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The relationship between the local food environments in low-income communities and obesity
Hypothesis: Individuals living in low-income communities are affected by their surroundings, more convenience stores and restaurants than the healthy food stores and supermarkets, and are more likely to be obese.
Identify where the sample population buys food regularly.
Identify where individuals eat regularly.
Find out how often individuals consume fast food.
Find out how individuals shop for food; either as they walk, by public transport, as the drive or through other means.
Identify the individual’s neighborhood area.
Find out if the individual has, in the last 6 months, at any time been hungry but had no money to buy food.
Based on the individual’s feedback, find out what he/she would do when they did not have money to buy food.
Find out if health food costs more than unhealthy food.
Find out how the individual considers themselves; in terms of their weight. Normal weight, Underweight, Overweight, Obese or has no idea.
Find out if the individual has a desire to eat healthy food, If so, find out what holds them back from eating healthy food.
Ask the individual to state what they consider when buying food; its nutritional value, price, taste or all.
Identify the individual’s gender.
State the individual’s age, should be between 18-65 years old.
Ask the individual they earn annually.
Ask the individual to state their ethnicity.
Name of respondent:
Occupation and Income level (annually):
The main aim of the interviews conducted using this guide is to draw the relationship between the local food environments in low-income communities and obesity. This is a balance guide that helps the research team to look into many important factors in determining the relationship. The guide provides for in.............
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