Nutrition & Metabolism


421  Clock proteins and training modify exercise capacity in a daytime-dependent manner.

420  High-resolution dietary reconstruction of victims of the 79 CE Vesuvius eruption at Herculaneum by compound-specific isotope analysis.

419  Dietary fructose improves intestinal cell survival and nutrient absorption.

418  A high-fat diet enhances microbiota-mediated conversion of dietary choline into a precursor of atherosclerosis-promoting trimethylamine N-oxide.

417  Total protein, not amino acid composition, differs in plant-based versus omnivorous dietary patterns and determines metabolic health effects in mice.

416  Severe caloric restriction in humans leads to reversible changes in the gut microbiota that promote weight loss and the expansion of an enteric pathogen in mice.

415  Obesity accelerates hair thinning by stem cell-centric converging mechanisms.

414  The nutritional quality of cereals varies geospatially in Ethiopia and Malawi.

413  Hunger enhances food-odour attraction through a neuropeptide Y spotlight.

412  Processed foods drive intestinal barrier permeability and microvascular diseases.

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