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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rebecca E Lee; Kristen McAlexander; Jorge Banda
|Description:||1 online resource (xiii, 233 pages) : illustrations, maps.|
|Contents:||Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Series Preface; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part One: Public Health and Obesity; Chapter 1: Emergence of the Obesogenic Environment; Chapter 2: Scope of Obesity; Chapter 3: Body Composition Measurements; Part Two: Physical Activity and Obesity; Chapter 4: The Built Environment; Chapter 5: Physical Activity Resources; Chapter 6: Active Transportation; Part Three: Food Accessibility; Chapter 7: Food Supply and Security; Chapter 8: Food Technology; Part Four: Public Policy, Sociocultural Influences, and Obesity; Chapter 9: Policy and Individual Health Choices. Chapter 10: Policy and the Obesogenic EnvironmentChapter 11: Cultural and Familial Influences; Chapter 12: Social Justice, Health Disparities, and Obesity; Part Five: Media and Marketing; Chapter 13: Point of Purchase; Chapter 14: Influence of Media and Technology; Epilogue; References; Index; About the Authors; Ad.|
|Series Title:||Physical activity intervention series.|
|Responsibility:||Rebecca E. Lee, Kristen M. McAlexander, Jorge A. Banda.|
Reversing the Obesogenic Environment describes the factors that contribute to an environment that leads to obesity, including public policy, the built environment, food supply and distribution, family and cultural influences, technology, and the media. It also offers tools that help professionals start to reverse the obesity epidemic.
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