1. Dietary intervention
studies examining the effect of
different dietitian-led practice-based dietary self-management education
programs, applicable for implementation in the clinic, compared to the routine
outpatient dietary education in Denmark on glycaemic control, other clinical
relevant metabolic outcomes, patient-reported outcomes and long-term dietary adherence
in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
2. Dietary adherence
and barriers in relation to dietary recommendations in patients with diabetes
and the Danish general population.
1. The Dietary Education Trial in Carbohydrate Counting (DIET-CARB Study): A randomized, parallel, open-label, intervention study comparing different approaches to dietary self-management in patients with type 1 diabetes
2. Effects of basic carbohydrate counting versus standard outpatient nutritional education: A randomized controlled trial focusing on HbA1c and glucose variability in patients with type 2 diabetes (The BCC Study)
3. Dietary habits and adherence to dietary recommendations in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes compared with the general population in Denmark. A cross-sectional study of 774 Danish patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
4. Non-adherence to established dietary guidelines associated with increased mortality. Copenhagen General Population Study.
Collaborators: Peter Marckmann, Jacob Louis Marrot, Peter Schnohr, Børge Nordestgaard.