Connecting Self-Efficacy of Dietary Choices and the Association with Dietary Intake Among Rural Adolescents in North Carolina and Kentucky

Rachel Gillespie
Determining the level of belief one has in themselves, or their self-efficacy, can be a key factor to improve certain dietary patterns and choices in the rural youth population. Sugar sweetened food and beverage consumption continues to rise and fruit and vegetable intake remains a struggle in rural areas; addressing both the food environment and adolescents’ self-efficacy could have a lasting impact on changing the nature of a generation of rural student’s food and beverage...
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