Assessment of advice to reduce dietary fat and non-milk extrinsic sugar in a free-living male population.

  title={Assessment of advice to reduce dietary fat and non-milk extrinsic sugar in a free-living male population.},
  author={Sandra Drummond and T F Kirk},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={2 2},
OBJECTIVE To compare the effect of advice to reduce both dietary fat and sugar with advice to reduce fat alone on subsequent dietary intake in Scottish men. DESIGN A parallel design intervention study was employed to measure compliance to the two types of dietary advice. Subjects were randomly assigned to Group 1 (advice to reduce fat and non-milk extrinsic (NME) sugar), Group 2 (advice to reduce fat only, ad libitum sugar) or a control Group 0 (no advice). Compliance was assessed by two 4… CONTINUE READING
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