Dr. Nihad Hassan Ahmed Abdel-Mohsen

Dr. Nihad Hassan Ahmed Abdel-Mohsen

Assistant Professor
National Research Centre, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Food Science and Technology from Cairo University, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Food Science Technology
100%
Dietary Therapy
62%
Clinical Nutrition
90%
Health System
75%
Food Safety
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Kazem, Y.M.I., S.M. El Shebini, M.I.A. Moaty, S. Fouad, N.H. Ahmed and S.T. Tapozada, 2017. High sensitivity c-reactive protein may be used as a marker for cognitive impairment in obese Egyptian middle age females. Asian J. Clin. Nutr., 9: 17-23.
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  2. Hassan, N.E., S.M. El Shebini and N.H. Ahmed, 2016. Association between dietary patterns, breakfast skipping and familial obesity among a sample of Egyptian families. Open Access Maced. J. Med. Sci., 4: 213-218.
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  3. Fouad, S., S.M. El Shebini, M.I.A. Moaty, N.H. Ahmed and S.T. Tapozada, 2016. Effect of soya beans bread fortified with turmeric or ginger on diabesity. Der Pharma Chem., 8: 398-405.
  4. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, S. Fouad, Y.M.I. Kazem and N.H. Ahmed et al., 2016. Association between serum clusterin and cognitive functions in obese Egyptian women; Potential effects of dietary therapy. Der Pharm. Chem., 8: 205-213.
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  5. Moaty, M.I., S. Fouad, S.M. El Shebini, Y.M. Kazem and N.H. Ahmed et al., 2015. Serum ceramide kinase as a biomarker of cognitive functions and the effect of using two slimming dietary therapies in obese middle aged females. Open Access Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 3: 18-25.
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  6. Meguid, N., M. Anwar, S. Zaki, W.A. Kandeel, N. Ahmed and I. Tewfik, 2015. Dietary patterns of children with autism spectrum disorder: A study based in Egypt. Open Access Maced J. Med. Sci., 3: 262-267.
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  7. Hussein, L., N. Hassan, M. Mohamad and S. Abdel Aziz, 2015. Assessment of usual fruit, vegetable and vitamin c intakes in a sample of egyptian children: Pilot study. J. Food Nut. Sci., 6: 923-934.
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  8. Hassan, N.E., S.M. El Shebini, N.H. Ahmed, M.S. Mostafa, 2015. Association between macronutrients intake, visceral obesity and blood pressure in a sample of obese egyptian women. Open Access Maced. J. Med. Sci., 3: 184-188.
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  9. Hassan, N.E., S.A. Wahba, S.A. El-Masry, E.R. Abd Elhamid, S.A.W. Boseila, N.H. Ahmed and T.S. Ibrahim, 2015. Eating Habits and Lifestyles among a Sample of Obese Working Egyptian Women. Maced. J. Med. Sci., 3: 12-17.
  10. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, Y.M.I. Kazem, N.H. Ahmed and S. Fouad et al., 2015. Human alpha synuclein, inflammation and metabolic disorders in obesity, before and after dietary intervention. Int. J. Hea. Sci. Res., 5: 304-312.
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  11. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, N.H. Ahmed, M.S. Mohamed, Y.M.I. Kazem, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hanna, 2015. Association of nuts and whole grains intake, inflammation and the metabolic syndrome. Res. J. Med. Med. Sci., 8: 55-63.
  12. Moaty, M.I.A., S.M. El Shebini, N.H. Ahmed, A.M.S. Hussein, M.S. Mohamed, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hanna, 2014. Serum level of the adipokine “Vaspin” in relation to metabolic parameters: Short-term effect of specific dietary therapy. Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 7: 185-190.
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  13. Hassan, N.E., S.A. El-Masry, S.M. Elshebini, S. El-Batrawy and R. El-Banna et al., 2014. Dietary measures combined with physical activity versus acupuncture in management of obese males. World J. Med. Sci., 10: 462-471.
