Citations with the tag: CARBOHYDRATES
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- Those misunderstood, much-maligned carbohydrates.
Warshaw, Hope // Environmental Nutrition; Feb1994, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p2
Provides information on carbohydrates. Types; Food sources of simple and complex carbohydrates; High-fat and low-fat partners of carbohydrates; Tips on consumption of carbohydrates without fat.
- Carb drinks help high-intensity exercise.
Antonio, Jose // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; May98, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p176
Focuses on carbohydrate drinks as a source for high-intensity exercise in bodybuilders. Benefits of using carbohydrate drinks while exercising; Test carried out by investigators at the University of South Carolina, Columbia; Results of the test.
- Should bodybuilders carb up?
Antonio, Jose // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Jun98, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p27
Presents information on a study done by Joel Mitchell and other researchers at the physiology lab at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas regarding the consumption of carbohydrates by bodybuilders before weight training. Details on the study; Conclusions of the study.
- Sweet talk.
Antonio, Jose // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Mar98, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p108
Presents a question and answer segment pertaining to simple carbohydrates and how to use them. INSET: sweet by any name.
- Can your carbohydrate be controlled?
Antonio, Jose // Environmental Nutrition; Sep93, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p3
Reports on the study of carbohydrate cravings by Rachael and Richard Heller of the Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City. Biological imbalance as the cause; Trigger of craving by ineffective insulin surge; Low-carbohydrate diet as an aid in weight loss; Effects of a...
- Will the Real Fuel Please Stand Up?
Antonio, Jose // American Fitness; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p13
Offers health information on carbohydrates.
- Cutting-edge Carbohydrates.
Voragen, Alphons G.J. // Prepared Foods; May2000, Vol. 169 Issue 5, p137
Discusses the three types of carbohydrates that are indigestible in the human small intestine. Why non-digestible oligosaccharides function as prebiotics; Potential beneficial effects of resistant starch on human health; Basis of the functionality of the carbohydrate-based fat substitutes.
Voragen, Alphons G.J. // Mayo Clinic Health Letter; Feb1999, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p7
Discusses the role of carbohydrates in healthful eating and disease prevention. Carbohydrates as fuel of the body; Simple and complex carbohydrates; Case for high fiber; How to get your `carbs.'
- Carbs: Friend or Foe?
Huggins, Charnicia E. // Current Health 1; Mar2005, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p16
Provides information on carbohydrates contained in food. INSETS: Great Grains;Carbohydrates and Diabetes.
- THE TRUTH ABOUT: Sugars and carbohydrates.
Rubin, Karen Wilk // FoodService Director; 1/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p46
Provides clarification about some myths that suggest that sugars and other carbohydrates are bad for the health. Myth that honey and brown sugar are more nutritious than table sugar; Myth that sugar causes hyperacidity in children; Myth that carbohydrates like starches and sugars cause obesity.
- Carbs & you.
Denny, Sharon // Current Health 2; Apr94, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p13
Discusses the importance of carbohydrates in the diet. Origins and classification of carbohydrates; Breakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive system; Best source of energy; Recommendation of carbohydrates for athletes; Restructuring the diet according to the Food Guide Pyramid; Food sources...
Denny, Sharon // Current Health 1; Mar1995, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p6
Focuses on carbohydrates. Creation of carbohydrates; Sugars, starches and fiber as classifications of carbohydrates; Body's use of carbohydrates; Facts and fallacies on carbohydrates; Facts on fiber; Fibers in whole grain foods; Sugars as sources of quick energy. INSET: Ancient grains..
- A simple guide to complex carbohydrates.
Blumenthal, D. // FDA Consumer; Apr89, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p13
Discusses complex carbohydrates which are becoming the chosen food for health-conscious diners in the 1980s. Complex carbohydrates are a good source of starch and fiber, proven to be important elements for a healthy diet; Benefits; Potato consumption. INSET: Some good sources of starch and fiber..
- Purification and characterization of an alkaline xylanase from alkaliphilic Micrococcus sp AR-135.
Gessesse, A; Mamo, G // Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology; Mar98, Vol. 20 Issue 3/4, p210
An xylanase producing alkaliphilic Micrococcus sp was isolated from an alkaline soda lake. Xylose and xylan induced enzyme production but no activity was detected when it was grown using other carbohydrate sources. The level of xylanase production was higher in the presence of xylose than in the...
- Are carbs the culprit?
Gessesse, A; Mamo, G // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Jul95, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p34
Explains how overindulgence in foods rich in carbohydrates can cause bodyfats. Conversion of carbohydrates to muscle and liver glycogen; Storage and conversion of excess sugars as fats; Effects of adequate carbohydrates on performance.
- Starches are in!
Gessesse, A; Mamo, G // Medical Update; Apr94, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p4
Provides information on new findings about carbohydrates. Fat content; Forms; Key too keeping down the calories and fat; Suggestions for increasing carbohydrate consumption.
- Those amazing grains.
