The Mediterranean diet among British older adults: Its understanding, acceptability and the feasibility of a randomised brief intervention with two levels of dietary advice.

@article{Lara2015TheMD,
  title={The Mediterranean diet among British older adults: Its understanding, acceptability and the feasibility of a randomised brief intervention with two levels of dietary advice.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Lara and Edel Turbett and Agata Mckevic and Kate Rudgard and Henrietta Hearth and John C. Mathers},
  journal={Maturitas},
  year={2015},
  volume={82 4},
  pages={387-93}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess (i) understanding, acceptability and preference for two graphical displays of the Mediterranean diet (MD); and (ii) feasibility of a brief MD intervention and cost of adherence to this diet among British older adults. DESIGN Two studies undertaken at the Human Nutrition Research Centre, Newcastle University are reported. In study-1, preference and understanding of the MD guidelines and two graphical displays, a plate and a pyramid, were evaluated in an educational group… CONTINUE READING

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