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  14. Hassan, N.E., S.A. El-Masry, S.M. Elshebini, M. Al-Tohamy and N.H. Ahmed et al., 2014. Comparison of three protocols: dietary therapy and physical activity, acupuncture, or laser acupuncture in management of obese females. Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 7: 191-197.
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  15. Hassan, N.E., S.A. El-Masry, R. El-Banna, S.M. Elshebini and M. Al-Tohamy et al., 2014. Body composition changes after weight-loss interventions among obese females: A comparison of three protocols. Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 7: 579-584.
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  16. El Shebini, S.M., M.I.A. Moaty, S.T. Tapozada, N.H. Ahmed, M.S. Mohamed and L.M. Hanna, 2014. Effect of whole wheat (Triticuma estivum) and oat (Avena sativa) supplements on body weight, insulin resistance and circulating omentin in obese women exhibiting metabolic syndrome criteria. World J. Med. Sci., 11: 373-381.
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  17. Kazem, Y.M.I., S.Y. El-Assar, S.M. El Shebini, M.I.A. Moaty and N.H. Ahmed, 2013. Personality characteristic and eating behaviors associated with obesity and the ability to adhere to low caloric diet in middle age Egyptian. J. Applied Sci., 9: 352-359.
  18. Hassan, N.E., S.M. El Shebini, N.H. Ahmed and S.T. Zaki, 2013. Nutritional pattern and visceral obesity association in middle age Egyptian women. Res. J. Med. Med. Sci., 8: 46-54.
  19. El Shebini, S.M., A.M.S. Hussein, M.I.A. Moaty, M.S. Mohamed, N.H. Ahmed, L.M. Hanna and S.T. Tapozada, 2013. Metabolic Syndrome: Potential benefit from specific nutritional dietary therapy. J. Applied Sci. Res., 9: 1940-1951.
  20. Al-Okbi, S.Y., D.A. Mohamed, A.M.S. Hussein, S. Sabry, T.E. Hamed and N.H. Ahmed, 2013. Functional foods for reduction of cardiovascular risk in type 2 diabetic patients. J. Applied Sci. Res., 9: 2072-2084.
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  21. Abed el-Salam, M., S.M.E. Sadek, Z. Farag, S.S. Mohamed and H.N. Ahmed, 2013. Evaluation of nutritional status and dietary intake in children with chronic kidney disease on regular hemodialysis. J. Pedi., 16: 13-24.
  22. Moaty, M.I., S.M.E. Shebini, M.S. Mohamed, N.H. El-Arabi, S.T. Tapozada and L.M. Hanna, 2012. Circulating oxidized low density lipoprotein and non-high density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations in metabolic syndrome Egyptian women before and after specific nutritional therapy. Macedonian J. Med. Sci., 5: 169-176.
  23. Kazem, Y.M., N.H. El-Arabi, M.I. Moaty and S.M. El Shebini, 2012. The effect of balanced low-caloric diet on cognitive functions: An interventional study on a group of Egyptian middle-aged obese females. Int. J. Acad. Res., 4: 125-129.
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  24. Zaki, S.T., S.M. El Shebini, S.A. Wahba, A.M. Arafa and N.H. El Arabi, 2011. Health status, blood pressure and dietary pattern among Egyptian adolescents: A pilot study. Int. J. Food Nutr. Public Health, 4: 63-78.
  25. Salwa, M.E.S., M.I.K. Yusr, I.A.M. Maha and H.A.E. Nihad, 2011. Obesity in relation to cognitive functions and subjective wellbeing among a group of adults Egyptian females. Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 5: 69-76.
  26. Kazem, Y.M.I., M.I.A. Moaty, N.H.A. El-Arabi and S.M. El Shebini, 2011. The relation between insulin resistance and cognitive functions among a group of healthy obese Egyptian females. Int. J. Acad. Res., 3: 575-579.
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  27. Enayat, H.M., M.H. Zaghlol, M.S. El-Shebini and H.N. Ahmed, 2008. Socioeconomic characteristics, nutrient intakes and anthropometric measurements of adolescents in some schools at giza governorate. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 33: 801-6813.