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Freedman, M.R., Contreras-Pena, G., & Hollenbeck, C.B. (2014) Hispanic adults attending English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at an adult school are food insecure. In Press. J Hunger Environ Nutr.

Freedman, M. R. & Bartoli, C. (2013). Food intake patterns and plate waste among community meal center guests show room for improvement. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 8, 1-10. (Research Gate)

Freedman, M. R. & Gogol, S. J. (2013). A collaborative approach to providing best-practice childhood feeding guidance. International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition, 2, 172-7. (Research Gate)

Ferruzzi, M. G., Peterson, D. G., Singh, R. P., Schwartz, S. J., & Freedman, M. R. (2012). Nutritional translation blended with food science: 21st century applications. Advances in Nutrition, 3, 813-9. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Keast, D. R. (2012). Potatoes, including French fries, contribute key nutrients to diets of US adults: NHANES 2003-2006. Journal of Nutrition Therapeutics, 1, 1-11.(Research Gate)

Freedman, M. R. (2012). Real world nutritional translation blended with food science. Advances in Nutrition, 3, 1-3. (PubMed)

Dwyer, J. T., Fulgoni, V. L. III, Clemens, R. A., Schmidt, D. B., Freedman, M. R. (2012). Is “processed” a four-letter word? The role of processed foods in achieving dietary guidelines and nutrient recommendations. Advances in Nutrition, 3, 536-48. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Wood, H. (2011). A tool to identify older adults who are candidates for action planning to increase fruit and vegetable intake. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 43, 421-3. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Keast, D. R. (2011). White potatoes, including french-fries, contribute shortfall nutrients to children’s and adolescents’ diets. Nutrition Research, 31, 270-7. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2011). Point-of-selection nutrition information influences food choice in an all-you-can-eat university dining hall: A pilot study. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 14, 421-3.(Research Gate)

Freedman, M. R. & Waldrop, J. (2011). Freshman orientation sessions can teach incoming students about healthful lifestyles. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 43, 69-70.(PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2010). Using service learning to teach community nutrition. In A. Pelham & E. Sills (Eds.), Promoting health and wellness in underserved communities: Multidisciplinary perspectives through service learning (pp. 175-200), Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing LLC.

Freedman, M. R. & Rubinstein, R. J. (2010). Obesity and food choices among faculty and staff at a large urban university. Journal of American College Health, 59, 205-210. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2010). A "Healthy Pizza Kitchen" nutrition education program at a children's health museum. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 42, 353-354 (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Franklin, I. B. (2010). Implementing a solid waste management diversion program in a conventional cook-serve hospital system: A feasibility study. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 5, 1-10.

Freedman, M. R. & Connors, R. (2010) Point-of-purchase nutrition information influences food-purchasing behaviors of college students: A pilot study. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 110, 1222-1226. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Nickell, A. (2010). Impact of after-school nutrition workshops in a public library setting. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 42, 192-196. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2010). Development, evaluation, and validation of environmental assessment tools to evaluate the college nutrition environment. Journal of American College Health, 58, 567-570. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2010). Gender, residence and ethnicity affect freshman BMI and dietary habits. American Journal of Health Behavior, 34, 513-524. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. (2010). School health fairs show potential to improve short-term learning. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 42, 137-138. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Alvarez, K. P. (2010). Early childhood feeding: Assessing knowledge, attitude and practices of multiethnic childcare providers. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 110, 447-451. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R. & Brochardo, C. (2010). Reducing portion size reduces food intake and plate waste. Obesity, 18, 1864-66. (PubMed)

Dittmann, K. A. & Freedman, M. R. (2009). Body awareness, eating attitudes, and spiritual beliefs of women who practice yoga: A case for recovery. Eating Disorders, 17, 273-292. (PubMed)

Mistry, Y., Freedman, M., Sweeney, K., & Hollenbeck, C. (2008) Infant-feeding practices of low-income Vietnamese American women. Journal of Human Lactation, 24, 406-414.

Freedman, M. R. & Stern, J. S. (2004). The role of optimal healing environments in the management of childhood obesity. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 10 (Suppl.1), S231-S244. (PubMed)

Kennedy E. T., Bowman, S. A., Spence, J. T., Freedman, M. R., & King, J. (2001). Popular diets: Correlation to health, nutrition, and obesity. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 101, 411-420.

Freedman, M. R., King, J., & Kennedy, E. (2001). Popular diets: A scientific review. Obesity Research, 9 (Suppl. 1), 1S-40S. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R., Horwitz, B., & Stern, J. S. (1986). Effect of adrenalectomy and glucocorticoid replacement on development of obesity in the genetically obese Zucker rat. American Journal of Physiology, 250, R595-607. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R., Stern, J. S., Reaven, G. M., & Mondon, C. E. (1986). Effect of adrenalectomy on in vivo glucose metabolism in insulin resistant Zucker obese rats. Hormone and Metabolic Research, 5, 296-298. (PubMed)

Freedman, M. R., Castonguay, T. W., & Stern, J. S. (1985). Effect of adrenalectomy and corticosterone replacement on meal patterns of Zucker rats. American Journal of Physiology 249, R584-594 (PubMed)

 

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