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Nancy Butte
Houston, Texas
Nutrition Scientist

Phone: (713) 798-7179
Fax: (713) 798-7187

1100 BATES ST
HOUSTON , TX 77030


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Genome-wide scan revealed genetic loci for energy metabolism in Hispanic children and adolescents -
Cai, G., Cole, S.A., Butte, N.F., Voruganti, V.S., Comuzzie, A.G. 2008. Genome-wide scan revealed genetic loci for energy metabolism in Hispanic children and adolescents. International Journal of Obesity. 32:579-585.
Characterization of adult ghrelin and ghrelin receptor knockout mice under positive and negative energy balance -
Sun, Y., Butte, N.F., Garcia, J.M., Smith, R.G. 2008. Characterization of adult ghrelin and ghrelin receptor knockout mice under positive and negative energy balance. Endocrinology. 149(2):843-850.
A quantitative trait locus on chromosome 13q affects fasting glucose levels in Hispanic children -
Cai, G., Cole, S.A., Butte, N.F., Voruganti, V.S., Comuzzie, A.G. 2007. A quantitative trait locus on chromosome 13q affects fasting glucose levels in Hispanic children. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 92(12):4893-4896.
Body size, body composition, and metabolic profile explain higher energy expenditure in overweight children -
Butte, N.F., Puyau, M.R., Vohra, F.A., Adolph, A.L., Mehta, N.R., Zakeri, I. 2007. Body size, body composition, and metabolic profile explain higher energy expenditure in overweight children. Journal of Nutrition. 137(12):2660-2667.
DXA: Can it be used as a criterion reference for body fat measurements in children? -
Shypailo, R.J., Butte, N.F., Ellis, K.J. 2008. DXA: Can it be used as a criterion reference for body fat measurements in children?. Obesity. 16(2):457-462.
GENOME-WIDE SCAN FOR SERUM GHRELIN DETECTS LINKAGE ON CHROMOSOME 1P36 IN HISPANIC CHILDREN: RESULTS FROM THE VIVA LA FAMILIA STUDY -
Voruganti, V.S., Goring, H.H., Diego, V.P., Cai, G., Mehta, N.R., Haack, K., Cole, S.A., Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A.G. 2007. Genome-wide scan for serum ghrelin detects linkage on chromosome 1p36 in Hispanic children: Results from the Viva la Familia study. Pediatric Research. 62(4):445-450.
Energy imbalance underlying the development of childhood obesity -
Butte, N.F., Christiansen, E., Sorensen, T.I.A. 2007. Energy imbalance underlying the development of childhood obesity. Obesity. 15(12):3056-3066.
BIVARIATE LINKAGE CONFIRMS GENETIC CONTRIBUTION TO FETAL ORIGINS OF CHILDHOOD GROWTH AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE RISK IN HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Cai, G., Cole, S.A., Haack, K., Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A.G. 2007. Bivariate linkage confirms genetic contribution to fetal origins of childhood growth and cardiovascular disease risk in Hispanic children. Human Genetics. 121(6):737-744.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN NONOVERWEIGHT AND OVERWEIGHT HISPANIC CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS -
Butte, N.F., Puyau, M.R., Adolph, A.L., Vohra, F.A., Zakeri, I. 2007. Physical activity in nonoverweight and overweight Hispanic children and adolescents. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 39(8):1257-1266.
METABOLIC AND BEHAVIORAL PREDICTORS OF WEIGHT GAIN IN HISPANIC CHILDREN: THE VIVA LA FAMILIA STUDY -
Butte, N.F., Cai, G., Cole, S.A., Wilson, T.A., Fisher, J.O., Zakeri, I.F., Ellis, K.J., Comuzzie, A.G. 2007. Metabolic and behavioral predictors of weight gain in Hispanic children: The Viva la Familia Study. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 85(6):1478-1485.
