Table of contents - Special Issue: Obesity
Guest Editors: Dr Mabel Blades
To describe a year‐long pilot programme, based at a leisure centre combining access to a modified version of the existing “Physical Activity Referral Scheme” (“Exercise on…
Effects of an over‐the‐counter herbal weight management product (Zotrim®) on weight and waist circumference in a sample of overweight women: a consumer studyC.H.S. Ruxton, F. Hinton, C.E.L. Evans
Aims to carry out a consumer intervention study to evaluate the impact of an over‐the‐counter herbal weight management product (Zotrim®) on weight and waist circumference.
Because patients are more likely to follow advice from healthy weight rather than overweight physicians, seeks to determine whether physician overweight could be predicted by…
An abundance of diets advocating various different ways of losing weight have been covered in the media. This article aims to examine the latest trends and to look at how the…
Differences in dietary patterns constitute a major component of the environmental changes experienced by immigrant populations, and have been associated with several diseases with…
The aim of this study is to investigate the prevalence of appetite‐related, emotional and physical symptoms in a group of menstruating females.
Nutritional profiling vs guideline daily amounts as a means of helping consumers make appropriate food choicesGaynor Bussell
To distinguish between the use of Guideline Daily Amounts (GDAs) for labelling purposes and traffic‐light labelling and to demonstrate the advantages of GDAs over traffic lights.
With a global increase in the prevalence of obesity, nutrition and exercise play a key role in its prevention and treatment. Natural product (nutraceutical) interventions are…
To provide an overview of recent research that collectively demonstrates the potential for peanuts as an aid to weight management.
Waist to height ratio and the Ashwell® shape chart could predict the health risks of obesity in adults and children in all ethnic groupsMargaret Ashwell OBE
To outline the benefits of the ratio of the waist to height ratio (WHTR) and its graphical representation in the Ashwell® shape chart for the assessment of the health risks of…
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