Ball, Lanae

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The Role Of Social Support In Breastfeeding Experiences Among Rural Women In Southern Appalachia 2016 2300 Objectives: The objectives of this study are: 1) to describe breastfeeding experiences and level of social support received among WIC participants in southern Appalachia, 2) to examine perceived types and effectiveness of social support received incl...
What Do Farmers Eat Today? The Appalachian Small Farming Diet 2016 1621 Though the Standard American Diet (SAD), the dietary habits of farmers, and recently the Traditional Southern Appalachian Diet have been described and documented in the literature, the dietary habits of small farmers, and particularly southern Appala...
Finding Food: Characterizing Food Coping Strategies Among Food Pantry Clients In The High Country 2016 1158 Though starvation seldom occurs in the United States, many individuals do suffer from food insecurity, which exists when access to adequate and safe food is limited or uncertain, or when such food cannot be accessed in socially acceptable ways (Ramad...
Design And Implementation Of A Garden-Based Service Learning Program For Nutrition And Dietetic Students: A CBPR Approach 2017 660 Our goal was to develop a garden literacy program tailored to undergraduate dietetic students to provide hands-on, service learning opportunities in gardening and nutrition education. A community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach was used ...
Barriers To Food Security As Explained By Community Members In Two Small Appalachian Towns In Rural North Carolina: A Behind-The-Scenes View Through Focus Group Interviews 2017 552 Objective: The purpose of this study was to broadly describe food insecurity as it relates to rural populations then to identify and explain the barriers for rural community members to accessing adequate, healthy, and desirable foods in an original s...