Diet and perception

Simply adding the word "fruit" makes sugar healthier: The misleading effect of symbolic information on the perceived healthiness of food

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See food diet? Cultural differences in estimating fullness and intake as a function of plate size

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Do adults draw differently-sized meals on larger or smaller plates? Examining plate size in a community sample

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Perception v. actual intakes of junk food and sugar-sweetened beverages in Australian young adults: assessed using the mobile food record

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Associations between adult perception of body weight, diet, preparing meals and dietary patterns

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Perception and practice of 'healthy' diet in relation to noncommunicable diseases among the urban and rural people in northern Ethiopia: a community-based qualitative study.

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Perceptions and behavior related to noncommunicable diseases among slum dwellers in a rapidly urbanizing city, Dhaka, Bangladesh: a qualitative study

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Impact of Perceived Healthiness of Food on Food Choices and Intake

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Perceptions of university students regarding calories, food healthiness, and the importance of calorie information in menu labelling

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