Skip to main content

Articles

Page 1 of 45

  1. Food systems highly contribute to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and shifting towards more environmentally friendly diets is urgently needed. Enabling consumers to compare the environmental impact of f...

    Authors: Laura Arrazat, Stéphanie Chambaron, Gaëlle Arvisenet, Isabelle Goisbault, Jean-Christophe Charrier, Sophie Nicklaus and Lucile Marty
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:7
  2. There is increasing need for prospective investigations in the preventing role of health-related behaviours on mental health problems. The aim of this study is to identify patterns of health-related behaviours...

    Authors: Annette Løvheim Kleppang, Mario Vianna Vettore, Ingeborg Hartz, Siri Håvås Haugland and Tonje Holte Stea
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:6
  3. Authors: Rebecca M. Leech, Alison C. Spence, Kathleen E. Lacy, Miaobing Zheng, Anna Timperio and Sarah A. McNaughton
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:5

    The original article was published in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2021 18:165

  4. This study reports the outcomes of Communities for Healthy Living (CHL), a cluster randomized obesity prevention trial implemented in partnership with Head Start, a federally-funded preschool program for low-i...

    Authors: Cristina Gago, Alyssa Aftosmes-Tobio, Jacob P. Beckerman-Hsu, Carly Oddleifson, Evelin A. Garcia, Kindra Lansburg, Roger Figueroa, Xinting Yu, Nicole Kitos, Merieka Torrico, Jessie Leonard, Janine K. Jurkowski, Josiemer Mattei, Erica L. Kenney, Sebastien Haneuse and Kirsten K. Davison
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:4
  5. Adolescents’ consumption of fruits and vegetables is inadequate in most Arab countries, leading to a higher risk of poor health outcomes. This systematic review evaluates fruits and vegetables intake among ado...

    Authors: Widad Zeidan, Haneen Taweel, Aisha Shalash and Abdullatif Husseini
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:3
  6. Authors: Eun-Young Lee, Louise de Lannoy, Lucy Li, Maria Isabel Amando de Barros, Peter Bentsen, Mariana Brussoni, Lindsay Crompton, Tove Anita Fiskum, Michelle Guerrero, Bjørg Oddrun Hallås, Susanna Ho, Catherine Jordan, Mark Leather, Greg Mannion, Sarah A. Moore, Ellen Beate Hansen Sandseter…
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:2

    The original article was published in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:66

  7. Evidence examining trends in active school commuting among adolescents are mainly single-country studies, and principally focused on high-income countries. Thus, the present study aims to examine temporal tren...

    Authors: Mireia Felez-Nobrega, André O. Werneck, Adrian Bauman, Josep Maria Haro and Ai Koyanagi
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2023 20:1
  8. Existing information about population physical activity (PA) levels and sedentary time in Luxembourg are based on self-reported data.

    Authors: Paul J. Collings, Anne Backes, Gloria A. Aguayo and Laurent Malisoux
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:161
  9. Understanding the developmental trajectories of outdoor time, screen time and sleep is necessary to inform early interventions that promote healthy behaviours. This study aimed to describe concurrent trajector...

    Authors: Katherine L. Downing, Borja del Pozo Cruz, Taren Sanders, Miaobing Zheng, Jill A. Hnatiuk, Jo Salmon and Kylie D. Hesketh
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:160
  10. Physical inactivity is a risk factor for numerous adverse health conditions and outcomes, including all-cause mortality. Aging rural women are at particular risk for physical inactivity based on environmental,...

    Authors: Jay E. Maddock, Margaret Demment, Meredith Graham, Sara Folta, David Strogatz, Miriam Nelson, Seong-Yeon Ha, Galen D. Eldridge and Rebecca A. Seguin-Fowler
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:159
  11. Evidence available on the determinants of vegetable intake in young populations is inconsistent. Vegetable intake is particularly low in adolescents from less-affluent backgrounds, yet no systematic review of ...

    Authors: Silvia Bel-Serrat, Antje von der Schulenburg, Maria Marques-Previ, Amy Mullee and Celine M Murrin
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:158
  12. Partnering with a public transport (PT) provider, state government, and local government, the single-blinded randomised controlled trial, trips4health, investigated the impact of PT use incentives on transport-re...

    Authors: K. A. Jose, M. J. Sharman, O. Stanesby, S. Greaves, A. J. Venn, L. Blizzard, A. Palmer, K. Cooper, J. Williams and V. J. Cleland
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:157
  13. Physical activity is good for people’s health. The relationship between the built environment and physical activity has been well documented. However, evidence is both scarce and scattered on specific urban in...

