Systematic review and meta-analysis of remotely delivered interventions using self-monitoring or tailored feedback to change dietary behavior
Background: Self-monitoring (SM) of diet and tailored feedback (TF) have been suggested as tools for changing dietary behavior. New technologies allow users to monitor behavior remotely, potentially improving reach, adherence and outcomes. Objectives: We conducted a systematic literature review and meta-analysis to address the following question: Are remotely delivered standalone (i.e. no human contact) interventions that use SM or TF effective in changing eating behaviors? Design: Fiv...Expand abstract
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