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Food Expenditures and Food Purchasing Among Low-Income, Urban, African-American Youth
Low-income, urban African-American youth are at higher risk for obesity and less likely to meet dietary recommendations than white, higher-income youth. Patterns of food purchasing among youth likely contribute to these disparities, but little published information is available....
The food choice kaleidoscope. A framework for structured description of product, place and person as sources of variation in food choices
Despite a wide range of research approaches already being used to study eating and drinking, this complex aspect of human activity lacks conceptualisation and methodology for structured description of food choices. This paper introduces a metaphoric framework--the food choice kaleido...
Screening and prediction of erosive potential.
The literature on the erosive potential of drinks and other products is summarised, and aspects of the conduct of screening tests as well as possible correlations of the erosive potential with various solution parameters are discussed. The solution parameters that have been suggested...
Dietary cadmium intake by the Belgian adult population.
The aim of this study was to estimate the dietary cadmium (Cd) intake of the Belgian adult population, to compare this dietary Cd exposure to the tolerable weekly intake (TWI) recently established by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and to determine the major food groups tha...
Implementation of California state school competitive food and beverage standards.
Schools have begun to implement competitive food and beverage policies. However, school environments, particularly in secondary schools, are not 100% compliant with school nutrition standards. These findings can inform policymakers and school officials about the feasibility of implementing competiti...
Response of the food and beverage industry to the obesity threat.
ACOG CommitteeOpinion No. 462: Moderate caffeine consumption during pregnancy.
Moderate caffeine consumption (less than 200 mg per day) does not appear to be a major contributing factor in miscarriage or preterm birth. The relationship of caffeine to growth restriction remains undetermined. A final conclusion cannot be made at this time as to whether there is a correlation bet...
Food and Beverage Environment Analysis and Monitoring System: A Reliability Study in the School Food and Beverage Environment
States and school districts around the country are developing policies that set nutrition standards for competitive foods and beverages sold outside of the US Department of Agriculture's reimbursable school lunch program. However, few tools exist for monitoring the implementation of...
Administration of medicines in food and drink: a study of older inpatients with severe mental illness.
Administration of medication in food or drink and covert medication were common in this group of hospitalized patients with severe mental illness. Before administering medication covertly it is important to discuss the matter with the multidisciplinary team and, where appropriate, with the patient's...
Prevention before profits: a levy on food and alcohol advertising.