Dietary Beliefs & Obesity Prevention Behaviors of Chinese Americans
on the East and West Coasts

by
Doreen Liou

[October 20, 2017]

6PM to 8PM

25 West 43rd Street, Room 1000
between 5th & 6th Avenues, Manhattan
 

 

The obesity epidemic is a widely recognized global health issue affecting all races and ethnic groups including Chinese Americans. A survey research study was conducted to explore the dietary beliefs and obesity prevention behaviors of Chinese Americans in the New York and Los Angeles county regions. A multi-state approach was used to compare East versus West coast participants on psychosocial determinants of behaviors conducive for the prevention of obesity.  Practical and Insightful nutrition recommendations to reduce obesity risk will be presented in an intercultural context.

 

 

 


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