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Effects of the US Food Stamp Program on the Dietary Quality of Parents and their Teenagers


The effects of the US Food Stamp Program on the dietary quality of parents and their teenagers and children

This study indicates that there is a direct correlation between parental diet and child diet. It was surprising to find out that the children have a healthier diet that their parents. Parentís want the best for their children and will sacrifice their own meals for the better of their child.

This study also indicated that participation has no effect on dietary quality of any of these groups (children1-12 and 13-18). Participants where low-income families that received food stamps. For a 3-year period, 1994Ė96, the US Department of Agriculture USDA conducted nationwide surveys.

The Continuing Survey of Food Intake by Individuals (CSFII)12 collected for two consecutive days the 24-h food intake reported by all individuals in the household.

Effects of the US Food Stamp Program on the Dietary Quality of Parents and their Teenagers

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