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13-05 Fruit for dessert. How people compose healthier meals
13-05 Dietary nutrients associated with short and long sleep duration
13-05 Watching a food-related television show and caloric intake. A laboratory study
13-02 Diet and Mental Health
13-02 Heart healthy benefits and a vegetarian diet
13-02 Hidden food nasties revealed in new Change4Life campaign
13-02 The nutritional content of meals from the supermarket and from TV chefs
13-02 Menu information about how far to walk to burn off calories
13-02 5-a-day Dr Michael Mosley looks at the history and science behind the '5 a Day' message BBC iPlayer
13-02 Research proves low fat diet is key to a slimmer figure
13-02 A Current Appraisal of Health- and Nutrition-Related Claims in Magazine Food Advertisements
13-02 Comparison of Health-Risk Behaviors Among Students Attending Alternative and Traditional High Schools in Minnesota
13-02 Factors That Were Found to Influence Ghanaian Adolescents’ Eating Habits (pdf)
13-01 5-a-day : the history and science behind the '5 a Day' message BBC iPlayer
12-11 Healthy convenience: nudging students toward healthier choices in the lunchroom
12-11 Perceptions of emotional eating behavior. A qualitative study of college students
12-11 Watching TV cookery shows and eating food
12-11 The power of habits: Unhealthy snacking behaviour is primarily predicted by habit strength
12-11 Family Meals among New Zealand Young People: Relationships with Eating Behaviors and Body Mass Index
12-11 Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption: The role of message framing and autonomy
12-11 Food Marketing to Children and Adolescents. What Do Parents Think?
12-11 Junk food 'fuelling stroke crisis for young people'
12-11 Takeaways Toolkit: Tools, interventions and case studies to help local authorities develop a response to the health impacts of fast food takeaways (pdf)
12-09 Exercise may reduce motivation for food
12-09 Daily sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and insulin resistance in European adolescents
12-09 "Reduced fat", "low fat" and "light" food products and calories
12-09 Chocolate and its effect on the natural brain chemical Enkephalin
12-09 Popcorn is more satiating than potato chips in normal-weight adults (pdf)
12-09 Acceptance of health-promoting Brassica vegetables: the influence of taste perception, information and attitudes
12-09 Eating organic instead of conventional foods
12-07 University Student Sample Is Unable to Accurately Assess Their Calorie Needs: Implications for Weight Management and Menu Labeling
12-07 A Survey of undergraduate student perceptions and use of nutrition information labels in a university dining hall
12-07 Factors Associated with Low Water Intake among US High School Students
12-07 Nutritional status of Moroccan adolescents: The role of parental education
12-05 Using Focus Groups to Develop a Nutrition Labeling Program within University Food Service
12-05 Representations and beliefs about eating disorders in a sample of French adolescents
12-05 Promoting the Purchase of Low-Calorie Foods From School Vending Machines
12-05 Public underestimating sugar levels in popular drinks
12-04 Pizzas and salt
12-04 The influence of breakfast and dairy products on dietary calcium and vitamin D intake in postpubertal adolescents and young adults
12-04 Fruit, vegetables and skin tone
12-02 Fried food and health
12-02 Drinking milk and brain function
12-02 Presweetened and Nonpresweetened Ready-to-Eat Cereals at Breakfast Are Associated With Improved Nutrient Intake but Not With Increased Body Weight of Children and Adolescents
12-01 A majority of Europeans do not reach WHO recommendations on vegetables and fruit consumption
11-12 Advice remains unchanged: eating raw oysters carries a risk of food poisoning
11-12 Perceptions of fruit and vegetable dietary guidelines among Australian young adults
11-12 Cooking skills are important competencies for promoting healthy eating in an urban Indigenous health service
11-12 A study on the moderating role of self-affirmation on actual fruit intake versus vegetable intake
11-12 Back to Front : Food growing in front gardens (pdf)
11-12 Tinned food and Bisphenol A
11-12 Evaluation of nutrition knowledge and dietary intake of male academy rugby union players undertaking a nutrition education program
11-10 The effect of sugar-free products on dental health
11-10 Do fizzy drinks make teens violent?
11-10 Caffeine and depression
11-10 Adolescent experiences of ‘family meals’ in Australia
11-08 Fatty food cravings
11-08 Understanding the way that food is processed, physically and chemically, in the stomach
11-08 Diet and bowel cancer
11-07 The transmission of attitudes towards food: Twofold specificity of similarities with parents and friends
11-07 Dieting and Disordered Eating Behaviors from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: Findings from a 10-Year Longitudinal Study
11-07 Psychosocial Characteristics in Relation to Disordered Eating Attitudes in Greek Adolescents
11-06 Location of food stores near U.S. school does not predict the weight status of high school students
11-06 Why not set up a food co-operative in your school/college?
