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Determinants of dietary and physical activity behaviours among women of reproductive age in urban Uganda, a qualitative study
(Cambridge University Press: British Journal of Nutrition., 2020-10-01)
To explore determinants of dietary and physical activity behaviours among women of reproductive age. Design: Data were collected through focus group discussions (FGD). The FGD guide was based on a modified theoretical ...
Organochlorine pesticide residues in skin, flesh and whole carrots (Daucus carota) from markets around Lake Victoria basin, Uganda
(Taylor & Francis online: International Journal of Environmental Studies., 2013)
Residual concentrations of organochlorine pesticides in vegetables cause concern because of their adverse health effects. Pesticides have been applied in agricultural production and vector control in Uganda. Vegetables may ...
Nucleotide degradation products, total volatile basic nitrogen, sensory and microbiological quality of Nile perch(Lates niloticus) fillets under chilled storage
(Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food sciences, 2012-11)
Degradation products of adenosine nucleotide and total volatile basic nitrogen (TVBN) concentration provide means of ascertaining freshness of commercial fish products. A complementary sensory analysis has also been adopted ...
Determinants of dietary and physical activity behaviours among women of reproductive age in urban sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review
(Cambridge University Press: British Journal of Nutrition., 2020-05-28)
Urban sub-Saharan Africa is in a nutrition transition shifting towards consumption of energy-dense nutrient-poor diets and decreasing physical activity. Determinants of nutrition transition in sub-Saharan Africa are presently ...
The conceptual framework for a combined food literacy and physical activity intervention to optimize metabolic health among women of reproductive age in urban Uganda
(BMC Public Health volume, 2022-02-18)
Background Metabolic health of urban Ugandans, mostly women, has increasingly become sub-optimal. As women are strategic for family behavioral change and do not meet WHO recommendations regarding dietary and physical ...