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Self-reported perception of healthy eating behaviour through on-line tool is associated with healthy weight status and food intake

  • R. San-Cristobal (a1), S. Navas-Carretero (a1) (a2), John C. Mathers (a3) and J.A. Martinez (a1) (a2)
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1. Celis-Morales, C, Livingstone, KM, Marsaux, CF, Macready, AL, Fallaize, R et al. (2016 Aug 14) Food4Me Study. Effect of personalized nutrition on health-related behaviour change: evidence from the Food4me European randomized controlled trial. Int J Epidemiol. pii: dyw186.
2. Poínhos, R, van der Lans, IA, Rankin, A, Fischer, AR, Bunting, B, Kuznesof, S, Stewart-Knox, B, Frewer, LJ (2014 Oct 21) Psychological determinants of consumer acceptance of personalised nutrition in 9 European countries. PLoS One 9(10): e110614. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0110614.

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