David Mela
David Mela
Independent nutrition scientist
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Appetite control: methodological aspects of the evaluation of foods
J Blundell, C De Graaf, T Hulshof, S Jebb, B Livingstone, A Lluch, D Mela, ...
Obesity reviews 11 (3), 251-270, 2010
Eating for pleasure or just wanting to eat? Reconsidering sensory hedonic responses as a driver of obesity
DJ Mela
Appetite 47 (1), 10-17, 2006
Ileal brake: a sensible food target for appetite control. A review
PWJ Maljaars, HPF Peters, DJ Mela, AAM Masclee
Physiology & behavior 95 (3), 271-281, 2008
Does low-energy sweetener consumption affect energy intake and body weight? A systematic review, including meta-analyses, of the evidence from human and animal studies
PJ Rogers, PS Hogenkamp, C de Graaf, S Higgs, A Lluch, AR Ness, ...
International Journal of Obesity 40 (3), 381-394, 2016
Determinants of food choice: relationships with obesity and weight control
DJ Mela
Obesity research 9 (S11), 249S-255S, 2001
Sensory preferences for fats: relationships with diet and body composition
DJ Mela, DA Sacchetti
The American journal of clinical nutrition 53 (4), 908-915, 1991
Differences in health and taste attitudes and reported behaviour among Finnish, Dutch and British consumers: a cross-national validation of the Health and Taste Attitude Scales …
K Roininen, H Tuorila, EH Zandstra, C de Graaf, K Vehkalahti, ...
Appetite 37 (1), 33-45, 2001
In vivo imaging of intragastric gelation and its effect on satiety in humans
CL Hoad, L Marciani, B de Celis Alonso, C Traynor, PA Gowland, ...
The Journal of nutrition 134 (9), 2293-2300, 2004
Food choice and intake: the human factor
DJ Mela
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 58 (3), 513-521, 1999
Effects of catechin enriched green tea on body composition
H Wang, Y Wen, Y Du, X Yan, H Guo, JA Rycroft, N Boon, EMR Kovacs, ...
Obesity 18 (4), 773-779, 2010
The influences of attitudes, beliefs and label information on perceptions of reduced-fat spread
JI Aaron, DJ Mela, RE Evans
Appetite 22 (1), 25-37, 1994
Take Five, a nutrition education intervention to increase fruit and vegetable intakes: impact on attitudes towards dietary change
AS Anderson, DN Cox, S McKellar, J Reynolds, MEJ Lean, DJ Mela
British Journal of Nutrition 80 (2), 133-140, 1998
UK consumer attitudes, beliefs and barriers to increasing fruit and vegetable consumption
DN Cox, AS Anderson, MEJ Lean, DJ Mela
Public health nutrition 1 (1), 61-68, 1998
Sensory assessment of fat content in fluid dairy products
DJ Mela
Appetite 10 (1), 37-44, 1988
Diacylglycerols affect substrate oxidation and appetite in humans
MMJW Kamphuis, DJ Mela, MS Westerterp-Plantenga
The American journal of clinical nutrition 77 (5), 1133-1139, 2003
Sensory and hedonic associations with macronutrient and energy intakes of lean and obese consumers
DN Cox, L Perry, PB Moore, L Vallis, DJ Mela
International Journal of Obesity 23 (4), 403-410, 1999
Barriers to the adoption of reduced-fat diets in a UK population
HM Lloyd, CM Paisley, DJ Mela
Journal of the American Dietetic Association 95 (3), 316-322, 1995
Why do we like what we like?
DJ Mela
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 81 (1), 10-16, 2001
Metabolically active functional food ingredients for weight control
EMR Kovacs, DJ Mela
obesity reviews 7 (1), 59-78, 2006
Perspective: total, added, or free? What kind of sugars should we be talking about?
DJ Mela, EM Woolner
Advances in nutrition 9 (2), 63-69, 2018
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