Nutritional interventions for optimizing healthy body composition in older adults in the community: A protocol for an umbrella review of studies of effectiveness and qualitative perceptions and experiences

  • T.J. S
  • P. R
  • R. W
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Abstract

What is the effectiveness of nutritional interventions for optimizing healthy body composition in older adults living in the community, and what are these people’s qualitative perceptions and experiences?

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  • aging
  • article
  • body composition
  • body mass
  • body weight
  • bone mass
  • bone mineral
  • community care
  • diet
  • diet supplementation
  • dietary intake
  • exercise
  • fat mass
  • feeding behavior
  • frail elderly
  • human
  • hydration
  • lean body weight
  • malnutrition
  • meta analysis (topic)
  • nutritional counseling
  • nutritional status
  • sarcopenia
  • soft tissue
  • systematic review (topic)

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Authors

  • Schultz T.J.

  • Roupas P.

  • Wiechula R.

  • Krause D.

  • Gravier S.

  • Kitson A.

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