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18-04

Evening use of caffeine moderates the relationship between caffeine consumption and subjective sleep quality in students

18-01

Habits and beliefs related to food supplements: Results of a survey among Italian students of different education fields and levels

17-11

Iron Deficiency Anemia, Not Iron Deficiency, Is Associated with Reduced Attention in Healthy Young Women

17-10

Intergenerational transmission of family meal patterns from adolescence to parenthood: longitudinal associations with parents’ dietary intake, weight-related behaviours and psychosocial well-being

17-10

The effect of television watching and portion size on intake during a meal

17-10

The prevalence of food addiction in a large sample of adolescents and its association with addictive substances

17-10

Chewing gum decreases energy intake at lunch following a controlled breakfast

17-08

Factors affecting vegetable preference in adolescents: stages of change and social cognitive theory

17-08

Milk Vending Does Not Improve College Students’ Milk and Calcium Intakes

17-08

Is Living near Healthier Food Stores Associated with Better Food Intake in Regional Australia?

17-07

Comparison of nutrient intake in adolescents and adults with and without food allergies

17-06

Social approval bias in self-reported fruit and vegetable intake after presentation of a normative message in college students

17-06

Menu-engineering in restaurants - adapting portion sizes on plates to enhance vegetable consumption: a real-life experiment

17-06

Milk-cereal and whole-grain dietary patterns protect against low bone mineral density among male adolescents and young adults

17-05

Energy drinks available in Ireland: a description of caffeine and sugar content

17-03

Exploring perceptions and beliefs about the cost of fruit and vegetables and whether they are barriers to higher consumption

17-03

Higher BMI is associated with stronger effects of social cues on everyday snacking behaviour

17-02

Traffic-light labels could reduce population intakes of calories, total fat, saturated fat, and sodium

17-02

Let them eat fruit! The effect of fruit and vegetable consumption on psychological well-being in young adults

16-12

Motivators and Barriers to Engaging in Healthy Eating and Physical Activity

16-11

The effects of restaurant nutrition menu labelling on college students’ healthy eating behaviours

16-11

Normalising Convenience Food? The Expectable and Acceptable Places of Convenient Food in Everyday Life among Young Danes

16-10

What is the status of food literacy in Australian high schools? Perceptions of home economics teachers.

16-10

Water and Beverage Consumption: Analysis of the Australian 2011–2012 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey

16-10

A Comparison of College Students’ Reported Fruit and Vegetable Liking and Intake from Childhood to Adulthood

16-10

The audience eats more if a movie character keeps eating: An unconscious mechanism for media influence on eating behaviors

16-10

What is the status of food literacy in Australian high schools? Perceptions of home economics teachers

16-10

Providing choice and/or variety during a meal: Impact on vegetable liking and intake

16-10

Fast food outlets by local authority

16-10

A mindful eating intervention: A theory-guided randomized anti-obesity feasibility study with adolescent Latino females.

16-10

Interventions to Improve Adolescent Nutrition: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

16-08

Mediterranean diet associated with lower risk of death

16-08

The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthily and achieving a balanced diet.

16-08

The Effect of Energy Labelling on Menus and a Social Marketing Campaign on Food-Purchasing Behaviours of University Students

16-08

Use of food labels by adolescents to make healthier choices on snacks: a cross-sectional study from Sri Lanka

16-07

Butter consumption and major health conditions

16-07

Pasta-rich diets and …

16-07

How to make pastas healthier?

16-07

Overweight adolescents’ brain response to sweetened beverages mirrors addiction pathways

16-07

College Students' Intentions to Use Calorie Information on a Restaurant Menu: Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior

16-07

The impact of chocolate consumption on acne vulgaris in college students

16-06

Negative stereotypes of the Scottish diet: A qualitative analysis of deep-fried Mars bar references in bestselling newspapers in Scotland, 2011–14

16-06

Consumption of caffeinated beverages and the awareness of their caffeine content among Dutch students

16-06

The importance of taste on dietary choice, behaviour and intake in a group of young adults

16-05

Binge eating behavior in college students: What is a binge?

