Obesity, Environmental health, Food science, Gerontology and Calorie are his primary areas of study. His Obesity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dietary Carbohydrates and Palatability. Adam Drewnowski has researched Environmental health in several fields, including Refined grains, Socioeconomic status and Nutritional epidemiology.
His Food science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Food group and Food prices. His work deals with themes such as Diet Surveys, Public health, Health promotion, Childhood obesity and Animal science, which intersect with Gerontology. His Calorie research incorporates themes from Agricultural science and Serving size.
His primary areas of investigation include Food science, Environmental health, Obesity, Nutrient density and Gerontology. Food science is closely attributed to Calorie in his study. His research integrates issues of Cross-sectional study, Socioeconomic status, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and Public health in his study of Environmental health.
His study in Obesity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body weight and Weight gain. The Nutrient density study combines topics in areas such as Food group, Food prices, Biotechnology and Nutrient profiling. His research brings together the fields of Body mass index and Gerontology.
His primary areas of study are Nutrient density, Environmental health, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, Obesity and Food group. His Nutrient density research integrates issues from Food science, Food Patterns, Diet quality, Nutrient profiling and Saturated fat. His work in the fields of Vitamin C overlaps with other areas such as Food choice.
His studies in Environmental health integrate themes in fields like Poverty, Meal, Whole grains and Public health. His Obesity study combines topics in areas such as Demography and Decile. As a part of the same scientific study, Adam Drewnowski usually deals with the Food group, concentrating on Food prices and frequently concerns with Agricultural economics.
His main research concerns Environmental health, Nutrient density, Public health, Research initiative and Food group. His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental health, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey are connected with Clinical nutrition, Vitamin D and neurology and Vitamin C and other disciplines. In his work, Preference, Control, Weight management, New product development and Affect is strongly intertwined with Food safety, which is a subfield of Public health.
Adam Drewnowski combines subjects such as Food Patterns and Food prices with his study of Food group. His research in Food prices tackles topics such as MyPyramid which are related to areas like Food science and Calorie. In most of his Food science studies, his work intersects topics such as Vitamin.
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Poverty and obesity: the role of energy density and energy costs
Adam Drewnowski;SE Specter.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2004)
Does social class predict diet quality
Nicole Darmon;Adam Drewnowski.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2008)
The Nutrition Transition: New Trends in the Global Diet
Adam Drewnowski;Barry M. Popkin.
Nutrition Reviews (2009)
Journals of Gerontology
A. Drewnowski;W. J. Evans.
Journals of Gerontology Series A-biological Sciences and Medical Sciences (2001)
Long-term maintenance of weight loss: current status.
Robert W. Jeffery;Leonard H. Epstein;G. Terence Wilson;Adam Drewnowski.
Health Psychology (2000)
The economics of obesity: dietary energy density and energy cost
Adam Drewnowski;Nicole Darmon.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2005)
Bitter taste, phytonutrients, and the consumer: a review
Adam Drewnowski;Carmen Gomez-Carneros.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2000)
TASTE PREFERENCES AND FOOD INTAKE
Annual Review of Nutrition (1997)
Food Choices and Diet Costs: an Economic Analysis
Adam Drewnowski;Nicole Darmon.
Journal of Nutrition (2005)
Obesity and the food environment: dietary energy density and diet costs.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2004)
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