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Adherence to a Mediterranean Diet in a Rural Appalachian Food Desert

Description
Describes predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling factors that affect eating a Mediterranean diet in a rural Appalachian food desert in Kentucky. Includes study participant characteristics, such a age, education, and household income.
Author(s)
Frances Hardin-Fanning
Citation
Rural and Remote Health, 13, 2293
Date
01/2013
Type
Document
Tagged as
Appalachia · Cardiovascular disease · Food security and nutrition · Population health · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Kentucky