2017   |   Volume 7 Issue 6

Research Article

  • Self-Reported Anthropometrics: An Adequate Evaluation?
  • Alina Delia Popa, Gina Eosefina Botnariu and Ileana Antohe. 7(6): 252-260.

    Editorial

  • Selenium an Essential Micronutrient for Human Health
  • Samwel Boaz Otieno. 7(6): 261-263.

    Research Article

  • Prevalence of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Bacteria Isolated from Farm Animals, Wildlife, and Food Samples in the Eastern United States between 2007 and 2013
  • Chyer Kim, Antoinette Torres, Wesley Smith, Ariana Kulinczenko, Steven Pao, Stephen Wildeus, Matthew Ettinger, Karen Gruszynski and Crystal Wynn. 7(6): 264-274.

    Review Article

  • Metabolic Syndrome and Related Risk Factors in Young Ecuadorians
  • César I Ruano Nieto, Erika A Lucumi Villacres and Diego F Vaca Sanchez. 7(6): 275-286.

    Protocol

  • Protocolo Del Clinical Nutrition Program from Primary Care
  • Antonio Masiá Alegre. 7(6): 287-290.

    Research Article

  • Consumers’ Feelings of Guilt as a Function of Snack Type
  • Margaret J Schuster, James E Painter, Ronan Bernas and Julia MacKenzie. 7(6): 291-297.

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