Heritability of hyperphagic eating behavior and appetite-related hormones among Hispanic children -
Fisher, J.O., Cai, G., Jaramillo, S.J., Cole, S.A., Comuzzie, A.G., Butte, N.F. 2007. Heritability of hyperphagic eating behavior and appetite-related hormones among Hispanic children. Obesity. 15(6):1484-1495.
Evaluation of the feasibility of international growth standards for school-aged children and adolescents -
Butte, N.F., Garza, C., De Onis, M. 2007. Evaluation of the feasibility of international growth standards for school-aged children and adolescents. Journal of Nutrition. 137(1):153-157.
Risk for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in Hispanic Youth with BMI > or = 95th percentile -
Quiros-Tejeira, R.E., Rivera, C.A., Ziba, T.T., Mehta, N., Smith, C.W., Butte, N.F. 2007. Risk for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in Hispanic Youth with BMI > or = 95th percentile. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 44(2):228-236.
Pediatric obesity in Texas: does the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy affect child nutrition? -
Pediatric Obesity Prevention Study Working Group (Pohl, J.F., Wong, W., Butte, N., et al.). 2006. Pediatric obesity in Texas: Does the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy affect child nutrition? Texas Medicine. 102(10):47-57.
ENERGY IMBALANCE UNDERLYING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Butte, N., Christiansen, E., Sorensen, T. 2006. Energy imbalance underlying the development of childhood obesity in Hispanic children [abstract]. Obesity. 14:A68.
Linkage analysis of circulating levels of adiponectin in hispanic children -
Tejero, M.E., Cai, G., Goring, H.H.H., Diego, V., Cole, S.A., Bacino, C.A., Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A.G. 2007. Linkage analysis of circulating levels of adiponectin in Hispanic children. International Journal of Obesity. 31(3):535-542.
Pleiotropic effects between endocrine traits and energy expenditure in Hispanic children -
Tejero, M.E., Cai, G., Butte, N., Lopez-Alvarenga, J.C., Mehta, N., Cole, S.A., Comuzzie, A. 2006. Pleiotropic effects between endocrine traits and energy expenditure in Hispanic children [abstract]. Obesity. 14:A197.
Genome-wide scan for plasma ghrelin detects linkage on chromosome 1p36 in Hispanic children: Results from the Viva La Familia study -
Voruganti, S.V., Goring, H.H., Diego, V.P., Cai, G., Mehta, N., Haack, K., Cole, S.A., Butte, N., Comuzzie, A. 2006. Genome-wide scan for plasma ghrelin detects linkage on chromosome 1p36 in Hispanic children: Results from the Viva La Familia study [abstract]. Obesity. 14:A196.
Evaluation of the feasibility of international growth standards for school-aged children and adolescents -
Butte, N.F., Garza, C., De Onis, M. 2006. Evaluation of the feasibility of international growth standards for school-aged children and adolescents. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 27(4):S169-S174.
NORMALIZATION OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE DATA FOR DIFFERENCES IN BODY MASS OR COMPOSITION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS -
Zakeri, I., Puyau, M.R., Adolph, A.L., Vohra, F.A., Butte, N.F. 2006. Normalization of energy expenditure data for differences in body mass or composition in children and adolescents. Journal of Nutrition. 136(5):1371-1376.
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN -
Butte, N.F. 2006. Energy requirements of infants and children. In: Rigo, J., Zeigler, E.E., editors. Protein and Energy Requirements in Infancy and Childhood (Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series: Pediatric Program). Basel: Nestle Ltd, Vevey/S. Karger AG. 58:19-37.
Energy requirements during pregnancy and consequences of deviations from requirement on fetal outcome -
Butte, N.F. 2005. Energy requirements during pregnancy and consequences of deviations from requirement on fetal outcome. In: Vevey, S., Karger, A.G., editors. Nestle Nutrition Workshop Series Pediatric Program. Basel, Switzerland: Nestle Ltd. p. 49-71.
Predictors of weight gain in Hispanic children - The VIVA LA FAMILIA study -
Butte, N., Wilson, T., Adolph, A., Puyau, M., Vohra, F., Ellis, K. 2005. Predictors of weight gain in Hispanic children - The VIVA LA FAMILIA study [abstract]. Obesity. 13:A124.