    Authors: Yufang Zhang, Marijke Koene, Sijmen A. Reijneveld, Jolanda Tuinstra, Manda Broekhuis, Stefan van der Spek and Cor Wagenaar
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:156
  14. Physical activity (PA) is known to be beneficial for health, but adherence to international PA guidelines is low across different subpopulations. Interventions have been designed to stimulate PA of different t...

    Authors: Simone Catharina Maria Wilhelmina Tummers, Arjen Hommersom, Lilian Lechner, Roger Bemelmans and Catherine Adriana Wilhelmina Bolman
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:155
  15. To examine: 1) longitudinal adherence to the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines in a sample of infants and 2) associations between adherence to the guidelines over time and development.

    Authors: Valerie Carson, Zhiguang Zhang, Madison Predy, Lesley Pritchard and Kylie D. Hesketh
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:154
  16. Little is known about the pathways linking parent feeding practices with appetitive traits and BMIz throughout infancy. This study examined bidirectional associations between parental feeding practices, infan...

    Authors: Alissa J Burnett, Elena Jansen, Jessica Appleton, Chris Rossiter, Cathrine Fowler, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson and Catherine G Russell
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:153
  17. There is limited evidence of cost-effective primary prevention interventions for cardiovascular disease (CVD) in young women. This study aimed to assess the value for money of primary prevention of CVD in this...

    Authors: Lan Gao and Marj Moodie
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:152
  18. The associations of the proportion of vigorous physical activity (VPA) to moderate to vigorous physical activity (MVPA) with incident cardiovascular disease (CVD) and all-cause mortality are unclear.

    Authors: Xuanwen Mu, Shuangyan Liu, Mingjian Fu, Mengyun Luo, Ding Ding, Liangkai Chen and Kuai Yu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:151
  19. In China, the quantity of physical activity differs from that in Western countries. Substantial uncertainty remains about the relevance of physical activity for cancer subtypes among Chinese adults.

    Authors: Jian Su, Yuchen Jiang, Xikang Fan, Ran Tao, Ming Wu, Yan Lu, Yujie Hua, Jianrong Jin, Yu Guo, Jun Lv, Pei Pei, Zhengming Chen, Liming Li and Jinyi Zhou
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:150
  20. Physical activity behaviors among children and adolescents are socioeconomically patterned. Understanding if, and how, the built environment contributes to socioeconomic inequalities in physical activity and f...

    Authors: Oddbjørn Klomsten Andersen, Mekdes Kebede Gebremariam, Elin Kolle and Jakob Tarp
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:149
  21. Consumption of ultra-processed foods is associated with increased risk of obesity and non-communicable diseases. Little is known about current patterns of ultra-processed foods intake in Australia. The aim of ...

    Authors: Daisy H. Coyle, Liping Huang, Maria Shahid, Allison Gaines, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Jimmy Chun Yu Louie, Xiongfei Pan, Matti Marklund, Bruce Neal and Jason H. Y. Wu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:148
  22. This study aimed to examine associations of early childhood physical fitness and physical activity (PA) with PA during later childhood/early adolescence while accounting for gender differences.

    Authors: Becky Breau, Mirko Brandes, Toomas Veidebaum, Michael Tornaritis, Luis A. Moreno, Dénes Molnár, Lauren Lissner, Gabriele Eiben, Fabio Lauria, Jaakko Kaprio, Stefaan De Henauw, Wolfgang Ahrens and Christoph Buck
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:147
  23. The COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated physical inactivity, poor dietary intake and reduced mental wellbeing, contributing factors to non-communicable diseases in children. Cooking interventions are pro...

    Authors: Lynsey Hollywood, Johann Issartel, David Gaul, Amanda McCloat, Elaine Mooney, Clare Elizabeth Collins and Fiona Lavelle
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:146
  24. Physical activity (PA), diet, and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) are related to maternal and infant health, but interventions to improve these outcomes are needed in diverse pregnant women with elevate...

    Authors: Sara Wilcox, Jihong Liu, Gabrielle M. Turner-McGrievy, Alycia K. Boutté and Ellen Wingard
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:145
  25. Ageing is accompanied by changes in sleep, while poor sleep is suggested as a risk factor for several health outcomes. Non-pharmacological approaches have been proposed to improve sleep in elderly; their impac...

    Authors: Quentin Le Cornu, Mathilde Chen, Vincent van Hees, Damien Léger, Aurore Fayosse, Manasa S. Yerramalla and Séverine Sabia
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:144
  26. Sedentary behavior is a modifiable risk factor for cardiometabolic health; however, the assessment of total sedentary time may not capture youth’s highly active and interrupted activity patterns. This study ex...

