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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 19, Number 4, August 2006

Salute, Slainte and Santé
pp. 249-251(3)
Author: Anderson, Annie S.

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The effect of advice to walk 2000 extra steps daily on food intake
pp. 263-266(4)
Authors: Koulouri, A.-A.; Tigbe, W. W.; Lean, M. E. J.

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Prepregnancy body mass index and dietary intake in the first trimester of pregnancy
pp. 267-273(7)
Authors: Derbyshire, E.; Davies, J.; Costarelli, V.; Dettmar, P.

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Parent and child reports of fruit and vegetable intakes and related family environmental factors show low levels of agreement
pp. 275-285(11)
Authors: Tak, N. I.; te Velde, S. J.; de Vries, J. H. M.; Brug, J.

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Processes underlying young women's decisions to eat fruits and vegetables
pp. 287-298(12)
Authors: Chung, S.-J.; Hoerr, S.; Levine, R.; Coleman, G.

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Dietary Supplements and functional foods
pp. 314-315(2)
Author: de Jong, Nynke

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Counselling for eating disorders in men
pp. 316-317(2)
Author: Williams, Kate

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