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION -
Butte, N.F., King, J.C. 2005. Energy requirements during pregnancy and lactation. Public Health Nutrition. 8(7A):1010-1027.
BORON CONCENTRATIONS IN MILK FROM MOTHERS OF EXCLUSIVELY BREAST-FED HEALTHY FULL-TERM INFANTS ARE STABLE DURING THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF LACTATION -
Hunt, C., Butte, N.F., Johnson, L.K. 2005. Boron concentrations in milk from mothers of exclusively breast-fed healthy full-term infants are stable during the first four months of lactation. Journal of Nutrition. 135:2383-86.
BORON CONCENTRATIONS IN MILK FROM MOTHERS OF EXCLUSIVELY BREAST-FED HEALTHY FULL-TERM INFANTS ARE STABLE DURING THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF LACTATION -
QUANTITATIVE GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME IN HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A.G., Cole, S.A., Mehta, N.R., Tejero, M., Bastarrachea, R., Smith, O.E. 2005. Quantitative genetic analysis of the metabolic syndrome in hispanic children. Pediatric Research. 58(6):1243-1248.
Energy requirements of infants, children and adolescents -
Butte, N.F. 2006. Energy requirements of infants, children and adolescents. In: Koletzko, B., editor. Pediatric Nutrition in Practice. Basel, Switzerland: Karger. p. 31-36.
Linkage analysis of circulating levels of adiponectin in Hispanic children -
Tejero, M.E., Cai, G., Goring, H., Diego, V., Cole, S., Butte, N., Comuzzie, A. 2005. Linkage analysis of circulating levels of adiponectin in Hispanic children [abstract]. Obesity. 13:A37.
GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS INFLUENCING FASTING SERUM ADIPONECTIN IN HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A.G., Cai, G., Cole, S.A., Mehta, N., Bacino, C.A. 2005. Genetic and environmental factors influencing fasting serum adiponectin in Hispanic children. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. doi:10.1210/jc.2004-2328
GOOD FOODS AND BAD FOODS: THE ROLE OF RESTRICTION IN CHILDREN'S EATING HABITS -
Patrick, H., Fisher, J., Butte, N.F. 2005. Good foods and bad foods: the role of restriction in children's eating habits [abstract]. Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Abstract No. F-180.
A QTL on Chromosome 18q influences energy intake and expenditure in Hispanic children: the VIVA LA FAMILIA study -
Cai, G., Butte, N., Cole, S., Farooqi, S., Goring, H., Diego, V., O'Rahilly, S., Comuzzie, A. 2005. A QTL on chromosome 18q influences energy intake and expenditure in Hispanic children: the VIVA LA FAMILIA study [abstract]. Obesity. 13:A9.
Knowing what's the best for baby to eat -
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF INFANTS -
Butte, N.F. 2005. Energy requirements of infants. Public Health Nutrition. 8(7A):953-967.
BORON CONCENTRATIONS REMAIN STABLE IN MILK FROM MOTHERS OF FULL-TERM EXCLUSIVELY BREAST-FED INFANTS DURING THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF LACTATION -
Hunt, C.D., Butte, N.F. 2005. Boron concentrations remain stable in milk from mothers of full-term exclusively breast-fed infants during the first four months of lactation. Experimental Biology. 19(5):A1704.
GENETICS OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY -
Butte, N.F., Bacino, C.A., Cole, S.A., Comuzzie, A.G. 2006. Genetics of childhood obesity. In: Goran, M.I., Sothern, M.S. editors. Handbook of Pediatric Obesity: Etiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. p. 79-96.
BORON CONCENTRATIONS REMAIN STABLE IN MILK FROM MOTHERS OF FULL-TERM EXCLUSIVELY BREAST-FED INFANTS DURING THE FIRST FOUR MONTHS OF LACTATION -
Hunt, C.D., Butte, N.F. 2005. Boron concentrations remain stable in milk from mothers of full-term exclusively breast-fed infants during the first four months of lactation [abstract]. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 19(5):A1704.
