|1.||Willett, Walter C: 6 articles (09/2013 - 07/2004)|
|2.||Jenkins, David J A: 5 articles (01/2014 - 12/2002)|
|3.||Kendall, Cyril W C: 4 articles (01/2014 - 12/2002)|
|4.||Totani, Nagao: 3 articles (01/2010 - 01/2009)|
|5.||Tateishi, Sayuri: 3 articles (01/2010 - 01/2009)|
|6.||Morita, Akira: 3 articles (01/2010 - 01/2009)|
|7.||Kida, Haruyasu: 3 articles (01/2010 - 01/2009)|
|8.||Kendall, C W: 3 articles (07/2001 - 01/2000)|
|9.||Vidgen, E: 3 articles (07/2001 - 01/2000)|
|10.||Jenkins, D J: 3 articles (07/2001 - 01/2000)|
|1.||Body Weight (Weight, Body)
11/01/1979 - "3. At adequate energy intake (418 kJ/kg body-weight) the protein requirement of the children was 1.33 g/kg. On decreasing the energy intake by 20% to 334 kJ/kg body-weight the protein requirement was found to be increased by 20% to 1.64 g/kg. 4. Based on this study, a safe level of protein intake for Indian preschool children subsisting on a diet based predominantly on vegetable proteins has been suggested."
01/01/2014 - "In contrast, participants in the highest quartile (>0.72 g/kg body weight) of relative vegetable protein intake lost significantly less ASM over 4-year than those in the lowest quartile of relative vegetable protein intake (<=0.40 g/kg body weight) (adjusted mean ± SE: 0.270 ± 0.029 vs. 0.349 ± 0.030 kg, ptrend=0.025). "
01/01/2010 - "A novel body weight-loss promoting oil prepared with vegetable protein."
01/01/2009 - "Minor components in the vegetable proteins may have contributed to the effect on body weight."
02/28/1937 - "of vegetable protein per kilo of body weight, showed after average intervals of 7 to 9 weeks, slight decreases in amounts of circulating plasma protein (Table 21). "
|2.||Cardiovascular Diseases (Cardiovascular Disease)
01/01/2005 - "Observational studies suggested a negative association between vegetable protein and cardiovascular disease risk, whereas intervention studies have been less consistent. "
01/01/2000 - "A combination of acceptable amounts of soy, vegetable protein, and soluble-fiber foods as part of a conventional low-fat, low-cholesterol therapeutic diet is effective in further reducing serum lipid risk factors for cardiovascular disease."
01/01/2014 - "These bioactive vegetable proteins, hydrolysates and peptides may be used in formulation of functional foods, nutraceuticals, and natural drugs because of their health benefit effects suggesting their use as an alternative in treatment of various dyslipidemias, and a potential agent for reducing cardiovascular diseases risk factors. "
03/01/1995 - "The protein hypothesis of atherosclerosis was pursued by many investigators, who studied the possible role of animal vs. vegetable protein in modifying concentrations of plasma lipids and thus cardiovascular disease risk. "
01/01/2013 - "The evidence is assessed as: probable for an estimated average requirement of 0.66 g good-quality protein/kg body weight (BW)/day based on nitrogen balance studies, suggestive for a relationship between increased all-cause mortality risk and long-term low-carbohydrate-high-protein (LCHP) diets; but inconclusive for a relationship between all-cause mortality risk and protein intake per se; suggestive for an inverse relationship between cardiovascular mortality and vegetable protein intake; inconclusive for relationships between cancer mortality and cancer diseases, respectively, and protein intake; inconclusive for a relationship between cardiovascular diseases and total protein intake; suggestive for an inverse relationship between blood pressure (BP) and vegetable protein; probable to convincing for an inverse relationship between soya protein intake and LDL cholesterol; inconclusive for a relationship between protein intake and bone health, energy intake, BW control, body composition, renal function, and risk of kidney stones, respectively; suggestive for a relationship between increased risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D) and long-term LCHP-high-fat diets; inconclusive for impact of physical training on protein requirement; and suggestive for effect of physical training on whole-body protein retention. "
02/01/2015 - "Dietary variables did not differ significantly among BMI categories, except for the intake of vegetable proteins, which, for boys, was higher in thin/normal-weight adolescents than in overweight/obese adolescents (P<0.05). "
08/01/2011 - "Generalized estimating equation was used to examine the relation of baseline total, animal, and vegetable protein intake to likelihood of being overweight or obese at sequential annual examinations. "
01/01/2014 - "The efficiency of the usage of natural low caloric concentrated protein-vegetable food product (LCCF) by 23 persons with excess body weight at the age of 30-44 years (the 1st group) and 30 hypertensive patients at remission stage and overweight at age 45-59 years old (the 2nd group) has been assessed. "
08/01/2007 - "To reduce risk of overweight and obesity, Hispanic women should maintain healthful aspects of a native Hispanic diet, and non-Hispanic white women should replace animal protein with vegetable protein."
06/08/2009 - "A total of 47 overweight hyperlipidemic men and women consumed either (1) a low-carbohydrate (26% of total calories), high-vegetable protein (31% from gluten, soy, nuts, fruit, vegetables, and cereals), and vegetable oil (43%) plant-based diet or (2) a high-carbohydrate lacto-ovo vegetarian diet (58% carbohydrate, 16% protein, and 25% fat) for 4 weeks each in a parallel study design. "
|4.||Protein-Energy Malnutrition (Marasmus)
05/01/1971 - "Vegetable protein mixture in protein-calorie malnutrition."
04/28/1979 - "The present study was designed to test the comparative efficacy of cow's milk, a protein, vitamin and mineral mixture (PVM) and soybean textured vegetable protein (SOMOS) as supplements to maize meal porridge in the dietary treatment of children with protein energy malnutrition (PEM). "
|5.||Chronic Kidney Failure (Chronic Renal Failure)
|3.||Staphylococcal Protein A (A, Protein)
|4.||Vegetable Proteins (Vegetable Protein)
|1.||Protein-Restricted Diet (Diet, Protein Restricted)
|2.||Vegetarian Diet (Vegetarianism)
|3.||Carbohydrate-Restricted Diet (Low Carbohydrate Diet)