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Title: Physical activity and health diet: determinants and implicity relationship.
Authors: Tavares, Aida Isabel
Keywords: Exercise
Snacks
Determinants
Correlation
Bivariate probit
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Tavares, A.I. (2014). Physical activity and health diet: determinants and implicity relationship. Public Health. doi: org/10.1016/j.puhe.2014.03.011.
Abstract: People who decide to lose weight by dieting often do so without participating in any associated physical activity. Although some people who participate in sports are unconcerned about their diet, it is generally believed that people who exercise tend to eat a healthy diet and those who do not exercise eat a less healthy diet. There is no clear relationship between the decisions regarding participation in physical activity and eating a healthy diet when choices are taken freely and not influenced by policy factors promoting healthy behaviour. However, these decisions may reveal some common explanatory factors and an implicit link. As such the aim of this study was to identify the common explanatory factors and investigate the existence of an implicit relationship.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11328/874
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