16-04

"Designing Incentives to Change Behaviors
Examining College Student Intent Toward Healthy Diets
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16-03

Food safety knowledge, attitudes and self-reported practices among Ontario high school students

16-03

Eating chocolate and performance in brain tests

16-02

Association between Knowledge about Comprehensive Food Education and Increase in Dental Caries in Japanese University Students

16-02

Young women, high-fibre diet and breast cancer

16-01

Recollections of pressure to eat during childhood, but not picky eating, predict young adult eating behavior

16-01

Comprehension and Use of Nutrition Facts Tables among Adolescents and Young Adults in Canada

16-01

Assessing Intentions to Eat a Healthy Diet Among Division II Collegiate Athletes

16-01

Sugary drinks, fat levels and vital organs

16-01

Visual exposure to large and small portion sizes and perceptions of portion size normality

16-01

Is breakfast a waste of time?

15-12

Children’s Food and Beverage Promotion on Television to Parents

15-12

Effects of Recording Food Intake Using Cell Phone Camera Pictures on Energy Intake and Food Choice

15-12

Massive open online nutrition and cooking course for improved eating behaviors and meal composition

15-12

Capitalizing on mobile technology to support healthy eating in ethnic minority college students

15-12

Downsizing: policy options to reduce portion sizes to help tackle obesity

15-11

College Students Must Overcome Barriers to Use Calorie Labels in Fast-Food Restaurants

15-11

Effects of food diameter on bite size per mouthful and chewing behavior

15-11

Food as Risk: How Eating Habits and Food Knowledge Affect Reactivity to Pictures of Junk and Healthy Foods

15-11

I mean green so I eat organic: Testing the effect of peer pressure on the purchase and consumption of organic food

15-11

I mean green so I eat organic: Testing the effect of peer pressure on the purchase and consumption of organic food

15-10

16 to 24-year-olds spend more on food than any other age group

15-10

Why eating more fruit and veg doesn’t always help you lose weight

15-09

Culinary efficacy: an exploratory study of skills, confidence, and healthy cooking competencies among university students

15-08

Does school health and home economics education influence adults' food knowledge?

15-08

The Consumption of Energy Drinks Among a Sample of College Students and College Student Athletes

15-08

Postpartum Teens’ Perception of the Food Environments at Home and School

15-08

Stressful situations make us more likely to eat unhealthy food... and ... research

15-07

Heavy cutlery 'enhances the enjoyment of food' ... and ... research

15-07

Perceptions of university students regarding calories, food healthiness, and the importance of calorie information in menu labelling

15-07

Food Allergy Knowledge and Attitudes among School Nurses in an Urban Public School District

15-07

Simply adding the word “fruit” makes sugar healthier: The misleading effect of symbolic information on the perceived healthiness of food

15-07

A pilot study examining the effects of consuming a high-protein vs normal-protein breakfast on free-living glycemic control in overweight/obese ‘breakfast skipping’ adolescents

15-06

“Fitness” Foods May Cause Consumers to Eat More and Exercise Less

15-06

Higher intake of chocolate may be associated with lower cardiovascular disease and mortality ... and ... research

15-06

Do' is better than 'don't' when it comes to eating better

15-05

A nudge in a healthy direction. The effect of nutrition labels on food purchasing behaviors in university dining facilities

15-04

Those who ate an apple sample before shopping bought 25% more fruits and vegetables

15-04

Reducing Sugary Drink Consumption: New York City's Approach

15-04

Do diet soft drinks actually make you gain weight?

15-04

Usual breakfast eating habits affect response to breakfast skipping in overweight women

15-04

Is what you spend on lunch a sign of financial health?

15-03

Eating with our ears: assessing the importance of the sounds of consumption on our perception and enjoyment of multisensory flavour experiences

15-03

Reward sensitivity predicts ice cream-related attentional bias assessed by inattentional blindness

15-03

Food, risk and place: agency and negotiations of young people with food allergy

15-02

Sugar: spinning a web of influence

15-02

Energy drink consumption is associated with unhealthy dietary behaviours among college youth

14-12

Associations between breakfast eating habits and health-promoting lifestyle, suboptimal health status in Southern China

14-11

Motives for eating tasty foods associated with binge-eating. Results from a student and a weight-loss seeking population

14-11

Consumption of whole grains in French children, adolescents and adults

14-11

Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effect of increased vegetable and fruit consumption on body weight and energy intake

14-11

Determinants of Diet for Urban Aboriginal Youth Implications for Health Promotion

