Nutrition Research2017-11-13T17:41:41+00:00

Inclusion of almonds in a cholesterol-lowering diet improves plasma HDL subspecies and cholesterol efflux to serum in normal-weight individuals with elevated LDL cholesterol.

Berryman, C.E, J.A. Fleming, P.M. Kris-Etherton, 2017. Inclusion of almonds in a cholesterol-lowering diet improves plasma HDL subspecies and cholesterol efflux to serum in normal-weight individuals with elevated LDL cholesterol. J. Nutr. 147(8). doi: 10.3945/jn.116.245126.

Effect of almond supplementation on glycemia and cardiovascular risk factors in Asian Indians in north India with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A 24-week study.

Gulati, S., A. Misra, R.M. Pandey, 2017. Effect of almond supplementation on glycemia and cardiovascular risk factors in Asian Indians in north India with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A 24-week study. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders. doi:10.1089/met.2016.0066.

In vitro and in vivo modeling of lipid bioaccessibility and digestion from almond muffins: The importance of the cell-wall barrier mechanism.

Grassby, T., G. Mandalari, M. M.-L. Grundy, C.H. Edwards, C. Bisignano, D. Trombetta, A. Smeriglio, S. Chessa, S. Ray, J. Sanderson, S.E. Berry, P.R. Ellis, K.W. Waldron, 2017. In vitro and in vivo modeling of lipid bioaccessibility and digestion from almond muffins: The importance of the cell-wall barrier mechanism.

A walnut-containing meal had similar effects on early satiety, CCK, and PYY, but attenuated the postprandial GLP-1 and insulin response compared to a nut-free control meal.

Rock, C.L., S.W. Flatt, H.S. Barkai, B. Pakiz, D.D. Heath, 2017. A walnut-containing meal had similar effects on early satiety, CCK, and PYY, but attenuated the postprandial GLP-1 and insulin response compared to a nut-free control meal. Appetite. 117:51-57.

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