Project EAT

The Project EAT (Eating and Activity over Time) body of research examines a broad spectrum of weight-related problems among diverse young people across the life course from adolescence to adulthood.

Weight-related problems, including obesity, poor dietary intake, inadequate physical activity, body dissatisfaction, and disordered eating behaviors, are of great public health concern given their pervasiveness and adverse health consequences. Project EAT was designed to identify factors that can be addressed within interventions and policies to help prevent and reduce the public health impact of weight-related problems.

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