Megan Zhou's research while affiliated with The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases and other places

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... A interação entre predisposição genética e meio obesogênico têm sido associada às principais razões dessa pandemia (HEIANZA, 2017). Esses fatores estão aliados ao aumento da acessibilidade aos alimentos com grande concentração energética (KOLAČKOV et al., 2016), principalmente em decorrência dos ultraprocessados (HALL et al., 2019). ...
... Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) offer more direct insight into the impact of consuming processed foods on health. To date, only one study comparing energy intake between unprocessed and ultraprocessed diets in a controlled way has been conducted (47). This study was a crossover, inpatient, ad libitum www.annualreviews.org ...
... Sex-specific cut-offs for quarters of ultra-processed proportion were 21.2, 28.0, and 35.6% in males and 19.2, 25.5, and 32.7% in females # Sex-specific cut-offs for quarters of ultra-processed proportion were 23.8, 29.9, and 36.0% in males and 21.7, 27.6, and 34.1% in females and interferon-γ production [46,47]. On the other hand, evidence has suggested that consumption of UPFs could cause obesity [48,49]. A randomized cross-over control trial suggested that people consumed more calories when exposed to the ultra-processed diet as compared to the unprocessed diet, despite presented daily intakes of calories, sugar, fat, fibre, and macronutrients being matched [48]. ...