Gutschall, Melissa

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Appalachian Foodways From Then To Now: Using Traditional Foods To Enhance Dietetic Practice 2016 2329 Introduction: Convenience and fast foods have slowly worked their way into the rural Appalachian diet playing a major role in increased obesity and food-related ailments. Increasing future health providers’ knowledge of historical Appalachian dietary...
Effect Of Myplate Education On Overall Nutritional Knowledge At A Local Food Pantry And Resource Center In Watauga County, North Carolina 2017 669 Recognizing and meeting the nutritional needs of a food pantry’s clientele may have a positive influence on overall diet and health outcomes. The purpose of this study was to assess the interests and needs for nutrition education and to create a sust...
Reported Self-Efficacy Among Participants Of Nutrition Services At A Local Food Bank And Resource Center In Rural North Carolina 2018 296 This research explored a community-academic partnership and the feasibility of designing and implementing initiatives aimed to increase nutrition-related self-efficacy and ultimately food security among food-pantry clients in rural Appalachia. The st...
Evaluating Client And Staff Acceptability Of The Transition To A Client Choice Food Distribution System At A Local Food And Resource Center 2019 172 Nearly one in five (18.3%) households in Watauga County, N.C. experience food insecurity. In 2016, 68 percent of adults in Watauga County did not meet the recommended fruit and vegetable intake, increasing risks for chronic disease. Meeting the nutri...
Client Choice Food Pantries: Benefits And Barriers 2020 44 Introduction: Research has shown that using a choice pantry method has the potential to improve client’s nutrition status and improve self-efficacy. However, using this pantry method may not be feasible for many all food pantries. The purpose of this...