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- Menge, Lindsey, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Nutrition and cancer 2020 v.72 no.2 pp. 333-342
- bioactive compounds; cell growth; coculture; in vitro studies; interleukin-6; males; mitogen-activated protein kinase; neoplasm cells; nutrition risk assessment; obesity; phenotype; prostatic neoplasms
- ... Aim: Obesity increases the risk for aggressive and fatal prostate cancer (PCa). The bioactive compound silibinin has been researched for its chemopreventative properties and may benefit obese or overweight individuals with PCa. Methods: This study used an in vitro model of obesity exposing prostate cancer cells to sera from obese, overweight, or normal weight males with or without the addition of ...
- Menge, Lindsey, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Current developments in nutrition 2019 v.3 no.Supplement_1
- MyPyramid; beverages; desserts; e-mail; entrees; females; focus groups; food choices; fruits; issues and policy; nutrient content; nutrition education; nutrition knowledge; nutritional adequacy; nutritive value; snacks; surveys; t-test; vegetables
- ... Food consumed at work contributes to diet quality. Mandatory meetings often include catered foods selected by someone else. No research has investigated a worksite catered food environment. The objective of this study was foundational, to describe the nutritional quality of foods provided at employee meetings at a university, and explore perspectives and nutrition knowledge of administrative assis ...