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Journal of Consumer Sciences - Special Edition. Food and nutrition challenges in Southern Africa. Vol 2 (2017)

Special Edition. Food and nutrition challenges in Southern Africa. Vol 2 (2017)

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Articles

Lipid profile, hyperglycaemia, systemic inflammation and anthropometry as cardiovascular risk factors and their association with dietary intakes in children from rural Cofimvaba, Eastern Cape, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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W Oldewage-Theron, AA Egal, C Grobler
Does social capital play a role in climate change adaptation among smallholder farmers for improving food security and livelihoods? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JM Thamaga-Chitja, N Tamako
Dietary patterns and BMI status of adult women in greater Letaba municipality, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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XG Mbhenyane, AM Seanego, AKA Amey, NS Mabapa, LF Mushaphi, HV Mbhatsani, TC Mandiwana
Assessment of dietary challenges faced by Sub-Saharan immigrants residing in Gauteng province: a pilot study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TP Mbombo-Dweba, AO Agyepong, JW Oguttu, CA Mbajiorgu
Situational analysis: Implementation of the National School Nutrition Programme in low socio-economic primary schools in Nelson Mandela Bay EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Gresse, A Nomvete, C Walter
Consumers’ knowledge about and attitudes towards lucerne (Medicago sativa L.) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Mielmann, C Bothma, F Steyn, CJ Hugo
Food choices, physical activity levels and other factors associated with weight gain in primary school educators EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Z Seme, A de Villiers, NP Steyn, M Senekal
The association between dietary fat knowledge and consumption of foods rich in fat among black first-year students in a South African university self-catering residences EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Ranga, I Venter


ISSN: 0378-5254
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