Journal of The American Dietetic Association

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  • Long-Term Dietary Outcomes of the FRESH START Intervention for Breast and Prostate Cancer Survivors.  111:1844-1851. 2011
  • Use of Indirect Calorimetry in Eating Disorder and Obese Adolescent Populations.  111:A27-A27. 2011
  • Evidence-Based Nutrition Guidelines for Cancer Survivors: Current Guidelines, Knowledge Gaps, and Future Research Directions.  111:368-375. 2011
  • Health Behaviors and Weight Status of Childhood Cancer Survivors and Their Parents: Similarities and Opportunities for Joint Interventions.  111:1917-1923. 2011
  • Reliability and Predictive Validity of Energy Intake Measures from the 24-Hour Dietary Recalls of Homebound Older Adults.  110:773-778. 2010
  • Using the Energy Gap to Address Obesity: A Commentary.  109:1848-1853. 2009
  • Neighborhood-Level Disadvantage Is Associated with Reduced Dietary Quality in Children.  109:1612-1616. 2009
  • Differential influence of diet and physical activity on components of metabolic syndrome in a multiethnic sample of children..  109:236-244. 2009
  • Fourth Graders' Reports of Fruit and Vegetable Intake at School Lunch: Does Treatment Assignment Affect Accuracy?.  109:36-44. 2009
  • Nutritional Genomics, Polyphenols, Diets, and Their Impact on Dietetics.  108:1888-1895. 2008
  • Calcium, Vitamin D Supplementation, and Physical Function in the Women's Health Initiative.  108:1472-1479. 2008
  • Liquid and Solid Meal Replacement Products Differentially Affect Postprandial Appetite and Food Intake in Older Adults.  108:1226-1230. 2008
  • Nutrient Status of Adults with Cystic Fibrosis.  107:2114-2119. 2007
  • The Diet Quality Index-Revised: A Tool to Promote and Evaluate Dietary Change among Older Cancer Survivors Enrolled in a Home-Based Intervention Trial{A figure is presented}.  107:1519-1529. 2007
  • Dietary restraint and disinhibition do not affect accuracy of 24-hour recall in a multiethnic population.  106:434-437. 2006
  • Dietitian services are associated with improved patient outcomes and the MEDFICTS dietary assessment questionnaire is a suitable outcome measure in cardiac rehabilitation.  105:1533-1540. 2005
  • Weight maintenance: What's missing?.  105:63-66. 2005
  • HIV-infected US youth are at high risk of obesity and poor diet quality: A challenge for improving short- and long-term health outcomes.  104:1554-1560. 2004
  • US youths in the early stages of HIV disease have low intakes of some micronutrients important for optimal immune function.  104:1095-1101. 2004
  • Position of the American Dietetic Association and dietitians of Canada: Nutrition and women's health.  104:984-1001. 2004
  • Agreement between a brief mailed screener and an in-depth telephone survey: Observations from the Fresh Start study.  104:1593-1596. 2004
  • Body mass index and effects of refeeding on liver tests in drug-dependent adults in a residential research unit.  101:1467-1469. 2001
  • Intakes of most nutrients remain at acceptable levels during a weight management program using the food exchange system.  101:554-561. 2001
  • Effects of increased consumption of fluid milk on energy and nutrient intake, body weight, and cardiovascular risk factors in healthy older adults.  100:810-817. 2000
  • Impact of acute illness on nutritional status of infants and young children with sickle cell disease.  100:330-334. 2000
  • Baseline fruit and vegetable intake among adults in seven 5 a day study centers located in diverse geographic areas..  99:1241-1248. 1999
  • Comparison of a computer-based food frequency questionnaire for calcium intake with 2 other assessment tools.  99:1579-1581. 1999
  • Dietary changes favorably affect bone remodeling in older adults.  99:1228-1233. 1999
  • Dieting readiness test fails to predict enrollment in a weight loss program.  99:664. 1999
  • Nutritionally complete prepared meal plan to reduce cardiovascular risk factors: A randomized clinical trial.  99:1077-1083. 1999
  • Executive summary of the clinical guidelines on the identification, evaluation, and treatment of overweight and obesity in adults.  98:1178-1191. 1998
  • Persons successful at long-term weight loss and maintenance continue to consume a low-energy, low-fat diet.  98:408-413. 1998
  • A classification system to evaluate weight maintainers, gainers, and losers.  97:481-488. 1997
  • Decreased fat and nitrogen losses in patients with AIDS receiving medium-chain-triglyceride-enriched formula vs those receiving long-chain- triglyceride-containing formula.  97:605-611. 1997
  • Weight gain in women diagnosed with breast cancer.  97:519-526. 1997
  • Assessing fruit and vegetable consumption in a 5 A Day study targeting rural blacks: The issue of portion size.  96:1040-1042. 1996
  • Weight and length increases in children after gastrostomy placement.  96:874-879. 1996
  • Long-term Diet and Lifestyle Changes for Control of Mild Hypertension. The Treatmement of Mild Hypertension Stud (TOMHS).  95. 1995
  • Hospital-associated malnutrition: A reevaluation 12 years later.  93:27-33. 1993
  • Comparison of dietary self-reports with energy expenditure measured using a whole-room indirect calorimeter.  92:1073-1077. 1992
  • Usefulness of various maternal skinfold measurements for predicting newborn birth weight.  92:1393-1394. 1992
  • Evaluation of long-term weight changes after a multidisciplinary weight control program.  91. 1991
  • Reduced serum cholesterol with dietary change using fat-modified and oat bran supplemented diets..  90:223-229. 1990
  • Evaluation of dietary practices of college women based on expressed concern for one's dietary habits.  85:613-615. 1985
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0002-8223