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The ownership of small domestic kitchen appliances and the effect of their usage on the nutrient intake of adult females in England and Cyprus
The nutritional habits of consumers have become a cause for concern with an increasing incidence in diseases related to nutrition. The way in which food is prepared may contribute to the nutritional content of the diet. Traditional methods of cooking are influenced by kitchen domestic appliances. This study aimed to determine the ownership of small domestic kitchen appliances and their influence on macronutrient intake in England (E) and Cyprus (CY). In each country two groups of females, ageddoi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00005799 fatcat:4js54agd6bhaxlvl6iimrzs2vy