Poor nutrition in young adulthood can increase risk of obesity, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes in mid- and later life. Targeted nutrition programs for young adults are essential to reduce the burden of chronic disease in the U.S. over the next several decades. This research brief describes a successful healthy food marketing strategy that was used at Syracuse University to promote healthy food purchasing among college students.
advertising, college students, diet
Applied Behavior Analysis | Public Health Education and Promotion
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Spera, Stephanie, "Targeted Advertising Can Increase Healthy Food Choices Among College Students" (2019). Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series. 99.
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