Lisa Sutherland

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BACKGROUND To improve diet quality and overall population health, the need to develop nutritional rating systems that are comprehensive in scope and easy for the consumer to understand and use at the point-of-purchase has emerged. OBJECTIVE Our aim was to examine the effect of a comprehensive storewide supermarket point-of-purchase nutrition navigation(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the content quality, general readability, and usability characteristics of consumer nutrition information on the World Wide Web. DESIGN Almost 500 Web sites were identified for evaluation through 2 different approaches. Of these, 150 were included for further evaluation. Each site was rated on a 27-item tool covering content(More)
Flavonoids are important bioactive plant constituents found in abundance in berries, including cranberries. Cranberry beverages have been shown to beneficially impact urinary and cardiovascular health in clinical and observational studies, but their association with anthropometric outcomes is unknown. We examined the association between cranberry juice(More)
Flavonoids, present in high levels in cranberries, are potent bioactives known for their health-promoting benefits, but cranberry beverages (CB) are not typically recommended as part of a healthy diet. We examine the association between CB consumption with macronutrient intake and weight status. Data for US adults (≥19 years, n = 10,891) were taken from the(More)
Bile acids are reported to enhance experimentally-induced colonic tumorigenesis. Previously we have reported that cholic acid, a known tumor promoter, actually reduced the number of aberrant crypt foci (ACF), purported preneoplastic lesions (B.A. Magnuson and R.P. Bird, Cancer Lett., 68 (1993), 15-23). This observation was unexpected and has prompted us to(More)
BACKGROUND Although colorectal cancer screening is recommended by major policy-making organizations, rates of screening remain low. Our aim was to develop a patient-directed, computer-based decision aid about colorectal cancer screening and investigate whether it could increase patient interest in screening. METHODS We used content from evidence-based(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to describe food and beverage brand placements in a large representative sample of popular movies. METHODS We identified and coded brand placements for foods, beverages, and food retail establishments in the top 20 US box office movie hits for each year from 1996 to 2005. We also coded general movie(More)
To address the childhood obesity epidemic, it is necessary to understand parents' and caregivers' concerns and beliefs regarding their children's weight problems and best practices for addressing those concerns. Formative research methods were used to identify obesity-related concerns of Hispanic, Black, and White parents of young children (5-8 years old)(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine food and beverage choices of preschool-aged children. DESIGN Semistructured observational study. While pretending to be adults during a role-play scenario, children selected food and beverage items from a miniature grocery store stocked with 73 different products, of which 47 foods and beverages were examined in this analysis. Parents(More)
In order to assess the usefulness of CYP1A1 mRNA measurement as an environmental biomarker it was necessary to determine if hepatic P450 CYP1A1 mRNA induction is sustained during constant exposure to hepatic monooxygenase inducers. To accomplish this, rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) were exposed, under flowthrough conditions, to beta-naphthoflavone(More)