Dr. Louisa Chung Ming-yan
Dr Louisa Chung is currently the Assistant Professor of Department of Health and Physical Education at the Education University of Hong Kong. She is a Registered Nutritionist of Association for Nutrition (UK) with ten years’ experience in weight management and physical fitness projects. Her academic qualifications also extend to the area of information technology, business management, physical fitness, psychology and education. She has around 45 publications in peer-review journals. Her research interest includes eating habits, diet modification, exergames for health, physical fitness and nutrition assessment. She is the first to develop and implement the concept of teledietetics in dietary self-monitoring.
BSc in Food and Nutritional Science(1997)
Eating behaviour modification
Nutrition education and knowledge transfer
Physical fitness assessment in the community
Exergaming for health
Chung, L.M.Y. (2014). Fencing and Health. S. Fong, Martial arts for health: Translating research into practice (XXX-XXX). USA: OMICS Group eBooks.
Chung, L.M.Y., Chung, J.W.Y., Chan, R.K.W., So, H.C.F., & Wong, T.K.S. (2011). Health assessment protocol for adults aged 20-39. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Sports Medicine and Health Sciences Centre.
Chung, L.M.Y., Chung, J.W.Y., Chan, R.K.W., So, H.C.F., & Wong, T.K.S. (2011). Health assessment protocol for primary school students. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Sports Medicine and Health Sciences Centre.
Chung, L.M.Y., Fong, S.S.M., Law, Q.P.S. (2021). Younger adults are more likely to increase fruit and vegetable consumption and decrease sugar intake with the application of dietary monitoring. Nutrients, 13, 333-344.
Chung, L.M.Y., Law, P.S.Q., Fong, S.S.M (2020). Using physical food transformation to enhance the sensory approval of children with autism spectrum disorders for consuming fruits and vegetables. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 26(11), 1074-1079.
Chung, L.M.Y., Chung, J.W.Y., Chan, A.P.C. (2019). Building Healthy Eating Knowledge and Behavior: An Evaluation of Nutrition Education in a Skill Training Course for Construction Apprentices. International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health, 16, 4852-4865.
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