Changes in food choices made by type-2 diabetics given non-prescriptive dietary advice

Men and women in the Early ACTID study reported small changes in higher-energy and lower-fibre foods and drinks in response to patient-centred dietary advice.

Changes in reported food intake in adults with type 2 diabetes in response to a nonprescriptive dietary intervention

England, Andrews, Jago and Thompson. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Early View 2013.


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