Sumanto Haldar

Dr Sumanto Haldar

  • 07510140931
  • shaldar at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Lecturer in Nutrition Science
  • Bournemouth Gateway Building BGB504, St Pauls Lane, Bournemouth, BH8 8GP
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Journal Articles

  • Koistinen, V.M. et al., 2024. Metabolic changes in response to varying whole-grain wheat and rye intake. npj Science of Food, 8 (1).
  • Toh, D.W.K., Fu, A.S., Mehta, K.A., Lam, N.Y.L., Haldar, S. and Henry, C.J., 2024. Plant-Based Meat Analogs and Their Effects on Cardiometabolic Health: An 8-Week Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Plant-Based Meat Analogs With Their Corresponding Animal-Based Foods. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 119 (6), 1405-1416.
  • Yong, Y.N., Dong, J., Pakkiri, L.S., Henry, C.J., Haldar, S. and Drum, C.L., 2023. Chronometabolism: The Timing of the Consumption of Meals Has a Greater Influence Than Glycemic Index (GI) on the Postprandial Metabolome. Metabolites, 13 (4).
  • Wu, J.Y., Tso, R., Teo, H.S. and Haldar, S., 2023. The utility of algae as sources of high value nutritional ingredients, particularly for alternative/complementary proteins to improve human health. Frontiers in Nutrition, 10.
  • Kircali Ata, S., Shi, J.K., Yao, X., Hua, X.Y., Haldar, S., Chiang, J.H. and Wu, M., 2023. Predicting the Textural Properties of Plant-Based Meat Analogs with Machine Learning. Foods, 12 (2).
  • Lim, R.R.X., Park, M.A., Wong, L.H., Haldar, S., Lim, K.J., Nagarajan, N., Henry, C.J., Jiang, Y.R. and Moskvin, O.V., 2022. Gut microbiome responses to dietary intervention with hypocholesterolemic vegetable oils. npj Biofilms and Microbiomes, 8 (1).
  • Yong, Y.N., Henry, C.J. and Haldar, S., 2022. Is There a Utility of Chrono-Specific Diets in Improving Cardiometabolic Health? Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 66 (17).
  • Haldar, S., Ponnalagu, S., Osman, F., Tay, S.L., Wong, L.H., Jiang, Y.R., Leow, M.K.S. and Henry, C.J., 2022. Increased Consumption of Unsaturated Fatty Acids Improves Body Composition in a Hypercholesterolemic Chinese Population. Frontiers in Nutrition, 9.
  • Sheen, F., Tan, V., Lim, A.J.Y., Haldar, S., Sengupta, S., Allen, D., Somani, J., Chen, H.Y., Tambyah, P. and Forde, C.G., 2022. The COVOSMIA-19 trial: Preliminary application of the Singapore smell and taste test to objectively measure smell and taste function with COVID-19. Food Quality and Preference, 97.
  • Khine, W.W.T., Haldar, S., De Loi, S. and Lee, Y.K., 2021. A single serving of mixed spices alters gut microflora composition: a dose–response randomised trial. Scientific Reports, 11 (1).
  • Sheen, F., Tan, V., Haldar, S., Sengupta, S., Allen, D., Somani, J., Chen, H.Y., Tambyah, P. and Forde, C.G., 2020. Evaluating the onset, severity, and recovery of changes to smell and taste associated with covid-19 infection in a singaporean population (the covosmia-19 trial): Protocol for a prospective case-control study. JMIR Research Protocols, 9 (12).
  • Haldar, S., Wong, L.H., Tay, S.L., Jacoby, J.J., He, P., Osman, F., Ponnalagu, S., Jiang, Y.R., Lian, H.P.R. and Henry, C.J., 2020. Two Blends of Refined Rice Bran, Flaxseed, and Sesame Seed Oils Affect the Blood Lipid Profile of Chinese Adults with Borderline Hypercholesterolemia to a Similar Extent as Refined Olive Oil. Journal of Nutrition, 150 (12), 3141-3151.
  • Osman, F., Haldar, S. and Henry, C.J., 2020. Effects of time-restricted feeding during ramadan on dietary intake, body composition and metabolic outcomes. Nutrients, 12 (8), 1-25.
  • Haldar, S., Egli, L., De Castro, C.A., Tay, S.L., Koh, M.X.N., Darimont, C., Mace, K. and Henry, C.J., 2020. High or low glycemic index (GI) meals at dinner results in greater postprandial glycemia compared with breakfast: A randomized controlled trial. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care, 8 (1).
  • Tay, S.H., Haldar, S. et al., 2020. Brown fat activity determined by infrared thermography and thermogenesis measurement using whole body calorimetry (bright study). Physiological Research, 69 (1), 85-97.
  • Haldar, S., Chia, S.C., Lee, S.H., Lim, J., Leow, M.K.S., Chan, E.C.Y. and Henry, C.J., 2019. Polyphenol-rich curry made with mixed spices and vegetables benefits glucose homeostasis in Chinese males (Polyspice Study): a dose–response randomized controlled crossover trial. European Journal of Nutrition, 58 (1), 301-313.
  • Haldar, S., Gan, L., Tay, S.L., Ponnalagu, S. and Henry, C.J., 2019. Postprandial glycemic and insulinemic effects of the addition of aqueous extracts of dried corn silk, cumin seed powder or tamarind pulp, in two forms, consumed with high glycemic index rice. Foods, 8 (10).
