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- McNaughton, Sarah A, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- TheAmerican journal of clinical nutrition 2016 v.104 no.2 pp. 436-445
- behavior change; behavior modification; cost effectiveness; data collection; food purchasing; fruit consumption; fruit products; randomized clinical trials; sales; supermarkets; surveys; vegetable consumption; vegetables; women; Australia
- ... Background: Behavioral interventions show potential for promoting increased fruit and vegetable consumption in the general population. However, little is known about their effectiveness or cost-effectiveness among socioeconomically disadvantaged groups, who are less likely to consume adequate fruit and vegetables. Objective: This study investigated the effects and costs of a behavior change interv ...