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Jennifer Meengs
Jennifer Meengs
Instructor of Foods Lab
Department
  • Nutritional Sciences - NUTR
Education
  • M.S., The Pennsylvania State University, 2011
Professional Credentials

MS, RD

Publications
  • Rolls, B., Roe, L., Meengs, J. (2003). Salad and satiety: Do portion size and energy density of a first course affect lunch intake? Obesity Research, 11 (September Suppl), A22.

  • Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S. (2004). Reducing the energy density and portion size of foods decreases energy intake over two days. Obesity Research, 12, A5.

  • Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S. (2005). The effect of increased portion size on energy intake is sustained for 11 days. Obesity Research, 13, A36.

  • Rolls, B., Meengs, J., Halverson, K., Roe, L. (2006). Does using a smaller plate at a meal reduce energy intake? Obesity, 14 (9) Sept. Suppl., A93.

  • Rolls, B.J., Roe, L.S., Meengs, J.S. (2008). Does filling half the plate with vegetables moderate energy intake? Obesity, 16:S154.

  • Meengs, J.S., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2009). Does adding vegetables to a meal moderate energy intake? Obesity: 17 (Suppl. 2):S138-S139.

  • Rolls, B.J, Meengs, J.S., Roe, L.S. (2010). Does increasing the variety of vegetables served at a meal influence vegetable intake? Appetite; 54:672.

  • Rolls, B.J, Roe L.S., Meengs, J.S. (2010). Does the timing of consumption of a low-energy-dense food influence meal energy intake? Appetite; 54:672.

  • Meengs, J.S., Roe, L.S., Rolls, B.J. (2012). Vegetable variety: an effective strategy to increase vegetable intake in adults. J Acad Nutr Diet; 112(8):1211-5.