/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of the ‘HEYMAN’ healthy lifestyle program for young men: a pilot randomised controlled trial /manager/Repository/uon:27497 Wed 31 Jul 2019 09:42:43 AEST ]]> Efficacy of technology-based personalised feedback on diet quality in young Australian adults: Results for the Advice, Ideas and Motivation for My Eating (Aim4Me) randomised controlled trial /manager/Repository/uon:51194 0·05). The proportion of participants who visited the thirteen website pages ranged from 0·6 % to 75 %. Half (Group 2 = 53 %, Group 3 = 52 %) of participants who completed the process evaluation (Group 2, n 111; Group 3, n 90) were satisfied with the programme. Conclusion: Recruiting and retaining young adults in web-based dietary interventions are challenging. Future research should consider ways to optimise these interventions, including co-design methods.]]> Wed 30 Aug 2023 10:06:52 AEST ]]> Total water intake by kilogram of body weight: Analysis of the Australian 2011 to 2013 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey /manager/Repository/uon:48707 Wed 29 Mar 2023 15:32:47 AEDT ]]> mHealth interventions targeting pregnancy intakes in low and lower-middle income countries: systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:47702 n = 2), Indonesia (n = 1), and Kenya (n = 1). All articles evaluated the use of nutrient supplements; iron supplements (n = 1), vitamin supplements (composition not mentioned; n = 1), or calcium supplements (n = 1). This review suggests that mHealth interventions can be used to improve intake of micronutrient supplementation and nutritional status of pregnant women in LLMIC. Further studies are needed to address the limited evidence base related to mHealth nutrition interventions targeting dietary intakes of pregnant women in LLMIC.]]> Wed 28 Feb 2024 14:53:59 AEDT ]]> Review of dietary assessment studies conducted among Khmer populations living in Cambodia /manager/Repository/uon:50114 Wed 28 Feb 2024 14:46:20 AEDT ]]> Evaluation of the introduction of an e-health skills component for dietetics students /manager/Repository/uon:32227 Wed 27 Apr 2022 14:46:43 AEST ]]> Do the dietary intakes of pregnant women attending public hospital antenatal clinics align with Australian Guide to Healthy Eating recommendations? /manager/Repository/uon:45104 Wed 26 Oct 2022 13:16:00 AEDT ]]> Supporting women of childbearing age in the prevention and treatment of overweight and obesity: a scoping review of randomized control trials of behavioral interventions /manager/Repository/uon:45058 n = 46 RCTs, n = 2 systematic reviews), preventing postpartum weight retention (n = 18 RCTs) or a combination of the two (n = 14 RCTs, n = 1 systematic review). The RCTs predominantly evaluated interventions that aimed to change both diet and physical activity behaviors (n = 84) and were delivered in-person (n = 85). Conclusions: This scoping review identified an increasing volume of research over time undertaken to support women of childbearing age to prevent and treat overweight and obesity. It highlights, however, that little research is being undertaken to support the young adult female population unrelated to pregnancy or preconception.]]> Wed 26 Oct 2022 12:08:16 AEDT ]]> Investigating the Perceptions of Primary Care Dietitians on the Potential for Information Technology in the Workplace: Qualitative Study /manager/Repository/uon:44673 Wed 19 Oct 2022 14:29:24 AEDT ]]> The relationship between dietary polyphenol intakes and urinary polyphenol concentrations in adults prescribed a high vegetable and fruit diet /manager/Repository/uon:38719 Wed 19 Jan 2022 08:47:08 AEDT ]]> Cost evaluation of providing evidence-based dietetic services for weight management in adults: in-person versus eHealth delivery /manager/Repository/uon:36144 Wed 17 Nov 2021 16:20:25 AEDT ]]> Food addiction support: website content analysis /manager/Repository/uon:32350 Wed 15 Dec 2021 16:07:57 AEDT ]]> Effectiveness and reporting of nutrition interventions in cardiac rehabilitation programmes: a systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:49608 Wed 14 Jun 2023 18:15:45 AEST ]]> Evaluation of a type 2 diabetes risk reduction online program for women with recent gestational diabetes: a randomised trial /manager/Repository/uon:45429 Wed 13 Mar 2024 15:49:55 AEDT ]]> The effect of a pilot dietary intervention on pain outcomes in patients attending a tertiary pain service /manager/Repository/uon:35856 Wed 11 Dec 2019 14:51:22 AEDT ]]> Young men’s preferences for design and delivery of physical activity and nutrition interventions: a mixed-methods study /manager/Repository/uon:30403 Wed 11 Apr 2018 17:15:50 AEST ]]> A brief tool to assess image-based