Adam M Bernstein
Affiliation: Cleveland Clinic Foundation
- Major cereal grain fibers and psyllium in relation to cardiovascular healthAdam M Bernstein
Cleveland Clinic, Wellness Institute, 1950 Richmond Road TR2 203, Lyndhurst, OH 44124, USA
Nutrients 5:1471-87. 2013..For those adjusting to the texture and palatability of whole grains, turning to added-fiber products rich in β-glucan and psyllium may allow them to reach their fiber goals without increasing caloric intake...
- Soda consumption and the risk of stroke in men and womenAdam M Bernstein
Wellness Institute of Cleveland Clinic, Lyndhurst, OH 44124, USA
Am J Clin Nutr 95:1190-9. 2012..Consumption of sugar-sweetened soda has been associated with an increased risk of cardiometabolic disease. The relation with cerebrovascular disease has not yet been closely examined...
- Dietary protein sources and the risk of stroke in men and womenAdam M Bernstein
Wellness Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, 1950 Richmond Road TR2 203, Lyndhurst, OH 44124, USA
Stroke 43:637-44. 2012..Few dietary protein sources have been studied prospectively in relation to stroke. We examined the relation between foods that are major protein sources and risk of stroke...
- A meta-analysis shows that docosahexaenoic acid from algal oil reduces serum triglycerides and increases HDL-cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol in persons without coronary heart diseaseAdam M Bernstein
Wellness Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, Lyndhurst, OH, USA
J Nutr 142:99-104. 2012..07 mmol/L (95% CI: 0.05-0.10) for HDL-C. DHA supplementation from algal oil, a marine source of (n-3) fatty acids not extracted from fish, may reduce serum TG and increase HDL-C and LDL-C in persons without coronary heart disease...
- Cereal fiber and coronary heart disease: a comparison of modeling approaches for repeated dietary measurements, intermediate outcomes, and long follow-upAdam M Bernstein
Wellness Institute, Cleveland Clinic, 1950 Richmond Road TR2 203, Lyndhurst, OH 44113, USA
Eur J Epidemiol 26:877-86. 2011..To best evaluate associations with incidence of disease, considerations should include the temporal trends in diet, changes in intake following intermediate events, and latency patterns. Sensitivity analyses can also be useful...
- Dietary fat quality and risk of sudden cardiac death in womenStephanie E Chiuve
Center for Arrhythmia Prevention, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA
Am J Clin Nutr 96:498-507. 2012..Dietary n-3 PUFAs are inversely associated with risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD); however, little is known about other fats and SCD. Furthermore, concerns have been raised that high n-6 PUFA intake may attenuate the benefits of n-3 PUFAs...