Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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‘A randomised control trial evaluating the likelihood of adults to increase their oily fish consumption in response to promotion of either the associated Health or Non-Health Benefits (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2016)Background: Adults in the United Kingdom consume insufficient oily fish to meet recommendations. Improving knowledge of the associated health benefits and providing solutions to overcome perceived barriers to change each ...
Has the new All Wales Nutrition and Catering Standards for Food and Fluid for Hospital Inpatients improved the service? Patient survey. (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2016)Background: Adherence to standards in nutrition and catering in a hospital inpatient setting has not been extensively studied, which poses questions on the status of current services. Aspects including large scale catering, ...
(Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2016)Background As the UK prevalence of childhood obesity increases, there is continued controversy over the impact of excess sugar consumption and whether sweeteners can provide an acceptable alternative to sugar, combating ...
(Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2016)Background: There have been long-standing concerns about the numbers of children who are overweight or obese, and the impact this has on their health and well-being, with poor diet being a known major contributing factor. ...
An Audit of Menus in Three Hospitals in Wales against the All Wales Nutrition and Catering Standards for Food and Fluid Provision for Hospital Inpatients (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2016)Background: Welsh Government standards for hospital food aim to ensure good nutritional care as part of a strategy to address malnutrition in hospitals in Wales. Methods: An audit of food provision in three hospitals in ...
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