PREGNANCY-RELATED CHANGES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FITNESS, AND STRENGTH -
Treuth, M.S., Butte, N.F., Puyau, M. 2005. Pregnancy-related changes in physical activity, fitness, and strength. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 37(5): 832-837.
PREDICTORS OF THE METABOLIC SYNDROME IN OVERWEIGHT HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Butte, N.F., Mehta, N., Ellis, K.J., Cole, S., Bastarrachea, R., Comuzzie, A. 2004. Predictors of the metabolic syndrome in overweight Hispanic children. Obesity Research. S12(10):A144.
PLEIOTROPY EFFECTS ON ENDOCRINE TRAITS AND BODY COMPOSITION IN CHILDREN -
Bastarrachea, R., Tejero, M., Cai, G., Cole, S., Mehta, N., Ellis, K.J., Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A. 2004. Pleiotropy effects on endocrine traits and body composition in children. Obesity Research. S12(10):A194.
EVIDENCE OF PLEIOTROPY BETWEEN OBESITY AND OTHER PHENOTYPES RELATED TO THE METABOLIC SYNDROME IN CHILDREN -
Cai, G., Tejero, M., Cole, S., Mehta, N.R., Butte, N.F., Comuzzie, A. 2004. Evidence of pleiotropy between obesity and other phenotypes related to the metabolic syndrome in children. Obesity Research. S12(10):A194.
PREDICTION OF ACTIVITY ENERGY EXPENDITURE USING ACCELEROMETERS IN CHILDREN -
Puyau, M.R., Adolph, A.L., Vohra, F.A., Zakeri, I., Butte, N.F. 2004. Prediction of activity energy expenditure using accelerometers in children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 36(9): 1625-1631.
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS DURING PREGNANCY BASED ON TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND ENERGY DEPOSITION -
Butte, N.F., Wong, W.W., Treuth, M.S., Ellis, K.J., Smith, O.E. 2004. Energy requirements during pregnancy based on total energy expenditure and energy deposition. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 79(6):1078-1087.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SELF-REPORT AND ACCELEROMETRY MEASURES FROM THE GIRLS HEALTH ENRICHMENT MULTI-SITE STUDIES -
Treuth, M.S., Sherwood, N.E., Baranowski, T., Butte, N.F., Jacobs, D.R., Mcclanahan, B., Gao, S., Rochon, J., Zhou, A., Robinson, T.N., Pruitt, L., Haskell, W., Obarzanek, E. 2004. Physical activity self-report and accelerometry measures from the girls health enrichment multi-site studies. Preventive Medicine. 38(5):S43-S49.
CHRONICLE OF THE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RECOMMENDATION: HOW A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RECOMMENDATION CAME TO BE AMONG DIETARY RECOMMENDATIONS -
Brooks, G.A., Butte, N.F., Rand, W.M., Flatt, J., Caballero, B.H. 2004. Chronicle of the Institute of Medicine physical activity recommendation: how a physical activity recommendation came to be among dietary recommendations. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 79(5):921S-930S.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SELF-REPORT AND ACCELEROMETRY MEASURES FROM THE GIRLS HEALTH ENRICHMENT MULTI-SITE STUDIES. -
Treuth Ph.D., M., Sherwood, N.E., Baranowski, T., Butte, N.F., Jacobs, D.R., Mcclanahan, B., Gao, S., Rochon, J., Zhou, A., Robinson, T.N., Pruitt, L., Haskell, W., Obarzanek, E. 2004. Physical activity self-report and accelerometry measures from the girls health enrichment multi-site studies. Preventive Medicine. 38 Suppl:S43-S49.
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF FITNESS AND ACTIVITY IN GIRLS PREDISPOSED TO OBESITY -
Treuth MS, Butte NF, Adolph AL, Puyau MR. 2004. A longitudinal study of fitness and activity in girls predisposed to obesity. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 36(2):198-204.
