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Modelling the dietary impact of health-related claims on food labels in the UK

Conference paper

Kaur A. et al, (2020), PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY, 79, E326 - E326

Calorie labelling to reduce obesity.

Journal article

Kaur A. et al, (2019), BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 367

Global benchmarking of children's exposure to television advertising of unhealthy foods and beverages across 22 countries.

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Kelly B. et al, (2019), Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity

Regulating health and nutrition claims in the UK using a nutrient profile model: an explorative modelled health impact assessment.

Journal article

Kaur A. et al, (2019), The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, 16

A systematic review, and meta-analyses, of the impact of health-related claims on dietary choices.

Journal article

Kaur A. et al, (2017), The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, 14

The nutritional quality of foods carrying health-related claims in Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, Slovenia and the United Kingdom.

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Kaur A. et al, (2016), European journal of clinical nutrition, 70, 1388 - 1395

Do health and nutrition claims meet consumers’ health needs?

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Kaur A. and rayner M., (2016), a-Food industry hi-tech

How many foods in the UK carry health and nutrition claims, and are they healthier than those that do not?

Journal article

Kaur A. et al, (2016), Public health nutrition, 19, 988 - 997

The role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour: The CLYMBOL project

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Hieke S. et al, (2016), Agro Food Industry Hi-Tech, 27, 26 - 29

Reds are more important than greens: how UK supermarket shoppers use the different information on a traffic light nutrition label in a choice experiment.

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Scarborough P. et al, (2015), The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, 12

QUANTIFYING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: A META-ANALYSIS

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Wahid AA. et al, (2015), CARDIOLOGY, 131, 92 - 92

Nutrient profiling and the regulation of marketing to children. Possibilities and pitfalls.

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Rayner M. et al, (2013), Appetite, 62, 232 - 235

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