Dietary Modeling Shows that the Substitution of Canola Oil for Fats Commonly Used in the United States Would Increase Compliance with Dietary Recommendations for Fatty Acids. Guy H. Johnson, Debra R. Keast and Penny M. Kris-Etherton. J. Am. Diet. Assn. 107:1726 (2007) Abstract
Qualified Health Claim
for Nuts and Heart Disease Prevention. M. Ternus, K. McMahon, K.
Lapsley and G. Johnson. Nutrition Today 41:62 (2006)
Healthy Weight for Kids:
Hertzler Fund kicks off the Family Nutrition and Physical Activity
Screening Initiative. E.F. Meyers, K. Shelke and G.H. Johnson. J.
Am. Diet. Assn. 102:728 (2002)
A Destiny, Not a Paradox. G.H. Johnson. Cereal Foods World 46:200
ADAF Takes First
Steps Toward Childhood Healthy Weight Initiative. E.F. Meyers and
G.H. Johnson. J. Am. Diet. Assn. 101:588 (2001)
Nutrition Labeling Databases:
The Food Industry View. Guy H. Johnson and Indra Mehrotra. Food
Technology 49:156 (1995)
The Impact of NLEA –
An Industry Perspective, in Shapiro ed., Nutrition Labeling Handbook,
Marcel Dekker (1995)
for Infants. Gerber Products Company. (1989)
A monograph for the American Council on Science and Health. (1989)
Bioavailability of Iron
in Cereals. (Correspondence). G.H. Johnson. J. Ped. 111:635
Aspiration of a Makeshift
Pacifier. (Correspondence). G.H. Johnson. Pediatrics 79:170
do our Infants Really Get? G.H. Johnson, R.D. Wallace and G.A. Purvis.
Nutrition Today 16:4 (1981)
Some Clinical Indices
of Nutrition and Health Status Among Elderly Kentucky Residents
Volunteering to be Surveyed: Comparison by Sociological Factor,
Life Styles and Health Characteristics. C.J. Lee, G.S. Lawler and
G.H. Johnson. Nutrition Research 1:47 (1981)
of the Maillard Reaction: The Metabolism of Fructose-Phenylalanine
in the Rat. G.H. Johnson, D.H. Baker, and E.G. Perkins. J Nutr.
109:590 (1979) Abstract
of the Maillard Reaction: Availability of Fructose-Phenylalanine
to the Chick. G.H. Johnson, D.H. Baker and E.G. Perkins. J. Nutr.
107:1659 (1979) Abstract
Dietary Modeling Shows that the Substitution of Canola Oil for Fats Commonly Used in the United States Would Increase Compliance with Dietary Recommendations for Fatty Acids. Guy H. Johnson, Debra R Keast and Penny M. Kris-Etherton. J. Am. Diet. Assn 107:1726 (2007).
Effect of Dietary Linoleic Acid on Markers of Inflammation in Healthy Persons: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials, Guy H. Johnson and Kevin Fritsche. J. Acad. Nutr. Diet.112:1029 (2012).
Snacking Definitions: Impact on Interpretation of the Literature and Dietary Recommendations. Guy H. Johnson and G. Harvey Anderson. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2010; 50:848