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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Increase Risk for Hyperuricemia

September 27, 2016

According to the CDC, sugar-sweetened beverages are the largest source of added sugar in the average American’s diet, and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend individuals consume no more than ten percent of calories per day from processed or added sugar. From the UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute (NRI), scientists are investigating the connection between […]

Breaking Down the New Dietary Guidelines – Sugar

January 22, 2016

At the NC Research Campus (NCRC) in Kannapolis, North Carolina, university and corporate scientists are devoted to identifying connections between fruits, vegetables, and the beneficial nutrients they have to offer in a daily diet. A series of articles over the next six weeks will break down the fundamentals of the new dietary guidelines and illustrate […]

Bananas Best for Bicyclists

January 22, 2016

Read the original article on Dole Nutrition News. Bananas Improve Athletic Performance and Recovery in Cyclists Athletes, listen up! If you’re preparing for your next long-distance race, you may want to throw a few bananas in your gym bag. Researchers at the North Carolina Research Campus, including Dole Nutrition Institute and Appalachian State University scientists, […]

Kupffer cell depletion protects against the steatosis, but not the liver damage, 1 induced by marginal copper, high fructose diet in male rats

March 26, 2015

Kupffer cell depletion protects against the steatosis, but not the liver damage, 1 induced by marginal copper, high fructose diet in male rats, 2015 Mar 26, Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol., Song M1, Schuschke DA2, Zhou Z3, Zhong W3, Zhang J2, Zhang X2, Wang Y2, McClain CJ2. 1University of Louisville m0song03@louisville.edu. 2University of Louisville. 3University of North […]