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.] Moynihan, P., Thomason, M., Walls, A. és mtsai: Researching the impact of oral health on diet and nutritional status: Methodological issues. J. Dent., 2009, 37 , 237–249. Walls A

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Miranda Seput, Mirta Rastija, Jasna Sostaric, Marko Josipovic, and Domagoj Rastija

Banaj D. — Kovacevic V. — Simic D. — Seput M. — Stojic B.: 2006. Phosphorus impacts on yield and nutritional status of maize. Cereal Research Communications 34

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Andrea Lugasi, Eszter Sarkadi Nagy, Andrea Zentai, Márta Bakacs, Éva Illés, Zsolt Baldauf, and Éva Martos

Martos, É., Kovács, V. A., Bakacs, M., et al.: Hungarian Diet and Nutritional Status Survey – The OTAP2009 study. I. Nutritional status of the Hungarian population. [Országos Táplálkozás és Tápláltsági Állapot Vizsgálat – OTÁP 2009. I. A magyar lakosság

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1593 1600 Martos, É., Kovács, V. A., Bakacs, M., et al.: Hungarian Diet and Nutritional Status Survey – The OTAP2009 study. I. Nutritional status of the Hungarian

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Diet and Nutritional Status Survey – The OTAP2009 study. I. Nutritional status of the Hungarian population. [Országos Táplálkozás és Tápláltsági Állapot Vizsgálat – OTÁP2009. I. A magyar lakosság tápláltsági állapota.] Orv. Hetil., 2012, 153 , 1023

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Éva Martos, Márta Bakacs, Eszter Sarkadi-Nagy, Tímea Ráczkevy, Andrea Zentai, Zsolt Baldauf, Éva Illés, and Andrea Lugasi

] Martos, É., Kovács, V. A., Bakacs, M., et al.: Hungarian Diet and Nutritional Status Survey – The OTAP2009 study. I. Nutritional status of the Hungarian population. [Országos Táplálkozás és Tápláltsági Állapot Vizsgálat – OTÁP 2009. I. A magyar lakosság

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Irena Jug, Danijel Jug, Vlado Kovacevic, Bojan Stipesevic, and Ivan Zugec

Soybean were grown under field conditions on chernozem soil for four growing seasons (from 2002 to 2005). Three treatment of soil tillage were applied as follows: a) conventional tillage, b) reduced tillage (diskharrowing instead of ploughing) and c) no-till (zero-tillage). In general, the characteristics of growing season (the factor „year“) were more influencing factor of soybean nutritional status (aerial part in stage of full-developed pods) in comparison with the soil tillage. In our study, low influences of applied soil tillage treatments on nutritional status of soybean were found because significant differences on soybean composition were found only for four (Cu, Cr, Sr and Ba) from total 20 analysed elements. For example, conventional tillage resulted by the higher plant Cu (by 15% and 18% in comparison with DH and NT, respectively), and the lower plant Sr (by 12% and 16%, respectively) and Ba (by 26% and 23%, respectively), while under DH conditions by 22% lower plant Cr was found. Main nutrient status (P. K, Ca, Mg, S...) were independent on soil tillage. For this reason, usual fertilization practice is recommended for possible application of soil tillage reduction under conditions of calcareous chernozem.

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: I. Rurik, E. Gyömörei, L. Biró, K. Nagy, A. Regöly-Mérei, and M. Antal

The aim of this study was to evaluate the nutritional status of elderly belonging to one primary care office. Twenty-seven men and 26 women, all over 60 years, were involved. Nutritional assessment, anthropometric measurements were performed, serum proteins, lipid and iron status and haematological parameters were determined. Energy and protein intake was sufficient, but the distribution of energy with a high fat and low carbohydrate was inadequate. Iron, copper, calcium, retinol and folate intake was lower, whereas sodium, ascorbic acid and cobalamin intake was higher than the Hungarian recommendation. The prevalence of obesity characterized by body mass index or waist circumference was higher in women than in men. The percentage of pathological levels of lipid parameters was also higher in women. No iron deficient erythropoesis was detected, but high serum ferritin concentration as a marker of body iron store was determined in some cases.  General practitioners have possibilities to influence the nutritional habits of elderly, thereby reducing the incidence of obesity, cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Iron status of Hungarian elderly looks to be satisfactory, so supplementation without testing the iron status would be useless and harmful.

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: K. Kiss, Zs Mészáros, M. Mavroudes, M. Szmodis, M. Zsidegh, N. Ng, and János Mészáros

The aim of this comparison was to evaluate the nutritional status and cardio-respiratory fitness of future health professionals, namely university students engaged in medical studies. It was assumed that the lifestyle of such students would be reflected by healthy body composition and fitness performance indicators. Altogether 1,560 volunteer, female, university students of three institutions were investigated in 2008. Height, body weight, BMI, body fat content and 800 m run test means were compared.The height, weight and BMI means did not differ significantly but PE students recorded the lowest mean body fat (18.34% vs. 24.37 and 25.12%) and shortest mean running time (203 s vs. 239 and 243 s). Among the medical (11.23%) and technical university students (19.95%) statistically the same prevalence of obesity was observed.High body fat content and low running performance of medical students were in contrast with our hypothesis. Their prevalence of overweight/obesity and low fitness did not differ from that of relatively sedentary technical university students and the average Hungarian young adult population. Thus, it is questionable how young health professionals will promote the necessity and positive effects of regular physical activity if they do not apply them to their own lifestyle.

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Kovacevic V., Banaj D., Brkic I., Antunovic M., Petosic D. (2004a): Fertilization impacts on the yield and nutritional status of maize (Zea mays L.). Cereal Res. Comm. 32(3) 403–410. Petosic D

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