Effects of changes in the economic environment on diet- and physical activity related behaviours and corollary outcomes: a large-scale scoping review.
Hollands, Gareth J
Marteau, Theresa M.
Jebb, Susan A
Kelly, Michael P
Behaviour and Health Research Unit Working Paper
Behaviour and Health Research Unit, Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge
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Shemilt, I., Hollands, G. J., Marteau, T. M., Jebb, S. A., Kelly, M. P., Nakamura, R., Suhrcke, M., & et al. (2013). Effects of changes in the economic environment on diet- and physical activity related behaviours and corollary outcomes: a large-scale scoping review..
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Changing the economic environment has some potential to influence patterns of diet and physical activity and thereby improve population health and reduce inequalities. We conducted a systematic scoping review to identify and describe current evidence for the effects of either specific interventions that change prices or income, or general exposure to variations in prices or income, on diet- and physical activity-related behaviours, their proximal consequences (food, energy or nutrient intake or energy expenditure) and their more distal consequences (risk factors for non-communicable diseases).
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