From neighborhood design and food options to residents' weight status.

Abstract:

:This study examined associations of accessibility, availability, price, and quality of food choices and neighborhood urban design with weight status and utilitarian walking. To account for self-selection bias, data on adult residents of a middle-to-high-income neighborhood were used. Participants kept a 2-day activity/travel diary and self-reported socio-demographics, height, and weight. Geographic Information Systems data were used to objectively quantify walking-related aspects of urban design, and number of and distance to food outlets within respondents' 1km residential buffers. Food outlets were audited for availability, price, and quality of healthful food choices. Number of convenience stores and in-store healthful food choices were positively related to walking for errands which, in turn, was predictive of lower risk of being overweight/obese. Negative associations with overweight/obesity unexplained by walking were found for number of grocery stores and healthful food choices in sit-down restaurants. Aspects of urban form and food environment were associated with walking for eating purposes which, however, was not predictive of overweight/obesity. Access to diverse destinations, food outlets and healthful food choices may promote pedestrian activity and contribute to better weight regulation. Accessibility and availability of healthful food choices may lower the risk of overweight/obesity by providing opportunities for healthier dietary patterns.

journal_name

Appetite

journal_title

Appetite

authors

Cerin E,Frank LD,Sallis JF,Saelens BE,Conway TL,Chapman JE,Glanz K

doi

10.1016/j.appet.2011.02.006

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-06-01 00:00:00

pages

693-703

issue

3

eissn

0195-6663

issn

1095-8304

pii

S0195-6663(11)00057-2

journal_volume

56

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