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF FITNESS AND ACTIVITY IN GIRLS PREDISPOSED TO OBESITY -
Treuth, M.S., Butte, N.F., Adolph, A.L., Puyau, M.R. 2004. A longitudinal study of fitness and activity in girls predisposed to obesity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 36(2): 198-204.
EATING IN THE ABSENCE OF HUNGER AS A BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPE OF OVERWEIGHT HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Fisher, J., Butte, N.F., Jaramillo, S. 2003. Eating in the absence of hunger as a behavioral phenotype of overweight hispanic children. Obesity Research. 11:A97.
COMMENT ON "OBESITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?" -
BUTTE, N.F., ELLIS, K.J. 2003. COMMENT ON "OBESITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?" SCIENCE 30l(5633):598b.
A GENETIC BASIS FOR EATING IN THE ABSENCE OF HUNGER AMONG HISPANIC CHILDREN -
Commuzie, A.C., Fisher, J., Butte, N.F., Cole, S.A., Mehta, N.R. 2003. A genetic basis for eating in the absence of hunger among Hispanic children [abstract]. Obesity Research. 11:A77.
PREDICTORS OF BODY FAT GAIN IN NONOBESE GIRLS WITH A FAMILIAL PREDISPOSITION TO OBESITY -
Treuth, M.S., Butte, N.F., Sorkin, J.D. 2003. Predictors of body fat gain in nonobese girls with a familial predisposition to obesity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 78(6):1212-1218.
ADMINISTRATION OF L-NITROARGININE INCREASES LIVER TRIGLYCERIDE CONTENT IN PIGLETS. -
Villalpando, S.C., Jahoor, F., Butte, N.F., Mersmann, H.J., Stoll, B. 2003. Administration of L-nitroarginine increases liver triglyceride content in piglets. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 17:A659.
HALTING THE EPIDEMIC OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY -
Butte, N.F., Ellis, K.J. Halting the epidemic of childhood obesity. Obesity Research. 11:A83, 2003.
PREDICTORS OF BODY FAT GAIN IN NON-OBESE GIRLS WITH A FAMILIAL PREDISPOSITION TO OBESITY -
Treuth, M.S., Butte, N.F., Sorkin, J. 2003. Predictors of body fat gain in non-obese girls with a familial predisposition to obesity. Obesity Research. 11:A3, 2003.
VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MEASURES IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN GIRLS FOR GEMS -
TREUTH, M.S., SHERWOOD, N.E., BUTTE, N.F., MCCLANAHAN, B., OBARZANEK, E., ZHOU, A., AYERS, C., ADOLPH, A., JORDAN, J., JACOBS, D.R. VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MEASURES IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN GIRLS FOR GEMS. MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE. 2003. v. 35. p. 532-539.
THE START HEALTHY FEEDING GUIDELINES FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS -
Butte, N.F., Cobb, K., Dwyer, J., Graney, L., Heird, W.C., Rickard, K. 2004. The start healthy feeding guidelines for infants and toddlers. Journal Of The American Dietetic Association. 104(3):442-454.
EFFECTS OF DIETARY MACRONUTRIENT CONTENT ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN CHILDREN -
Sunehag AL, Toffolo G, Treuth MS, Butte NF, Cobelli C, Bier DM, Haymond MW. Effects of dietary macronutrient content on glucose metabolism in children. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2002 87:5168-5178.
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE -
BUTTE, N.F., TREUTH, M.S., MEHTA, N.R., WONG, W.W., HOPKINSON, J., SMITH, O.E. ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION. 2003. v. 77. p. 630-638.
METABOLIC ADAPTATION TO HIGH-FAT AND HIGH CARBOHYDRATE DIETS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS -
Treuth MS, Sunehag AL, Trautwein LM, Bier DM, Haymond MW, Butte NF. Metabolic adaptation to high-fat and high-carbohydrate diets in children and adolescents. Am J Clin Nutr 2003;77:479-489.
