Doctor of Philosophy
School of Medicine
Diet quality may be described in terms of “healthy diet, balanced diet, nutritious food...”  (p.614) . During weight loss, a high quality diet delivers essential nutrients for a minimal energy cost, so food choice is critical. Healthy food choices form the basis of dietetic advice, but in reality, the balance between consumption of healthy foods and others remains a problem. Evidence supporting the relative influence of different food categories on diet quality would be informative for practice.
Wibisono, Cinthya, The impact of food choice on diet quality during weight loss: insights from intervention trials, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, 2017. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses1/117
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