Mediating factors in dietary change: understanding the impact of a worksite nutrition intervention.

@article{Kristal2000MediatingFI,
  title={Mediating factors in dietary change: understanding the impact of a worksite nutrition intervention.},
  author={Alan Kristal and Karen Glanz and Barbara C. Tilley and Sue X Li},
  journal={Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education},
  year={2000},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={112-25}
}
This report, based on 1,795 participants in the Next Step Trial, examines how a dietary intervention program affected mediating factors for dietary change. The model tested whether intervention increased predisposing (skills, knowledge, and beliefs) and enabling (social support and norms) factors for change and advanced participants into action and maintenance stages of change. The intervention significantly increased both predisposing factors for dietary change and the likelihood of moving… CONTINUE READING

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