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Mathews Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics

2474-7475

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WITHDRAWN: This article has been withdrawn

Published : 24th September 2020
Authors : Ma-Young Yeom1, Youn-Ok Cho2*
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Relationship between Obesity, Dietary Behaviour and Dietary Intake in Obese Omani Females (age 30 – 49 Years): A Cross-Sectional Study

Published : 26th August 2020
Authors : Monika Seth*, Monika Jain Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan, India
Citation : Seth M. (2020). Relationship between Obesity, Dietary Behaviour and Dietary Intake in Obese Omani Females (age 30 – 49 Years): A Cross-Sectional Study. Mathews J Nutr Diet. (4)1: 01.

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Prevalence of Specific IgG to Food Antigens in Bulgarian IBS Patients: A Preliminary Study

Published : 20th November 2018
Authors : Tsvetelina Velikova1*, Iskra Altankova1, Milena Peruhova2, Antoaneta Mihova1, Alexander Kukov3, Viktoriya Georgieva2 , Nonka Yurukova2, Gergana Mizgova4, Tsanka Mehandzhiyska-Marinova4,6, Velislava Terzieva1, Galina Zhelezova5, Ludmila Ivanova6
Citation : Velikova TV, Altankova I, Peruhova M, Mihova A, et al. (2018). Prevalence of Specific IgG to Food Antigens in Bulgarian IBS Patients: A Preliminary Study. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 3(1): 017.

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On Assessing Chromium, Cobalt and Nickel Nutritional Status by Analyzing Their Hair Frequency Distribution with a Median Derivatives Bioassay

Published : 24th September 2018
Authors : Momcilovic B1 , Prejac J2 , Morovic S3 , Brundić S1 , Celebic A4 , Skalny AV5 , Mimica N6
Citation : Momcilovic B, Prejac J, Morović S, Brundic S, et al. (2018). On Assessing Chromium, Cobalt and Nickel Nutritional Status by Analyzing Their Hair Frequency Distribution with a Median Derivatives Bioassay. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 3(1): 016.

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Correlation Between Body Weight and Total Body Fat Composition in Adults in A Community in Ghana

Published : 19th September 2017
Author : Frederick Vuvor1, Obed Harrison
Citation :  Vuvor F and Harrison O. (2017). Correlation Between Body Weight and Total Body Fat Composition in Adults in A Community in Ghana. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 2(1): 015.

Review Article

Adolescent Macro-Nutrition and Micro-Nutrition

Published : 08th May 2017
Authors : Farzana Akter1*, Khaleda Islam2
Citation : Akter F and Islam K. (2017). Adolescent Macro-Nutrition and Micro-Nutrition. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 2(1): 014.

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L-carnitine Partially Improves Metabolic Syndrome Symptoms but does not Reverse Perturbed Sperm Function or Infertility in High Fat Diet-Induced Obese Mice

Published : 27th March 2017
Authors : Mayumi Nagata1, Toshikazu Suzuki1,2
Citation : Nagata M and Suzuki T. (2017). L-carnitine Partially Improves Metabolic Syndrome Symptoms but does not Reverse Perturbed Sperm Function or Infertility in High Fat DietInduced Obese Mice. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 2(1): 013.

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Dietary Tradition, Nutritional Theories and Science

Published : 06th January 2017
Author : Tim H. Tanaka
Citation : Tanaka HT. (2017). Dietary Tradition, Nutritional Theories and Science. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 2(1): 011.

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The Elderly with Pressure Ulcer in Household: What has Dealing with Nutrients and Immunonutrients Shown?

Published : 06th January 2017
Authors : Karina Díaz Leyva de Oliveira1 , Adriana Haack2 , Renata Costa Fortes2
Citation : De Oliveira KDL, Haack A and Fortes RC. (2017). The elderly with pressure ulcer in household: what has dealing with nutrients and immunonutrients shown?. Mathews J Nutr Diet. 2(1): 012.

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