DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2017.07.069
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Abstract: patients was re-audited 6 months after the introduction of the late evening snack round to evaluate its impact. Carbohydrate content of food and drink were analysed using manufacturer's labels or a carbohydrate database [5]. The audit included 26 participant contacts pre and post-snack round. After introducing a late evening snack round the number of participants consuming !50g of carbohydrate increased, however, 50% still did not achieve this target. The mean total carbohydrate intake more than doubled and th… Show more

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