Promoting better family meals for girls attending summer programs


Show simple item record Rosenkranz, Richard R. Dzewaltowski, David A. 2009-03-27T15:51:56Z 2009-03-27T15:51:56Z 2009-03-27T15:51:56Z
dc.description.abstract Numerous cross-sectional studies and some longitudinal studies have identified the positive attributes and protective effects of the traditional family meal. Children and adolescents who frequently eat meals with their families are more likely to eat fruits & vegetables, less likely to consume fried foods, soda, or sweets, less likely to have disordered eating patterns, and less likely to be overweight. However, very few published reports evaluate programs designed to increase the frequency or quality of family meals. Therefore, the purpose of this program was to promote better family meals at home for girls attending a summer program by improving the girls’ food preparation skills, and abilities to be family change agents for more healthful family mealtimes. en
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dc.subject Family meals en
dc.subject Girls en
dc.subject Children en
dc.subject Parents en
dc.subject Nutrition en
dc.title Promoting better family meals for girls attending summer programs en
dc.type Article (author version) en 2009 en
dc.citation.epage 67 en
dc.citation.issue 1 en
dc.citation.jtitle Journal of nutrition education and behavior en
dc.citation.spage 65 en
dc.citation.volume 41 en
dc.contributor.authoreid dadx en
dc.contributor.authoreid ricardo en

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