Jacobs, Carole // Shape; Jun93, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p66
Discusses the importance of food rich in complex carbohydrates. Grains and breads; Fiber. INSET: How to get more grains..
- The age of carbohydrates is over.
Crayhon, Robert // Total Health; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p21
Reports on a study which defined the concept of a balanced diet as one where carbohydrate intake is low. How the study was conducted; Discussion of study results; Conclusion.
- The 40/30/30 plan.
Gittleman, Anne Louise // Total Health; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p55
Discusses how cutting down on carbohydrates and upping the right fats will turn a person's body into a fat burning machine by accessing stored body fat for fuel. Composition of the 40/30/30 formula; Reasons why diet is an important tool in body shaping; Hormonal effect of food. INSET: Untitled...
- Timing is everything.
Rover, Elena // Women's Sports & Fitness; Apr95, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p26
Looks at how timing and personal idiosyncrasies may influence how heavy carbohydrate meals affect a person. A rule of thumb about when to carbo load; Views of Catherine Christie, Ph.D., R.D., a dietician with Nutrition Associates in Jacksonville, Florida.
- On the health edge.
Gittleman, Ann Louise // American Fitness; Jan/Feb93, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p11
Explains why too many carbohydrates induced weight gain, fatigue and blood sugar abnormalities. Carbohydrate craze; Mixed results from Pritikin-style diet centers; Explanation provided by Barry Sears, former research scientist with Boston University School of Medicine and the Massachusetts...
- The low blood sugar blues.
Podell, R.; Fischer, A. // Redbook; Mar89, Vol. 172 Issue 5, p100
Mood swings and weariness can be symptoms of low blood sugar. How the body treats sugar; Insulin; Distinction from hypoglycemia; How to handle the problem. INSET: A diet than can help..
- The Dilapidation Of The Food Pyramid.
Podell, R.; Fischer, A. // Health & Stress; 2002, Issue 11, p5
Discusses the food pyramid. Carbohydrate intake; Importance of eating grains, fruits and vegetables; Diet guidelines.
- What's best after a workout?
Incledon, Thomas // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Oct97, Vol. 58 Issue 10, p24
Discusses the benefits of drinking a carbohydrate drink after exercising. Information on work done by researchers from Liverpool John Moores University on this issue.
- No rush to refuel.
Incledon, Thomas // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Jun98, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p28
States that it is not important to ingest carbohydrates soon after exercising. Reference to a study by researchers J. Parkin et al; Details on the study; Conclusions of the study.
- Carb Cutting.
Claps, Frank; Farrar, Maureen Meyers // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Oct2002, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p50
Discusses information on the proper ratio of carbohydrate to fat to protein needed to sustain the energy required for an intense exercise program.
- ENERGY � la Carte.
Yeager, Selene // Bicycling; May2003, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p92
Recommends several carbohydrate-rich foods to boost the energy of a cyclist.
- FASTEST FOODS.
Yeager, Selene // Bicycling; Oct2003, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p80
Features several foods high in carbohydrates and calories.
- A Kernel of Health.
Yeager, Selene // Odyssey; Mar2009, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p22
The article presents information on various nutrients present in whole-wheat flour, including carbohydrates, proteins, and B vitamins that are present in the bran and endosperm; and other nutrients present in the germ, which are removed during the processing of flour.
- Fabrication and application of carbohydrate microarray for analyzing human serum antibody�carbohydrate interaction.
Gang-Liang Huang; Xin-Ya Mei; Han-Xing Zhang; Peng-George Wang // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; Jun2007, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p953
A correction to the article "Fabrication and Application of Carbohydrate Microarray for Analyzing Human Serum Antibody-Carbohydrate Interaction" that was published in a 2007 issue is presented.
- Baby Talk.
Eck, Beth // Runner's World; Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p24
Gives medical advice about running including the health effects of carbohydrates.
- the good bad & the ugly carbs.
Zanecosky, Althea // Scholastic Choices; Oct2004, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p20
Focuses on the role of carbohydrates in healthy living.
- Carbohydrates 101.
Burling, Alexis // Scholastic Choices; Feb2011, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p18
The article discusses the nutritional benefits of eating foods rich in carbohydrates.
- Effect of nitrite on ureagenesis and carbohydrate metabolism in isolated rat hepatocytes
Garwacki, S.; Karlik, W.; Lewicki, J.; Souffrant, W. Souffrant; Wiechetek, M. // Archives of Environmental Contamination & Toxicology; Apr1993, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p375
No abstract available.
- Observations on Cerebral Carbohydrate Metabolism in Man.
Scheinberg, Pertz // Annals of Internal Medicine; Feb65, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p367
Discusses observations on cerebral carbohydrate metabolism in man. Rate of oxygen utilization by the human brain; Human cerebral respiration normally occurring predominantly at the expense of glucose and also in a variety of pathologic states and under conditions of physiologic stress.
- Ask the nutritionist.
