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Eating competence may lower risk of heart disease
Date:9/18/2007

to reach a more comprehensive conclusion.

"What we have shown with this research is that we now have an instrument to measure eating competence. We are developing a curriculum that we are going to test until we know it instills eating competence," said Lohse, whose findings appear in the current issue (September/October) in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. The journal has published a special section on the ecSatter eating competence model and studies evaluating its effectiveness.

Such a curriculum, the Penn State researcher said, might provide a viable successful option to encourage eating behaviors that we know are associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease. The journals special section is partially funded by Penn States Department of Nutritional Sciences and College of Health and Human Development and the Sunflower Foundation.


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Contact: Amitabh Avasthi
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