Psychosocial determinants of fruit and vegetable intake in adult population: a systematic review

  title={Psychosocial determinants of fruit and vegetable intake in adult population: a systematic review},
  author={Laurence Guillaumie and Gaston Godin and Lydi-Anne V{\'e}zina-Im},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
BACKGROUND Accumulating evidence suggests that fruit and vegetable intake (FVI) plays a protective role against major diseases. Despite this protective role and the obesity pandemic context, populations in Western countries usually eat far less than five servings of fruits and vegetables per day. In order to increase the efficiency of interventions, they should be tailored to the most important determinants or mediators of FVI. The objective was to systematically review social cognitive theory… CONTINUE READING
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