Cohen, Sharon // Shape; Jul2004, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p150
Presents information on low-carbohydrate, high-protein Atkins diet, which is being publicized as good for the heart.
- Top-selling low-carb products (and what you should know
Cohen, Sharon; Gumper, Bethany // Shape; Jul2004, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p153
Presents information on top-selling food products with low-carbohydrate.
- The lowdown on the low-carb best sellers.
Cohen, Sharon // Shape; Jul2004, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p154
Presents a chart depicting various information related to food products with low-carbohydrate.
- Complex Bacterial Carbohydrate Surface Antigen Structures: Syntheses of Kdo- and Heptose-containing Lipopolysaccharide Core Structures and Anomerically Phosphodiester-Linked Oligosaccharide Structures.
Hansson, J.; Oscarsson, S. // Current Organic Chemistry; May2000, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p535
Microbial carbohydrate structures show a considerable complexity due to the presence of an immense variety in the integral substituents and monosaccharide residues, both regarding structure and position. This severely complicates both the analyses and syntheses of these compounds. This article...
- Carbohydrate-Based Mimics of D-myo-Inositol 1,4,5-Trisphosphate.
Chretien, F.; Moitessier, N.; Roussel, F.; Mauger, J.-P.; Chapleur, Y. // Current Organic Chemistry; May2000, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p513
Many cellular events such as secretion or proliferation require activation of proteins by calcium ions. Intracellular calcium is mobilized by the formation of the second messenger D-myo-inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate (InsP3) and subsequent binding to a receptor located on the endoplasmic...
- Synthesis of Rare Carbohydrates and Analogues Starting from Enantiomerically Pure 7-Oxabicyclo(2.2.1)heptyl Derivatives (Naked Sugars).
Vogel, Pierre // Current Organic Chemistry; May2000, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p455
Recent applications of the naked sugar methodology are reviewed. General methods have been developed to transform enantiomerically pure 7-oxabicyclo�(2.2.1)heptyl derivatives into rare monosaccharides, carbasugars, into a new doubly-branched imino-dideoxyalditol (iminosugar), into long-chain...
- Boronic Acid-Based Sensors.
W. Wang; X. Gao; B. Wang // Current Organic Chemistry; Dec2002, Vol. 6 Issue 14, p1285
There has been a great deal of interest in recent years in using boronic acid as the recognition motif for the development of sensors. Because boronic acids can form tight and reversible complexes with diol compounds such as carbohydrates, the majority of the efforts, led by the Shinkai group,...
- Good Eats. How Sugar Ages Us.
Williams, Erin Zimniewicz // Massage Magazine; Nov2011, Issue 186, p84
The article offers information on how sugar contributes to aging. It states that high intake of sugary foods can increase weight, cognitive decline and progressive accumulation of physical damage affecting organ and cell function in the human body. Moreover, it suggests the use of low diet in...
- Conference abstracts.
Williams, Erin Zimniewicz // International Journal of Sport Nutrition; Jun1998, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p199
Presents a summary of an article titled `Comparison of Two Carbohydrate-Electrode Solutions on Endurance Exercise Performance in Male Collegiate Oarsmen,' by P.J. Arciero, J. Navarro and R. Wilson, presented at the 1997 International Sport Nutrition Conference, September 25-28, in Williamsburg,...
- Conference abstracts.
Williams, Erin Zimniewicz // International Journal of Sport Nutrition; Jun1998, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p200
Presents a summary of the article titled `Effects of a High-Carbohydrates Versus a High Fat Diet on Fuel Substrates and Excess Postexercise Oxygen Consumption,' presented at the 1997 International Sport Nutrition Conference, September 25-28, in Williamsburg, Virginia, which looked at dietary...
Williams, Erin Zimniewicz // Good Medicine (Australian Consolidated Press); Mar2003, p12
Refutes the myth that carbohydrates can make a person fat.
- Can carbohydrates make me fat?
Schlosberg, Suzanne // Health (Time Inc. Health); Sep95, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p25
Focuses on the role of carbohydrates in body weight. Popular notion among dieters that carbohydrates cause obesity; Effect of carbohydrates on the production of insulin; Benefits of carbohydrates over fats.
- Fuel Food.
Schlosberg, Suzanne // Heart & Soul; Sep/Oct98, Issue 29, p26
Presents facts about glycogen. Importance of taking more carbohydrates in the morning; Suggested food for breakfast.
Thompson, Clint // Journal of Athletic Training; Jul-Sep97, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p272
Presents an abstract of the article `Effect of Timing of Carbohydrate Ingestion on Endurance Exercise Performance,' by G. McConell, K. Kloot and M. Hargreaves, which was published in `Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise' dated 1996.
Dobbins, Bill // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness; Jan93, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p144
Discusses the importance of carbohydrates in bodybuilders' diets. Carbohydrates as fuel for exercise; Three macronutrients for fuel; Three main factors that affect fuel utilization during exercise; Simple versus complex carbohydrates; Insulin; Glycemic index; Determining how much carbohydrate...