To eat or not to eat red meat. A closer look at the relationship between restrained eating and vegetarianism in college females

@article{Forestell2012ToEO,
  title={To eat or not to eat red meat. A closer look at the relationship between restrained eating and vegetarianism in college females},
  author={Catherine A. Forestell and Andrea M. Spaeth and Stephanie A Kane},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2012},
  volume={58},
  pages={319-325}
}

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