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Validity and reliability of a short questionnaire for assessing the impact of cooking skills interventions.
TLDR
This tool provides a standardised method of evaluating cooking skills interventions that could be utilised in the development and evaluation of multicentre cookery skills interventions.
Children's estimates of food portion size: the development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children
TLDR
The IPSAS has shown potential for assessment of dietary intake with children but would need to be expanded to cover a wider range of foods and to be validated in a ‘real-life’ situation.
Can the EPIC food-frequency questionnaire be used in adolescent populations?
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The agreement between the EPIC FFQ and the 7-day WDR was very poor on both a group and an individual basis, and demonstrates that the EPic FFQ is not an appropriate method for estimating absolute intakes in this age group.
Supporting postpartum weight loss in women living in deprived communities – design implications for a randomised control trial
TLDR
The findings support the development of a definitive trial that embraces personalised recruitment strategies and the developmentof approaches to improve retention over a clinically relevant intervention period.
Factors that affect the food choices made by girls and young women, from minority ethnic groups, living in the UK.
TLDR
Many issues that affect the food choice of people who move to the UK are common within different ethnic groups, and the idea of a practical intervention based on improving cooking skills was popular with all the groups.
Children's estimates of food portion size: the effect of timing of dietary interview on the accuracy of children's portion size estimates
TLDR
There were no significant differences in children's ability to estimate food portion size (either as served or as eaten) with timing of interview, and children were as accurate in their estimates of portion size 24 h after consuming the food as when the food was in view.
Estimation of portion size in children's dietary assessment: lessons learnt
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Children were found to estimate food portion size with an accuracy approaching that of adults using both the food photographs and the computer-based Interactive Portion Size Assessment System (IPSAS).
The effect of covertly manipulating the energy density of mixed diets on ad libitum food intake in ‘pseudo free-living’ humans
TLDR
Dietary ED can influence EI and body weight, since changes in amount eaten alone are insufficient to defend energy balance, when subjects feed on unfamiliar diets and diet selection is precluded.
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