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Impact on Dietary Intake of Two Levels of Technology-Assisted Personalized Nutrition: A Randomized Trial

Body Composition Assessment
E. Rollo et al.
Used Parameters : BMI

Publication Year : 2020

Country : Australia

Journal : Nutrients

Advances in web and mobile technologies have created efficiencies relating to collection, analysis and interpretation of dietary intake data. This study compared the impact of two levels of nutrition support:(1) low personalization, comprising a web-based personalized nutrition feedback report generated using the Australian Eating Survey®(AES) food frequency questionnaire data; and (2) high personalization, involving structured video calls with a dietitian using the AES report plus dietary self-monitoring with text message feedback …
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