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The SONIC study is measuring salt intake and identifying the sources of dietary salt consumed by Victorian primary school children. The study is also examining the relationship between dietary salt intake and blood pressure and body weight.
This study, led by the George Institute in Sydney, brings together government, industry and scientists in a new, nationwide initiative to reduce the amount of salt eaten by Australians.
This study aims to understand the role of sensory perception in children's food choice and the discovery of determinants of children's food choice. The major focus is on children's vegetable consumption.
This study is exploring the impact of Oleocanthal, a natural non-steroidal anti-inflammatory compound found in olive oil, on health.
This study is aiming to identify differences in individual's ability to taste fat in foods (fat sensitivity), and to see if there is any link between ‘fat sensitivity’ and how much fat an individual consumes, as well as body weight.
The aim of this study is to determine if there is an association between salt taste and liking of food with different levels of sodium, and to assess consumer acceptance of foods with decreased amounts of sodium and increased potassium content.
This study is investigating physiological responses to psychological stress in men who are overweight compared to those who are not overweight, to determine if there are differences.
This aim of this study is to assess the contribution of dietary iron and physical activity and specific dietary patterns, to iron and zinc status in women blood-donors and non-blood-donors.