11-06 Energy and sports drinks and children/adolescents
11-06 Olive oil and the risk of having a stroke in later life
11-05 Smaller Food Item Sizes of Snack Foods Influence Reduced Portions and Caloric Intake in Young Adults
11-05 Breakfast frequency inversely associated with BMI and body fatness in Hong Kong Chinese children aged 9–18 years
11-05 Salt and Health
11-03 Miracle foods: myths and the media - A Behind the Headlines report (pdf)
11-03 Physicochemical and sensory characteristics of no-bake wheat–soy snack bars
11-03 Recipe for diabetes disaster: a study of dietary behaviors among adolescent students in south Delhi, India
11-03 Yoga and pilates: Associations with body image and disordered-eating behaviors in a population-based sample of young adults
11-02 Relationship between self-reported dietary intake and physical activity levels among adolescents (pdf)
11-02 Atrial fibrillation in healthy adolescents after highly caffeinated beverage consumption
10-12 Eating while playing a computer game or simply working through lunch could increase your food intake later in the day.
10-12 Oats could hold the key to a healthier meal
10-12 Situational characteristics of young adults’ eating occasions
10-12 Student cooking website shows students how to cook on a budget
10-12 Imagine eating chocolate, reducing appetite and losing weight.
10-12 Beetroot juice and young people ...and...Beetroot juice, young people, old people and the media
10-11 Eating smaller amounts of salt every day as a teenager could help to reduce health problems later in life
10-11 Can probiotic yoghurt ease stomach upsets?
10-11 Eating patterns and nutritional characteristics associated with sleep duration
10-11 Actual use of a front-of-pack nutrition logo in the supermarket: consumers’ motives in food choice
10-10 Exploring obesity and behavioural nutrition and physical activity among adolescents across Europe - Special Issue
10-10 "Real men don’t eat quiche" : Regulation of gender-expressive choices by men (pdf)
10-10 Childhood, adolescent and early adult body mass index in relation to adult mortality
10-10 Obesity and eating habits among college students in Saudi Arabia (pdf)
10-10 Body weight, self-perception and mental health outcomes among adolescents
10-10 Association between actual weight status, perceived weight and depressive, anxious symptoms in Chinese adolescents (pdf)
10-10 Drinking tea and heart disease
10-09 Vitamin B and dementia
10-09 Dairy products and weight loss
10-09 ‘At least he’s doing something’: Moral entrepreneurship and individual responsibility in Jamie’s Ministry of Food
10-09 Eating chocolate and reducing the risk of heart failure
10-07 I don't eat a hamburger and large chips every day!' A qualitative study of the impact of public health messages about obesity on obese adults
10-07 Does chocolate reduce blood pressure?
10-07 Eating more meat and the association with extra weight gain
10-07 Consumer perceptions of beef healthiness: results from a qualitative study in four European countries
10-06 The survival guide to food for 6th form students
10-06 Small, medium, large or supersize: trends in food portion sizes in The Netherlands
10-06 University students' views of obesity and weight management strategies
10-06 Fishing fleet working 17 times harder than in 1880s to make same catch
10-06 Feeding practices and styles used by a diverse sample of low-income parents of preschool-age children
10-06 Is there an association between tea and coffee consumption and reduced risk of heart disease?
10-06 Qualitative research to explore public understanding of sodium and salt labelling
10-06 A meat-rich diet might prepare the body for pregnancy, triggering an earlier puberty
10-05 An association between eating processed meat and...
10-05 Raw, unsalted, nuts eaten in moderation may lower cholesterol
10-05 Comparing symptoms of depression with chocolate consumption levels
10-05 It could be possible to control binge eating by stimulating the brain
10-05 Beetroot juice may boost stamina
10-05 A tale of two cities: A study of access to food, lessons for public health practice
10-05 Is breakfast the most important meal of the day for you?
10-04 A content analysis of British food advertisements aimed at children and adults
10-04 water footprint
10-04 Cognitive ability and self-control in relation to dietary habits, physical activity and bodyweight in adolescents
10-04 Water footprint
10-03 Exposure to food temptations can lead to avoiding food stimuli
10-03 Young healthy individuals develop lack of energy when adopting an obesity provoking behaviour for 4 weeks
10-03 Food price and diet and health outcomes: 20 Years of the CARDIA Study
10-03 Dietary habits and overweight/obesity in adolescents in Xi'an City, China
10-02 It's disgusting how much salt you eat!'
