The CNP Diet, Adolescent Disease, and Obesity Research Category consolidates research exploring the relationships between child and adolescence dietary intake, adolescent disease, and obesity.

To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP summary of the study, click “CNP Summary.” While a small portion of the studies in this research category is available below for free, the full set of studies (and their summaries) are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership (available Fall 2021).

2014

Fast food fever: reviewing the impacts of the western diet on immunity
Original

2021

Longitudinal trends in childhood insulin levels and body mass index and associations with risks of psychosis and depression in young adults
Original

2017

Diet and asthma: is it time to adapt our message?
Original

2019

Premenstrual syndrome is associated with dietary and lifestyle behaviors among university students: a cross-sectional study from Sharjah, UAE
Original

2019

Fighting obesity in children from European World Health Organization member states Epidemiological data, medical-social aspects, and prevention programs
Original

2019

Early age at menarche is associated with insulin resistance: a systemic review and meta-analysis
Original

2016

Intakes of apple juice, fruit drinks and soda are associated with prevalent asthma in US children aged 2-9 years
Original

2018

Excess free fructose, high-fructose corn syrup and adult asthma: the Framingham Offspring Cohort
Original

2019

Exploring the consumption of ultra-processed foods and its association with food addiction in overweight children.
Original

2018

Fast food and asthma and allergy: Be afried, be deeply afried?
Original

2018

Associations of ultra-processed food and drink products with asthma and wheezing among Brazilian adolescents
Original

2020

The frequency of fast food consumption in relation to wheeze and asthma among adolescents in Gauteng and North West Provinces, South Africa
Original

2015

Childhood and adolescent obesity and long-term cognitive consequences during aging
Original