Date of Award
Honors College Thesis
Bonnie Lee Harbaugh
A systematic literature review approach was used to determine the extent of knowledge regarding low-income children’s BMI and household food insecurity. Recommendations were made for impending research, studies, and practices regarding the consensus of current knowledge in relation to low-income children with higher BMIs that come from a food insecure household. Current studies were analyzed, with special attention to methods and findings.
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Clark, Meaghan A., "A Systematic Literature Review of Household Food Security and Overweight/Obese Status Among Low-Income Children" (2012). Honors Theses. 105.