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food group

food groups

Foods, food groups, and food paths

Evaluation of Alternative Approaches to Assign Nutrient Values to Food Groups in Food Frequency Questionnaires

Stroke, food groups, and dietary patterns: a systematic review

MOSS, John Ringer (born 1920), adviser to companies in Associated British Foods Group, 1980–98

Intake of food groups and idiopathic asthenozoospermia: a case–control study

Food Fight: NCI Aims for Consumer Clarity With Complaint Against Dairy Group

Modelling income group differences in the health and economic impacts of targeted food taxes and subsidies

Description of a Mixed Ethnic, Elderly Population. II. Food Group Behavior and Related Nonfood Characteristics

Small folivorous primate groups exhibit behavioral and physiological effects of food scarcity

Group size effect caused by food competition in nutmeg mannikins (Lonchura punctulata)

Influence of group sizes and food resources in home-range sizes of capybaras from Argentina

HARDING, Brian John (born 1952), Director, Food and Farming Group, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2007–12

The Dutch EPIC food frequency questionnaire. I. Description of the questionnaire, and relative validity and reproducibility for food groups.

Antioquia Entrepreneur Group (GEA)'s Strategies for Facing International Competitors: The Case of the Food Manufacturing Group

Reproducibility and relative validity of food group intake in a food frequency questionnaire developed for the German part of the EPIC project. European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition.

Allen, Charles Lamb (born 1957), Chairman: Global Radio Group, since 2007; 2 Sisters Food Group, since 2011; ISS A/S, since 2013; Senior Advisor, Goldman Sachs Equity Partners, since 2008

ROBERTSON, Alastair (born 1949), consultant on research strategy and agribusiness; Group Executive, Food, Health and Life Science Industries, CSIRO, 2009–13

 

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A rather loose and imprecise way to classify foods according to their composition, i.e., principally comprising carbohydrates, fats, proteins, or rich in a specific mineral or vitamin. For example, citrus fruits might be classified as members of a food group rich in vitamin C. Rather than serving a scientific purpose, food groups are a reminder of the virtue of dietary diversity.

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