Affordability of current, and healthy, more equitable, sustainable diets by area of socioeconomic disadvantage and remoteness in Queensland: insights into food choice

Affordability of current, and healthy, more equitable, sustainable diets by area of socioeconomic disadvantage and remoteness in Queensland: insights into food choice Journal Article

International Journal for Equity in Health

  • Author(s): Lee, Amanda, Patay, Dori, Herron, Lisa-Maree, Parnell Harrison, Ella, Lewis, Meron
  • Published: 2021
  • Volume: 20
  • ISBN: 1475-9276

Abstract: Poor diet is the leading preventable risk factor contributing to the burden of disease globally and in Australia, and is inequitably distributed. As the price of healthy foods is a perceived barrier to improved diets, evidence on the cost and affordability of current (unhealthy) and recommended (healthy, more equitable and sustainable) diets is required to support policy action.

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Lee, Amanda, Patay, Dori, Herron, Lisa-Maree, Parnell Harrison, Ella, Lewis, Meron, 2021, Affordability of current, and healthy, more equitable, sustainable diets by area of socioeconomic disadvantage and remoteness in Queensland: insights into food choice, Volume:20, Journal Article, viewed 13 July 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=26524.

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