The cumulative effect of small dietary changes may significantly improve nutritional intakes in free-living children and adults

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Bornet , Francis; Paineau , Damien; Beaufils , François; Boulier , Alain; Cassuto , Dominique-Adèle; Chwalow , Judith; Combris , Pierre; Couet , Charles; Jouret , Béatrice; Lafay , Lionel; Laville , Martine; Mahé , Sylvain; Ricour , Claude; Romon , Monique; Simon , Chantal; Tauber , Maïté; Valensi , Paul; Chapalain , Véronique; Zourabichvili , Othar;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1038/ejcn.2010.78
  • Subject: nutrition policy | dietary modification | food habits | modeling analyses | obesity

International audience; Background/Objectives: The ELPAS study was an 8-month randomized controlled dietary modification trial designed to test the hypothesis that family dietary coaching would improve nutritional intakes and weight control in 2026 free-living children ... View more
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