Developing an instrument to measure the influence of knowledge, behaviors, and attitudes on milk consumption patterns in older participants of a community wellness group: a pilot study.

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An instrument was developed to assess the relationship between knowledge of dairy products and milk consumption in participants of a community wellness program (age = 50 to 89; n = 103). Multiple regression analyses indicated that consumption of lower fat milk was predicted by nutrition knowledge and trying to reduce fat intake (R2 = .19, p < or = .0001… (More)

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@article{Elbon1996DevelopingAI, title={Developing an instrument to measure the influence of knowledge, behaviors, and attitudes on milk consumption patterns in older participants of a community wellness group: a pilot study.}, author={Suzanne Elbon and M. A. Johnson and Julia Fischer}, journal={Journal of nutrition for the elderly}, year={1996}, volume={15 4}, pages={21-37} }