    Authors: Abeer A. Aljahdali, Ana Baylin, Edward A. Ruiz-Narvaez, Hyungjin Myra Kim, Alejandra Cantoral, Martha M. Tellez-Rojo, Margaret Banker and Karen E. Peterson
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:143
  27. Interventions that provide pregnant women with opportunities to access and participate in physical activity have been shown to be beneficial to their health. Much of this evidence however has been based on sel...

    Authors: Kayleigh J. Sharp, Lauren B. Sherar, Victoria E. Kettle, James P. Sanders and Amanda J. Daley
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:142
  28. Whole-of-school programs have demonstrated success in improving student physical activity levels, but few have progressed beyond efficacy testing to implementation at-scale. The purpose of our study was to eva...

    Authors: D R Lubans, T Sanders, M Noetel, P Parker, H McKay, PJ Morgan, J Salmon, M Kirwan, A Bennie, L Peralta, R Cinelli, M Moodie, T Hartwig, J Boyer, S G Kennedy, R C Plotnikoff…
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:141
  29. Authors: Carlos Gómez-Martínez, Nancy Babio, Jordi Júlvez, Stephanie K. Nishi, Fernando Fernández-Aranda, Miguel Ángel Martínez-González, Aida Cuenca-Royo, Rebeca Fernández, Susana Jiménez-Murcia, Rafael de la Torre, Xavier Pintó, Mirjam Bloemendaal, Montse Fitó, Dolores Corella, Alejandro Arias and Jordi Salas-Salvadó
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:140

    The original article was published in International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:101

  30. Eating behaviors may contribute to differences in body weight and diet over time. Our study aims to examine how eating behaviors of young adults relate to their current weight status and dietary patterns and t...

    Authors: Lise Dubois, Brigitte Bédard, Danick Goulet, Denis Prud’homme, Richard E. Tremblay and Michel Boivin
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:139
  31. In this study, we assessed the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and all-cause mortality in subjects having an only physical activity or a healthy diet or both compared to those having none of these healt...

    Authors: Asma Kazemi, Najmeh Sasani, Zeinab Mokhtari, Abbas Keshtkar, Siavash Babajafari, Hossein Poustchi, Maryam Hashemian and Reza Malekzadeh
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:138
  32. Poor physical activity and excessive sedentary behaviour are well-established risk factors for morbidity and mortality. In the presence of emerging social problems, including loneliness and social isolation, t...

    Authors: Karine Estelle Manera, Emmanuel Stamatakis, Bo-Huei Huang, Katherine Owen, Philayrath Phongsavan and Ben J Smith
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:137
  33. In April 2018, South Africa implemented the Health Promotion Levy (HPL), one of the first sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) taxes to be based on each gram of sugar (beyond 4 g/100mL). The objectives of this study...

    Authors: Michael Essman, Catherine Zimmer, Francesca Dillman Carpentier, Elizabeth C. Swart and Lindsey Smith Taillie
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:136
  34. The 24-h movement guidelines for youth and adults recommend the specific duration of physical activity, sedentary time, and sleep duration to ensure optimal health, but little is known about its relationship t...

    Authors: Antonio García-Hermoso, Yasmin Ezzatvar, Robinson Ramírez-Vélez, José Francisco López-Gil and Mikel Izquierdo
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:135
  35. During the 2020 UK COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, children spent almost all of their time at home, which had a significant influence on their physical activity (PA) and sedentary behaviour. This study aimed t...

    Authors: Michael P. R. Sheldrick, Nils J. Swindell, Amie B. Richards, Stuart J. Fairclough and Gareth Stratton
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:134
  36. Young children residing in rural areas of low-and-middle income countries (LMICs) such as Brazil are at greater risk of obesity and related chronic health conditions. Yet, the extent to which rural preschool c...

    Authors: Widjane Sheila Ferreira Goncalves, Rebecca Byrne, Pedro Israel Cabral de Lira, Marcelo Tavares Viana and Stewart G. Trost
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:133
  37. There are hundreds of bikeshare programs worldwide, yet few health-related evaluations have been conducted. We enrolled a cohort of new bikeshare members in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, USA) to assess whether w...

    Authors: Amy H. Auchincloss, Yvonne L. Michael, Saima Niamatullah, Siyu Li, Steven J. Melly, Meagan L. Pharis and Daniel Fuller
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:132
  38. The time that children spend in physical activity, sedentary behaviour, and sleep each day (i.e., 24-h time-use behaviours), is related to physical and mental health outcomes. Currently, there is no comprehens...

