Niños Saños, Familia Sana: Family Nutrition Education
Niños Saños, Familia Sana: Family Nutrition Education
Niños Saños, Familia Sana: Family Nutrition Education
University of California
Niños Saños, Familia Sana: Family Nutrition Education


The following list includes selected publications related to this study:

Aguilera A, Stewart CP, de la Torre A, Kaiser L. Feasibility of skin carotenoids as a biomarker of vegetable intake among Mexican-Origin children in a community setting: a pilot study. Journal of Epidemiological Research. 2018 4(1)

Aguilera A, de la Torre A, Kaiser L. Changes in Food Consumption Patterns of Mexican-Heritage Children during a Nutrition Intervention. The FASEB Journal. April 1, 2015;29 (1 Supplement).

Hanbury M, Camacho Gomez R, Kaiser LL, Sadeghi B, de la Torre A. Purchases made with a fruit and vegetable voucher in a rural Mexican-heritage community. J Community Health. 2017 DOI 10.1007/s10900-017-0338-3.

Kaiser, L. L., Aguilera, A. L., Horowitz, M., Lamp, C., Johns, M., Gomez-Camacho, R., Ontai, L., and de la Torre, A. Correlates of food patterns in young Latino children at high risk of obesity. Public Health Nutrition. 2015; 18: 3042-50.

Kaiser LL; Martinez J, Horowitz M, Lamp C, Johns M,  Espinoza D,  Byrnes M, Muñoz Gomez M, Aguilera A,  Adela de la Torre, Adaptation of a culturally-relevant nutrition and physical activity program for low-income, Mexican-origin parents with young children. Prev Chronic Dis 2015;12:140591. DOI:

Rodriguez L, Horowitz M, Espinoza D, Aguilera A, Adela de la Torre, Lucia Kaiser. Impact of the California drought on food security of rural families of Mexican-origin. J Applied Research in Children 2015; 6 (2): 11 Available at:

Sadeghi B, Kaiser LL, Schaefer S, Tseregounis IE, Martinez L, Gomez-Camacho R, et al. Multifaceted community-based intervention reduces rate of BMI growth in obese Mexican-origin boys. Pediatric obesity. 2016. Epub 2016/04/14.

Schaefer SE, Camacho-Gomez R, Sadeghi B, Kaiser L, German JB, de la Torre A. Assessing child obesity and physical activity in a hard-to-reach population in California’s Central Valley, 2012–2013. Prev Chronic Dis 2015;12:140577. DOI:





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