New PDF release: Local food environments : food access in America

By Kimberly B. Morland

ISBN-10: 1466567791

ISBN-13: 9781466567795

Neighborhood nutrients Environments: foodstuff entry in the US presents info at the complicated nature of nutrients supply platforms in addition to the ancient and political developments that experience formed them through the years. The publication provides the empirical facts demonstrating disparities in entry to fit cheap meals around the usa and the way those disparities might clarify foodstuff intake styles for a few americans besides as Read more...

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Are less restricted. In order for the direction of the relationship between local food environments and diet to be explored, specific types of study designs are needed, which are generally rather expensive. Therefore, early studies aimed to measure any association between local food environments and dietary intake with the rationale that if there are no associations, then the direction of those associations becomes a moot point. Furthermore, local food environments influence diet-related health outcomes, such as obesity, through a pathway of difference in dietary intake.

1999; * A component cause is an individual’s environmental or behavioral factor that often works in ­conjunction with other factors sufficient for disease occurrence (Rothman and Greenland 1998). 19 Introduction Finkelstein et al. 2003). The cause of obesity is likely to be multifactorial, resulting from the interaction of environmental and behavioral factors. Although genetic traits may be important for determining an individual’s susceptibility to becoming obese, given the short time period during which the sharp increase has occurred, individual exposure to environmental factors, such as the contextual effect of residential areas, is likely to have a more proximal role as component causes of the obesity epidemic.

Moreover, the modifying effects can be bidirectional. Using the physical environment as an example (food environment in this case), the decision of what to buy may be influenced by the selection, cost, and quality of foods at nearby restaurants or food stores, accessibility of transportation, and/or willingness to travel to purchase foods. A reciprocal effect between the physical environment and the decision of what to eat may be observed if a preferred food was carried by a local store because a resident recommended it to the store manager.

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