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Table 4 Methods and strategies selected for increasing fruit and vegetable intake

From: Mindful "Vitality in Practice": an intervention to improve the work engagement and energy balance among workers; the development and design of the randomised controlled trial

Key determinants Theoretical method Practical strategy Tools and Materials
Habit Self regulation
Goal setting
Reinforcement
In-company mindfulness training
Facilitate formulation of goals and reflection
Providing positive feedback
Exercises aimed at preventing counter intentional habits from obstructing enactment of intentions
E-coaching: Employees formulate goals and reflect in personal e-diary on website. Coach reads and stimulates reflection
E-coaching: coach provides positive feedback with regard to set goals
Perceived behavioural control Self regulation
Goal setting
Reinforcement
In-company mindfulness training
Facilitate formulation of goals and reflection
Provide positive feedback
Exercises aimed at enlarging sense of control over behaviour and beliefs of efficacy.
E-coaching: Employees formulate goals and reflect in logbook. Coach reads and stimulates reflection
E-coaching: coach provides positive feedback
Availability Environmental change Facilitation of healthy behaviour Offering fruit and vegetables
Costs Environmental change Facilitation of healthy behaviour Offering fruit and vegetables
Intention Self regulation In-company mindfulness training Exercises aimed enacting on intentions