1. Time to Eat - A Personalized Circadian Eating Schedule Leads to Weight Loss Without Calorie Restriction: A Randomized Controlled Trial

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Isabell Wilming
    2. Jana Tuschewski
    3. Jessie M Osterhaus
    4. Theresa JG Bringmann
    5. Anisja Huehne-Landgraf
    6. Dominic Landgraf
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      This study investigates a dietary intervention that employs a smartphone app to promote meal regularity, which may be useful. Despite no observed changes in caloric intake, the authors report significant weight loss. While the concept is very interesting and deserves to be studied due to its potential clinical relevance, the study's rigor needs to be improved, and is currently considered inadequate, notably for its reliance on self-reported food intake, a highly unreliable way to assess food intake. Additionally, the study theorizes that the intervention resets the circadian clock, but the study needs more reliable methods for assessing circadian rhythms, such as actigraphy.

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  2. Oxidative Status of Ultra-Processed Foods in the Western Diet

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    1. Lisaura Maldonado-Pereira
    2. Carlo Barnaba
    3. Ilce Gabriela Medina-Meza

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  3. Effect of the COVID-19-induced lockdown on nutrition, health and lifestyle patterns among adults in Zimbabwe

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    1. Tonderayi Mathew Matsungo
    2. Prosper Chopera

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  4. Self-reported food choices before and during COVID-19 lockdown

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    1. E. Siobhan Mitchell
    2. Qiuchen Yang
    3. Heather Behr
    4. Laura Deluca
    5. Paul Schaffer

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  5. Predictors of households at risk for food insecurity in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Brianna N Lauren
    2. Elisabeth R Silver
    3. Adam S Faye
    4. Alexandra M Rogers
    5. Jennifer A Woo-Baidal
    6. Elissa M Ozanne
    7. Chin Hur

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  6. Self-reported Changes in Energy Balance Behaviors during COVID-19-related Home Confinement: A Cross-sectional Study

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    1. Surabhi Bhutani
    2. Jamie A. Cooper
    3. Michelle R. vanDellen

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  7. Implications of the reverse associations between obesity prevalence and coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and related deaths in the United States

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    1. Ning Zhang
    2. Lorraine S. Cordeiro
    3. Zhenhua Liu

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  8. Diet and physical activity during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) lockdown (March–May 2020): results from the French NutriNet-Santé cohort study

    This article has 20 authors:
    1. Mélanie Deschasaux-Tanguy
    2. Nathalie Druesne-Pecollo
    3. Younes Esseddik
    4. Fabien Szabo de Edelenyi
    5. Benjamin Allès
    6. Valentina A Andreeva
    7. Julia Baudry
    8. Hélène Charreire
    9. Valérie Deschamps
    10. Manon Egnell
    11. Leopold K Fezeu
    12. Pilar Galan
    13. Chantal Julia
    14. Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot
    15. Paule Latino-Martel
    16. Jean-Michel Oppert
    17. Sandrine Péneau
    18. Charlotte Verdot
    19. Serge Hercberg
    20. Mathilde Touvier

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  9. The Impact of Isolation Measures Due to COVID-19 on Energy Intake and Physical Activity Levels in Australian University Students

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Linda A. Gallo
    2. Tania F. Gallo
    3. Sophia L. Young
    4. Karen M. Moritz
    5. Lisa K. Akison

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  10. The Early Food Insecurity Impacts of COVID-19

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Meredith T. Niles
    2. Farryl Bertmann
    3. Emily H. Belarmino
    4. Thomas Wentworth
    5. Erin Biehl
    6. Roni Neff

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