CARBOHYDRATE DIGESTION IN HUMANS FROM A B-GLUCAN-ENRICHED BARLEY IS REDUCED -
Lifschitz, C.H., Grusak, M.A., Butte, N.F. 2002. Human Nutrition and Metabolism Research Communication: Carbohydrate digestion in humans from a beta-glucan-enriched barley is reduced. Journal of Nutrition. 132:2593-2596.
VALIDATION AND CALIBRATION OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MONITORS IN CHILDREN -
EVALUATING BODY FAT IN GIRLS: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY -
WONG, W.W., HERGENROEDER, A.C., STUFF, J., BUTTE, N.F., SMITH, O.E., ELLIS, K.J. EVALUATING BODY FAT IN GIRLS: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION. 2002. v. 76(2). p. 384-389.
CAN AIR-DISPLACEMENT PLETHYSMOGRAPHY REPLACE HYDRODENSITOMETRY FOR BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS? -
Ellis KJ, Pratt J, Puyau M, Shypailo R, Butte NF. 2001. Can air-displacement plethysmography replace hydrodensitometry for body composition analysis in children and adults? Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal. 15(5):A1004.
SKELETAL MUSCLE ENERGETICS ASSESSED BY 31P-NMR IN PREPUBERTAL GIRLS WITH A FAMILIAL PREDISPOSITION TO OBESITY -
THE ROLE OF BREASTFEEDING IN OBESITY -
FAT INTAKE OF CHILDREN IN RELATION TO ENERGY REQUIREMENTS -
Butte NF. 2000. Fat intake of children in relation to energy requirements. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 72(5S):1246S-1252S.
ADAPTATION TO LOW FAT/HIGH CARBOHYDRATE VERSUS HIGH FAT/LOW CARBOHYDRATE DIETS IN CHILDREN -
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF LACTATING WOMEN DERIVED FROM DOUBLY LABELED WATER AND MILK ENERGY OUTPUT -
BODY COMPOSITION IN PREPUBERTAL GIRLS: COMPARISON OF SIX METHODS -
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS DERIVED FROM TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND ENERGY I DEPOSITION DURING THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF LIFE -
POSTPARTUM HOME VISITS INCREASE DURATION OF EXCLUSIVE AMONG INEXPERIENCED BREASTFEEDING WOMEN -
Hopkinson, J., Smith, O.E., Acosta, R., Handal, D., Lopez, S., Butte, N.F., Rourke, J. 2002. Postpartum home visits increase duration of exclusive among inexperienced breastfeeding women. In: Davis, M.K., Isaacs, C.E., Hanson, L.A., Wright, A.L. (Editors). Integrating Population Outcomes, Biological Mechanisms and Research Methods in the Study of Human Milk and Lactation. New York, NY. Kluwer Academic Publishers. p. 271-272.
RELATIONS OF PARENTAL OBESITY STATUS TO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND FITNESS OF PREPUBERTAL GIRLS -
INFANT FEEDING MODE AFFECTS EARLY GROWTH AND BODY COMPOSITION -
DIETING AND EXERCISE IN OVERWEIGHT, LACTATING WOMEN -
EFFECT OF DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID (DHA) ON URINARY EXCRETION OF CATECHOLAMINES -
GLUCOSE PRODUCTION, GLUCONEOGENESIS AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: AN EVALUATION OF THEIR REPRODUCIBILITY -
Sunehag,A.L., Treuth,M.S., Toffolo,G., Butte,N.F., Cobelli,C., Bier,D.M., Haymond,M.W. 2001. Glucose production, gluconeogenesis, and insulin sensitivity in children and adolescents: an evaluation of their reproducibility. Pediatric Research. 50(1):115-123.
