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Urine nitrougen as an independent validatory measure of dietary intake

Sheila Bingham

Urine nitrougen as an independent validatory measure of dietary intake

by Sheila Bingham

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Edition Notes

Taken from American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.42, part.6, 1985, pp1276-1289.

StatementS. A. Bingham and J. H. Cummings.
SeriesAmerican Journal of Clinical Nutrition -- v42 part.6
ContributionsCummings, John.
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Open LibraryOL18553157M

  Urine accurately with out loosing urine from the beginning to the end of time. Let the patient to empty the urinary bladder in a particular time and note the time. After that collect Urine in a specified bottle or jar up to 24 hrs. Measure the volume and send the sample to laboratory for estimation. Objective: Increasing fluid intake to achieve a urine volume (UV) of > L/day decreases stone events. We assessed compliance rates and demographic and clinical variables associated with increased fluid intake and UV in patients with urolithiasis following dietary by: 4.

the suitability of d13C and d15N in blood, urine and faeces as biomarkers of meat and fish intake. Methods The dietary intervention study (n = 14) fol-lowed a randomised cross-over design with three eight-day dietary periods (meat, fish and half-meat–half-fish). In addition, 4 participants completed a vegetarian control period. I am interested in evaluating dietary intake, barriers to healthy eating, and the home food environment among study participants. - De Por Vida: This is a weight reduction and diet quality improvement program for Hispanic women with type 2 diabetes conducted in partnership with Dr. Nangel Lindberg at Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research.

The protein in the urine (pathological proteinuria) can be of several types: prerenal, renal and postrenal. Prerenal, or "overload," proteinuria is not associated with kidney damage, but occurs as a result of a number of diseases or pathological conditions accompanied by an increased synthesis of low molecular weight proteins (with a molecular weight of 20,,) that circulate in the. One of the major functions of the kidney is the elimination Of the products of protein metabolism. It is not surprising, therefore, that protein intake exerts many diverse effects on the kidney. Most attention has been directed toward the role of protein intake in chronic renal failure. For at least.


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Urine nitrougen as an independent validatory measure of dietary intake by Sheila Bingham Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. In order to determine the value of 24 h urine nitrogen (N) excretion as a way of validating dietary methods of measuring protein intake in individuals, daily N intake and excretion has been measured in eight healthy subjects while consuming their usual, varying, diets for 28 by: Urine nitrogen as an independent validatory measure of dietary intake: a study of nitrogen balance in individuals consuming their normal diet.

Cummings JH. In order to determine the value of 24 h urine nitrogen (N) excretion as a way of validating dietary methods of measuring protein intake in individuals, daily N intake and excretion has Cited by:   Used primarily as a biomarker of the validity of dietary assessments, h urine nitrogen is the most well-known biological marker.

Individual results from published metabolic studies where dietary intake is kept constant over prolonged periods of time show a fair correlation between daily nitrogen intake and daily urine-nitrogen by:   Results from analysis of 24 h urine collections, verified for completeness with para-amino benzoic acid, and blood samples collected over 1 year were compared with 16 d weighed records of all food consumed collected over the year, and with results from 24 h recalls, food-frequency questionnaires and estimated food records in by: The effect of dietary sodium and protein on urine volume and water intake.

Luft FC, Fineberg NS, Sloan RS, Hunt JN. To test the notion that water intake and urine volume are related to dietary sodium or protein intake in free-living persons, we studied normal men at three levels of sodium intake and two levels of protein by: Recovery biomarkers, such as those that appear in urine, show a direct relationship with dietary intake and can be used as an objective measure of intake [14,63,64].Author: Sheila Bingham.

Start studying Chapter 27 Nutrition and Metabolism. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. -measure of energy -when equilibrium exists between dietary intake and loss in urine and feces-input must equal output to maintain balance.

Urine pH is an indicator of dietary acid–base load, fruit and vegetables and meat intakes: results from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)-Norfolk population study - Volume 99 Issue 6 - Ailsa A.

