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Issue 28(3) of the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics is out now. For full issue details click here.

The articles in the issue are:

Clinical Nutrition

Serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D concentrations are more deficient/insufficient in peritoneal dialysis than haemodialysis patients in a sunny climate. Hanna et al.

Public Health Nutrition and Epidemiology

Consumer behaviour towards vegetables: a study on domestic processing of broccoli and carrots by Dutch households. Bongoni et al.

Cardiovascular risk and lifestyle habits of consumers of a phytosterol-enriched yogurt in a real-life setting. Paillard et al.

Cereal, fruit and vegetable fibre intake and the risk of the metabolic syndrome: a prospective study in the Tehran Lipid and Glucose Study. Hosseinpour-Niazi et al.

The diets of school-aged Aboriginal youths in Canada: a systematic review of the literature. Gates et al.

Traditional food patterns are associated with better diet quality and improved dietary adequacy in Aboriginal peoples in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Sheehy et al.,

Nutritional Science

Effects of a green tea extract, Polyphenon E, on systemic biomarkers of growth factor signalling in women with hormone receptor-negative breast cancer. Crew et al.

Glycaemic responses of staple South Asian foods alone and combined with curried chicken as a mixed meal. George et al.

Performance of an anthropometric assessment method as a predictor of low birthweight and being small for gestational age. Carvhallo Padilha et al.

Dietetic and Professional Practice

Dietitians’ perceptions of communicating with preadolescent, overweight children in the consultation setting: the potential for e-resources. Raaff et al.

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