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Dietary practices and concerns of adult urban black men of high socioeconomic status



Dietary practices and concerns of adult urban black men of high socioeconomic status



Journal of the American Dietetic Association 90(12): 1716-1717



The purpose of this study was to assess dietary practices and diet-related beliefs and concerns of adult black men recruited through a twin registry. Emphasis was placed on practices and perceptions related to dietary guidelines for health promotion and disease prevention.

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