Tracking snacking in real time: Time to look at individualised patterns of behaviour
posted by Research Admin 1 on 29 July 2019
This research uses electronic diaries to track the snacking activities of participants, in order to uncover triggers for unhealthy eating behaviour. While trends are revealed, such as enhanced snacking activity in social settings, the personal contexts of individuals' behaviour lend themselves to tailored interventions.
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Allan, J., McMinn, D. and Powell, D. Tracking snacking in real time: Time to look at individualised patterns of behaviour. Nutrition and Health, July 26, 2019 [Epub ahead of print]