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The Effect of Menu Labels on Calories Ordered in Hispanics

Most studies on menu labels have been conducted in mostly non-Hispanic white individuals, and how menu labels affect calories and macronutrients ordered in Hispanics is not clearly understood. This study evaluated the impact of menu labels on calories and macronutrients ordered in Hispanics.

A Randomized-controlled Experiment of Sugary Drink Warning Labels

The primary objective of this study is to determine to what degree sugary drink warning labels increase consumers' knowledge about the potential health harms of sugary drinks and reduce sugary drink intake. The study is designed to answer three additional questions: 1) Do some warning labels work better than others? 2) What is the effect of warning labels over time? 3) If warning labels influence behavior, is it because they increase knowledge or simply provide a salient remind...

Child Friendly Menu Labelling and Food Choices

Childhood obesity is a major problem in Canada. Children are eating larger portions and have easier access to high-fat, high-sugar foods and drinks. Menu labelling is a promising tool to teach families about healthier choices. We will study the impact of combining child-friendly superhero food labels, fun food names, and a traffic light system on the food choices of children and their parents at SickKids. We will use the hospital inpatient food ordering system (Meal Train) and ...


Kids' Choice Restaurant Program

This study will introduce healthy child menu items into 8 independent full service restaurants in San Diego County. The restaurants will be assigned either to receive new, healthy kids' menu items or to receive the new menu items in addition to marketing materials and staff trainings to support promotion of these new menu items. The primary outcome for the study is sales of kids' menu items. Additional customer observation and interview data will be collected, as well as man...

Testing the Influence of Different Sugary Drink Warning Label Designs

The aim of this study is to compare different sugary drink labels to see which most influence knowledge, beliefs, purchase intentions and choices. Parents of children ages 6-11 will shop in a virtual convenience store after being randomized to 1 of 4 conditions: 1) calorie labels; 2) text warning labels; 3) graphic sugar warning labels; or 4) graphic health warning. This study will provide data comparing the influence of sugary drink text warning labels and two kinds of graphic...

Effects of Sugary Drink Warning Labels on Parent Choices

Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) are a significant contributor to adult and childhood obesity. Policies to place health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages are being pursued, but there is little empirical data on how such labels influence people. The proposed research will evaluate the impact of different types of sugar-sweetened beverage warning labels relative to standard calorie labels on the purchasing and consumption behaviors of parents and children.

Consumer Perceptions of Milk Beverages

The objectives of this study are to: 1. Investigate and describe perceptions of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks without food labels (ie., no Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and how this impacts consumption choice. 2. Determine understanding of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks after given access to food labels (ie., Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and ho...

The Effect of Shelf Nutrition Labels on Purchases

NuVal® shelf nutrition labels rate the nutritional quality of foods on a scale of 1 (worst) to 100 (best). In 2014, NuVal updated their nutrient profiling system which changed the NuVal score on many foods. The investigators took advantage of this "natural experiment" to assess the extent to which a change in the NuVal score at a grocery chain influenced yogurt purchases, a category with a wide range of more and less healthy alternatives. The investigators supplemented the ret...

Effects of Restaurant Menu Design on Food Ordering Outcomes

High cognitive load activities can influence energy intake from food. It is unknown how restaurant menu designs may affect patrons in terms of cognitive demand and subsequent ordering of food.Objective: Our objective was to develop and experimentally test menu designs that differ in cognitive load to test the subjective and objective stress measures on food ordering.

Comparison of Measured Caloric Expenditure Versus Administered Calories in Neonates

The investigators have created and validated a device that allows us to accurately measure how many calories a baby consumes every day. The purpose of this study is to compare how many calories a baby consumes with how many calories are provided in a population of newborn infants and children. This may help clinicians to better understand how to feed babies during times of critical illness.

Medical College Students' Responds to Menu Labeling

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether exposure to nutrition information with or without nutrition education would influence college students' dietary choices and improved the previous photographs-based dietary assessment tools.

Effect of Nutrition Labeling on Fast Food Choices

A study examining menu choices made at fast food restaurants.

