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Food Pantries Integrating Eating Competence, Interest/Enjoyment in Physical Activity and Self-Efficacy for Pantry Participants

Published:November 14, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2019.10.003
      Those with low socioeconomic status who visit food pantries are also at increased risk for nutrition-related health issues, so food pantry participation represents an entry point for nutrition education.

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      Messages need to be feasible and include sustainable suggestions sensitive to the needs of food pantry participants. The Whole Body Approach (WBA), a health promotion, nondiet program for adults who are low income, was developed by the Northern Illinois Food Bank and Northern Illinois University to address this need.
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