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Liquid Meal Replacement vs Traditional Food

A Potential Model for Women Who Cannot Maintain Eating Habit Change
  • DANA Q ROTHACKER
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    Address correspondences to: Dana Q. Rothacker, PhD, SDA Enterprises, 99 Main St, Matawan, NJ 07747.
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    D. Q. Rothacker, P. K. Ellis, and B. A. Staniszewski are consultants at SDA Enterprises, Matawan, NJ. At the time the study was conducted, B. A. Staniszewski was a clinical investigator at Clinical Research Labs, Piscataway, NJ, USA
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  • BETE A STANISZEWSKI
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    D. Q. Rothacker, P. K. Ellis, and B. A. Staniszewski are consultants at SDA Enterprises, Matawan, NJ. At the time the study was conducted, B. A. Staniszewski was a clinical investigator at Clinical Research Labs, Piscataway, NJ, USA
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  • PETER K ELLIS
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    D. Q. Rothacker, P. K. Ellis, and B. A. Staniszewski are consultants at SDA Enterprises, Matawan, NJ. At the time the study was conducted, B. A. Staniszewski was a clinical investigator at Clinical Research Labs, Piscataway, NJ, USA
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