Publications

The relationship between single nucleotide polymorphisms in taste receptor genes, taste function and dietary intake in preschool-aged children and adults in the Guelph Family Health Study

Elie Chamoun, Nicholas A. Carroll, Lisa M. Duizer, Wenjuan Q, Zeny Feng, Gerarda Darlington, Alison M. Duncan, Jess Haines, David W.L. Ma, and the Guelph Family Health Study. Nutrients, 2018, 10(8): 990.

The forgotten parent: Fathers’ representation in family interventions to prevent childhood obesity

Davison KK, Kitos N, Aftosmes-Tobio A, Ash T, Agaronov A, Sepulveda M, Haines J. Preventative Medicine, 2018, 111:170-176

Guelph Family Health Study pilot study of a home-based obesity prevention intervention

Haines J, Douglas S, Mirotta JA, O’Kane C, Breau R, Walton K, Krystia O, Chamoun E, Annis A, Darlington GA, Buchholz AC, Duncan AM, Vallis LA, Spriet LL, Mutch DM, Brauer P, Allen-Vercoe E, Taveras EM, Ma DWL on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 2018 April 25 (Epub ahead of print)

Single nucleotide polymorphisms in taste receptor genes are associated with snacking patterns of preschool-aged children in the Guelph Family Health Study

Elie Chamoun, Joy Hutchinson, Owen Krystia, Julia Mirotta, David Mutch, Andrea Buchholz, Alison Duncan, Gerarda Darlington, Jess Haines, David Ma, and on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Nutrients, 2018, 10(2). pii: E153.

Guelph Family Health Study’s home-based obesity prevention intervention increases fibre and fruit intake of preschool children

Julia Mirotta, Gerarda Darlington, Jess Haines, David WL Ma, Alison Duncan & on behalf the Guelph Family Health Study. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, published online February 2018.

Parental overweight is associated with decreased encouragement of dietary balance and variety and involvement in meal planning and preparation

Owen Krystia, Andrea Buchholz, David Ma, Jess Haines and on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study.  Facets, published online February 2018.

Family-based obesity prevention: perceptions of Canadian parents of preschool age children

Carley O’Kane, Angela Wallace, Laura Wilson, Angela Annis, David WL Ma, Jess Haines & on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 2018, 79(1): 13-17.

Snacking patterns of preschool-aged children: opportunity for improvement

Joy Hutchinson, Jessica Watterworth, Jess Haines, Alison Duncan, Julia Mirotta, David Ma, Andrea Buchholz & on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health,  2018, 79(1): 2-6.

Examination of associations between chaos in the home environment, serum cortisol level, and dietary fat intake among parents of preschool-age children

Laura MacRae, Gerarda Darlington, Jess Haines, David WL Ma & on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 2017, 42(7): 788-791.

Food parenting practices and their association with child nutrition risk status: comparing mothers and fathers

Jessica Watterworth, Joy Hutchinson, Andrea Buchholz, Gerarda Darlington, Janis Randall Simpson, David WL Ma , Jess Haines & on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 2017, 42(6): 667-671.

A review of the associations between single nucleotide polymorphisms in taste receptors, eating behaviours, and health

Elie Chamoun, David M. Mutch, Emma Allen-Vercoe, Andrea C. Buchholz, Alison M. Duncan, Lawrence L. Spriet, Jess Haines and David W.L. Ma & on behalf of the Guelph Family Health Study. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 2018, 58(2): 194-207.