Is a reduction in distance to nearest supermarket associated with BMI change among type 2 diabetes patients?

Abstract:

:We examined whether residing within 2 miles of a new supermarket opening was longitudinally associated with a change in body mass index (BMI). We identified 12 new supermarkets that opened between 2009 and 2010 in 8 neighborhoods. Using the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Diabetes Registry, we identified members with type 2 diabetes residing continuously in any of these neighborhoods 12 months prior to the first supermarket opening until 10 months following the opening of the last supermarket. Exposure was defined as a reduction (yes/no) in travel distance to the nearest supermarket as a result of a new supermarket opening. First difference regression models were used to estimate the impact of reduced supermarket distance on BMI, adjusting for longitudinal changes in patient and neighborhood characteristics. Among patients in the exposed group, new supermarket openings reduced travel distance to the nearest supermarket by 0.7 miles on average. However, reduced distance to nearest supermarket was not associated with BMI changes. Overall, we found no evidence that reduced supermarket distance was associated with reduced levels of obesity for residents with type 2 diabetes.

journal_name

Health Place

journal_title

Health & place

authors

Zhang YT,Laraia BA,Mujahid MS,Blanchard SD,Warton EM,Moffet HH,Karter AJ

doi

10.1016/j.healthplace.2016.04.008

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-07-01 00:00:00

pages

15-20

eissn

1353-8292

issn

1873-2054

pii

S1353-8292(16)30029-6

journal_volume

40

pub_type

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