Comparing acculturation models in evaluating dietary habits among low-income Hispanic women.

@article{Norman2004ComparingAM,
  title={Comparing acculturation models in evaluating dietary habits among low-income Hispanic women.},
  author={Sonya B Norman and Cynthia Castro and Cheryl Albright and Abby King},
  journal={Ethnicity & disease},
  year={2004},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={399-404}
}
OBJECTIVES Studies have demonstrated that Hispanic women in the United States who are more acculturated tend to consume fewer fruits and vegetables, and more fat, compared to less acculturated women. However, some studies have found an opposite trend. Such discrepancies could be caused by inconsistencies in the assessment of acculturation. The goal of the current study was to determine whether different methods of defining acculturation could identify dietary fat use practices among Hispanic… CONTINUE READING
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