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CAB Reviews

A reviews journal covering agriculture, global health, nutrition, natural resources and veterinary science

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Forests are the largest source of terrestrial biodiversity and contain over half of the world's terrestrial plant and animal species. In addition to the multitude of species supported by forest systems, forests are also responsible for life-sustaining ecological processes such as nutrient cycling...

Author(s)
Sunderland, T.; O’Connor, A.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews, 2020, 15, 019, pp 1-10

Many studies on nutrition that include gender do not take it further than observing male-female differences. In this review, I use the concept in the sociological sense and I conceptualize nutrition as embedded in household food security and pertaining to (gendered) performances that require...

Author(s)
Niehof, A.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews, 2019, 14, 023, pp 1-10
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The paper reviews the evidence of agriculture-nutrition linkages with particular reference to South Asia from studies published during the period 2012-2018. South Asia houses the largest population of undernourished people in the world and a majority of the population in the region is dependent on...

Author(s)
Bhavani, R. V.; Priya Rampal
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews, 2018, 13, 046, pp 1-18

The consumption of organic foods has been increasing over the last decades and organic products are becoming more visible on the market. Consumers perceive that organic foods are of better quality, more nutritious and healthier, and these perceptions are some of the main drivers of the organic...

Author(s)
Jensen, M. M.; Jørgensen, H.; Lauridsen, C.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews, 2013, 8, 045, pp 1-13

The potential of dietary interventions in primary and population-based prevention has so far not been fully exploited. One explanation for the relatively sparse public health nutrition (PHN) activities might be related to a lack of rigorous methods for developing and/or selecting effective...

Author(s)
Knorpp, L.; Kroke, A.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews, 2012, 7, 045, pp 1-22

The beneficial role of dietary fibre in general health is well recognized, and recommended intakes are usually 21-38 g/day, depending on age, gender and country. However, actual dietary fibre intakes are below these recommendations in most Western countries. In order to improve the dietary fibre...

Author(s)
Lefranc-Millot, C.; Chanson-Rollé, A.; Macioce, V.; Azaïs-Braesco, V.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 2011, 6, 052, pp 1-14

Zinc transporters of both the SLC39 and SLC30 families are expressed in the small intestinal and placental epithelia, indicating a potential role in dietary zinc absorption and in maternal-fetal zinc exchange. The association of mutations in hZIP4 (SLC39A4) with the human zinc deficiency disease...

Author(s)
Valentine, R. A.; Ford, D.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews. Series A, Human and Experimental, 2005, 75, 7, pp 15N-24N

A seasonal problem in many parts of the world, a high ambient temperature causes economic losses through reducing feed intake while decreasing nutrient utilization, live weight gain, egg production, egg quality and feed efficiency of poultry. Several methods are currently available to alleviate the ...

Author(s)
Sahİn, K.; Kucuk, O.
Publisher
CAB International, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews. Series B, Livestock Feeds and Feeding, 2003, 73, 7, pp 41R-50R

This article is the winning essay for the 1999 International Meat Secretariat Prize for meat science, technology and human nutrition. The essay discusses the need for meat in the diet and preservation methods.

Author(s)
Saucier, L.
Citation
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews. Series A, Human and Experimental, 1999, 69, 8, pp 705-708

The fetal origins hypothesis states that part of the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and hypertension may be the result of undernutrition in utero and during infancy. The theory was originally proposed by Professor Barker in Southampton University, UK. This review discusses his...

Author(s)
Cox, S. E.
Citation
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews. Series A, Human and Experimental, 1999, 69, 10, pp 929-935

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