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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 18, Number 4, August 2005

Using smart card technology to monitor the eating habits of children in a school cafeteria: 1. Developing and validating the methodology
pp. 243-254(12)
Authors: Lambert, N.; Plumb, J.; Looise, B.; Johnson, I. T.; Harvey, I.; Wheeler, C.; Robinson, M.; Rolfe, P.

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Using smart card technology to monitor the eating habits of children in a school cafeteria: 2. The nutrient contents of all meals chosen by a group of 8- to 11-year-old boys over 78 days
pp. 255-265(11)
Authors: Lambert, N.; Plumb, J.; Looise, B.; Johnson, I. T.; Harvey, I.; Wheeler, C.; Robinson, M.; Rolfe, P.

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Using smart card technology to monitor the eating habits of children in a school cafeteria: 3. The nutritional significance of beverage and dessert choices
pp. 271-279(9)
Authors: Lambert, N.; Plumb, J.; Looise, B.; Johnson, I. T.; Harvey, I.; Wheeler, C.; Robinson, M.; Rolfe, P.

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Can we use mid upper arm anthropometry to detect malnutrition in medical inpatients? A validation study
pp. 287-294(8)
Authors: Burden, S. T.; Stoppard, E.; Shaffer, J.; Makin, A.; Todd, C.

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Food policy old and new
pp. 315-316(2)

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Home care enteral feeding
pp. 319-319(1)

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Nutrition and the Eye
pp. 321-321(1)

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Current literature
pp. 323-333(11)

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