|Dairy Products Consumption in African American Women at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Participating in a Nutrition and Lifestyle Education Program
||The objective of this study was to investigate the consumption of dairy products in a sample of African American women at risk for type 2 diabetes, and participating in the D.R.E.A.M. study, a pilot feasibility study to evaluate the effectiveness of ...
|Dietary adherence among older community living adults in central North Carolina to specific dietary recommendations of the 2005 dietary guidelines for Americans
||"The Dietary Guidelines for Americans identify dietary recommendations designed to prevent and/or manage chronic disease among all persons two years of age and older. This study sought to determine dietary adherence among a convenience sample of comm...
|The implementation and evaluation of a church-based, peer-delivered nutrition and lifestyle education program for African American women at risk for type 2 diabetes
||Diet, physical activity, and body weight are modifiable lifestyle factors for which modest improvements have been shown to reduce risk for development of Type 2 diabetes mellitus. However, increasing rates of disease suggest that large segments of th...
|Impact of tomato juice on radiation side effects and select inflammatory mediators in prostate cancer patients undergoing intensity modulated radiation therapy
||This pilot study assessed tolerance of different volumes of processed tomato juice consumed daily and its impact on serum lycopene, selected serum inflammatory mediator levels and radiation-induced side effects in men with localized prostate cancer u...
|Development and implementation of nutrition education classes and cooking sessions into an existing life skills program for young mothers at the YWCA of Greensboro, NC
||The overall aim of this two-part study was to develop and implement nutrition education classes and cooking sessions that would improve nutrition knowledge, cooking knowledge, self-efficacy towards cooking and healthy eating, and food choices of adol...