Duke University Medical School Archives - Pork Checkoff

Pork Checkoff Research

Research is at the heart of the National Pork Board’s mission and is funded by your Pork Checkoff dollars. Research is administered in all areas of pork production, processing, and human nutrition to develop a higher quality and more profitable product in the competitive meat protein market.

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Human Nutrition
Does Meal-based Enhancement of Protein Intake Augment Long-term Responses to Sarcopenic Obesity Reduction?
Human Nutrition
A High Protein Weight Loss Treatment for Sarcopenic Obesity: Using Pork as a Meal Supplement to Improve Muscle Mass and Functional Status in Women
The impact of obesity on women’s health is an important research priority for the National Pork Board; relative to men, women have higher rates of obesity and sustain greater physical...
Public Health - Other
Effect of Exposure to Diluted Air Sampled from a Swine Confinement Atmosphere on Human Subjects
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