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    • Be active! Revisiting the South African food–based dietary guideline for activity 

      Botha, C.R.; Wright, H.H.; Moss, S.J.; Kolbe-Alexander, T.L. (MedPharm Publications, 2013)
      The objective of this paper was to review current evidence on physical activity for health in order to support the foodbased dietary guideline (FBDG) “Be active!”. Physical activity, defined as at least 30 minutes of ...
    • Nutrition research in rural communities: application of ethical principles 

      Faber, Mieke; Kruger, H. Salome (Wiley, 2013)
      This narrative review focuses on ethics related to nutrition-specific community-based research, within the framework of science for society, and focusing on the rights and well-being of fieldworkers and research participants. ...
    • Prevalence of childhood and adolescent overweight and obesity in Benue State, Nigeria 

      Musa, Danladi I.; Toriola, Abel L.; Monyeki, Makama A.; Lawal, Badamasi; Musa, Danladi I.; Toriola, Abel L.; Monyeki, Makama A.; Lawal, Badamasi (Wiley, 2012)
      objective To evaluate demographic variation in the prevalence of overweight (OW) and obesity (OB) among 3240 children and adolescents (girls: n = 1714; boys: n = 1526) aged 9–16 years attending primary and secondary ...