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Highlights ► Examining the effects of dairy foods on cognitive performance is novel. ► Working memory performance improved following 6 months on a high dairy diet. ► Confirmation of this finding is required in future intervention trials.
Highlights ► Acceptance of wholegrain foods was explored within a dietary intervention study. ► ‘Trial acceptance’ related to taste, preparation and perceived impact on wellbeing. ► ‘Dietary acceptance’ related to compatibility and substitutability within the diet. ► Barriers...
Highlights ► Findings are based on a large national Czech survey. ► Theory of planned behaviour model was tested. ► The best predictors of the intention are attitudes and social norms. ► The concerns about the product- and process-based qualities prevail. ► Less importance is given to...
Highlights ► A conceptual framework is presented to show the link between ECV and economic development. ► A cross-sectional data based on 2009 survey was analyzed. ► In sum, household size and percentage spent on vegetables predict their expenditure on ECV.
Highlights ► Evaluate the efficiency and duration of sleep and meals in normal-weight and obese. ► Obese women displayed longer and a significantly higher number of awakenings per week. ► Sleep efficiency was lower in obese women and associated with metabolic syndrome. ► The higher intake...
Highlights ► We examine the role of binge eating in surgical weight loss. ► Weight loss surgery may allow a decrease in binge eating behaviour. ► A decrease in binge eating following surgery aids postoperative weight loss.
Highlights ► We identify factors that both promote healthy eating and reduce unhealthy eating amongst women. ► Confidence in eating healthily was associated with healthy and unhealthy dietary outcomes. ► Perceiving ample healthy options for eating out was unrelated to all four dietary...
Highlights ► A novel disturbed eating severity score (DESS) was developed that places disturbed eating on a continuum. ► Thirty percent of young adults were categorized as disturbed and highly disturbed eaters based on DESS scores. ► Early screening of young adults for indicators of...
Highlights ► We examine Nordic adolescents’ school lunch patterns. ► Suggestions on how healthier choices at school could be made easier were analyzed. ► Two different school lunch systems formed the background of the examination. ► The food environment at school does not always fully...
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