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Geometric structure of the femoral neck measured using dual‐energy X‐ray absorptiometry
There was a strong linear association between the CSMI measured directly and using DXA in both cadaver bones and the aluminum step wedge, indicating that it is possible to estimate reproducibly the bending rigidity of bone from DXA measurements.
Dairy Calcium is Related to Changes in Body Composition during a Two-Year Exercise Intervention in Young Women
- Yi-Chin Lin, R. Lyle, L. McCabe, G. McCabe, C. Weaver, D. Teegarden
- MedicineJournal of the American College of Nutrition
- 1 November 2000
Cal calcium adjusted for energy intake had a negative relationship and vitamin A intake a positive relationship with two year changes in total body weight and body fat in young women aged 18 to 31 years in this randomized exercise intervention trial.
Vitamin D: emerging new roles in insulin sensitivity
Substantial evidence supports a relationship between vitamin D status and insulin sensitivity; however, the underlying mechanisms require further exploration.
Previous milk consumption is associated with greater bone density in young women.
- D. Teegarden, R. Lyle, W. Proulx, C. Johnston, C. Weaver
- MedicineThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 May 1999
Results were consistent with the hypothesis that higher milk intake during adolescence is associated with greater total body, spine, and radial bone mineral measures during development of peak bone mass, whereas current calcium intakes may influence SBMC.
Impact of exercise on bone health and contraindication of oral contraceptive use in young women.
Exercise in oral contraceptive users prevented the increase observed in the spine of the nonexercise plus OCont group, and exercise prevented a decline in TBBMC seen in the nonexercisers.
Dairy-Rich Diets Augment Fat Loss on an Energy-Restricted Diet: A Multicenter Trial
Data indicate that dairy-rich diets augment weight loss by targeting the fat compartment during energy restriction, and similar effects were noted among all subjects completing the study and in an intent-to-treat analysis.
Vitamin D supplementation during exercise training does not alter inflammatory biomarkers in overweight and obese subjects
Vitamin D supplementation in healthy, overweight, and obese adults participating in a resistance training intervention did not augment exercise-induced changes in inflammatory biomarkers.
Dietary calcium, protein, and phosphorus are related to bone mineral density and content in young women.
Anthropometric measures were predictors of bone mass and a single ratio of calcium to phosphorus or protein did not optimize bone mass across the range of calcium intakes.
Calcium and Dairy Product Modulation of Lipid Utilization and Energy Expenditure
Investigation of the impact of dietary calcium or dairy product intake on total energy expenditure, fat oxidation, and thermic effect of a meal during a weight loss trial found no significant effect on energy expenditure or fat oxidation.
Stilbenoids remodel the DNA methylation patterns in breast cancer cells and inhibit oncogenic NOTCH signaling through epigenetic regulation of MAML2 transcriptional activity
The role for epigenetics in regulation of NOTCH signaling in breast cancer may constitute a common mechanism of activation of oncogenic signals and this study provides support for epigenetic-targeting strategies in anticancer approaches.