dietary records and guide nutrition counselling among pregnant women: an evaluation /manager/Repository/uon:29727 P<.001) and all selected micronutrients (iron, calcium, zinc, folate, and iodine, ρ range .510-.955, all P<.05), both with and without vitamin and mineral supplements included in the analysis. Cohen kappa showed moderate to substantial agreement for selected micronutrients when supplements were included (kappa range .488-.803, all P ≤.001) and for calcium, iodine, and zinc when excluded (kappa range .554-.632, all P<.001). A total of 17 women reported changing their diet as a result of the personalized nutrition advice. Conclusions: The SNaQ tool demonstrated acceptable validity for assessing adequacy of key pregnancy nutrient intakes and preliminary evidence of utility to support dietitians in providing women with personalized advice to optimize nutrition during pregnancy.]]> Wed 11 Apr 2018 16:51:52 AEST ]]> A systematic review of SNAPO (Smoking, Nutrition, Alcohol, Physical activity and Obesity) randomized controlled trials in young adult men /manager/Repository/uon:22735 Wed 11 Apr 2018 15:22:08 AEST ]]> Impact on dietary intake of a self-directed, gender-tailored diabetes prevention program in men /manager/Repository/uon:30200 Wed 11 Apr 2018 14:51:59 AEST ]]> A scoping review of risk behaviour interventions in young men /manager/Repository/uon:15463 Wed 11 Apr 2018 13:43:44 AEST ]]> Nudging consumers towards healthier choices: a systematic review of positional influences on food choice /manager/Repository/uon:26539 Wed 11 Apr 2018 13:23:43 AEST ]]> Evaluation of a mobile phone image-based dietary assessment method in adults with type 2 diabetes /manager/Repository/uon:20530 Wed 11 Apr 2018 13:07:19 AEST ]]> Young adult males' motivators and perceived barriers towards eating healthily and being active: a qualitative study /manager/Repository/uon:26853 Wed 11 Apr 2018 10:14:29 AEST ]]> ServAR: an augmented reality tool to guide the serving of food /manager/Repository/uon:30201 Wed 09 Mar 2022 15:59:26 AEDT ]]> Current nutrition practice in cardiac rehabilitation programs /manager/Repository/uon:49065 Wed 03 May 2023 16:01:34 AEST ]]> Dietary intake of Indigenous Australian infants and young children in the Gomeroi gaaynggal cohort /manager/Repository/uon:49033 Wed 03 May 2023 13:41:16 AEST ]]> Fruit and vegetable intake assessed by food frequency questionnaire and plasma carotenoids: a validation study in adults /manager/Repository/uon:28149 Wed 02 Oct 2019 10:21:06 AEST ]]> The comparative validity and reproducibility of a diet quality index for adults: the Australian recommended food score /manager/Repository/uon:27292 Wed 02 Oct 2019 10:20:41 AEST ]]> What is nutritious snack food? A comparison of expert and layperson assessments /manager/Repository/uon:30432 0.89, p < 0.001) and between nutrient profile scores (Rs > 0.75, p < 0.001). However, mean perceptions significantly differed for 18 out of 20 foods with the largest difference for yoghurts (p < 0.05). There are discrepancies between expert and lay perceptions of snack foods and the definition of the term “nutritious”. The results highlight the need for an agreed definition and the potential regulation of the term “nutritious” in food marketing.]]> Wed 02 Oct 2019 10:18:25 AEST ]]> Validation of a smartphone image-based dietary assessment method for pregnant women /manager/Repository/uon:30434 Wed 02 Oct 2019 10:17:15 AEST ]]> Effectiveness of a brief dietetic intervention for hyperlipidaemic adults using individually-tailored dietary feedback /manager/Repository/uon:25772 Wed 02 Oct 2019 10:16:01 AEST ]]> Comparison of pre-diagnosis dietary intake of women with gestational diabetes mellitus to dietary recommendations /manager/Repository/uon:38123 Wed 02 Aug 2023 15:08:19 AEST ]]> Contents of nutrition care services among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic: an Exit interview /manager/Repository/uon:49175 Tue 30 Apr 2024 09:33:20 AEST ]]> A Systematic Review Examining Contributors to Misestimation of Food and Beverage Intake Based on Short-Term Self-Report Dietary Assessment Instruments Administered to Adults /manager/Repository/uon:50438 Tue 25 Jul 2023 19:15:28 AEST ]]> Exploring the design and utility of an integrated web-based chatbot for young adults to support healthy eating: a qualitative study /manager/Repository/uon:53963 Tue 23 Jan 2024 12:39:20 AEDT ]]> Scoping review of nutrition intervention and dietary assessment studies in Khmer populations living in Cambodia /manager/Repository/uon:39346 Tue 14 May 2024 08:37:30 AEST ]]> The feasibility and preliminary efficacy of an ehealth lifestyle program in women with recent gestational diabetes mellitus: a pilot study /manager/Repository/uon:38413 Tue 07 Sep 2021 16:15:37 AEST ]]> Can Ketogenic Diet Therapy Improve Migraine Frequency, Severity and Duration? /manager/Repository/uon:42877 Tue 06 Sep 2022 10:34:20 AEST ]]> Postpartum women's perspectives of engaging with a dietitian and exercise physiologist via video consultations for weight management: a qualitative evaluation /manager/Repository/uon:34974 Tue 03 Sep 2019 18:17:52 AEST ]]> Perceptions of carotenoid and melanin colouration in faces among young Australian adults /manager/Repository/uon:34433 Tue 03 Sep 2019 18:17:07 AEST ]]> Nutrition services offered to pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A qualitative study /manager/Repository/uon:39945 Thu 30 Jun 2022 14:22:37 AEST ]]> Impact on dietary intake of two levels of technology-assisted personalized nutrition: a randomized trial /manager/Repository/uon:39931 p < 0.05) between-group differences in dietary changes favored the high personalization group for total ARFS (5.6 points (95% CI 1.3 to 10.0)) and ARFS sub-scales of meat (0.9 points (0.4 to 1.6)), vegetarian alternatives (0.8 points (0.1 to 1.4)), and dairy (1.3 points (0.3 to 2.3)). Additional significant changes in favor of the high personalization group occurred for proportion of energy intake derived from energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods (-7.2% (-13.8% to -0.5%)) and takeaway foods sub-group (-3.4% (-6.5% to 0.3%). Significant within-group changes were observed for 12 dietary variables in the high personalization group vs one variable for low personalization. A higher level of personalized support combining the AES report with one-on-one dietitian video calls and dietary self-monitoring resulted in greater dietary change compared to the AES report alone. These findings suggest nutrition-related web and mobile technologies in combination with personalized dietitian delivered advice have a greater impact compared to when used alone.]]> Thu 30 Jun 2022 13:19:32 AEST ]]> The relationship between urinary polyphenol metabolites and dietary polyphenol intakes in young adults /manager/Repository/uon:44559 Thu 29 Feb 2024 11:11:47 AEDT ]]> Process evaluation of the 'No Money No Time' healthy eating website promoted using social marketing principles. A case study /manager/Repository/uon:39504 Thu 28 Jul 2022 15:11:48 AEST ]]> Motivators and barriers to engaging in healthy eating and physical activity: a cross-sectional survey in young adult men /manager/Repository/uon:27496 Thu 21 Oct 2021 12:51:54 AEDT ]]> Position paper on the need for portion-size education and a standardised unit of measurement /manager/Repository/uon:29487 Thu 17 Feb 2022 09:31:29 AEDT ]]> Speech Recording for Dietary Assessment: A Systematic Literature Review /manager/Repository/uon:48432 Thu 16 Mar 2023 14:17:54 AEDT ]]> OREBA: a dataset for objectively recognizing eating behavior and associated intake /manager/Repository/uon:38697 Thu 13 Jan 2022 14:41:12 AEDT ]]> The Effectiveness of Randomized Controlled Trials to Improve Dietary Intake in the Context of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Management in Rural Communities: A Systematic Review /manager/Repository/uon:48844 Thu 13 Apr 2023 09:45:53 AEST ]]> Food Volume Estimation by Integrating 3D Image Projection and Manual Wire Mesh Transformations /manager/Repository/uon:49328 Thu 11 May 2023 15:00:04 AEST ]]> A Mixed-Method Study Exploring Experiences and Perceptions of Nutritionists Regarding Use of an Image-Based Dietary Assessment System in Tanzania /manager/Repository/uon:45422 Thu 10 Nov 2022 11:07:07 AEDT ]]> Factors associated with effective nutrition interventions for pregnant Indigenous women: a systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:31193 Sat 24 Mar 2018 08:42:53 AEDT ]]> Self-monitoring of dietary intake by young women: online food records completed on computer or smartphone are as accurate as paper-based food records but more acceptable /manager/Repository/uon:27127 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:41:34 AEDT ]]> Consuming high-carotenoid fruit and vegetables influences skin yellowness and plasma carotenoids in young women: a single-blind randomized crossover trial /manager/Repository/uon:29906 P=0.42) and vegetable (P=0.17) intakes between HCFV and LCFV groups. Dietary alpha carotene, beta carotene, lutein, and beta cryptoxanthin intakes were significantly different between the two groups (P<0.01). Following HCFV there was a significantly greater increase in skin yellowness (b*) in both sun-exposed (P<0.001) and unexposed areas, (P<0.001), with no change in skin lightness (L*) or redness (a*). Significantly higher plasma alpha carotene (P=0.004), beta carotene (P=0.001), and lutein (P=0.028) concentrations were found following the HCFV intervention. Skin yellowness correlated with alpha carotene and beta carotene. Conclusions: Skin yellowness (b*) and fasting plasma carotenoid concentrations were significantly higher following HCFV than LCFV over 4 weeks.]]> Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:40:58 AEDT ]]> A cross sectional study investigating weight management motivations, methods and perceived healthy eating and physical activity influences in women up to five years following childbirth /manager/Repository/uon:30949 2) aged 18–40 years who had given birth in the previous 5 years Measurements: women self-reported socio-demographic, weight status and pregnancy characteristics. Those who reported being unhappy at their current weight ranked their most to least important reasons for wanting to change their weight from a list of nine options. Weight control methods used in the previous two years were reported from a list of 12 options. Perceived healthy eating and physical activity factors influencing weight management were assessed across 20 items using a five-point Likert scale. Findings: the most prevalent motivators reported for weight change were to improve health (26.1%) and lift mood (20.3%). Three-quarters (75.7%) of women reported having used at least one weight loss method in the previous two years. Time constraints due to family commitments, enjoyment of physical activity and healthy eating, motivation and cost were factors most commonly reported to influence weight management. Body mass index, parity, education, household income and time since last birth were related to motivations for weight change, weight loss methods used and/or factors perceived to influence weight management. Implications for practice: weight management support provided by health professionals should consider women's expressed motivators and factors influencing weight management, along with differences in sociodemographic, pregnancy and weight status characteristics, in order to engage women at this life-stage and facilitate adoption of healthy lifestyle behaviours.]]> Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:33:39 AEDT ]]> What are they really eating? A review on new approaches to dietary intake assessment and validation /manager/Repository/uon:29530 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:32:29 AEDT ]]> Video consultations and virtual nutrition care for weight management /manager/Repository/uon:28331 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:25:09 AEDT ]]> Influence of the nutrition and health information presented on food labels on portion size consumed: a systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:32354 Mon 30 Sep 2019 13:54:54 AEST ]]> A review of pregnancy apps freely available in the Google Play store /manager/Repository/uon:38358 Mon 30 Aug 2021 16:34:38 AEST ]]> Population characteristics in a tertiary pain service cohort experiencing chronic non-cancer pain: weight status, comorbidities, and patient goals /manager/Repository/uon:30842 5 years. Forty-five percent of patients were classified as obese (BMI ≥ 30 kg/m2, mean (SD) BMI was 31 ± 7 kg/m2), with a mean waist circumference of 104 ± 19.4 cm (SD). The most frequent patient nominated treatment goals related to physical activity (39%), followed by nutritional goals (23%). Traditionally, pain management programs have included physical, psychosocial, and medical, but not nutritional, interventions. By contrast, patients identified and reported important nutrition-related treatment goals. There is a need to test nutrition treatment pathways, including an evaluation of dietary intake and nutrition support. This will help to optimize dietary behaviors and establish nutrition as an important component of multidisciplinary chronic pain management.]]> Mon 26 Sep 2022 14:38:08 AEST ]]> Is skin coloration measured by reflectance spectroscopy related to intake of nutrient-dense foods? A cross-sectional evaluation in Australian young adults /manager/Repository/uon:32815 Mon 23 Sep 2019 10:19:00 AEST ]]> Diet quality is more strongly related to food skills rather than cooking skills confidence: results from a national cross-sectional survey /manager/Repository/uon:39176 P <.05. Results: Older respondents and females reported higher levels of both cooking and food skills confidence compared to younger and male participants, all P <.001. Cooking and food skills confidence scores were highly correlated (r =.70, P <.001), but weakly correlated with ARFS (r =.22, P <.001; r =.31, P <.001, respectively). Participants with higher diet quality scores had greater cooking and food skills confidence and they consumed less takeaway food (P <.001 and P =.006, respectively). Sixteen percent of the variance in ARFS was accounted for, with age, sex, food creativity and food skills confidence contributing the most variability. Conclusions: Strategies to improve food skills confidence could potentially enhance diet quality and variety to a greater degree than focusing on cooking skills alone. However, development of both skills sets should be encouraged within education programs and targeted to differing aspects of diet quality. Tailoring interventions to specific population groups with low confidence in their skills, including younger adults and males, may facilitate individuals in making healthy food choices.]]