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  • Lenka Humeníkova, Gail E Gates
  • 2007
The prevalence of child obesity in the Czech Republic has increased in the last several years, especially among school-aged children. While obesity trends are closely monitored in the Czech Republic, very little is known about the dietary habits and exercise behaviors of Czech children. The purpose of this study was to evaluate nutrient intakes and physical(More)
High plasma homocysteine (hcy) concentrations may be an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Folic acid supplementation reduces plasma hcy, however no studies used fortified foods and nutrition education to promote a sustained diet change. The effects of nutrition education and fortified cereal consumption on plasma hcy were studied in 41 men(More)
The purpose of the study was to compare the prevalence of disordered eating between female college athletes and non-athletes and explore emotion regulation as a potential mediator of the link between participation in athletics and disordered eating symptoms. Data for this cross-sectional study came from 527 college students in a mid-western state of the USA(More)
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