Nutrition assessment in process-driven, personalized dietetic intervention - The potential importance of assessing behavioural components to improve behavioural change: results of the EU-funded IMPECD project

Kathrin Kohlenberg-Müller, Sara Ramminger, Alexandra Kolm, Alyanne Barkmeijer, Christina Gast, Marleen Adam, Bente Le Bruyn, Renate Heine-Bröring, Shelly Rachman-Elbaum, Andrea Werkman, Koen Vanherle, Elisabeth Höld, Daniela Wewerka-Kreimel, Luzia Valentini

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