CSI Research (En Anglais seulement)

Sugars Consumption in Canada 

Canadian Adults with Moderate Intakes of Total Sugars have Greater Intakes of Fibre and Key Micronutrients: Results from the Canadian Community Health Survey 2015 Public Use Microdata File

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Estimated Intakes and Sources of Total and Added Sugars in the Canadian Diet

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Estimated intakes of added sugars in Canada and relationship to trends in body weight.

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Knowledge and Perceptions Regarding Sugars

Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of carbohydrates among nutrition-major and nutrition-elective undergraduates in Canada

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Knowledge of sugars consumption and the WHO sugars guideline among Canadian dietitians and other health professionals

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Canadian health professionals' understanding of sugar's functional roles in foods.

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Discrepancies between health professionals' understanding and the evidence for sugars-related nutrition issues in Canada.

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Health professionals' understanding of added sugars consumption in relation to key nutrition issues in Canada.

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Sugar claims on foods: health professionals' understanding compared to marketplace practice.

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Health Professionals' perceptions of sugars consumption trends

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Additional Presentations at Health Professional Conferences