Assistant Research Professor
Publication TagsSodium Salts Randomized Controlled Trials Potassium Health Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Carotid Intima Media Thickness Blood Pressure Diet Food Population Compliance Urine Blood Vessels Fruit Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Samoa Soybean Proteins Education Meals Meta Analysis Fatigue Compound A 12 Addison Disease Fiji
Most Recent Papers
Saturated Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Disease: Replacements for Saturated Fat to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk.
M Briggs, Kristina Petersen, Penny Kris-Etherton, Healthcare on p. e29
Barriers, opportunities, and challenges in addressing disparities in diet-related cardiovascular disease in the U.S
Penny Kris-Etherton, Kristina Petersen, Gladys Velarde, Neal Barnard, Michael Miller, Emilio Ros, James O’Keefe, Kim Williams, Linda Van Horn, Muzi Na, Christina Shay, Paul Douglass, David Katz, Andrew Freeman, 2020, Journal of the American Heart Association
Daily intake of non-fried potato does not affect markers of glycemia and is associated with better diet quality compared to refined grains: A randomized, crossover study in healthy adults.
E Johnston, Kristina Petersen, Penny Kris-Etherton, 2020, The British journal of nutrition on p. 1-29
Dietary Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Risk: A Science Advisory From the American Heart Association.
J Carson, A Lichtenstein, C Anderson, L Appel, Penny Kris-Etherton, K Meyer, Kristina Petersen, T Polonsky, L Van Horn, 2020, Circulation on p. e39-e53
Replacing Saturated Fats with Unsaturated Fats from Walnuts or Vegetable Oils Lowers Atherogenic Lipoprotein Classes Without Increasing Lipoprotein(a).
A Tindall, Penny Kris-Etherton, Kristina Petersen, 2020, The Journal of nutrition
Walnuts and Vegetable Oils Containing Oleic Acid Differentially Affect the Gut Microbiota and Associations with Cardiovascular Risk Factors: Follow-up of a Randomized, Controlled, Feeding Trial in Adults at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease.
A Tindall, C McLimans, Kristina Petersen, Penny Kris-Etherton, R Lamendella, 2019, The Journal of nutrition
Estimating mean population salt intake in Fiji and Samoa using spot urine samples
Joseph Alvin Santos, Emalie Rosewarne, Martyna Hogendorf, Kathy Trieu, Arti Pillay, Merina Ieremia, Leausa Toleafoa Take Naseri, Isimeli Tukana, Wendy Snowdon, Kristina Petersen, Jacqui Webster, 2019, Nutrition Journal
Science of Salt: A regularly updated systematic review of salt and health outcomes studies (April to October 2018).
R McLean, Kristina Petersen, J Arcand, D Malta, S Rae, S Thout, K Trieu, C Johnson, Campbell NRC, 2019, Journal of clinical hypertension (Greenwich, Conn.) on p. 1030-1042
The Dilemma With the Soy Protein Health Claim
Kristina S Petersen, 2019, Journal of the American Heart Association on p. e013202
Recent Clinical Trials Shed New Light on the Cardiovascular Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
Penny Kris-Etherton, C Richter, K Bowen, Ann Skulas-Ray, Kathy Jackson, Kristina Petersen, W Harris, 2019, Methodist DeBakey cardiovascular journal on p. 171-178
The association between carotid intima media thickness and individual dietary components and patterns
Kristina Petersen, P. M. Clifton, J. B. Keogh, 2014, Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases on p. 495-502
Food label education does not reduce sodium intake in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus. A randomised controlled trial
Kristina Petersen, David J. Torpy, Ian M. Chapman, Sanghamitra Guha, Peter M. Clifton, Kirsty Turner, Jennifer B. Keogh, 2013, Appetite on p. 147-151
Effect of weight loss induced by energy restriction on measures of arterial compliance: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Kristina Petersen, P. M. Clifton, N. Lister, J. B. Keogh, 2016, Atherosclerosis on p. 7-20
Effect of high potassium diet on endothelial function
N. Blanch, P. M. Clifton, K. S. Petersen, S. R. Willoughby, J. B. Keogh, 2014, Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases on p. 983-989
Recurrent nocturnal hypoglycaemia as a cause of morning fatigue in treated Addison's disease - favourable response to dietary management: A case report
Kristina Petersen, R. Louise Rushworth, Peter M. Clifton, David J. Torpy, 2015, BMC Endocrine Disorders
Effect of sodium and potassium supplementation on vascular and endothelial function: A randomized controlled trial
Natalie Blanch, Peter M. Clifton, Kristina S. Petersen, Jennifer B. Keogh, 2015, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on p. 939-946
Attitudes and beliefs of health risks associated with sodium intake in diabetes
Kristy L. Gray, Kristina S. Petersen, Peter M. Clifton, Jennifer B. Keogh, 2014, Appetite on p. 97-103
Effect of improving dietary quality on carotid intima media thickness in subjects with type 1 and type 2 diabetes: A 12-mo randomized controlled trial
Kristina S. Petersen, Peter M. Clifton, Natalie Blanch, Jennifer B. Keogh, 2015, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition on p. 771-779
High sodium intake increases blood pressure and risk of kidney disease. From the Science of Salt: A regularly updated systematic review of salt and health outcomes (August 2016 to March 2017)
Daniela Malta, Kristina S. Petersen, Claire Johnson, Kathy Trieu, Sarah Rae, Katherine Jefferson, Joseph Alvin Santos, Michelle M.Y. Wong, Thout Sudhir Raj, Jacqui Webster, Norm R.C. Campbell, Jo Anne Arcand, 2018, Journal of Clinical Hypertension on p. 1654-1665
The science of salt: A regularly updated systematic review of the implementation of salt reduction interventions (September 2016–February 2017)
Claire Johnson, Joseph A. Santos, Briar McKenzie, Sudhir Raj Thout, Kathy Trieu, Rachael McLean, Kristina S. Petersen, Norm R.C. Campbell, Jacqui Webster, 2017, Journal of Clinical Hypertension on p. 928-938
News Articles Featuring Kristina Petersen
Jan 21, 2020
Study: Walnuts Good For Gut Bacteria, Lower Heart Disease Risk
There is a growing consensus in the scientific community that a healthy stomach, filled with beneficial “good” gut bacteria can go a long way towards promoting a strong and robust heart. With this relationship in mind, a new study conducted at Penn State finds that walnuts promote the production of good gut bacteria, consequently indicating they’re also good for our hearts.
Jan 21, 2020
Walnuts Promote Heart Healthy Microbiome
A team of investigators at Penn State University has uncovered new evidence that walnuts may not just be a tasty snack, they may also promote good-for-your-gut bacteria and that these “good” bacteria could be contributing to the heart-health benefits of walnuts.