R M Hindson

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The energy intakes, anthropometry and blood pressure of 62 expeditioners at one Australian sub-Antarctic (Macquarie Island) and two Antarctic stations (Davis and Casey) were examined over a 12 month period. High mean energy intakes were found at all stations (approximately 16,000 kJ/subject/day). Mean subject body weight tended to rise during the winter(More)
The study examined the effects of a reduced-fat, oleic acid and carbohydrate-enriched diet on serum lipid profiles and body weight in the setting of an isolated Australian Antarctic station. A 12-week dietary intervention period was provided for 30 healthy, free-living expeditioners against a background diet typical of the Australian population. The diet(More)
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