14-11

Improving Rural Newspaper Coverage of Nutrition Stories: An Educational Assessment of Editors’ Attitudes and Learning Needs

14-11

Sugar-sweetened and artificially-sweetened beverages in relation to obesity risk

14-11

“Drunkorexia”: Exploring the Who and Why of a Disturbing Trend in College Students’ Eating and Drinking Behaviors

14-11

Patterns of Compensatory Behaviors and Disordered Eating in College Students

14-11

Prediction of fruit and vegetable intake: The importance of contextualizing motivation

14-11

Factors Related to the Number of Fast Food Meals Obtained by College Meal Plan Students

14-11

An Evaluation of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Cigarette Smoking Among Youth

14-11

Food Culture in the Home Environment: Family Meal Practices and Values Can Support Healthy Eating and Self-Regulation in Young People in Four European Countries

14-09

Watch What You Eat: Action-Related Television Content Increases Food Intake

14-09

Is breakfast overrated?

14-09

Laying up a better diet to prepare basketball players

14-08

Adolescents in southern regions of Italy adhere to the Mediterranean diet more than those in the northern regions

14-08

Do smoking and fruit and vegetable intake mediate the association between socio-economic status and plasma carotenoids?

14-08

Perceptions of healthy snacking among Irish adolescents

14-08

The Mass Media and Adolescent Socialization: A Prospective Study in the Context of Unhealthy Food Advertising

14-08

Factors Related to the Number of Fast Food Meals Obtained by College Meal Plan Students

14-08

Obese women 'show signs of food learning impairment'

14-08

Predicting fruit consumption: the role of habits, previous behavior and mediation effects

14-08

Understanding domestic food safety practices

14-08

Rats shown to feel regret over bad decisions

14-08

A qualitative study of independent fast food vendors near secondary schools in disadvantaged Scottish neighbourhoods

14-08

Food, income and education: who eats more of what?

14-07

Energy drink consumption and impact on caffeine risk

14-07

Nutritional differences between organic and non-organic food

14-06

Skipping Breakfast is Correlated with Obesity

14-05

Olive oil and salad combined 'explain' Med diet success in mice

14-05

Perceptions of healthy snacking among Irish adolescents

14-05

An exploratory investigation of food choice behavior of teenagers with and without food allergies

14-05

Exposure to Television Food Advertising Primes Food-Related Cognitions and Triggers Motivation to Eat

14-04

Food price promotions and public health (ESRC pdf)

14-04

Campus-Based Snack Food Vending Consumption

14-04

Sweet or sour? Altering how we taste our food

14-02

When bad food happens to good intentions: female students' food dilemmas

14-02

Healthy Active Living: A Residence Community-Based Intervention to Increase Physical Activity and Healthy Eating During the Transition to First-Year University

14-02

Choosing healthier foods in recreational sports settings: a mixed methods investigation of the impact of nudging and an economic incentive (pdf)

13-12

Why are we more scared of raw egg than reheated rice?

13-11

Using a smaller dining plate does not suppress food intake from a buffet lunch meal in overweight, unrestrained women

13-11

Using student opinion and design inputs to develop an informed university foodservice menu

13-11

Family meal traditions. Comparing reported childhood food habits to current food habits among university students

13-11

Salt. UK consumers’ perceptions and consumption patterns

13-11

Surveys of the salt content in UK bread: progress made and further reductions possible (pdf)

13-11

Eating nuts and longer lifespan (pdf)

13-11

Barriers and facilitators to the promotion of healthy eating lifestyles among adolescents at school: the views of school health coordinators

13-11

Many apples a day keep the blues away – Daily experiences of negative and positive affect and food consumption in young adults

13-10

Risky eating behaviors and beliefs among adolescent girls

13-10

Use of calorie information at fast food and chain restaurants among US youth aged 9–18 years (pdf)

13-10

Fruit consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes (pdf)

13-10

The effect of rising food prices on food consumption (pdf)

13-10

The effect of learning climate on snack consumption and ego depletion among undergraduate students

13-07

Increasing fruit and vegetable intake. “Five a day” versus “just one more”

13-07

Adolescent and young adult perceptions of caffeinated energy drinks

13-07

Psychosocial determinants of fruit and vegetable consumption among students in a New Zealand university

13-07

School soft drink availability and consumption among U.S. secondary students.

