Grocery Store Access and the Food Insecurity–Obesity Paradox

@article{Christian2010GrocerySA,
  title={Grocery Store Access and the Food Insecurity–Obesity Paradox},
  author={T. Christian},
  journal={Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={360 - 369}
}
  • T. Christian
  • Published 2010
  • Economics
  • Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition
  • This research tests for an association between grocery store access and paradoxical occurrences of coexisting obesity and food insecurity. Approximately 5000 respondents from the US Centers for Disease Control Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System's Social Context Module were matched to grocery access measures constructed by the Department of Agriculture. Bivariate probit regression analysis models the probability of obesity conditional on food insecurity. Results indicate that each… CONTINUE READING

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