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La nutrition

Articles publiés

  1. Evers, S., Arnold, R., Hamilton, T., & Midgett, C. (2007). Persistence of overweight among young children living in low income communities in Ontario. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 26(3), 219-224. Demander une copie.
  2. Hooper, M. & Evers, S. (2003). What do Ontario children eat for breakfast? Food group, energy and macronutritional intake. Journal of The Canadian Dietetic Association, 64, 28-30. Demander une copie
  3. Edward, H.G., & Evers, S. (2001). Benefits and barriers associated with participation in food programs in three low income communities in Ontario. Can J Dietet Pract Res, 62, 76-81. Demander une copie
  4. Evers, S., Doran, L. & Schellenberg, K. (1998). Influences on breastfeeding rates in low income communities in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 89, 203-207. Demander une copie
  5. Schwartz, C., & Evers, S. (1998). Infant feeding practices in low income communities in Ontario. Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association, 59, 30-34. Demander une copie
  6. Doran, L., & Evers, S. (1997). Energy and nutrient inadequacies in the diets of low income breastfeeding women. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 97, 1283-1287. Demander une copie
  7. Leaman, M., & Evers, S. (1997). Dietary intake by food groups of preschool children in low income communities in Ontario. Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association, 58, 184-191. Demander une copie
  8. Badun, C., Evers, S., & Hooper, M. (1995). Food Security and Nutritional Concerns of Parents in an Economically Disadvantaged Community. Journal of The Canadian Dietetic Association, 56(2), 75-80. Demander une copie
  9. Evers, S. (1995). Nutritional Issues for Low-Income Children. Rapport, 10(4), 4-5. Demander une copie
  10. Evers, S., & Hooper, M. (1995). Anthropometric status and diet of 4 to 5 year old low income children. Nutrition Research, 16, 1847-1861. Demander une copie
  11. Evers, S., & Hooper, M.D. (1995). Dietary intake and anthropometric status of 7 to 9 year old children in economically disadvantaged communities in Ontario. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 14(6), 1-9. Demander une copie
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