Changes in accessibility and preferences predict children's future fruit and vegetable intake

Abstract

BACKGROUND Most children eat fewer fruits and vegetables than recommended. To be able to design effective interventions, understanding the aetiology of the behaviour is important. Accessibility and preferences have shown to be strong correlates of fruit and vegetable intake in several cross-sectional studies. The aim of this study was to identify predictors… (More)

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