GLUCOSE PRODUCTION, GLUCONEOGENESIS AND INSULIN SENSITIVITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: AN EVALUATION OF THEIR REPRODUCIBILITY -
BODY COMPOSITION DURING THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF LIFE -
ESTIMATING BODY FAT IN AFRICAN AMERICAN AND WHITE ADOLESCENT GIRLS: A COMPARISON OF SKINFOLD-THICKNESS EQUATIONS WITH A 4-COMPARTMENT CRITERION MODEL -
WONG,W.W., STUFF,J.E., BUTTE,N.F., SMITH,E.O., ELLIS,K.J., ESTIMATING BODY FAT IN AFRICAN AMERICAN AND WHITE ADOLESCENT GIRLS: A COMPARISON OF SKINFOLD-THICKNESS EQUATIONS WITH A 4-COMPARTMENT CRITERION MODEL, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION, 2000. v. 72(2). p. 348-354.
FAT INTAKE OF CHILDREN IN RELATION TO ENERGY REQUIREMENTS -
EFFECTS OF FAMILIAL PREDISPOSITION TO OBESITY ON ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN MULTIETHNIC, PREPUBERTAL GIRLS -
FAT MASS ESTIMATION IN INFANTS AND TODDLERS: COMPARABILITY OF TOTAL BODY WATER, TOTAL BODY POTASSIUM, TOTAL BODY ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY AND DUAL- ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY -
STIMULANT MEDICATIONS DECREASE ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER -
ENERGY REQUIREMENTS DURING FIRST TWO YEARS OF LIFE BASED ON MEASUREMENTS OFENERGY EXPENDITURE AND GROWTH -
ADJUSTMENTS IN ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND SUBSTRATE UTILIZATION DURING LATE PREGNANCY AND LACTATION -
ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHILDREN PREDICTED FROM HEART RATE AND ACTIVITY CALIBRATED AGAINST RESPIRATION CALORIMETRY -
MATERNAL BLOOD B-CELL (CD19+) PERCENTAGES AND SERUM IMMUNOGLOBULIN CONCENTRATIONS CORRELATE WITH BREAST-FEEDING BEHAVIOR AND SERUM PROLACTIN CONCENTRATION -
FITNESS IN WOMEN DURING PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM -
ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PHYSICAL FITNESS IN OVERWEIGHT VS NON-OVERWEIGHT PREPUBERTAL GIRLS -
POSTPARTUM MATERNAL BLOOD T-HELPER (CD3+CD4+) AND T-CYTOTOXIC (CD3+CD8+) CELLS: CORRELATIONS WITH IRON STATUS, PARITY, SUPPLEMENT USE AND LACTATION STATUS -
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF HUMAN MILK PRODUCED BY WOMEN CONSUMING A MAIZE- PREDOMINANT DIET TYPICAL OF RURAL MEXICO -
CHANGES IN FAT-FREE MASS AND FAT MASS IN POSTPARTUM WOMEN: A COMPARISON OF BODY COMPOSITION MODELS -
MATERNAL ENERGY BALANCE AND LACTATION PERFORMANCE OF MESOAMERINDIANS WITH LOW TO MODERATE BODY MASS INDEX -
BODY COMPOSITION CHANGES DURING LACTATION ARE HIGHLY VARIABLE AMONG WOMEN -
NUTRIENT ACCRETION IN PRETERM INFANTS FED FORMULA WITH DIFFERENT PROTEIN: ENERGY RATIOS -
LEPTIN IN HUMAN REPRODUCTION: SERUM LEPTIN LEVELS IN PREGNANT AND LACTATINGWOMEN -
TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL DO NOT AFFECT LACTATION PERFORMANCE OF MESOAMERINDIAN WOMEN WITH LOW TO MODERATE BODY MASS INDEX -
MATERNAL BLOOD T-HELPER (CD3+4+) AND T-CYTOTOXIC (CD3+8+) CELL PERCENTS ANDCOUNTS IN THE POSTPARTUM: CORRELATIONS WITH MATERNAL AGE, PARITY, IRON STATUS, SUPPLEMENT USE AND LACTATION STATUS -
BREASTFEEDING DECREASES MATERNAL EOSINOPHIL COUNTS DURING THE FIRST TWO MONTHS OF LACTATION -
LOW MATERNAL BMI ALTERS MILK COMPOSITION, BUT NOT INFANT GROWTH -
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