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Users, Uses, and Effects of Social Media in Dietetic Practice: Scoping Review of the Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence

Users, Uses, and Effects of Social Media in Dietetic Practice: Scoping Review of the Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence

With the increasing worldwide prevalence of obesity [1] and its related comorbidities [2,3], effective and low-cost approaches that can improve health behaviors, such as those related to diet, are needed to improve health and well-being in populations.

Audrée-Anne Dumas, Annie Lapointe, Sophie Desroches

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(2):e55


Effect of Emailed Messages on Return Use of a Nutrition Education Website and Subsequent Changes in Dietary Behavior

Effect of Emailed Messages on Return Use of a Nutrition Education Website and Subsequent Changes in Dietary Behavior

The study website must compete with a large number of health-related websites for participants’ attention, not to mention the more than 350 million listings on Google related to nutrition, fruits and vegetables, cancer prevention, and diet—the topics of the

W. Woodall, David Buller, Laura Saba, Donald Zimmerman, Emily Waters, Joan Hines, Gary Cutter, Randall Starling

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(3):e27


Validity of Electronic Diet Recording Nutrient Estimates Compared to Dietitian Analysis of Diet Records: Randomized Controlled Trial

Validity of Electronic Diet Recording Nutrient Estimates Compared to Dietitian Analysis of Diet Records: Randomized Controlled Trial

b P Percentage agreement between electronic methods of diet recording and dietitian-entered 3-day diet record (DR) comparing Nutrihand and Tap & Track to values obtained from Grand Forks Research Analysis of Nutrient Data (GRAND).

Susan K Raatz, Angela J Scheett, LuAnn K Johnson, Lisa Jahns

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(1):e21