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Phaseolus beans: impact of glycemic response and chronic disease risk in humans.
Hutchins AM, Winham DM. British Journal of Nutrition. Special Issue on Pulse Nutrition and Health. 2012;108: S52-S65.
Growth status of low-income Mexican and Mexican-American elementary school children.
Winham DM. American Journal of Human Biology. 2012;24:690-695.
Community supported agriculture membership: characterizing food and sustainability behaviors.
Macmillan AL (graduate student), Winham DM, Wharton CM. Appetite. 2012;59:431-436.
Traditional bean and rice meals reduce postprandial glycemia in adults with type 2 diabetes.
Thompson SV (graduate student), Winham DM, Hutchins AM. Nutrition Journal. 2012. DOI: 10.1186/1475-2891-11-23.
Winham DM. Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health. Ed. James M. Rippe, MD. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE, 2012:1599-603. SAGE Reference Online Web.
High school journalists write about nutrition and physical activity.
Hampl JS, Winham DM, Wharton CM. Infant, Child, & Adolescent Nutrition. 2012;4:93-100
Perceptions of flatulence from bean consumption among adults.
Winham DM, Hutchins AM. Nutrition Journal. 2011, 10:128. DOI: 10.1186/1475-2891-10-128.
Non-soy legume consumption lowers cholesterol levels: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Bazzano LA, Tees MT, Winham DM. Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases. 2011;21:94–103.
Hispanic women in EFNEP have low adherence with dietary guidelines regardless of acculturation level.
Winham DM, Armstrong Florian TL. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. 2010;5:498-509.
Culturally tailored foods and cardiovascular disease prevention.
Winham DM. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. 2009;3:64S-68S.
Dietary intake, characteristics, and attitudes of self-reported low-carbohydrate dieters.
Winham DM, Collins CB Hutchins AM. Canadian Journal of Dietetics and Research Practice. 2009;70:44-47.
Beans and good health: Compelling research earns beans expanded roles in dietary guidance.
Winham D, Webb D, Marr L, Barr A. Nutrition Today. 2008;43:201-209.
Adolescents report television characters do not influence their self-perceptions of body image, clothing choices, or food habits.
Winham D, Hampl JS. Young Consumers. 2008;9:121-130.
Pinto bean, navy bean and black-eye pea consumption do not significantly lower the glycemic response to a high glycemic index treatment in normoglycemic adults.
Winham DM, Hutchins AM, Melde CL. Nutrition Research. 2007;27:535-541.
Pinto bean consumption reduces biomarkers for heart disease risk.
Winham DM, Hutchins AM, Johnston CS. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. 2007;26:243-249.
Baked bean consumption reduces serum cholesterol in hypercholesterolemic adults.
Winham DM, Hutchins AM. Nutrition Research. 2007;27:380-386.
Behavioral, environmental, metabolic and environmental components of early life undernutrition leading to later obesity in developing nations and in minority groups in the USA.
Varela-Silva MIO, Frisancho AR, Bogin B, Chatkoff D, Smith P, Dickinson F, Winham D. Collegium Antropologicum. 2007;31:39-46.
Maternal weight gain is associated with infant insulin concentrations during the first year of life.
Winham DM, Johnston CS, Rhoda KM [Research Letter]. Diabetes Care. 2006;29:949.
Overweight in urban, low-income, African American and Hispanic children attending Los Angeles elementary schools: research stimulating action.
Slusser WM, Cumberland WG, Browdy BL, Winham DM, Neumann CG. Public Health Nutrition. 2005;8:141-148.
Primetime television impacts adolescents’ impressions of body weight, sex appeal, and food and beverage consumption.
Hampl JS, Wharton CM, Taylor CA, Winham DM, Block JA, Hall R. Nutrition Bulletin. 2004;29:92-98.
Anemia and infection in school aged Egyptian children.
Winham DM, Harrison GG, Galal OM, El Tobgui M. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 2004;43:29-40.
Development of a Spanish-language version of the US Household Food Security Module.
Harrison GG, Stormer A, Herman D, Winham DM. Journal of Nutrition. 2003;135:1192-1197.
PCs or paper-and-pencil: Online surveys for data collection.
Wharton CM, Hampl JS, Hall R, Winham DM. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2003;103:1458-1460.