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Fig. 1 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

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From: Rebalancing meat and legume consumption: change-inducing food choice motives and associated individual characteristics in non-vegetarian adults

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Conceptual scheme of food choice motives inducing a change in food consumption

Individual sociodemographic, anthropometric, and lifestyle characteristics were associated with change in food behavior. These characteristics were also associated with motives that led to a change in behavior. However, we assumed that only change-inducing motives would induce this change in food consumptions. Dotted lines correspond to what had already been investigated in previous studies on the sociodemographic determinants of food behavior, such as those related to the consumption of animal products [16]

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