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Volume 1: No. 4, October 2004

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Demonstration of an E-mailed Worksite Nutrition Intervention Program

Figure 1.
Flowchart illustrating how individuals took part in the Worksite Nutrition Intervention Program, Northern California, 2000.

Program offered to employees by e-mail
N = 230

Employees who enrolled and completed baseline questionnaires
n = 84 (37%)

Stage of Change: Fat

Stage of Change: Fruit/Veg

Fat Screener

Fruit/Veg Screener

Lifestyle Questions

Participants receive feedback on current fat intake, fruit and vegetable intake

Participants choose dietary emphasis for 12-week program

Reduce fat intake (41.7%)

Increase Fruit/Veg intake (58.3%)

12 weekly messages tailored to participant’s lifestyle, with tips and small step goals on reducing dietary fat

12 weekly messages tailored to participant’s lifestyle, with tips and small step goals on increasing fruit/veg

Evaluation questionnaires
(n = 47)

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