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Utter, Jennifer; Denny, Simon; Lucassen, Mathijs and Dyson, Ben (2015). Adolescent cooking abilities and behaviors: Associations with nutrition and emotional well-being. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (Early view).


Barbour, R. S.; MacLeod, M.; Mires, G. and Anderson, A. S. (2012). Uptake of folic acid supplements before and during pregnancy: focus group analysis of women’s views and experiences. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 25(2) pp. 140–147. file


Stewart, Michael G. (2010). New insight into mode of action of Colostrinin. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 14(4) p. 336. file


Oates, J. and Isaacs, E. (2008). Nutrition and cognition: assessing cognitive abilities in children and young people. European Journal of Nutrition, 47(s3) pp. 4–24. file


Pond, C.M.; Mattacks, C.A and Sadler, D. (2004). The effects of dietary lipids on dendritic cells in perinodal adipose tissue during chronic mild inflammation. British Journal of Nutrition, 91(6) pp. 883–892. file


Pond, Caroline A. and Mattacks, Christine A. (2003). The source of fatty acids incorporated into proliferating lymphoid cells in immune-stimulated lymph nodes. British Journal of Nutrition, 89(3) pp. 375–382. file


Fuller, Malcolm F. and Garthwaite, Paul (1993). The form of response of body protein accretion to dietary amino acid supply. Journal of Nutrition, 123(5) pp. 957–963.


Avons, P.; Garthwaite, P. H.; Davies, H. L.; Murgatroyd, P. R. and James, W. P. (1988). Approaches to estimating physical activity in the community: calorimetric validation of actometers and heart rate monitoring. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 42(3) pp. 185–196.

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