Table 22Interventions of studies based in the home

Author, YearControl ArmDescription of InterventionDiet (Phys/Env)Diet (Psych)Physical Activity (Phys/Env)Physical Activity (Psych)
Home
Epstein, 2001171NATake home child workbook; active parental involvement (parent-focused intervention) to increase fruit and vegetable intake.XX
Take home child workbook; active parental involvement (parent-focused intervention) to decrease fat and sugar intake.XX
Fitzgibbon, 2012174Usual careNutrition instruction, combined with the physical activity component, was designed to target specific child behaviors.
Creating a home environment to facilitate healthy choices.
Interactive instruction on family exercise (and healthful eating).
Classroom sessions included an aerobic activity component.
XXXX
French, 2011173Usual careEducation sessions to - limit consumption of high calorie, limit sweetened drinks, eat at least 5 servings fruits and vegetables each day, eat smaller portions ("eat less"), limit eating fast foods, make healthy choices when eating out
Provided guidelines on healthy choices
Sessions to encourage 30 minutes of activity per day.
XXXX
Lappe, 2004172Usual careEating calcium rich and fortified foods, no supplementsX
Home/PC/CHI
Patrick, 2006175Usual careComputer-based counseling and brief provider counseling with a16-section printed Teen Guide, mail, and telephone counseling to modify total intake of fat, servings per day of fruits and vegetables, physical activity, and sedentary behaviors.XX
Home/School/Community
Gentile, 2009176Usual careThe Switch program promoted healthy active lifestyles by encouraging students to 'Switch what you Do (exercise), Chew (eat), and View (sedentary activity)'.XX

CHI = consumer health informatics; PC = primary care; Psych = psychosocial intervention; Phys/Env = physical/environmental intervention

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