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Increasing fast food portion sizes: myth or reality?

  • R. Doody (a1), W. L. Wrieden (a1) and K. L. Barton (a2)
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1.Young, LR & Nestle, M (2002) Am J Public Health 92, 246249.
2.Nielsen, SJ & Popkin, BM (2003) JAMA 289, 450453.
3.Wrieden, WL, Gregor, A & Barton, KL (2008) Proc Nut Soc 67, OCE6, E211.
4.Church, S (2008) Trends in Portion Sizes in the UK – A Preliminary Review of Publishes Information. London: Food Standards Agency.
5.Wrieden, WL & Barton, KL (2005) Calculation and Collation of Typical Food Portion Sizes for Adults aged 19–64 and Older People Aged 65 and over. (N08026). London: Food Standards Agency.

Increasing fast food portion sizes: myth or reality?

  • R. Doody (a1), W. L. Wrieden (a1) and K. L. Barton (a2)

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