What is the effectiveness of obesity related interventions at retail grocery stores and supermarkets? -a systematic review

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obesity 53 Title: BMC Public HealthWhat is the effectiveness of obesity related interventions at retail grocery stores and supermarkets? —a systematic reviewAbdulfatah AdamJørgen
obesity 322 date (pmc-release): 12/2016Publication date (collection): /2016AbstractBackgroundThe Prevalence of obesity and overweight has been increasing in many countries. Many factors have been identified as contributing
obesity 437 overweight has been increasing in many countries. Many factors have been identified as contributing to obesity including the food environment, especially the access, availability and affordability of healthy foods
obesity 3015 is available to authorized users.BackgroundSeveral studies have indicated one of the main causes of obesity to be an environment that promotes excessive food intake and discourages physical activity [[1]–[10]].
obesity 3711 [[6], [9]], and that grocery stores and supermarkets can play a unique role in helping to reverse the obesity epidemic [[13], [14]]. As a result, several interventions at food store level have been conducted to
obesity 5830 a broad range of store-setting interventions. Both papers found an overall intervention effect for obesity -related store interventions. According to Escaron et al. [[17]], this effect was even higher for interventions
obesity 8915 food purchasing. The review focuses on studies of retail food store interventions that are related to obesity , and has purchase/consumption effects as an outcome measure.The scope of this review is limited to interventions
obesity 26424 intention and purchase of targeted healthy foods, BMIIntervention was associated with reduced overweight/ obesity and improved obesity-related psychosocial and behavioral factors among those persons most exposed to
obesity 26445 targeted healthy foods, BMIIntervention was associated with reduced overweight/obesity and improved obesity -related psychosocial and behavioral factors among those persons most exposed to the intervention58.3%medium Bains
obesity 52627 induce people to buy a healthy food than nutrition knowledge alone [[26]].Translating the results into obesity rate is challenging. Firstly, it should be noted that increased consumption of certain desirable foods
obesity 52779 noted that increased consumption of certain desirable foods would not necessarily lead to decline in obesity rate [[92]], (although they could have other health benefits, such as increased intake of certain vitamins
obesity 61937 methodological quality, indicates that in-store intervention strategies may hold a promise in the fight against obesity . Nevertheless, there is need for more high quality studies in food store settings. Our findings also

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