Welch, Angela Mulligan, Sheila A. Bingham, Kay-tee KhawCited by: Estimate of dietary phosphorus intake using h urine collection Article in Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition 55(1) July with 48 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The offset between dietary isotope ratio and isotope ratio determined in specimens is shown in Table 4 for each diet. Whereas urine samples had a higher δ 13 C and lower δ 15 N than the respective diet, faecal samples showed a lower δ 13 C and δ 15 N for the meat and vegetarian diet, but only a lower δ 15 N for the fish diet.

There was no significant difference between male and female Cited by:   Shinozaki, N., Murakami, K., Asakura, K. et al. Dietary phosphorus intake estimated by 4-day dietary records and two hour urine collections and their associated factors in Japanese by: 6.

Recovery biomarkers are ideal for validation because the intake of the dietary component is reflected by the [glossary term:] biomarker in a relatively constant and known manner.

Recovery biomarkers thus provide unbiased estimates of [glossary term:] true intake (Learn More about Biomarkers). Intake of nitrogen less than output of nitrogen. There is higher amount of tissue protein catabolism. There is an increase in urinary excretion of urea. Seen in starvation, chronic illness (infections) cancer and uncontrolled diabetes mellitus.

Also observed when the diet. Inaccuracies in recording dietary intake occur, and estimation from total urea excretion presents hurdles owing to the difficulty of collecting whole urine for 24 h.

Spot urine has been used for measuring daily sodium intake and urinary protein by: 3. irregularities in food intake can be obtained. Disadvantages with prospective methods Probably the greatest disadvantage of prospective methods is that they often affect the consumption of foods and beverages.

Several studies have demonstrated that the total intake will be low and that there is a selective underreporting (3). Low hour urine volume (24UV) may be a significant risk factor for decline in kidney function.

We therefore aimed to study associated markers and possible determinants of 24UV in a sample of the Swiss population. The cross-sectional Swiss Salt Study included a population-based sample of ( men and women) individuals from three linguistic regions of by:   Background Reducing salt intake in communities is one of the most effective and affordable public health strategies to prevent hypertension, stroke and renal disease.

The present study aimed to determine the sodium intake in Hong Kong Chinese postmenopausal women and identify the major food sources contributing to sodium intake and urine excretion. It is also unlikely that simpler forms of intake instruments such as hour recall or short food- frequency questionnaires will out-perform diet records, since previous studies have already raised concern about errors associated with these instruments.1 Even in the non-obese where bias is minimal, the ability to measure dietary energy intake Cited by: Input 24 hour Urine Urea Nitrogen grams.

The urea nitrogen appearance, U, equals the urine urea nitrogen + the non urea nitrogen (weight in kg X g nitrogen/kg/day). Calculated Protein Intake is urine nitrogen excreted in grams/day + (weight in kilograms X g nitrogen/kg/day) multiplied by measured by urine urea excretion and dietary protein intake nitrogen balance 49 from CHSC 3P93 at Brock University.

By Dr. George Goodheart Summary: Dr. George Goodheart, the founder of Applied Kinesiology, reports on interpreting urine analysis in relation to nutritional biochemistry.

As a bonus Dr. Goodheart provides a brilliant list of eleven factors that influence the amount and distribution of calcium in the body—required reading for any nutrition practitioner. This was the first of more than fifty.LABORATORY REPORT Activity: Influence of Fluid Intake on Urine Formation Name: Sarah Bare Instructor: Michael Allar Date: Predictions 1.

Urine output will be highest during water loading 2. Urine osmolarity will be highest during water loading 3. Plasma osmolarity increases with dehydration Materials and Methods 1.

Dependent Variable urine and plasma values 2.C. Calorie balance—The balance between calories consumed through eating and drinking and calories expended through physical activity and metabolic processes.; Calorie—A unit commonly used to measure energy content of foods and beverages as well as energy use (expenditure) by the body.A kilocalorie is equal to the amount of energy (heat) required to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of.