Yearly Archives: 2019

N Clarke et al, 2019. Coffee ingestion improves 5 km cycling performance in men and women by a similar magnitude, Nutrients, publishd online.

ABSTRACT Caffeine is a well-established ergogenic aid, although research to date has predominantly focused on anhydrous caffeine, and in men. The primary aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of coffee ingestion on 5 km cycling time trial performance, and to establish whether sex differences exist. A total of 38 participants (19 […]

J W Kim et al, 2019. Coffee intake and decreased amyloid pathology in human brain, Translational Psychiatry, Volume 9 (1).

ABSTRACT Several epidemiological and preclinical studies supported the protective effect of coffee on Alzheimer’s disease (AD). However, it is still unknown whether coffee is specifically related with reduced brain AD pathologies in human. Hence, this study aims to investigate relationships between coffee intake and in vivo AD pathologies, including cerebral beta-amyloid (Aβ) deposition, the neurodegeneration of AD-signature regions, and cerebral white […]

Y Sun et al, 2019. Caffeine intake and the risk of recurrent kidney stones in adults, an analysis of 2007 – 2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, European Journal of Nutrition, published online.

ABSTRACT PURPOSE: The association between caffeine intake and the risk of recurrent kidney stones is unknown. We examined the association between caffeine intake and the risk of recurrent kidney stones in adults. METHODS: Individuals with history of passing at least one kidney stone were included from 2007 to 2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. […]

C Ekmekcioglu, 2019. Nutrition and longevity – from mechanisms to uncertainties, Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, published online.

ABSTRACT Genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors primarily determine the lifespan of humans. From these, nutrition is a key component affecting our health, and several studies particularly in model organisms and rodents have shown that nutrition has also the potential to increase lifespan. This review, therefore, aimed to summarize and discuss the most important nutritional components […]

H R Lieberman et al, 2019. Demographics, Sleep, and Daily Patterns of Caffeine Intake of Shift Workers in a Nationally Representative Sample of the US Adult Population, Sleep, published online.

ABSTRACT STUDY OBJECTIVE: Caffeine is the most widely consumed stimulant in the world and sociodemographic factors including occupation are associated with intake. Shift work, required in various occupations, is associated with poor sleep, inadequate diet, and adverse health effects. Using a large nationally-representative database, demographics, sleep, and caffeine intake of US adults working various shifts […]

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