Sharon Sugerman, higher income groups for the Network for a Healthy California, says: ‘The study of fruit and vegetable trends by income shows the importance of being able to all groups, especially the low-income population, but also the higher-income groups to overlook. Data data document the overall population – wide trends and make comparisons between more and less advantaged groups ‘.. Interestingly, the increase in fruit and vegetable consumption was the largest for the lowest and highest income almost doubled the %age, u003e 5 fruits and vegetables per day, 1997-2007 consumed in each group.
They suffer and die young stigmatized and ignored in sub-Saharan Africa, as in many other low resource consumption countries in Asia and Latin America, a significant number of women of childbearing age have an unmet need for contraception2. They are caught in a spiral as a result of high fertility in high – poverty and infant mortality, low educational and professional achievement and disease.
California adults increase fruit and vegetable consumption from 1997-2007 Sharon Sugerman, FADA;. Susan B. Foerster, RD, Jennifer Gregson, PhD, Amanda Linares, MS, Mark Hudes, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, Volume 43, Issue 4, Supplement 2 published by Elsevier.. (more…)