Walnuts Consumed by Healthy Adults Provide Less Available Energy than Predicted by the Atwater Factors.

@article{Baer2016WalnutsCB,
  title={Walnuts Consumed by Healthy Adults Provide Less Available Energy than Predicted by the Atwater Factors.},
  author={D. Baer and S. Gebauer and J. Novotny},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2016},
  volume={146 1},
  pages={
          9-13
        }
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies have shown that the metabolizable energy (ME) content (energy available to the body) of certain nuts is less than predicted by the Atwater factors. However, very few nuts have been investigated to date, and no information is available regarding the ME of walnuts. OBJECTIVE A study was conducted to determine the ME of walnuts when consumed as part of a typical American diet. METHODS Healthy adults (n = 18; mean age = 53.1 y; body mass index = 28.8 kg/m(2… Expand
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