Poverty and Food Intake in Rural America: Diet Quality Is Lower in Food Insecure Adults in the

@inproceedings{Delta2007PovertyAF,
  title={Poverty and Food Intake in Rural America: Diet Quality Is Lower in Food Insecure Adults in the},
  author={Mississippi Delta and Catherine M. Champagne and Patrick H. Casey and Carol L. Connell and Janice E. Stuff and Jeffrey M. Gossett and David W. Harsha and James M. Robbins and Pippa Simpson and Judith L. Weber and Margaret L. Bogle},
  year={2007}
}
  • Mississippi Delta, Catherine M. Champagne, +8 authors Margaret L. Bogle
  • Published 2007
Objective To determine if measures of diet quality differ between food insecure and food secure adults in a rural high-risk population. Design Random digit dialing telephone survey of a crosssection of the population designed to collect data on food intake, household demographics, and food security status. Setting A representative sample of adults who live in 36 counties in the Lower Mississippi Delta region of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Subjects One thousand six hundred seven adults… CONTINUE READING

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