All Stories

  1. Orally compensated short bowel patients are thin, potentially malnourished but rarely sarcopenic
  2. Sociodemographic determinants of dietary adherence after weight loss surgery
  3. Analysis of ESPEN and GLIM algorithms reveals specific drivers for the diagnosis of malnutrition in patients with chronic gastrointestinal diseases
  4. Malnutrition Is Highly Prevalent in Patients With Chronic Pancreatitis and Characterized by Loss of Skeletal Muscle Mass but Absence of Impaired Physical Function
  5. Beeinflussung des Kaufverhaltens und das Verständnis des Nutri-Scores bei den Konsumenten einer Kaufland-Filiale in Neubrandenburg
  6. Treatment of perioperative swelling by rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) without and with additional application of negative pressure (RICE+) in patients with a unilateral ankle fracture: study protocol for a monocentric, evaluator-blinded r...
  7. Nutritional management of chronic pancreatitis: A systematic review and meta‐analysis of randomized controlled trials
  8. Molecular Mechanism Contributing to Malnutrition and Sarcopenia in Patients with Liver Cirrhosis
  9. Preclinical insights into the gut‐skeletal muscle axis in chronic gastrointestinal diseases
  10. Quality of Life: Psychological Symptoms—Effects of a 2-Month Healthy Diet and Nutraceutical Intervention; A Randomized, Open-Label Intervention Trial (RISTOMED)
  11. Nutrition assessment in process-driven, personalized dietetic intervention – The potential importance of assessing behavioural components to improve behavioural change: Results of the EU-funded IMPECD project
  12. Impact of taste and smell training on taste disorders during chemotherapy – TASTE trial
  13. Cofactors of wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis do not increase highly individual gliadin absorption in healthy volunteers
  14. Impact of diet and nutraceutical supplementation on inflammation in elderly people. Results from the RISTOMED study, an open-label randomized control trial
  15. Nutritional Status and Gastrointestinal Health in the Elderly
  16. Akademisierung der Diätetik in Deutschland am Beispiel der Hochschule Neubrandenburg
  17. Visceral Adipose Tissue in Patients with Crohnʼs Disease Correlates with Disease Activity, Inflammatory Markers, and Outcome
  18. Impact of personalized diet and probiotic supplementation on inflammation, nutritional parameters and intestinal microbiota – The “RISTOMED project”: Randomized controlled trial in healthy older people
  19. Using a gluten oral food challenge protocol to improve diagnosis of wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis
  20. Suggestions for terminology in clinical nutrition
  21. Determinants of Successful Weight Loss After Using a Commercial Web-Based Weight Reduction Program for Six Months: Cohort Study
  22. Outcome models in clinical studies: Implications for designing and evaluating trials in clinical nutrition
  23. Leitlinie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ernährungsmedizin (DGEM)
  24. Serum bile acids and leptin interact with glucose metabolism in patients with liver cirrhosis
  25. Increased intestinal permeability in malnourished patients with liver cirrhosis
  26. The BASA-ROT table: An arithmetic–hypothetical concept for easy BMI-, age-, and sex-adjusted bedside estimation of energy expenditure
  27. Effect of sexual dimorphism on muscle strength in cachexia
  28. Plasma Bile Acids Are Associated with Energy Expenditure and Thyroid Function in Humans
  29. Determinants of bioelectrical phase angle in disease
  30. Abnormal plasma peptide YY3–36 levels in patients with liver cirrhosis
  31. Mundane, yet challenging: The assessment of malnutrition in inflammatory bowel disease
  32. Determinants of hand grip strength, knee extension strength and functional status in cancer patients
  33. Proteinkatabolie und Mangelernährung bei Leberzirrhose – Möglichkeiten der oralen Ernährungstherapie
  34. Harte und weiche Outcomeparameter in Interventionsstudien
  35. Association between intestinal tight junction permeability and whole-body electrical resistance in healthy individuals: A hypothesis
  36. The first nutritionDay in nursing homes: Participation may improve malnutrition awareness
  37. Authors' reply
  38. Circulating adipokines and the protective effects of hyperinsulinemia in inflammatory bowel disease
  39. Clinical relevance of measuring colonic permeability
  40. Altered status of antioxidant vitamins and fatty acids in patients with inactive inflammatory bowel disease
  41. Malnutrition and impaired muscle strength in patients with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis in remission
  42. Disease-related malnutrition but not underweight by BMI is reflected by disturbed electric tissue properties in the bioelectrical impedance vector analysis
  43. Is bioelectrical impedance vector analysis of value in the elderly with malnutrition and impaired functionality?
  44. ESPEN-Leitlinien Enterale Ernährung - Zusammenfassung
  45. ESPEN Guidelines on Enteral Nutrition: Gastroenterology
  46. Ethical and Legal Aspects of Enteral Nutrition
  47. Thalidomide: an effective anabolic agent in gastrointestinal cancer cachexia: authors' reply
  48. Review article: anorexia and cachexia in gastrointestinal cancer
  49. Nutritional Screening According to the ESPEN Guidelines 2002
  50. Acute Effects of Insulin-like Growth Factor I on Interorgan Glucose and Lactate Flux in Protein-Catabolic Dogs
  51. Resistance of Nitrogen Metabolism to Growth Hormone Treatment in the Early Phase after Injury of Patients with Multiple Injuries
  52. Effect of α-ketoglutarate infusions on organ balances of glutamine and glutamate in anaesthetized dogs in the catabolic state
  53. Influence of alpha-ketoglutarate infusion on glutamate and glutamine metabolism