Intuitive Eating Intervention and Diet Quality in Adults: A Systematic Literature ReviewIntuitive eating interventions aim to improve individual health and promote sustainable changes to one's relationship with food. However, there is no evidence-based consensus on the impact of intuitive eating interventions on diet quality. This systematic review aimed to investigate intuitive eating interventions and their impact on diet quality.
Association of Dietary Diversity With Growth Outcomes in Infants and Children Aged Under 5 Years: A Systematic ReviewThis study aimed to present an overview of the association between dietary diversity (DDiv) and growth outcomes (stunting, wasting, and underweight) in children aged < 5 years.
Effectiveness of Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program in Changing Nutrition-Related Outcomes Among Adults With Low Income: A Systematic ReviewTo review the effect of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) in changing nutrition-related outcomes.
A Systematic Review of Psychosocial Nutrition Interventions for Young AdultsFew have examined the effects of psychosocial nutrition interventions targeting young adults, a population with low fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption. This study investigated the impact of nutrition interventions with psychosocial content on improving young adult FV intake.
Family Meal Frequency, Diet, and Family Functioning: A Systematic Review With Meta-analysesTo examine the direction and magnitude of the relation between family meal frequency and dietary and family functioning outcomes in children (aged 2–18 years).
Simulation-Based Learning Experiences in Dietetics Programs: A Systematic ReviewSimulation-based learning experiences (SBLEs) are widely used in education for health professionals, but this literature has not yet been synthesized for dietetics. The aim of this study was to describe presupervised practice SBLEs using simulated patients within programs credentialing dietitians.
Supporting Engagement, Adherence, and Behavior Change in Online Dietary InterventionsPoor diet is a leading cause of death and disease globally. This epidemic requires effective and accessible interventions to stop the increasing number of diet-related deaths and the health and economic impacts of diet-related disease. Online interventions provide flexibility and accessibility. With the ubiquitous use of smartphones, they can be intertwined with daily activities such as shopping and eating. The aim of this review is to determine what features and behavior change techniques employed in online dietary interventions for adult populations promoting dietary behavior change.
Physical Activity Among Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisTo examine the proportion of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) meeting recommended physical activity guidelines for Americans (PAG) and determine differences in physical activity (PA) by sex and between NHPI and Asians when data are disaggregated.
Key Characteristics of Public Health Interventions Aimed at Increasing Whole Grain Intake: A Systematic ReviewTo identify characteristics of successful public health interventions aimed at increasing whole grain consumption.
Impact of Cooking and Home Food Preparation Interventions Among Adults: A Systematic Review (2011–2016)To update a review of the impact of interventions for adults that included a cooking component on diet, health, and psychosocial outcomes.
Factors Influencing Efficacy of Nutrition Education Interventions: A Systematic ReviewTo examine systematically factors that contribute to the efficacy of nutrition education interventions in promoting behavior change for good health based on their stated objective. In a departure from previous reviews, the researchers investigated factors that lead to success of various types of interventions. Critical analysis of these factors constituted the outcome of this review.
A Systematic Review of the Impact of Multi-Strategy Nutrition Education Programs on Health and Nutrition of AdolescentsTo update evidence on the impact of multi-strategy nutrition education interventions on adolescents' health and nutrition outcomes and behaviors.
Grocery Store (or Supermarket) Tours as an Effective Nutrition Education Medium: A Systematic ReviewTo evaluate evidence regarding grocery store tours as an effective nutrition education medium for improving nutrition knowledge and food-related behaviors.
The Effect of the Mediterranean Diet on Hypertension: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisThe adoption of a Mediterranean diet (MD) pattern of eating is often described as a strategy to help prevent or manage hypertension. However, this dietary regimen has not been reviewed systematically for its efficacy against hypertension. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of interventions of at least 1 year duration on blood pressure (BP) values through a systematic review and meta-analysis. The focus was on interventions comparing an MD with a low-fat diet.
A Systematic Review of Data Collection Techniques Used to Measure Preschool Children’s Knowledge of Food and NutritionTo identify and review data collection techniques used to measure preschool children’s knowledge of food and nutrition.
Impact of Non-Diet Approaches on Attitudes, Behaviors, and Health Outcomes: A Systematic ReviewTo determine the overall effect of non-diet, weight-neutral interventions on factors such as weight, biochemical measures, food and activity behavior, body image, and mental health.
Influence of Behavioral Theory on Fruit and Vegetable Intervention Effectiveness Among Children: A Meta-AnalysisTo test the hypotheses that interventions clearly based on theory, multiple theories, or a formal intervention planning process will be more effective in changing fruit and vegetable consumption among children than interventions with no behavioral theoretical foundation.
Impact of Cooking and Home Food Preparation Interventions Among Adults: Outcomes and Implications for Future ProgramsCooking programs are growing in popularity; however, an extensive review has not examined their overall impact. Therefore, this study reviewed previous research on cooking/home food preparation interventions and diet and health-related outcomes among adults and identified implications for practice and research.
Dietary Interventions and Quality of Life: A Systematic Review of the LiteratureTo systematically review the literature to examine whether there has been adequate assessment of the effects of dietary intervention on quality of life (QOL) independent of weight loss, assess which instruments are being used to measure nutrition-related QOL, identify gaps in the literature, and suggest future directions.
A Review of Associations Between Family or Shared Meal Frequency and Dietary and Weight Status Outcomes Across the LifespanTo summarize the research literature on associations between family meal frequency and dietary outcomes as well as weight status across the lifespan.
Psychosocial Measures Used to Assess the Effectiveness of School-based Nutrition Education Programs: Review and Analysis of Self-report Instruments for Children 8 to 12 Years OldTo identify the psychometric properties of evaluation instruments that measure mediators of dietary behaviors in school-aged children.
Systematic Review of Dietary Interventions With College Students: Directions for Future Research and PracticeTo clarify directions for research and practice, research literature evaluating nutrition and dietary interventions in college and university settings was reviewed.
How People Interpret Healthy Eating: Contributions of Qualitative ResearchTo identify how qualitative research has contributed to understanding the ways people in developed countries interpret healthy eating.
Systematic Literature Review of Randomized Control Trials Assessing the Effectiveness of Nutrition Interventions in Community-Dwelling Older AdultsNutrition interventions may play an important role in maintaining the health and quality of life in community-dwelling older adults. To the authors' knowledge, no systematic literature review has been conducted on the effectiveness of nutrition interventions in the community-dwelling older adult population.
The Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Online Credit Nutrition Courses: A Systematic ReviewTo assess how postsecondary online nutrition education courses (ONEC) are delivered, determine ONEC effectiveness, identify theoretical models used, and identify future research needs.