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Adaptation of a Culturally Relevant Nutrition and Physical Activity Program for Low-Income, Mexican-Origin Parents With Young Children

Mothers make fun faces on a paper plate, using broccoli florets, cherry tomatoes, carrots, bell pepper strips, and humus.

Figure 1. Photograph of a food-preparation activity from a culturally adapted nutrition education program for Mexican-origin families, California’s Central Valley, 2012–2013.

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At the health fair cook-off, first place winners hug each other to celebrate their success in preparing healthy traditional recipes.

Figure 2. Photograph of a health fair cook-off, an activity from a culturally adapted nutrition education program for Mexican-origin families, California’s Central Valley, 2012–2013.

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