Food insecurity and its association with changes in nutritional habits among adults during the COVID-19 confinement measures in Belgium.

Last updated on 4-1-2021 by Stefanie Vandevijvere

Peer reviewed scientific article

English

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Abstract:

OBJECTIVE: To assess food insecurity and its association with changes in nutritional habits among Belgian adults during confinement due to COVID-19. DESIGN: Three cross-sectional online health surveys were conducted during March-May 2020. Multinomial logistic regression models were used to determine associations between self-reported changes in fruit, vegetable, soft drink and sweet and salted snack consumption or weight as dependent variables and food insecurity indicators as independent variables, adjusted for gender, household composition, educational attainment and household income. …

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