Auditing causality of the multiple-burden of malnutrition in India and South Africa: A critical need for directions
Public Health Nutr. 2023 Sep 11:1-7. doi: 10.1017/S1368980023001921. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDeveloping economies are shaped by the current predicament of urbanization and its impact on health is inevitable. In the post-pandemic times, India and South Africa witnessed a GDP growth rate of about 1.7% and 1.9% respectively, while the developed economies like Europe and the United States have bounced back with more than 2% GDP. The similarities and differences between India and South Africa provide potential candidates to study nutrition transition with the elements of urbanization. In both countries increased access to...
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 10, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Angeline Jeyakumar Hema Kesa Swapnil Godbharle Source Type: research

Auditing causality of the multiple-burden of malnutrition in India and South Africa: A critical need for directions
Public Health Nutr. 2023 Sep 11:1-7. doi: 10.1017/S1368980023001921. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTDeveloping economies are shaped by the current predicament of urbanization and its impact on health is inevitable. In the post-pandemic times, India and South Africa witnessed a GDP growth rate of about 1.7% and 1.9% respectively, while the developed economies like Europe and the United States have bounced back with more than 2% GDP. The similarities and differences between India and South Africa provide potential candidates to study nutrition transition with the elements of urbanization. In both countries increased access to...
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 10, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Angeline Jeyakumar Hema Kesa Swapnil Godbharle Source Type: research

Supermarket Transaction Records In Dietary Evaluation - The STRIDE study: validation against self-reported dietary intake
CONCLUSIONS: Agreement between purchases and intake was highly variable; strongest for smaller loyal households, and for relative values. For some customers, relative nutrient purchases are a reasonable proxy for dietary composition indicating utility in population-level dietary research.PMID:37671553 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001842 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 6, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Victoria Jenneson Darren C Greenwood Graham P Clarke Tim Rains Bethan Tempest Becky Shute Michelle A Morris Source Type: research

Supermarket Transaction Records In Dietary Evaluation - The STRIDE study: validation against self-reported dietary intake
CONCLUSIONS: Agreement between purchases and intake was highly variable; strongest for smaller loyal households, and for relative values. For some customers, relative nutrient purchases are a reasonable proxy for dietary composition indicating utility in population-level dietary research.PMID:37671553 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001842 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 6, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Victoria Jenneson Darren C Greenwood Graham P Clarke Tim Rains Bethan Tempest Becky Shute Michelle A Morris Source Type: research

Supermarket Transaction Records In Dietary Evaluation - The STRIDE study: validation against self-reported dietary intake
CONCLUSIONS: Agreement between purchases and intake was highly variable; strongest for smaller loyal households, and for relative values. For some customers, relative nutrient purchases are a reasonable proxy for dietary composition indicating utility in population-level dietary research.PMID:37671553 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001842 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 6, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Victoria Jenneson Darren C Greenwood Graham P Clarke Tim Rains Bethan Tempest Becky Shute Michelle A Morris Source Type: research

Supermarket Transaction Records In Dietary Evaluation - The STRIDE study: validation against self-reported dietary intake
CONCLUSIONS: Agreement between purchases and intake was highly variable; strongest for smaller loyal households, and for relative values. For some customers, relative nutrient purchases are a reasonable proxy for dietary composition indicating utility in population-level dietary research.PMID:37671553 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001842 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 6, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Victoria Jenneson Darren C Greenwood Graham P Clarke Tim Rains Bethan Tempest Becky Shute Michelle A Morris Source Type: research

Supermarket Transaction Records In Dietary Evaluation - The STRIDE study: validation against self-reported dietary intake
CONCLUSIONS: Agreement between purchases and intake was highly variable; strongest for smaller loyal households, and for relative values. For some customers, relative nutrient purchases are a reasonable proxy for dietary composition indicating utility in population-level dietary research.PMID:37671553 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001842 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 6, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Victoria Jenneson Darren C Greenwood Graham P Clarke Tim Rains Bethan Tempest Becky Shute Michelle A Morris Source Type: research

