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The effects of daily intake timing of almond on the body composition and blood lipid profile of healthy adults.

Liu, Y., H.-J. Hwang, H. Ryu, Y.-S. Lee, H.-S. Kim, H. Park, 2017. The effects of daily intake timing of almond on the body composition and blood lipid profile of healthy adults. Nutrition Research and Practice. 11(6):479-486. BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: Timing of almond intake during a day may result differently in the perspectives of body composition and changes of lipid profile. The current study was conducted to compare the effects of daily almond intake as a

Time and intervention effects of daily almond intake on the changes of lipid profile and body composition among free-living healthy adults.

Liu, X., H.-J. Hwang, H.-S. Kim, H. Park, 2018. Time and intervention effects of daily almond intake on the changes of lipid profile and body composition among free-living healthy adults. J Med Food. 21(4):340-347. Favorable health benefits of almond have been shown in several previous studies. However, repeated measures, randomized, controlled trials to investigate the changes due to almond intake based on the time effects have not yet been reported. The current study was

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Glucoregulatory and Cardiometabolic Profiles of Almond vs. Cracker Snacking for 8 Weeks in Young Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Dhillon, J., M. Thorwald, N. De La Cruz, E. Vu, S.A. Asghar, Q. Kuse, L.K. Diaz Rios, R.M. Ortiz, 2018. Glucoregulatory and cardiometabolic profiles of almond vs. cracker snacking for 8 weeks in young adults: a randomized controlled trial. Nutrients. 10, 960; doi:10.3390/nu10080960 Abstract: The transition to nutritional independence makes new college students vulnerable to alterations in eating patterns, which can increase the risk of cardiometabolic disorders. The aim of the study was to

Consuming almonds vs. isoenergetic baked food does not differentially influence postprandial appetite or neural reward responses to visual food stimuli.

Sayer, R.D., J. Dhillon, G.G. Tamer, Jr., M-A Cornier, N. Chen, A.J. Wright, W.W. Campbell, R.D. Mattes, 2017. Consuming almonds vs. isoenergetic baked food does not differentially influence postprandial appetite or neural reward responses to visual food stimuli. Nutrients. doi: http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/9/8/807/pdf.

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