    Authors: Leila Hedayatrad, Tom Stewart, Sarah-Jane Paine, Emma Marks, Caroline Walker and Scott Duncan
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:131
  39. Women of childbearing age are vulnerable to weight gain and experience a high prevalence of obesity due to pregnancy and stressors of parenthood. Lifestyle interventions such as the Healthy Eating and Active L...

    Authors: Amanda S. Gilbert, Deborah Salvo, Rachel G. Tabak and Debra Haire-Joshu
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:130
  40. Parents shape children’s early experiences with food, influencing what is served, children’s food choices, and how much children eat. Responsive parenting (RP) interventions such as INSIGHT have improved mater...

    Authors: Erika Hernandez, Justin A. Lavner, Amy M. Moore, Brian K. Stansfield, Steven R. H. Beach, Jessica J. Smith and Jennifer S. Savage
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:129
  41. The e-coachER trial aimed to determine whether adding web-based behavioural support to exercise referral schemes (ERS) increased long-term device-measured physical activity (PA) for patients with chronic condi...

    Authors: Jeffrey Lambert, Adrian Taylor, Adam Streeter, Colin Greaves, Wendy M. Ingram, Sarah Dean, Kate Jolly, Nanette Mutrie, Rod S. Taylor, Lucy Yardley, Lisa Price and John Campbell
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:128
  42. Most physical activity (PA) during school occurs at recess; however, recess PA may be influenced by children’s thermal comfort and interaction with nature, neither of which have concurrently been measured reli...

    Authors: Allison Poulos, Kylie Wilson, Kevin Lanza and Jennifer Vanos
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:127
  43. Understanding the motivational effects of supervised aerobic high-intensity interval training (HIIT) may help men with prostate cancer undergoing active surveillance initiate and maintain exercise behavior, ho...

    Authors: Dong-Woo Kang, Normand G. Boulé, Catherine J. Field, Adrian S. Fairey and Kerry S. Courneya
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:126
  44. Evaluations of school-based activity behaviour interventions suggest limited effectiveness on students’ device-measured outcomes. Teacher-led implementation is common but the training provided is poorly unders...

    Authors: Mairead Ryan, Olivia Alliott, Erika Ikeda, Jian’an Luan, Riikka Hofmann and Esther van Sluijs
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:125
  45. There is increasing evidence demonstrating the importance of the neighbourhood built environment in supporting physical activity. Physical activity provides numerous health benefits including improvements in h...

    Authors: Levi Frehlich, Chelsea D. Christie, Paul E. Ronksley, Tanvir C. Turin, Patricia Doyle-Baker and Gavin R. McCormack
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:124
  46. Although physical activity is generally protective of cardiovascular disease (CVD), less is known about how young adult physical activity relates to premature CVD events. The objective of this study was to det...

    Authors: Jason M. Nagata, Eric Vittinghoff, Kelley Pettee Gabriel, Jamal S. Rana, Andrea K. Garber, Andrew E. Moran, Jared P. Reis, Cora E. Lewis, Stephen Sidney and Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:123
  47. TransformUs was a four-arm school-based intervention to increase physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour among primary school children. Pedagogical and environmental strategies targeted the classroom, sc...

    Authors: Harriet Koorts, Anna Timperio, Gavin Abbott, Lauren Arundell, Nicola D. Ridgers, Ester Cerin, Helen Brown, Robin M. Daly, David W. Dunstan, Clare Hume, Mai J. M. Chinapaw, Marj Moodie, Kylie D. Hesketh and Jo Salmon
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:122
  48. Transition to retirement is shown to affect sleep, sedentary time and physical activity, but no previous studies have examined how retirement changes the distribution of time spent daily in these movement beha...

    Authors: Kristin Suorsa, Tuija Leskinen, Jesse Pasanen, Anna Pulakka, Saana Myllyntausta, Jaana Pentti, Sebastien Chastin, Jussi Vahtera and Sari Stenholm
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:121
  49. High school canteens are an ideal setting for public health nutrition intervention, and choice architecture strategies that facilitate the purchase of healthier foods and beverages from school canteens are rec...

    Authors: Tessa Delaney, Sze Lin Yoong, Hannah Lamont, Christophe Lecathelinais, Luke Wolfenden, Tara Clinton-McHarg, Rachel Sutherland and Rebecca Wyse
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:120
  50. Objective measures of built environment and physical activity provide the opportunity to directly compare their relationship across different populations and spatial contexts. This systematic review synthesise...

    Authors: Francesca L. Pontin, Victoria L. Jenneson, Michelle A. Morris, Graham P. Clarke and Nik M. Lomax
    Citation: International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2022 19:119