The association of knowledge, attitudes and behaviours related to salt with 24-hour urinary sodium excretion
journal contributionposted on 2014-04-04, 00:00 authored by M A Land, J Webster, A Christoforou, C Johnson, H Trevena, F Hodgins, J Chalmers, M Woodward, F Barzi, W Smith, V Flood, P Jeffery, Caryl NowsonCaryl Nowson, B Neal
Salt reduction efforts usually have a strong focus on consumer education. Understanding the association between salt consumption levels and knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards salt should provide insight into the likely effectiveness of education-based programs.
JournalInternational journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity
Pagination1 - 8
Publication classificationC Journal article; C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice2014, BioMed Central
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