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Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops Implemented with Rural Hispanic Women

Description
Describes a pilot study investigating whether delivering Eat Healthy, Be Active (EHBA) workshops through promotoras is a practical and culturally relevant method for encouraging healthy lifestyle behaviors and reducing obesity among Hispanic women in rural areas of Washington state. Includes data and statistics, with information on changes in nutrition label literacy, food insecurity, health behaviors, and health status among participants.
Author(s)
Janeth I. Sanchez, Katherine J. Briant, Samantha Wu-Georges, et al.
Citation
BMC Women's Health, 21(24)
Date
01/2021
Type
Document
Tagged as
Food security and nutrition · Health literacy · Hispanic or Latino · Obesity and weight control · Physical activity · Statistics and data · Women · Washington