10-02 Effects of worksite health promotion interventions on employee diets
10-02 Perceived body weight and body mass index among university students in seven European countries
10-02 Dietary behaviours during pregnancy: findings from first-time mothers in southwest Sydney
10-01 Food consumption patterns of Nigerian adolescents and effect on body weight
10-01 Childhood anxiety associated with low BMI in women with Anorexia Nervosa
10-01 New eating device retrains dietary habits and helps children lose weight
09-12 Dietary habits and physical activity in Greek youth
09-12 Students can eat snacks to help their memory during finals
09-12 Using your body sense to control holiday eating
09-12 Influence of environmental factors on food intake and choice of beverage during meals in teenagers: a laboratory study
09-12 Weight control strategies of overweight adolescents who successfully lost weight
09-12 Chocolate may still be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet
09-12 Energy drinks for children and adolescents
09-11 Food habits of Kuwait university nutrition students: pilot study
09-11 The role of adolescent behaviors in the female-male disparity in obesity incidence in U.S. black and white young adults
09-11 Cholesterol levels in later life amongst UK Channel Islanders exposed to the 1940-45 German occupation as children, adolescents and young adults
09-11 Eating behaviour and body image in a sample of adolescents from Sevilla
09-11 Obesity - progress in clinical care and education? - seminar
09-10 The health and nutrition of young indigenous women in north Queensland - intergenerational implications of poor food quality, obesity, diabetes, tobacco smoking and alcohol use.
09-10 Overeating is not about the food': Women describe their experience of a yoga treatment program for binge eating
09-10 Food prices and fruit and vegetable consumption among young American adults
09-10 The prevalence of food hypersensitivity in young adults.
09-10 Computer-tailored dietary behaviour change interventions: a systematic review
09-10 Health behavior interests of adolescents with unhealthy diet and exercise: implications for weight management
09-09 Cool and independent or foolish and undisciplined? Adolescents' prototypes of (un)healthy eaters and their association with eating behaviour
09-09 Adolescent-parent interactions and attitudes around screen time and sugary drink consumption: a qualitative study
09-09 Food prices and fruit and vegetable consumption among young American adults.
09-09 Contribution of honey in nutrition and human health: a review
09-09 Recipes4us - September
09-09 Safer food, better business teaching resources for colleges
09-09 The effect of including a conventional snack (cereal bar) and a nonconventional snack (almonds) on hunger, eating frequency, dietary intake and body weight
09-09 Heart attack survivors benefit from chocolate consumption
09-08 Eating styles and energy intake in young women
09-08 Dietary fish and meat intake and dementia in Latin America, China, and India
09-08 The presence of friends increases food intake in youths
09-08 Poor knowledge of fruit and veg
09-08 Do burdens of underweight and overweight coexist among lower socioeconomic groups in India?
09-07 Do vegetarians have to eat fish for optimal cardiovascular protection?
09-07 Food and diet: Differences between students and nonstudents
09-07 Clearer guidance on food labelling
09-07 Longer life for milk drinkers
09-07 Cooking with sound
09-06 Cherry juice may be the new sports drink
09-06 Food & Transitions from University of Michigan School of Public Health
09-05 Longitudinal and cross-sectional influences on youth fruit and vegetable consumption
09-05 The development and evaluation of a computer game (RightWay Café) as a special medium to promote a healthy diet for young adults
09-05 Spanish young people are abandoning the adherence to the Mediterranean Diet
09-05 Disordered Eating Behaviors: What About Boys?
09-05 Changes in dietary habits following temporal migration. The case of international students in Belgium
09-04 The presence of healthy food can lead to unhealthy choices
09-04 A study showed that, although vegans had lower dietary calcium and protein intakes than omnivores, veganism did not have adverse effect on bone mineral density and did not alter body composition
09-04 The End of Overeating' - retrain your brain
09-04 Weight-loss campaigns that promote exercise may actually cause people to eat more
09-04 Calls for national college dedicated to Indian cookery
09-03 Characteristics and dietary patterns of adolescents who value eating locally grown, organic, nongenetically engineered, and nonprocessed food
09-03 The risk of stroke increases with the number of fast-food restaurants in a neighbourhood
09-03 Eating for Health, Mental Performance and Wellbeing Conference
09-03 The affordability of healthy eating in Australia remained relatively constant from 2000 to 2007
09-03 Our culture of wasting food will one day leave us hungry
09-01 Diet, Behaviour and the Junk Food Generation Conference
09-01 First steps in providing nutrition information when eating out
09-01 Young adults need to make more time for healthy meals
08-12 Women double fruit and vegetable intake with switch to Mediterranean diet
08-12 Did Dickens' Oliver Twist really need more?
08-12 Fast food, restaurant food and home-made food
08-11 Burger chains agree to health-drive revolution
08-09 Eat more cheese and avoid tap water, food industry tells pupils?
08-09 Grants for young people (
08-09 Food events in London
08-07 Keeping a food diary can double a person's weight loss
08-07 Weight Loss with a Low-Carbohydrate, Mediterranean, or Low-Fat Diet
08-07 Obesity levels in China are rising
08-07 Eating slowly led to decreases in energy intake within meals in healthy women
08-07 Trainee chefs, from The Bournemouth and Poole College on the Specialised Chefs Scholarship, celebrate finishing their studies in one of London's finest hotels
08-07 The quality of nutritional information available on popular Canadian websites: a content analysis
08-06 Teenagers in Finland and eating problems