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South Carolina Study Finds Healthy Eating Identity is Associated with Healthier Food Choice Behaviors Among U.S. Army Soldiers

Researchers from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health departments of health promotion, education, and behavior; exercise science; and health services policy and management have completed a study connecting healthy eating identity with healthier food choice behaviors among U.S. Army soldiers. The study was published in Military Medicine.

Their findings suggest that fostering a healthy eating identity may be more effective for promoting healthy food choice behaviors than nutrition education alone.

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