Fattening foods - perceptions and misconceptions: a qualitative and quantitative exploration
Timperio, Anna, Burns, Cate, Cameron-Smith, David and Crawford, David 2003, Fattening foods - perceptions and misconceptions: a qualitative and quantitative exploration, Nutrition & dietetics, vol. 60, no. 4, pp. 230-238.
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Describes adults' perceptions and beliefs about foods that are considered "fattening". Use of qualitative and quantitative methods to determine the prevalence of the perceptions among adults; Range of factors that are considered when judging foods as "fattening"; Limitations in the public's understandings of "fattening foods" which are inconsistent with dietary recommendations.
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