2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2015.03.080
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Abstract: For an 'informed' population, many AMD participants were under-consuming nutrients considered to be useful for their condition. Participants without AMD were more likely to reach recommended daily allowance values for energy and a range of nutrients. It is therefore essential to design more effective dietary education and dissemination methods for people with, and at risk of, AMD.

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“…46 The study also found that the ability to cook hot meals significantly increased L/Z intake, suggesting that the lack of cooking facilities or skills reduced L/Z intake. 46 The study also found that the ability to cook hot meals significantly increased L/Z intake, suggesting that the lack of cooking facilities or skills reduced L/Z intake.…”
Section: Micronutrientsmentioning
confidence: 85%
“…A nutrient component analysis of British people with and without AMD found the AMD group to have a reduced daily L/Z intake from food of 1.4 mg, which was not sufficient compared with the recommended amount of 10 mg/day for macular augmentation. 46 The study also found that the ability to cook hot meals significantly increased L/Z intake, suggesting that the lack of cooking facilities or skills reduced L/Z intake. The AMD group in this study also consumed significantly fewer calories per day, indicating the possibility of a lack of essential nutrients.…”
Section: Micronutrientsmentioning
confidence: 85%
“…Some studies have outlined the potential nutritional or dietary influences on AMD risk [7,[16][17][18][19]. Data emerging from the Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS), advocates a healthy diet with supplementation of zinc, lutein/zeaxanthin and vitamins C and E, as an effective strategy for reducing AMD progression from its early to visually-disabling late stage [16].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have reported that people with visual impairment (VI) do not consume enough dairy products, meats and wholegrains (1) and do not consider the nutritional value of food before purchase (2,3) . It has been reported that people with macular degeneration in the UK do not consume the recommended daily amounts of nutrients for their age group (3) .…”
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“…Previous studies have reported that people with visual impairment (VI) do not consume enough dairy products, meats and wholegrains (1) and do not consider the nutritional value of food before purchase (2,3) . It has been reported that people with macular degeneration in the UK do not consume the recommended daily amounts of nutrients for their age group (3) . It has also been reported that those with ocular conditions such as macular degeneration and glaucoma do not have nutritious diets and are unsure about what foods they should consume to maintain optimal eye health (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13) .…”
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