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Leroy, Frédéric, Adele H. Hite & Pablo Gregorini. [Accepted]. Livestock in evolving foodscapes and thoughtscapes. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 

Leroy, Frédéric & Adele H. Hite. [Accepted]. The place of meat in dietary policy: an exploration of the animal/plant divide. Meat and Muscle Biology. 

Hite Adele H. [In publication]. A critical perspective on “diet-related” diseases. American Anthropologist. 

The Nutrire CoLab (Diana Burnett; Megan A. Carney; Lauren Carruth; Sarah Chard; Maggie Dickinson; Alyshia Gálvez; Hanna Garth; Jessica Hardin; Adele Hite; Heather Howard; Lenore Manderson; Emily Mendenhall; Abril Saldaña-Tejeda; Dana Simmons; Natali Valdez; Emily Vasquez; Megan Warin; Emily Yates-Doerr). Anthropologists respond to The Lancet EAT Commission. Bionatura, 5(1).

Hite, A. H.  Food and “Trumpism”: How a farm crisis, food stamps, and a fat-free diet foreshadowed a Trump victory. [In press]. In D. Chansky (Ed.), Conversations with Food. Wilmington, Delaware: Vernon Press.


Hite, A.H. & Carter, A.  (2019). Examining assumptions in science-based policy: Critical health communication, stasis theory and public health nutrition guidance. Rhetoric of Health & Medicine, 2(2), 147-175.


Hite, A.H. (2018). Nutritional epidemiology of chronic disease and defining “healthy diet.” Global Food History 4(2), 207-225.

Hite, Adele H. & Sean Mark (2018). Jumping out of the nutrition system. Journal of Evolution and Health, 2(3), article 5. 


Hite, A.H. (2017). Beyond ‘good nutrition’: The ethical implications of public health nutrition policy. In A.B. Hoflund, M. Pautz, & J. Jones (Eds.), The intersection of food and public health: Examining current challenges and solutions in policy and politics (pp. 181-198). New York, NY: Routledge 


Hite, Adele H. (2017). The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans: Irrelevant or alarming? Or both? Journal of Evolution and Health, 2(1), article 14. 

Cohen, E., Cragg, M., deFonseka, J., Hite A.H., Rosenberg M., & Zhou, B. (2015). Statistical review of US macronutrient consumption data, 1965-2011: Americans have been following dietary guidelines, coincident with the rise in obesity. Nutrition 31(5), 727-732. 


Broad, G. & Hite A.H. (2014). Nutrition troubles.  Gastronomica 14(3), 5-16. 


Hayes-Conroy, J., Hite, A.H., Klein, K., Biltekoff, C., & Kimura, A. (2014).  Doing nutrition differently.  Gastronomica 14(3), 56-66.


Hite, A. H., Berkowitz, V.G., & Berkowitz, K. (2011).  Low-carbohydrate diet review: Shifting the paradigm. Nutrition in Clinical Practice 26(3), 300-8.


Hite, A. H., Feinman, R.D., Guzman, G.E., Satin, M., Schoenfeld, P.A., & Wood, R.J.  (2010). In the face of contradictory evidence: Report of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans Committee. Nutrition 26(10), 915-24.


Hite, Adele H.  (2013).  Food frequency questionnaires: Small associations and large errors.  Nutrition, 29, 925-6. 


Hite, Adele H. & Michael Meguid.  (2011).  Destined for greater obesity. Nutrition, 27, 1078-9.


Hite, Adele H. & Daisy Zamora. (2011).  Low-carbohydrate diet scores and risk of type 2 diabetes in men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 94, 611.


Hite Adele H. (2011). Questioning population strategies to reduce sodium intake: What is the goal? Nutrition, 27, 390-1. 


Hite Adele H. (2011). Is the science behind the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans "unquestioned”?  Nutrition, 27, 385-6. 

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