Hedonism as a predictor of attitudes of young French women towards meat

@article{Audebert2006HedonismAA,
  title={Hedonism as a predictor of attitudes of young French women towards meat},
  author={Olivier Audebert and V. Deiss and S. Rousset},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2006},
  volume={46},
  pages={239-247}
}
Iron-deficient young women who are at risk of anaemia should be advised to eat red meat, a good food source of iron. However, red meat is known to elicit negative attitudes among young women, which could lead to low meat consumption. Several factors can contribute to meat attitudes. We therefore hypothesised that a good predictor of attitudes towards meat could be a positive affective component, for example, the pleasure of eating meat. In our study, 77 women with a mean age of 30.5 were… Expand
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