A multi-country comparison of jurisdictions with and without mandatory nutrition labelling policies in restaurants: analysis of behaviours associated with menu labelling in the 2019 International Food Policy Study
CONCLUSIONS: Participants living in jurisdictions with mandatory nutrition information in restaurants were more likely to report noticing and using nutrition information, as well as greater efforts to modify their consumption. However, the magnitudes of these differences were relatively small.PMID:37661595 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001775 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Michael Essman Thomas Burgoine Adrian Cameron Andrew Jones Monique Potvin Kent Megan Polden Eric Robinson Gary Sacks Richard D Smith Lana Vanderlee Christine White Martin White David Hammond Jean Adams Source Type: research

Experiencing food insecurity in childhood: influences on eating habits and body weight in young adulthood
CONCLUSION: Growing up in families experiencing food insecurity may negatively influence eating habits and weight status later in life. Our findings reinforce the importance of public-health policies and programs tackling poverty and food insecurity, particularly for families with young children.PMID:37665116 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001854 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Lise Dubois Brigitte B ├ędard Danick Goulet Denis Prud'homme Richard E Tremblay Michel Boivin Source Type: research

Associations between religious/spiritual beliefs and behaviours and dietary patterns: analysis of the parental generation in a prospective cohort study (ALSPAC) in Southwest England
CONCLUSIONS: RSBBs are associated with broad dietary patterns and nutrient intake in this cohort. If these reflect causal relationships, diet may potentially mediate the pathway between RSBB and health.PMID:37665131 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001866 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Daniel Major-Smith Jimmy Morgan Pauline Emmett Jean Golding Kate Northstone Source Type: research

A multi-country comparison of jurisdictions with and without mandatory nutrition labelling policies in restaurants: analysis of behaviours associated with menu labelling in the 2019 International Food Policy Study
CONCLUSIONS: Participants living in jurisdictions with mandatory nutrition information in restaurants were more likely to report noticing and using nutrition information, as well as greater efforts to modify their consumption. However, the magnitudes of these differences were relatively small.PMID:37661595 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001775 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Michael Essman Thomas Burgoine Adrian Cameron Andrew Jones Monique Potvin Kent Megan Polden Eric Robinson Gary Sacks Richard D Smith Lana Vanderlee Christine White Martin White David Hammond Jean Adams Source Type: research

Experiencing food insecurity in childhood: influences on eating habits and body weight in young adulthood
CONCLUSION: Growing up in families experiencing food insecurity may negatively influence eating habits and weight status later in life. Our findings reinforce the importance of public-health policies and programs tackling poverty and food insecurity, particularly for families with young children.PMID:37665116 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001854 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Lise Dubois Brigitte B ├ędard Danick Goulet Denis Prud'homme Richard E Tremblay Michel Boivin Source Type: research

Associations between religious/spiritual beliefs and behaviours and dietary patterns: analysis of the parental generation in a prospective cohort study (ALSPAC) in Southwest England
CONCLUSIONS: RSBBs are associated with broad dietary patterns and nutrient intake in this cohort. If these reflect causal relationships, diet may potentially mediate the pathway between RSBB and health.PMID:37665131 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001866 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - September 4, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Daniel Major-Smith Jimmy Morgan Pauline Emmett Jean Golding Kate Northstone Source Type: research

A randomised controlled school-based nutritional intervention in five Middle Eastern countries: Ajyal Salima improved students' dietary and physical activity habits
CONCLUSIONS: The Ajyal Salima intervention led to significant improvements in dietary and physical activity habits among school children and increased nutritional knowledge scores.PMID:37622209 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001489 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - August 25, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Carla Habib-Mourad Carla Maliha Amira Kassis Anh Thi Nguyen Diala Ammar Eman Haji Lina AlTarazi Suzanne Totah Nahla Hwalla Source Type: research

How effective were government food box schemes for those who were shielding during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK? Local and national stakeholder perspectives
CONCLUSIONS: The inadequacy of shielding food box schemes may have undermined people's ability to shield during the first UK lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic required rapidly implemented policy responses, but these findings underscore the importance of universal provision and nutrition, physical accessibility, and cultural food needs when formulating public health nutrition interventions.PMID:37622216 | DOI:10.1017/S1368980023001829 (Source: Public Health Nutrition)
Source: Public Health Nutrition - August 25, 2023 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Hannah Lambie-Mumford Rachel Loopstra Katy Gordon Source Type: research