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Consumption of recommended food groups among children from medically underserved communities
(East Carolina University, 2009-04)
This cross-sectional study of 2 to 12 year olds living in medically underserved areas examined the proportion of children meeting the food group intake recommendations for fruits, vegetables, total grains, dairy, and ...
“Take Off 4-Health”: Nutrition Education Curriculum for a Healthy Lifestyle Camp for Overweight Youth
(East Carolina University, 2010)
There is evidence that residential summer weight loss camps can be effective to initiate or support the small change approach to address childhood obesity. This report describes the development and evaluation of nutrition ...
Eating late in the evening is associated with childhood obesity in some age groups but not in all children: the relationship between time of consumption and body weight status in U.S. children
(East Carolina University, 2009-05-21)
Background: Some studies in adults indicate a positive correlation between eating later in the day and overall energy intake as well as body weight status. Thus, the time of food intake may be a risk factor in childhood ...