Jenna L. Hollis's research while affiliated with Newcastle University and other places

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This chapter begins with describing the scope of double burden of malnutrition (DBM) and its prevalence, ranging from country level to individual level. It discusses social determinants and equity considerations related to DBM. The double burden of malnutrition occurs at the country level when there is a high prevalence of both under‐nutrition and...
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There is a clear impetus for researchers to facilitate cross-sector and interdisciplinary collaboration to achieve collective action for maternal obesity prevention. Building early- and mid-career researchers' capacity to sustainably develop collective action into the future is key. Therefore, the national Health in Preconception, Pregnancy, and Po...
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This paper provides an overview of nutrition recommendations for dietary intakes necessary to support normal growth and development of children from birth to 18 years and to promote long-term health and quality of life. Key nutrients and food-based dietary recommendations have been examined from international evidence-based child dietary and feedin...
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Background: Women of childbearing age are vulnerable to weight gain. This scoping review examines the extent and range of research undertaken to evaluate behavioral interventions to support women of childbearing age to prevent and treat overweight and obesity. Methods: Eight electronic databases were searched for randomized controlled trials (RC...

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... Dietary diversity is also assessed through food frequency of different food items consumed by a child or young mother keeping the week as a reference period. NFHS collects this information for some food items and they are often analyzed in association with anthropometric indicators to assess undernutrition or overnutrition (Naline and Viswanathan, 2017;Agnihotri, 2019). ...
... The WHO, FAO, and EFSA encourages member states do develop national FBDG using a multi-disciplinary stepwise approach with a particular focus on the diet-disease relationships relevant to the population of interest [53]. Well-designed, carefully structured dietary guidelines that take into account generally established nutritional principles, environmental impact, and current scientific evidence are a prerequisite for the development of policies aimed at shifting the consumption patterns of children towards healthier directions, thereby ensuring long-term beneficial effects and the prevention of diet-related diseases later in life [54][55][56]. ...
... The conduct and reporting of the scoping review is consistent with the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses extension for Scoping Reviews (PRISMA-ScR) Checklist. Preliminary findings of the scoping review were previously presented [25]. ...
... Patients diagnosed with GDM are, in general, included in a group of women irrespective of their nutritional status and metabolic conditions [7]. Yet, obesity is a pandemic also affecting women of childbearing age [15][16][17][18][19], driving a higher prevalence of pre-pregnancy maternal obesity. Pre-pregnancy maternal obesity is a risk factor for developing GDM [1][2][3][4]7,9,10]. ...