  • Haldar, S., Pakkiri, L.S., Lim, J., Chia, S.C., Ponnalagu, S., Lee Drum, C. and Henry, C.J., 2019. Reductions in postprandial plasma allantoin concentrations with increasing doses of polyphenol rich curry intake - A randomized crossover trial. Frontiers in Physiology, 10 (JAN).
  • Haldar, S., Lee, S.H., Tan, J.J., Chia, S.C., Henry, C.J. and Chan, E.C.Y., 2018. Dose-dependent increase in unconjugated cinnamic acid concentration in plasma following acute consumption of polyphenol rich curry in the polyspice study. Nutrients, 10 (7).
  • Haldar, S., Lim, J., Chia, S.C., Ponnalagu, S. and Henry, C.J., 2018. Effects of two doses of curry prepared with mixed spices on postprandial ghrelin and subjective appetite responses-a randomized controlled crossover trial. Foods, 7 (4).
  • Haldar, S., Chia, S.C. and Henry, C.J., 2018. Polyphenol-rich curry made with mixed spices and vegetables increases postprandial plasma GLP-1 concentration in a dosedependent manner. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 72 (2), 297-300.
  • Warner, S., Seal, C., Haldar, S., Stewart, G. and Brandt, K., 2017. A project to investigate the effects of carrot and other polyacetylene-rich vegetable consumption on biomarkers of chronic disease risk. Acta Horticulturae, 1153, 141-148.
  • Lim, J., Henry, C.J. and Haldar, S., 2016. Vinegar as a functional ingredient to improve postprandial glycemic control-human intervention findings and molecular mechanisms. Molecular nutrition & food research, 60 (8), 1837-1849.
  • Mok, A., Haldar, S., Lee, J.C.Y., Leow, M.K.S. and Henry, C.J., 2016. Postprandial changes in cardiometabolic disease risk in young Chinese men following isocaloric high or low protein diets, stratified by either high or low meal frequency - A randomized controlled crossover trial. Nutrition Journal, 15 (1).
  • Beckmann, M., Lloyd, A.J., Haldar, S., Seal, C., Brandt, K. and Draper, J., 2013. Hydroxylated phenylacetamides derived from bioactive benzoxazinoids are bioavailable in humans after habitual consumption of whole grain sourdough rye bread. Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 57 (10), 1859-1873.
  • Lloyd, A.J., Beckmann, M., Haldar, S., Seal, C., Brandt, K. and Draper, J., 2013. Data-driven strategy for the discovery of potential urinary biomarkers of habitual dietary exposure. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 97 (2), 377-389.
  • Gill, C.I.R., Haldar, S. et al., 2010. Profiling of phenols in human fecal water after raspberry supplementation. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 58 (19), 10389-10395.
  • Thurnham, D.I., McCabe, L.D., Haldar, S., Wieringa, F.T., Northrop-Clewes, C.A. and McCabe, G.P., 2010. Adjusting plasma ferritin concentrations to remove the effects of subclinical inflammation in the assessment of iron deficiency: A meta-analysis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 92 (3), 546-555.
  • Haldar, S., Rowland, I.R., Barnett, Y.A., Bradbury, I., Robson, P.J., Powell, J. and Fletcher, J., 2007. Influence of habitual diet on antioxidant status: A study in a population of vegetarians and omnivores. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 61 (8), 1011-1022.
  • Gill, C.I.R., Haldar, S., Boyd, L.A., Bennett, R., Whiteford, J., Butler, M., Pearson, J.R., Bradbury, I. and Rowland, I.R., 2007. Watercress supplementation in diet reduces lymphocyte DNA damage and alters blood antioxidant status in healthy adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85 (2), 504-510.
  • Gill, C.I.R., Haldar, S., Porter, S., Matthews, S., Sullivan, S., Coulter, J., McGlynn, H. and Rowland, I., 2004. The effect of cruciferous and leguminous sprouts on genotoxicity, in vitro and in vivo. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention, 13 (7), 1199-1205.

Chapters

  • Haldar, S., Chia, S.C. and Henry, C.J., 2015. Body Composition in Asians and Caucasians: Comparative Analyses and Influences on Cardiometabolic Outcomes. Advances in Food and Nutrition Research. 97-154.

Conferences

  • Warner, S., Seal, C., Haldar, S. and Brandt, K., 2016. Database of polyacetylene-containing foods for estimation of population intake. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY, 75 (OCE3), E93.
  • Warner, S., Seal, C., Haldar, S. and Brandt, K., 2016. Retention of polyacetylenes and carotenoids in carrot during cooking. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY, 75 (OCE 2), E55.
  • Beckmann, M., Lloyd, A.J., Haldar, S., Favé, G., Seal, C.J., Brandt, K., Mathers, J.C. and Draper, J., 2013. Dietary exposure biomarker-lead discovery based on metabolomics analysis of urine samples. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 72 (3), 352-361.
  • Primrose, S., Haldar, S. et al., 2011. Workshop report: Metabolomics and human nutrition. British Journal of Nutrition, 105 (8), 1277-1283.