Physical activity and food environments: solutions to the obesity epidemic.

@article{Sallis2009PhysicalAA,
  title={Physical activity and food environments: solutions to the obesity epidemic.},
  author={James F. Sallis and Karen Glanz},
  journal={The Milbank quarterly},
  year={2009},
  volume={87 1},
  pages={
          123-54
        }
}
CONTEXT Environmental, policy, and societal changes are important contributors to the rapid rise in obesity over the past few decades, and there has been substantial progress toward identifying environmental and policy factors related to eating and physical activity that can point toward solutions. This article is a status report on research on physical activity and food environments, and it suggests how these findings can be used to improve diet and physical activity and to control or reduce… CONTINUE READING
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