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MENU Choices

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MENU Choices is a web and email-based program to help people increase fruit and vegetable consumption. Three study arms examine the efficacy of an untailored program, a tailored program and a tailored program plus email-based counseling.

Aims

Aim 1. Determine whether web-based tailored information is more efficacious in improving the daily intake of fruits and vegetables than web-based untailored information.

Aim 2. Determine whether web-based tailored information combined with a tailored human online behavioral interaction (HOBI) delivered via email is more efficacious in improving the daily intake of fruits and vegetables than web-based untailored information.

Aim 3. Determine whether web-based tailored information combined with HOBI is more efficacious in improving the daily intake of fruits and vegetables than web-based tailored information alone.

Aim 4. Determine whether baseline stage of change, family history of cancer, age, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status impact the response to the interventions deployed in Aims 1-3.

Participants

Generally healthy participants aged 21-65, from five integrated healthcare delivery systems around the U.S. (Henry Ford Health System, Michigan; Group Health, Washington; Kaiser, Georgia; Kaiser, Colorado; HealthPartners, Minnesota)

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