publication . Article . 2015

Dietary changes after migration, according to sex

Santos, Susana; Vilela, Sofia; Padrão, Patrícia; Caraher, Michael;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2015 Journal: Nutrition & Dietetics, volume 72, pages 340-346 (issn: 1446-6368, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
Aim: To assess the changes in eating habits and food choice motives of Portuguese university students after migration to London, according to sex.\ud \ud Methods: Fifty-five Portuguese university students (52.7% female) from 12 randomly selected London universities underwent a face-to-face interview. Trained interviewers administered a structured questionnaire comprising questions on socio-demographic characteristics, the frequency of consumption of selected food and beverage items, and the motives underlying food choices regarding Portugal and London practices.\ud \ud Results: Some dietary changes occurred in both male and female Portuguese students such as a d...
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publication . Article . 2015

Dietary changes after migration, according to sex

Santos, Susana; Vilela, Sofia; Padrão, Patrícia; Caraher, Michael;