> Mon 23 May 2022 14:54:04 AEST ]]> Do sauces, condiments and seasonings contribute important amounts of nutrients to Australian dietary intakes? /manager/Repository/uon:53924 Mon 22 Jan 2024 16:42:47 AEDT ]]> Dietary assessment methods in military and veteran populations: a scoping review /manager/Repository/uon:37432 Mon 16 Nov 2020 17:04:51 AEDT ]]> Urinary biomarkers of dietary intake: a review /manager/Repository/uon:41231 Fri 29 Jul 2022 13:41:22 AEST ]]> A review of pregnancy smartphone apps assessing their quality, inclusion of behaviour change techniques and nutrition guidelines /manager/Repository/uon:45468 Fri 28 Oct 2022 14:30:21 AEDT ]]> Image-based dietary assessment and tailored feedback using mobile technology: mediating behavior change in young adults /manager/Repository/uon:35707 TM application (mFRTM) and assessed to formulate two tailored feedback text messages on fruit and vegetables and energy-dense nutrient-poor (EDNP) foods and beverages. At 6-months 143 participants completed a second mFRTM and a questionnaire evaluating the dietary feedback. Participants who agreed the text messages made them think about how much vegetables they ate were more likely to increase their intake by at least half a serve than those who disagreed [odds ratio (OR) = 4.28, 95% Confidence Interval (CI): 1.76 to 10.39]. Those who agreed the text messages made them think about how much EDNP foods they ate, were twice as likely to decrease their intake by over half a serve (OR = 2.39, 95%CI: 1.12 to 5.25) than those who disagreed. Undertaking detailed dietary assessment ensured the tailored feedback was constructive and relevant. Personal contemplation about vegetable and EDNP food intake appears to be a mediator of dietary change in young adults.]]> Fri 25 Oct 2019 15:05:13 AEDT ]]> Assessing eating behaviour using upper limb mounted motion sensors: a systematic review /manager/Repository/uon:35694 Fri 25 Oct 2019 12:31:21 AEDT ]]> Pregnant women have poor carbohydrate knowledge and do not receive adequate nutrition education /manager/Repository/uon:46535 Fri 25 Nov 2022 11:04:57 AEDT ]]> A systematic review of technology-based dietary intake assessment validation studies that include carotenoid biomarkers /manager/Repository/uon:29922 Fri 24 Aug 2018 09:03:14 AEST ]]> Diet quality scores of Australian adults who have completed the healthy eating quiz /manager/Repository/uon:30165 Fri 14 Aug 2020 14:34:00 AEST ]]> Changes in vegetable and fruit intakes and effects on anthropometric outcomes in males and females /manager/Repository/uon:47286 Fri 13 Jan 2023 10:24:44 AEDT ]]> Informing telehealth service delivery for cardiovascular disease management: Exploring the perceptions of rural health professionals /manager/Repository/uon:49374 Fri 12 May 2023 14:13:26 AEST ]]> Validity of dietary assessment methods when compared to the method of doubly labeled water: a systematic review in adults /manager/Repository/uon:36859 Fri 10 Jul 2020 19:14:42 AEST ]]> Deep learning for intake gesture detection from wrist-worn inertial sensors: the effects of data preprocessing, sensor modalities, and sensor positions /manager/Repository/uon:39083 1=.778 ). As for data preprocessing, results show that applying a consecutive combination of mirroring, removing gravity effect, and standardization was beneficial for model performance, while smoothing had adverse effects. We further investigate the effectiveness of using different combinations of sensor modalities (i.e., accelerometer and/or gyroscope) and sensor positions (i.e., dominant intake hand and/or non-dominant intake hand).]]> Fri 06 May 2022 15:21:38 AEST ]]> eHealth technologies to support nutrition and physical activity behaviors in diabetes self-management /manager/Repository/uon:29549 Fri 03 Dec 2021 10:33:41 AEDT ]]> Issues in measuring and interpreting diet and its contribution to obesity /manager/Repository/uon:36380 Fri 03 Apr 2020 16:45:31 AEDT ]]> Eating Behaviors and Diet Quality: A National Survey of Australian Young Adults /manager/Repository/uon:51339 Fri 01 Sep 2023 13:35:37 AEST ]]>