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Carolina Batis

PhD in Nutrition, Epidemiology, 2013

Dissertation: Dietary Pattern Trajectories over Time and Diabetes among Chinese Adults

Advisor: Barry Popkin

Dr. Batis is currently a researcher at the Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica (National Institute of Public Health) in Mexico.

GFRP Publications

Food environment solutions for childhood obesity in Latin America and among Latinos living in the United States.
Authors: Ana Clara Duran, Melissa Mialon, Eric Crosbie, Melissa Lorena Jensen, Jennifer L. Harris, Carolina Batis, Camila Corvalán, Lindsey Smith Taillie
Published in: Obesity Reviews, June 21, 2021 view full text

The caloric and sugar content of beverages purchased at different store-types changed after the sugary drinks taxation in Mexico
Authors: Lilia S. Pedraza, Barry M. Popkin, Carolina Batis, Linda Adair, Whitney R. Robinson, David K. Guilkey, Lindsey S. Taillie
Published in: Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, November 12 2019 view full text

Do high vs. low purchasers respond differently to a nonessential energy-dense food tax? Two-year evaluation of Mexico’s 8% nonessential food tax
Authors: Lindsey S. Taillie, Juan A. Rivera, Barry M. Popkin, Carolina Batis
Published in: Preventive Medicine, July 17 2017 view full text

First-Year evaluation of Mexico’s tax on non-essential energy dense foods: An observational study
Authors: Carolina Batis, Juan A. Rivera, Barry M. Popkin, Lindsey S. Taillie
Published in: PLOS Medicine, July 2016 view full text

Food acculturation drives dietary differences among Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and Non-Hispanic Whites
Authors: Carolina Batis, Lucia Hernandez-Barrera, Simon Barquera, Juan A. Rivera, Barry M. Popkin
Published in: The Journal of Nutrition, October 2011 view full text