Which food-related behaviours are associated with healthier intakes of fruits and vegetables among women?

  title={Which food-related behaviours are associated with healthier intakes of fruits and vegetables among women?},
  author={David Andrew Crawford and Kylie Ball and Gita Devi Mishra and Jo A Salmon and Anna Timperio},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={10 3},
OBJECTIVE To examine associations between shopping, food preparation, meal and eating behaviours and fruit and vegetable intake among women. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey. SETTING Community-based sample from metropolitan Melbourne, Australia. SUBJECTS A sample of 1136 women aged 18-65 years, randomly selected from the electoral roll. RESULTS Food-related behaviours reflecting organisation and forward-planning, as well as enjoyment of and high perceived value of meal shopping… CONTINUE READING
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