13-07

Sociodemographic Characteristics and Beverage Intake of Children Who Drink Tap Water

13-07

Self-Recognition of Eating-Disordered Behavior in College Women: Further Evidence of Poor Eating Disorders “Mental Health Literacy”?

13-07

Do smoking and fruit and vegetable intake mediate the association between socio-economic status and plasma carotenoids

13-07

Soft drinks, aggression and suicidal behaviour in US high school students

13-07

Brain scans, high and low glycaemic index (GI) diets and food cravings

13-07

Company and meal choices considered by Nordic adolescents

13-07

Reasons Underlying Low Fish Consumption Where Availability Is Not an Issue. A Case Study in Brazil, One of the World's Largest Fish Producers

13-05

College Students' Perceptions of Fast Food Restaurant Menu Items on Health

13-05

Emotions and Food Consumption (Macronutrient) in a Foodservice College Setting—A Mixed Methods Study

13-05

Development and functionality of a handheld computer program to improve fruit and vegetable intake among low-income youth

13-05

Punishment and Reward Sensitivity: Are Naturally Occurring Clusters in These Traits Related to Eating and Weight Problems in Adolescents?

13-05

Prolonged chewing at lunch decreases later snack intake

13-05

Using stop signals to reduce impulsive choices for palatable unhealthy foods

13-05

Eat fit. Get big? How fitness cues influence food consumption volumes

13-05

Adolescent and young adult perceptions of caffeinated energy drinks.

13-05

Fruit for dessert. How people compose healthier meals

13-05

Dietary nutrients associated with short and long sleep duration

13-05

Watching a food-related television show and caloric intake. A laboratory study

13-02

Diet and Mental Health

13-02

Heart healthy benefits and a vegetarian diet

13-02

Hidden food nasties revealed in new Change4Life campaign

13-02

The nutritional content of meals from the supermarket and from TV chefs

13-02

Menu information about how far to walk to burn off calories

13-02

5-a-day Dr Michael Mosley looks at the history and science behind the '5 a Day' message BBC iPlayer

13-02

Research proves low fat diet is key to a slimmer figure

13-02

A Current Appraisal of Health- and Nutrition-Related Claims in Magazine Food Advertisements

13-02

Comparison of Health-Risk Behaviors Among Students Attending Alternative and Traditional High Schools in Minnesota

13-02

Factors That Were Found to Influence Ghanaian Adolescents’ Eating Habits (pdf)

13-01

5-a-day : the history and science behind the '5 a Day' message BBC iPlayer

12-11

Healthy convenience: nudging students toward healthier choices in the lunchroom

12-11

Perceptions of emotional eating behavior. A qualitative study of college students

12-11

Watching TV cookery shows and eating food

12-11

The power of habits: Unhealthy snacking behaviour is primarily predicted by habit strength

12-11

Family Meals among New Zealand Young People: Relationships with Eating Behaviors and Body Mass Index

12-11

Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption: The role of message framing and autonomy

Mental Health 5-16+, Food
16-10

Effects of Walnut Consumption on Mood in Young Adults—A Randomized Controlled Trial

16-06

Family eating habits, family support and subjective well-being in university students in Chile

15-11

Omega-3 fatty acids for depression in adults

15-10

A case–control study of the health and well-being benefits of allotment gardening

15-09

High-fish consumption may reduce the risk of depression [only in Europe?]

15-08

Associations between fruit and vegetable consumption and depressive symptoms

15-08

Healthy Team Healthy U: a prospective validation of an evidence-based worksite health promotion and wellness platform

15-07

Comfort Eating, Psychological Stress, and Depressive Symptoms in Young Adult Women

14-07

Positive effects of a healthy snack (fruit) versus an unhealthy snack (chocolate/crisps) on subjective reports of mental and physical health

Exercise, Food
15-12

Effect of Breakfast Omission on Energy Intake and Evening Exercise Performance

15-10

Sports drinks: are you better off making your own?

15-09

Beetroot juice improves sprinting and decision-making during exercise

15-04

It is time to bust the myth of physical inactivity and obesity: you cannot outrun a bad diet

Food, Health
14-11

Nutrition label use mediates the positive relationship between nutrition knowledge and attitudes towards healthy eating with dietary quality among university students in the UK

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