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2016Added sugar intake that exceeds current recommendations is associated with nutrient dilution in older AustraliansFlood, Victoria; Gopinath, Bamini; Louie, Jimmy Chun Yu; Mitchell, Paul; Charlton, Karen; Moshtaghian, H; Probst, Yasmine; Exercise Health and Performance; Western Clinical School: Clinical Ophthal & Eye Health; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Central Clinical School: Clinical Ophthal & Eye HealthAdded sugar intake that exceeds current recommendations is associated with nutrient dilution in older Australians, Nutrition, vol.32, 9, 2016,pp 937-942
2015Estimation of Flavonoid Intake in Older Australians: Secondary Data Analysis of the Blue Mountains Eye StudyFlood, Victoria; Mitchell, Paul; Charlton, Karen; Kent, Katherine; Russell, Joanna; Exercise Health and Performance; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResEstimation of Flavonoid Intake in Older Australians: Secondary Data Analysis of the Blue Mountains Eye Study, Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics, vol.34, 4, 2015,pp 388-398
2014Folic acid and iodine supplementation during pregnancy: how much do pharmacists know and which products are readily available?Flood, Victoria; Charlton, Karen; El-Mani, Souad; Mullan, Judy; Exercise Health and PerformanceFolic acid and iodine supplementation during pregnancy: how much do pharmacists know and which products are readily available?, Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research, vol.44, 3, 2014,pp 113-119
2015Innovative and Collaborative Strategies to Reduce Population-Wide Sodium IntakeKaldor, Jenny Claire; Charlton, Karen; Langford, Kelly; LawInnovative and Collaborative Strategies to Reduce Population-Wide Sodium Intake, Current Nutrition Reports, vol.4, 4, 2015,pp 279-289
2014Iodine status similarly suboptimal in Australian women who have desirable salt intakes compared to those with excessive intakesLand, Mary-Anne; Charlton, Karen; Ma, Gary; Yeatman, Heather; School of Public Health: Public HealthIodine status similarly suboptimal in Australian women who have desirable salt intakes compared to those with excessive intakes, Nutrition, vol.30, 2, 2014,pp 234-235
2014Limited knowledge about folic acid and iodine nutrition in pregnant women reflected in supplementation practicesFlood, Victoria; Charlton, Karen; El-Mani, Souad; Mullan, Judy; Exercise Health and PerformanceLimited knowledge about folic acid and iodine nutrition in pregnant women reflected in supplementation practices, Nutrition and Dietetics, vol.71, 4, 2014,pp 236-244
2017A mixed-methods feasibility study of routinely weighing patients in general practice to aid weight managementMayne, Darren; Barnett, S; Bonney, Andrew; Charlton, Karen; Dijkmans-Hadley, B; Mackinnon, Duncan; School of Rural Health: LismoreA mixed-methods feasibility study of routinely weighing patients in general practice to aid weight management, Australian Family Physician, vol.46, 12, 2017,pp 928-933
2014To legislate or not to legislate? A comparison of the UK and South African approaches to the development and implementation of salt reduction programsWebster, Jacqueline Lorna; Charlton, Karen; Kowal, Paul; The George Institute for Global HealthTo legislate or not to legislate? A comparison of the UK and South African approaches to the development and implementation of salt reduction programs, Nutrients, vol.6, 9, 2014,pp 3672-3695
2017Trends in added sugar intake and food sources in a cohort of older Australians: 15 years of follow-up from the Blue Mountains Eye StudyFlood, Victoria; Gopinath, Bamini; Louie, Jimmy Chun Yu; Mitchell, Paul; Charlton, Karen; Moshtaghian, H; Probst, Yasmine; Exercise Health and Performance; Western Clinical School: Clinical Ophthal & Eye Health; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResTrends in added sugar intake and food sources in a cohort of older Australians: 15 years of follow-up from the Blue Mountains Eye Study, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, vol.30, 3, 2017,pp 339-348