James L Hargrove
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Associate Professor Emeritus
Research interests include health benefits of muscadine grapes and pecans, as well as computer-based modeling of change over time. Dr. Hargrove is not currently conducting laboratory research.
As an emeritus faculty member, Dr. Hargrove has no teaching responsibilities and is finishing his last graduate committee assignment.
Areas of Expertise
Computer-assisted modeling in nutrition as related to time courses of change after interventions.
Hargrove, James L. The Plateau Principle: Key to Diet and Exercise. 2013, Charleston, SC, CreateSpace Publishing. ISBN10: 1492727911, 152 pages.
Hargrove, James L., Diane K. Hartle and Phillip Greenspan. Health Benefits of Pecans. 2013, Charleston, SC, CreateSpace Publishing. ISBN13: 978-1479318728, 81 pages.
Hargrove, James L. Hell's Angels Bombardier: Evasion and Escape from Occupied France (Memoir of Captain Walter Hargrove). 2013, Charleston, SC, CreateSpace Publishing. ISBN10: 1490373594, 145 pages
Hargrove, James L. The Oyster King. The Man Who Bought Saint George Island. 2013, Charleston, SC, CreateSpace Publishing. ISBN10: 1483961044, 168 pages.
Ma Y, Kerr WL, Swanson RB, Hargrove JL, Pegg RB. Peanut skins-fortified peanut butters: Effect of processing on the phenolics content, fibre content and antioxidant activity. Food Chem. 2014 Feb 15;145:883-91. doi: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2013.08.125. Epub 2013 Sep 7. PubMed PMID: 24128560.
Ma, Yuanyuan; Kerr, William L.; Cavender, George A.; Swanson, Ruthann B.; Hargrove, James L.; Pegg, Ronald B. Effect of Peanut Skin Incorporation on the Color, Texture and Total Phenolics Content of Peanut Butters. JOURNAL OF FOOD PROCESS ENGINEERING Volume: 36 Issue: 3 Pages: 316-328 DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-4530.2012.00693.x