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Food Science and Human Nutrition

Document Type

Abstract

Publication Date

6-7-2021

Journal or Book Title

Current Developments in Nutrition

Volume

5

Issue

Supplement 2

First Page

554

DOI

10.1093/cdn/nzab043_006

Abstract

Food is commonly purchased at fast-food restaurants and improving food choices at these establishments may be a key contributor to improving the nation's diet. A better understanding of the barriers to dietary change when purchasing foods at fast-food restaurants may aid the development of new interventions to improve dietary choices. The objective of this study is to determine the costs and benefits of choosing a lower calorie meal in a 3D virtual representation of a fast-food restaurant.

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This abstract is published as James Hollis, Food Purchases in an Online Virtual Restaurant, Current Developments in Nutrition, June 2021, 5(Supplement 2); 554, doi: 10.1093/cdn/nzab043_006.

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Language

en

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