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A critical review of the psychosocial basis of food choice and identification of tools to effect positive food choice
Project Code: N09017
British Nutrition Foundation
Buttriss, J ; Stanner, S; McKevith, B; Nugent, A; Kelly, C; Phillips, F; Theobald, H
Effecting positive dietary change is one of the major health challenges facing government and health professionals and is likely to be influenced by an understanding of the factors that shape food choice. This project combines the expertise in critical evaluation and public health nutrition of the British Nutrition Foundation with the expertise in a range of aspects of food choice, public health and message delivery of an Advisory Group.
The project has comprised two strands: (i) a review of the major psychosocial factors that affect food choice and (ii) a critical appraisal of published intervention studies and identification of effective interventions and gaps in the evidence base). In the second strand, particular attention has been paid to study design, robustness of baseline data, robustness of data collection methods (particularly those relating to diet and dietary change) and evaluation techniques.
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