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[Nutritional risk evaluation and establishment of nutritional support in oncology patients according to the protocol of the Spanish Nutrition and Cancer Group].
INTRODUCTION Cancer and its oncological treatment cause symptoms which increase the patients risk to suffer from malnutrition. This affects the patients health status negatively by increasing theExpand
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Impact of two low-calorie meals with and without bread on the sensation of hunger, satiety and amount of food consumed.
BACKGROUND The aim was to compare the differences in feelings of hunger and satiety in a group of overweight/obese women after eating a test meal with or without bread. PATIENTS AND METHODS TheExpand
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[Efficacy evaluation of an oral powder supplement enriched with eicosapentaenoic acid in cancer patients].
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The beneficial effect of eicosapentaenoic acid in cancer patients is widely described especially in relation to its role in tumour cachexia. The aim of the study was toExpand
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[Self-perception of cancer patients on the relationship existing between their nutritional status, their feeding status, and their illness].
INTRODUCTION Knowing the opinion of oncologic patients about the importance they give to their feeding, the difficulties they have with feeding, their body image, weight, and ponderal changes, theExpand
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[Knowledge of nutrition labelling in general population. Assessment surveys conducted in La Paz University Hospital in Madrid during the 9th "National Nutrition Day 2010"].
INTRODUCTION Nutrition labelling (NL) provides information on the energy and nutrients in a food and it represents a valuable tool to help consumers make informed decisions about their diet andExpand
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