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Applying the Salutogenic Framework to Nutrition Research and Practice

By E.C. Swan, L.I. Bouwman, G.J. Hiddink, N. Aarts and M. Koelen

Abstract

Much research has identified a sea of factors related to unhealthy diets to make sense of why people struggle to eat healthy diets. However, little is known of factors that empower healthy eating. Antonovsky's salutogenesis provides an innovative framework to study these factors and identify resources and mechanisms underlying healthy eating practices. We give recommendations for future research and provide examples of how salutogenesis has inspired our own research to gain new insights into the origins of healthy eating. Lastly, implications of using future findings in designing novel nutrition promotion strategies are outlined

Topics: Gezondheid en Maatschappij, Health and Society, Strategic Communication, Strategic Communication, Strategische Communicatie, Strategic Communication, WASS, WASS
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:library.wur.nl:wurpubs/493742
Provided by: Wageningen Yield
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