Hot papers- September.

Those clever folk at Wiley, our publishers, can provide statistics on which articles are most viewed by visitors to the journal online. These are important stats for us as they show which JHND articles are receiving the most attention and hopefully most likely to get cited by other researchers (that magic metric for all journal editors). The top ten downloaded JHND papers for September 2013 were:

British Dietetic Association evidence-based guidelines for the dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome in adults. 384 downloads  

Diet and the risk of unipolar depression in adults: systematic review of cohort studies. 312 downloads

Living with coeliac disease and a gluten free diet: a Canadian perspective. 230 downloads

The effect of phosphatidylserine administration on memory and symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled clinical trial. 209 downloads

A systematic review of the effect of diet in prostate cancer prevention and treatment. 186 downloads

Perceptions of healthy eating and physical activity in an ethnically diverse sample of young children and their parents: the DEAL prevention of obesity study182 downloads

School-based individualised lifestyle intervention decreases obesity and the metabolic syndrome in Mexican children. 156 downloads

Comparison of symptom response following advice for a diet low in fermentable carbohydrates (FODMAPs) versus standard dietary advice in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. 146 downloads

Disturbed eating behaviours and associated psychographic characteristics of college students. 141 downloads

Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of the effects of caffeine or caffeinated drinks on blood glucose concentrations and insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes mellitus. 124 downloads



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