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HHS Non-systematic Review

Source: National Institutes of Health

Last Reviewed: October 2020

This National Institutes of Health database of diet and nutrition screening programs helps program planners find evidence-based programs for different settings, population groups, and community types. Examples include:

  • Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP), delivered in workplace settings to employees ages 19 to 65 years
  • 5-a-Day Power Plus, a school-based intervention with 4 components to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in children in grades 4 and 5 
  • Alberta Project Promoting active Living and healthy Eating (APPLE Schools), which helps schools implement a customized, comprehensive action plan that addresses 4 pillars of school health for students in kindergarten through college
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National Cancer Institute. (n.d.). Evidence-Based Cancer Control Programs (EBCCP), Diet/Nutrition Evidence-Based Programs Listing. Retrieved from