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Barriers and Facilitators to Compliance with a State Healthy Eating Policy in Early Care and Education Centers.

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Summary of "Barriers and Facilitators to Compliance with a State Healthy Eating Policy in Early Care and Education Centers."

Early care and education (ECE) policies can improve childhood obesity risk factors. We evaluated barriers and facilitators to implementing mandatory nutrition standards for foods provided in South Carolina ECE centers serving low-income children, comparing centers participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) with non-CACFP centers.

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Name: Childhood obesity (Print)
ISSN: 2153-2176
Pages: 349-357

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