Research aimed at better nutrition for New Zealanders

HEART DISEASE, DIABETES, OBESITY AND NUTRITION

2005 Reduced red meat fat consumption 1995-2000. NZMJ 2005. www.nzma.org.nz/journal/118-1226/1751

2003 with Elliott R. Ischaemic heart disease, Type 1 diabetes and cow milk A1 b-casein. NZ Med J 24 January 2003;116 no.1168. URL http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/116-1168/295/

2003 The influence of consumption of A1 b-casein on heart disease and Type 1 diabetes – the authors reply. NZ Med J 14 March 2003;116 no.1170. URL http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/116-1170/367/

2000 with Elliott R. A1-free milk with a certain configuration of folic acid and other vitamins to reduce spina bifida and lower homocysteine levels to prevent heart disease. International patents held.

1998 with Swinburn B. Fat reduction strategies for New Zealanders. Institute of Chemistry Oils and Fats division conference. Auckland.

1997 with Malcolm M. Reduction of illness, disability and death rates from heart disease, diabetes, strokes and cancer particularly through the promotion of nutrition. In the series on Evidence based health promotion for the then Midland Regional Health Authority.

 

NUTRITION: EVALUATION OF NEW ZEALAND’S STATUS

2002 The Health New Zealand food, nutrient and mortality international database, 1960-2000. updated. Commercial database.

2000 with Swinburn B. The New Zealand food supply and diet - trends 1961-95 and comparison with other OECD countries. NZ Med J. 113:311-5.

1992 Fats in the food supply, coronary and all-cause mortality in 22 OECD countries including New Zealand, 1955-1988. Proceedings Nutrition Society of NZ, 1992; 17:136-156.

1989,91 with National Research Bureau. From Department of Health. Heart Health Surveys of New Zealanders.

 

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