Published Researchs

Lower habitual Intake of grains and protein groups associated with increasing the disease risk among Jordanians: A cross-sectional population-based studyClinical Epidemiology and Global HealthNutrition2024  Visit URL
Habitual food consumption, eating behavior and meal-timing among Jordanian adults with elevated Blood pressure: a cross-sectional population-based studyBlood PressureNutrition and Dietetics 2024  Visit URL
Association between dietary fatty acid patterns and obesity indices in Jordanian adults: A cross-sectional study HeliyonFood consumption and obesity2023  Visit URL
Are online and face-to-face questionnaires equally valid and reliable methods of assessing preconception care?Quality & QuantityNutrition and Public Health2023  Visit URL
Dietary fat types consumption association with obesity and coronary indicesJournal of Nutritional ScienceAnthropometric assessment with food consumption2023  Visit URL
Jordan’s Population-Based Food Consumption Survey: Protocol for Design and DevelopmentJMIR Res ProtocProtocol of Nutritional Assessment2023  Visit URL
Energy and macronutrient intakes in Jordan-a population studyScientific ReportsFood Consumption2023  Visit URL
Are There Any Correlations between Vitamin D, Calcium, and Magnesium Intake and Coronary and Obesity Indices?Journal of the American Nutrition AssociationNutrition2023  Visit URL
Food consumption and adherence to dietary guidelines among Jordanian children and adolescentsF1000researchNutrition2023  Visit URL
The use of prognostic nutritional index (PNI) and selected inflammatory indicators for predicting malnutrition in COVID-19 patients: A retrospective studyJournal of Infection and Public HealthMalnutrition Assessment of COVID-19 Hospitalized Patients2023  Visit URL
The impact of energy releasing B-vitamin intake on indices of obesity and cardiac function: a cross-sectional studyF1000ResearchDietary and anthropometric assessment2023  Visit URL
The Novelty of using Obesity Indices as Blood Pressure Predictors.Current Hypertension ReviewsNutrition and Dietetics 2023  Visit URL
Do macronutrient intakes affect obesity indices in Jordanian adults?American Journal of Human BiologyAnthropometric assessment with food consumption2023  Visit URL
Food Insecurity, Dietary Diversity, and Coping Strategies in Jordan during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional StudyNutrients Food Science2022  Visit URL
Clinical characteristics and outcomes of COVID-19 diabetic versus non-diabetic patients: A retrospective comparative studyNutrition and Healthy AgingDiabetes2022  Visit URL
Assessing metabolic syndrome prediction quality using seven anthropometric indices among Jordanian adults: a cross-sectional studyscientific reportsAnthropometric assessment with metabolic syndrome2022  Visit URL
Using inflammatory indices for assessing malnutrition among COVID-19 patients: A single-center retrospective studyJournal of Infection and Public HealthNutrition2022  Visit URL
Obesity Measures as Predictors of Type 2 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases among the Jordanian Population: A Cross-Sectional StudyInt. J. Environ. Res. Public HealthNutritional Assessment and Therapeutic Nutrition2021  Visit URL
Nutritional Status of Pre-school Children and Determinant Factors of Autism: A Case-Control StudyFrontiers in NutritionNutritional assessment2021  Visit URL
The ratio of eicosapentaenoic acid to docosahexaenoic acid as a modulator for the cardio-metabolic effects of omega-3 supplements: A meta-regression of randomized clinical trialsComplementary Therapies in MedicineHuman nutrition2021  Visit URL
Health-Risk Behaviors and Dietary Patterns Among Jordanian College Students: A Pilot StudyFrontiers in NutritionClinical Nutrition2021  Visit URL
Survival of Escherichia coli O157:H7 during fermentation and storage of plain and spiced Ayran Journal of Hygienic Engineering and DesignFood microbiology2019  Visit URL
Vitamin D deficiency among Jordanian university students and employeesNutrition & Food ScienceHealth & Clinical Nutrition2015  Visit URL
Predictors of Metabolic Syndrome among Employees: A Study from JordanFood and Nutrition SciencesNutrition Science2012  Visit URL