Lisa Maria Garnweidner

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OBJECTIVE to explore experiences with nutrition-related information during routine antenatal care among women of different ethnical backgrounds. DESIGN individual interviews with seventeen participants were conducted twice during pregnancy. Data collection and analysis were inspired by an interpretative phenomenological approach. SETTING participants(More)
This article explores the early phase of dietary acculturation after migration. South Asian, African and Middle Eastern women (N = 21) living in Norway were interviewed about their early experiences with food in a new context. The findings pointed to abrupt changes in food habits in the first period after migration. To various degrees, women reported(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore how female immigrants from Africa and Asia perceive the host country's food culture, to identify aspects of their original food culture they considered important to preserve, and to describe how they go about preserving them. DESIGN Qualitative in-depth interviews. SETTING Oslo, Norway. PARTICIPANTS Twenty one female immigrants(More)
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