Online and In-Person Nutrition Education Improves Breakfast Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors

Online and In-Person Nutrition Education Improves Breakfast Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviors

Authors: Lauren E. Au, PhD, RD; Shannon Whaley, PhD; Nila J. Rosen, MPH; Martha Meza; Lorrene D. Ritchie, PhD, RD.
Video: Lauren Au, PhD, RD, reports on a study of WIC participants that demonstrated that both online and in-person group education are effective in helping parents reduce breakfast-skipping and improve other breakfast-related nutritional knowledge and benefits, which could potentially lead to sustained behavior change in this population.
(DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2015.10.012)

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