Type: research

Toward a Global Definition of Professionalism for Nutrition and Dietetics Education: A  Systematic Review of the Literature
Professionalism of health care practitioners is central to safe and ethical health care, and forms part of the trust that the public places in health care practitioners. Lapses in professionalism in health care present considerable challenges and can have serious consequences and outcomes. Teaching, learning, and assessing professionalism is an important component of nutrition and dietetics education. There is scant peer-reviewed published research related to professionalism in nutrition and dietetics. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 13, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Janeane Dart, Louise McCall, Susan Ash, Merran Blair, Cliona Twohig, Claire Palermo Tags: Research Source Type: research

Associations between Sleep and Dietary Patterns among Low-Income Children Attending  Preschool
Sleep disturbances and low-quality diets are prevalent among children in low-income settings, yet the nature of their relationship remains unclear. In particular, whether aspects other than sleep duration, including timing and quality, are associated with dietary patterns has rarely been examined, especially among preschool-aged children. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 13, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Erica C. Jansen, Karen E. Peterson, Julie C. Lumeng, Niko Kaciroti, Monique K. LeBourgeois, Kathleen Chen, Alison L. Miller Tags: Research Source Type: research

The Relative Contribution of Food Groups to Macronutrient Intake in Children with Cystic Fibrosis: A European Multicenter Assessment
Optimal nutrition for children with cystic fibrosis (CF) improves prognosis and survival, but an increased caloric intake recommendation for this population raises concerns about the nutrient profile of their diets. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 9, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Joaquim Calvo-Lerma, Jessie Hulst, Mieke Boon, Tiago Martins, Mar Ruperto, Carla Colombo, Victoria Forn és-Ferrer, Sandra Woodcock, Ine Claes, Inês Asseiceira, María Garriga, Anna Bulfamante, Etna Masip, Sylvia Walet, Paula Crespo, Lauretta Valmarana, Tags: Research Source Type: research

Differences in Respiratory Muscle Strength Measures in Well-Nourished and Malnourished Hospitalized Patients
Objective indicators of nutritional status are essential for accurate identification of malnutrition. Previous research has indicated an association between measures of respiratory muscle strength (RMS) and nutritional status. Measurement of RMS —including maximal inspiratory pressure (MIP), maximal expiratory pressure (MEP), and sniff nasal inspiratory pressure (SNIP)—may provide evidence to support the assessment of nutritional status in hospitalized patients. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 9, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Hillary K. Zellner, Olivia A. Moss, Sarah J. Peterson, Stephanie Hicks-McGarry, Ellen Moran, Ellen Becker, Sharon Foley Tags: Research Source Type: research

Household Food Insecurity and Home Food Availability in Relation to Youth Diet, Body Mass Index, and Adiposity
Food security status is related to food types available in the home, which may shape youth dietary patterns, with implications for obesity. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 8, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Melissa N. Poulsen, Lisa Bailey-Davis, Jonathan Pollak, Annemarie G. Hirsch, Brian S. Schwartz Tags: Research Source Type: research

The Effects of Prebiotics and Substances with Prebiotic Properties on Metabolic and Inflammatory Biomarkers in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review
Intestinal bacteria composition and prebiotics may play a role in the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 1, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Angela G. Colantonio, Sharon L. Werner, Melissa Brown Tags: Research Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Nutrition Specialists on  Pediatric Weight Management Outcomes in Multicomponent Pediatric Weight Management Interventions: A Systematic Review and Exploratory Meta-Analysis
Nutrition specialists are considered key members of multicomponent pediatric weight management intervention teams, but to date, their contribution has not been quantified. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - March 1, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Kyle L. Thompson, Mei Chung, Deepa Handu, Melissa Gutschall, Sarah T. Jewell, Laura Byham-Gray, J. Scott Parrott Tags: Research Source Type: research

Fast-Food Offerings in the United States in 1986, 1991, and 2016 Show Large Increases in Food Variety, Portion Size, Dietary Energy, and Selected Micronutrients
US national survey data shows fast food accounted for 11% of daily caloric intake in 2007-2010. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - February 27, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Megan A. McCrory, Allen G. Harbaugh, Sarah Appeadu, Susan B. Roberts Tags: Research Source Type: research

March 2019 Sites in Review
These web resources complement the original research article “Child and adolescent sugar-sweetened beverage intakes are longitudinally associated with higher body mass index z scores in a birth cohort followed 17 years” (pp 425-434), published in the March issue of the Journal. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - February 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

Ethics and Civility: The Code We Live By
Consider this practice scenario: A skilled long-term care facility patient with severe dementia tells a registered dietitian nutritionist that she no longer wants to be fed via her gastrostomy feeding tube. She has no advanced directive. The resident ’s daughter wants her mother to be fed.1 (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - February 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Mary Russell Tags: Practice Applications Source Type: research

March 2019 People & Events
Registration is open for the 2019 Symposium in Atlanta, GA, on May 2-4, 2019. This year, we are focused on, “Strategic Communications: Leading Change to Advance Nutrition Practice.” With over 15 outstanding speakers and 2+ days of content (including a pre-symposium optional session), this meeting is not to be missed! Learn more and register at www.cnmdpg.org. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - February 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Tags: From the Academy Source Type: research

March 2019 New in Review
Zyriax BC, Vettorazzi E, Hamuda A, Windler E. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2018; https://doi.org/10.1038/s41430-018-0099-9. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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March 2019 Classified Advertisements
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Diet Quality Is an Indicator of Disease Risk Factors in Hispanic College Freshmen
No studies have assessed the relationship between diet quality, using the Healthy Eating Index (HEI), and adiposity, physical activity, and metabolic disease risk factors in a Hispanic college population. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association - February 21, 2019 Category: Nutrition Authors: Matthew J. Landry, Fiona M. Asigbee, Sarvenaz Vandyousefi, Erfan Khazaee, Reem Ghaddar, Jessica B. Boisseau, Benjamin T. House, Jaimie N. Davis Tags: Research Source Type: research

Editor ’s Note
This article, as well as others authored by Wansink in other journals, are still under review by Cornell University and an editorial decision will be take n on this article when Cornell University's investigation is complete or other new information becomes available. (Source: Journal of the American Dietetic Association)
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