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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
2016Energy Adaptations Persist 2 Years After Sleeve Gastrectomy and Gastric BypassTam, Charmaine; Heilbronn, Leonie; Matisan, Tania; Probst, Yasmine; Rigas, Georgi; Talbot, Michael; Biological SciencesEnergy Adaptations Persist 2 Years After Sleeve Gastrectomy and Gastric Bypass, Obesity Surgery, vol.26, N/A, 2016,pp 459-463
2017The major types of added sugars and non-nutritive sweeteners in a sample of Australian packaged foodsLouie, Jimmy Chun Yu; Dengate, Alexis; Dunford, Elizabeth; Jacobs, Jenny; Probst, Yasmine; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)The major types of added sugars and non-nutritive sweeteners in a sample of Australian packaged foods, Public Health Nutrition, vol.20, 18, 2017,pp 3228-3233
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