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Published on 15.02.18 in Vol 7, No 2 (2018): February

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Works citing "National Food, Nutrition, and Physical Activity Survey of the Portuguese General Population (2015-2016): Protocol for Design and Development"

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  1. Marinho AR, Severo M, Correia D, Lobato L, Vilela S, Oliveira A, Ramos E, Torres D, Lopes C. Total, added and free sugar intakes, dietary sources and determinants of consumption in Portugal: the National Food, Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey (IAN-AF 2015–2016). Public Health Nutrition 2020;23(5):869
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  12. Goiana-da-Silva F, Cruz-e-Silva D, Allen L, Nunes AM, Calhau C, Rito A, Bento A, Miraldo M, Darzi A. Portugal’s voluntary food reformulation agreement and the WHO reformulation targets. Journal of Global Health 2019;9(2)
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  16. Nunes C, Matias C, Santos D, Morgado J, Monteiro C, Sousa M, Minderico C, Rocha P, St-Onge M, Sardinha L, Silva A. Characterization and Comparison of Nutritional Intake between Preparatory and Competitive Phase of Highly Trained Athletes. Medicina 2018;54(3):41
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  17. Oliveira A, Araújo J, Severo M, Correia D, Ramos E, Torres D, Lopes C. Prevalence of general and abdominal obesity in Portugal: comprehensive results from the National Food, nutrition and physical activity survey 2015–2016. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1)
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