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Diet, Data and Interventions Group

publications

Hartmann-Boyce J, Theodoulou A, Oke JL, Butler AR, Scarborough P, Bastounis A, Dunigan A, Byadya R, Hobbs FDR, Sniehotta FF, Jebb SA, Aveyard P. Association between characteristics of behavioural weight loss programmes and weight change after programme end: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ, 2021;374:n1840.

 Bandy LK, Hollowell S, Harrington RA, Scarborough P, Jebb S, Rayner M. Assessing the healthiness of UK food companies’ product portfolios using food sales and nutrient composition data. PLoS One, 2021;16(8):e0254833.

 Piernas C, Cook B, Stevens R, Stewart C, Hollowell J, Scarborough P, Jebb S. Estimating the effect of moving meat-free products to the meat aisle on sales of meat and meat-free products: a non-randomised controlled intervention study in a large UK supermarket chain. PLoS Medicine, 2021;18(7):e1003715.

Cobiac LJ, Scarborough P. Modelling future trajectories of obesity and body mass index in England. PLoS One, 2021;16(6):e0252072.

Springmann M, Spajic L, Clark M, Poore J, Hertforth A, Webb P, Rayner M, Scarborough P. The healthiness and sustainability of national and global food-based dietary guidelines. BMJ, 2020;370:m2322

Impact of the announcement and implementation of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy on sugar content, price, product size and number of available soft drinks in the UK, 2015-19: a controlled interrupted time series analysis.
PLoS Medicine, 2020;17(2):e1003025.

Nutrient composition databases in the age of big data: foodDB, a comprehensive, real-time database infrastructure.
BMJ Open, 2019;9:e026652.

Reductions in sugar sales from soft drinks in the UK from 2015-2018.
BMC Medicine, 2020;18:20.

A systematic review, and meta-analysis, examining the prevalence of price promotions on foods and whether they are more likely to be found on less-healthy foods.
Public Health Nutrition, 2020;23(8):1281-1296.




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