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Highlights from the May 2007 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

ietary Data Exclusions
  • Changes in Type of Foodservice and Dining Room Environment Preferentially Benefit Institutionalized Seniors with Low Body Mass Indices
  • Clients Safe Food Handling Knowledge and Risk Behavior in the Home-Delivered Meal Program
  • Nutrition Assessment in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999-2002
  • How Does MyPyramid Compare to Other Population-Based Recommendations for Controlling Chronic Disease?
  • Assessing Change in Dietary Fat Behaviors in a Weight Loss Program for African-Americans: A Potential Short Method


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  • Contact: Jennifer Starkey
    media@eatright.org
    312-899-4802
    American Dietetic Association
    1-May-2007


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