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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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David B Milne
Healthy Body Weight Research


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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
INTERACTIONS AMONG DIETARY FAT, MINERAL STATUS AND PERFORMANCE OF ENDURANCEATHLETES -
Lukaski, H.C., Bolonchuk, W.W., Klevay, L.M., Milne, D.B., Sandstead, H.H. 2001. Interactions among dietary fat, mineral status and performance of endurance athletes. International Journal of Sport Nutrition. 11(2):186-198.
LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF TRACE ELEMENT AND MINERAL STATUS -
STATISTICAL ASSESSMENT OF COPPER STATUS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
Zaslavsky, B.G., Milne, D.B., Nielsen, F.H., Uthus, E.O. 2000. Statistical assessment of copper status in postmenopausal women [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 14:A221.
MODERATELY HIGH ZINC INTAKE IMPAIRS VERBAL MEMORY OF HEALTHY POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN ON A LOW COPPER DIET -
Penland, J.G., Milne, D.B., Davis, C.D. 2000. Moderately high zinc intake impairs verbal memory of healthy postmenopausal women on a low copper diet. In: Roussel, A.M., Favier, A.E., Anderson, R.A., editors. Trace Elements in Man and Animals 10. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, NY. p.1025-1030.
THE INTERACTION BETWEEN DIETARY FRUCTOSE AND MAGNESIUM ADVERSELY AFFECTS MACROMINERAL HOMEOSTASIS IN MEN -
Milne, D.B., Nielsen, F.H. 2000. The interaction between dietary fructose and magnesium adversely affects macromineral homeostasis in men. 19:31-37.
CHANGES IN DIETARY ZINC AND COPPER AFFECT ZINC STATUS INDICATORS OF POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN, NOTABLY, EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE AND AMYLOID PRECURSOR PROTEINS -
Davis, C.D., Milne, D.B., Nielsen, F.H. 2000. Changes in dietary zinc and copper affect zinc status indicators of postmenopausal women, notably, extracellular superoxide dismutase and amyloid precursor proteins. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 71:781-788.
EFFECTS OF LOW AND MODERATELY HIGH ZINC INTAKES ON ZINC (ZN), COPPER (CU) AND IRON (FE) NUTRITURE -
TRACE ELEMENTS -
CALCIUM BALANCE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH DIETARY CALCIUM INTAKES BETWEEN 650 AND 850 MG/DAY -
NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF BISON FED CONCENTRATE DIETS -
EXTRACELLULAR SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE ACTIVITY: A PROMISING INDICATOR OF ZINC STATUS IN HUMANS -
DIETARY MAGNESIUM AND FRUCTOSE AFFECT MICROMINERAL METABOLISM IN MEN -
COPPER INTAKE AND ASSESSMENT OF COPPER STATUS -
NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF FED BISON -
PLATELET CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE AS AN INDICATOR OF COPPER STATUS -
NUTRITION, THE OLDER ADULT AND THE LABORATORY -
EFFECT OF DIETARY MAGNESIUM (MG) AND COPPER (CU) ON INDICATORS OF CU AND MGSTATUS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
WORK INEFFICIENCY IN DIET-INDUCED MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
TRACE ELEMENTS -
MAGNESIUM DEPRIVATION AFFECTS CHOLESTEROL, CALCIUM AND COPPER METABOLISM INPOSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
ADULT RESPONSES TO VARIOUS SHORT-TERM DIETARY COPPER INTAKES: INSIGHTS ON HUMAN REQUIREMENTS AND INDICATORS OF STATUS -
ADULT RESPONSES TO VARIOUS SHORT-TERM DIETARY COPPER INTAKES: INSIGHTS ON HUMAN REQUIREMENTS AND INDICATORS OF STATUS -
CHROMIUM SUPPLEMENTATION AND RESISTANCE TRAINING: EFFECTS ON BODY COMPOSITION, STRENGTH AND TRACE ELEMENT STATUS OF MEN -
EFFECTS OF COPPER DEPRIVATION ON POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
ADULT RESPONSES TO VARIOUS SHORT-TERM DIETARY COPPER INTAKES: INSIGHTS ON HUMAN REQUIREMENTS AND INDICATORS OF STATUS -
COPPER STATUS AFFECTS THE RESPONSE TO MAGNESIUM DEPRIVATION AND MAGNESIUM NUTRITURE AFFECTS THE COPPER REQUIREMENT OF POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN -
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