ChildObesity180 - Social Marketing Campaign to Encourage Healthful Eating in Restaurants for Children

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a messaging campaign affects the calories ordered for and consumed by children in a quick serve restaurant setting.

Do Warning Labels Decrease Soda Purchasing?

Investigators will run a field study evaluating the impact different labels have on the purchasing of sugar sweetened beverages. This field study will take place in a hospital cafeteria.

Improving Retention of Hispanics Receiving Antidepressant Therapy

This study will develop an intervention that will increase the retention of Hispanics with major depression in antidepressant therapy.

Sugar Sweetened Beverage Labeling Support

This is an online survey assessing consumer support for different labeling policies related to sugar sweetened beverages. The investigators will present consumers with three labels that are being considered for sugar sweetened beverages: a calorie label, a text warning label that says "Warning drinking beverages with added sugar(s) can lead to health problems like obesity, diabetes and tooth decay" and a graphic warning label that includes graphic images to correspond with each...

Improving Prescription Drug Warning Labels

Prior studies have documented a high prevalence of patients misunderstanding prescription drug warning labels, placing them at risk for medication error. We sought to evaluate the effectiveness of 'enhanced print' drug warnings to improve patient comprehension beyond a current standard.A three-arm, controlled clinical trial was conducted. Patients were assigned to receive 1) current standard drug warning labels on prescription containers (standard), 2) 'enhanced' drug warnings...

Effect of Cigarette Pack Warnings and Packaging Among Young Adult Smokers

The objective of this study is to examine whether cigarette packaging regulations including graphic health warning labels on cigarette packs and requiring plain, unbranded packaging reduce the appeal of cigarettes and prompt young adult smokers to quit.

Effect of Hip Hop Nutrition-Math Curriculum

This study is testing the efficacy of the integrative approach to: 1. teach 5th grade children menu board calorie literacy as measured by our novel recently validated menu board calorie literacy (MBCL) instrument; 2. provide strategies designed to improve food purchasing behaviors; and 3. facilitate the transmission of core lesson messages from children to parents via a procedure that we have termed "Child Mediated Health Communication (CMHC)".

Clinical Application of Nutrition Support Package Before Hepatectomy

Objective:To confirm the effect of preoperative oral nutrition therapy on patients with malnourished before liver cancer resection. Study design:Prospective, randomized, controlled clinical study. Primary end point: incidence of all complications 30 days after surgery.

Fast Food Photo Study

The investigators aim to discover if people of different demographic levels are more or less attentive to changes in calorie information vs. changes in price information on a restaurant menu. The investigators will record whether the calorie/price change was noticed or not, as well as how quickly the calorie/price change was noticed, depending on condition and individual differences.

Effects of Diet on Pregnancy Outcome and Child Obesity

The purpose of the study is to compare 3 different diets in pregnancy, equal in calories, and fats, different in refined grains compared to whole grains as a source of carbohydrates, and in calories from carbohydrate, compared to protein as a source of calories.The hypothesis is that there will be differences in the specified outcomes because the proportions of macronutrients are significant. The primary objective is to detect differences in weight gain.

An Evaluation of a Culturally- and Linguistically-Appropriate Online Diet Program for U.S Hispanics

The purpose of this study is to conduct a randomized trial to rigorously test the efficacy of the MiDieta eHealth portal for weight loss among overweight, though otherwise healthy, members of the Hispanic community, many of whom may be members of collaborating managed care organizations.

Study of Hispanics to Assess Risk Prevention in Prehypertension

The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of lifestyle modification in reducing blood pressure values in Hispanics at risk for hypertension.

Microvascular Blood Flow and Metabolic Flexibility in Hispanics

Microvascular insulin resistance has been shown to precede myocyte insulin resistance and impairments in metabolic function. However, there is no convincing data showing the relationship between impaired microvascular flow and impaired metabolic flexibility. We have convincing evidence that impaired microvascular blood flow in Caucasians directly contributes to impaired metabolic flexibility in Caucasians (under review), however there is no such evidence in Hispanics. Since the...

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