Food insecurity in adults with mood disorders: prevalence estimates and associations with nutritional and psychological health

@inproceedings{Davison2015FoodII,
  title={Food insecurity in adults with mood disorders: prevalence estimates and associations with nutritional and psychological health},
  author={Karen M Davison and Bonnie J. Kaplan},
  booktitle={Annals of general psychiatry},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Because little is known about food insecurity in people with mental health conditions, we investigated relationships among food insecurity, nutrient intakes, and psychological functioning in adults with mood disorders. METHODS Data from a study of adults randomly selected from the membership list of the Mood Disorder Association of British Columbia (n = 97), Canada, were analyzed. Food insecurity status was based on validated screening questions asking if in the past 12 months did… CONTINUE READING