Obesity In Low Income Children: A Literature Review

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According to Salois (2012), who had pulled information from a government data base, from this data which included 3,107 counties located within the United States. The risks for obesity in low income children were of the ages between 2-4 years old. These children normally come from families who do not make a lot of money to begin with. Low income families usually qualify for government assistance food programs. The food assistance programs provided from the government are Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs which is also known as short for SNAP. And the other food assistance program is WIC which stands for Women, Infants, and Children. The researcher had discovered that that grocery stores that low income families shop, do pose a risk
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