Improving food environments and tackling obesity: A realist systematic review of the policy success of regulatory interventions targeting population nutrition.

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obesity 56 Title: PLoS ONEImproving food environments and tackling obesity : A realist systematic review of the policy success of regulatory interventions targeting population
obesity 3255 to improve population nutrition have become an increasingly popular public health strategy against obesity . As a growing number of approaches are being field tested, a new dimension of evidence has become available
obesity 5142 [[6]–[8]].In this paper, we reviewed current research evaluating real-life policy interventions addressing obesity . We used a realist review approach [[9]] which focused on program mechanisms to provide a more nuanced
obesity 6526 the consumption of unhealthy food and beverages and ultimately curb the prevalence of overweight and obesity . To this end, we collected data regarding (i) the effect of these interventions on average BMI or weight
obesity 8345 the year WHO member states first acknowledged a role for market-related regulatory interventions for obesity prevention in the Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity [[12]] and October 31st, 2015 for inclusion
obesity 30808 on individuals’ nutritional intake to the extent that it would reduce the incidence of overweight, obesity , and related chronic diseases. This is a differentiation between different levels of policy success
obesity 33057 nutrition. In this context, it is notable that recent studies at national level and in hotspots of obesity prevention activities such as New York City have found both a shift in the attitudes of consumers towards
obesity 39854 jurisdictions as necessary building blocks for more stringent and comprehensive nutrition policy and obesity prevention regimes.Supporting informationS1 FileDetailed overview of included studies.(DOCX)Click here

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