Randomized controlled trial lifestyle interventions for Asian Americans: a systematic review.

  title={Randomized controlled trial lifestyle interventions for Asian Americans: a systematic review.},
  author={Melinda Sarmiento Bender and Jiwon Choi and Gloria Y Won and Yoshimi Fukuoka},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
OBJECTIVE Asian Americans are the fastest-growing race in the United States. However, they are largely underrepresented in health research, particularly in lifestyle interventions. A systematic review was conducted to analyze the characteristics and quality of lifestyle intervention literature promoting changes in physical activity (PA), diet, and/or weight management targeting Asian Americans. METHOD A systematic electronic database search identified randomized controlled clinical trials… CONTINUE READING
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