Nutrition Education and Physical Activity Program for Food Pantry Patrons
Manju Daniel, PhD, MSN, APN, FNP-BC, School of Nursing, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois, USA; Priyanka Ghosh Roy, PhD, RDN, School of Health Studies, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA
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Food insecurity and sedentary lifestyle are associated with long-term poor health outcomes and preventable chronic diseases. More than 80% adults of all races fail to meet these recommended physical activity guidelines in the United States. Lifestyle modification with eating healthy and physical activity is crucial for prevention of chronic diseases.
30th International Nursing Research Congress: Theory-to-Practice: Catalyzing Collaborations to Connect Globally. Held 25-29 July 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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|Keywords||Food Pantry Patrons;
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|Name||30th International Nursing Research Congress|
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|Location||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
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Impact of motivational workshops on lifestyle modification to increase physical activity Singh, Gagandeep; Daniel, Manju N.; Crutchfield, Courtney (2017-06-22)Background: More than 68% of the people in all racial categories in the United States are either overweight (BMI 25-29.9) or obese (BMI 30+). Overweight and obesity are two significant risk factors for type 2 diabetes ...
Utilization of smart phones for increasing lifestyle physical activity in South Asian Indian immigrant women Daniel, Manju N.; Singh, Gagandeep (2018-06-08)Approximately 50% of the midlife South Asian Indian immigrant women fail to meet the recommended physical activity guidelines. Therefore, it is important to explore the innovative strategies that could motivate South Asian ...
Motives and barriers to lifestyle physical activity in midlife South Asian Indian immigrant women Daniel, Manju N.; Abendroth, Maryann; Erlen, Judith A. (2016-07-13)Session presented on Saturday, July 23, 2016: Background: Lifestyle physical activity (i.e. planned/unplanned leisure, occupational or household activities) is vital to reduce the risk of chronic illness such as cardiovascular ...
Reducing the intake of red and processed meats in food pantry consumers Lehr, Lisa J.; Hannan, JeannieBackground: Nutrition interventions prevent chronic disease and improve health outcomes. Often, these affect socioeconomically advantaged populations disproportionately, widening the gap in health disparities. Of the ...
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