Prevalence and correlates of dieting in college women: a cross sectional study Full Text
International Journal of Women's Health, 08/20/2012
Fayet F et al. – Despite the widespread availability of nutrition information, there is incongruity in measured and perceived body mass index (BMI) in young educated women. Dieting practices and BMI are associated with restraint and disinhibition. Nutrition professionals should consider educating college women about healthy body weight regardless of their clients’ BMI.