Food provision interventions (eg, produce/food prescriptions, food pharmacies, food voucher programs) that bridge clinic and community settings for improved nutritional health outcomes of at-risk patients have gained momentum. Little is known about the role of nutrition education and potential augmented impact on patient outcomes…
The majority of programs included a nutrition education component; however, there was a high degree of heterogeneity in terms of content, educator, and duration. Patients who participated in programs that included nutrition education had consistent reductions in HbA1c. These observational trends warrant further exploration to conclusively determine the impact of nutrition education on patient outcomes participating in clinic–community food provision programs.