Addressing childhood obesity in black and racial minority brm populations in liverpool project report april 2011 ms joanne trigwell ms paula watson dr rebecca murphy professor tim cable professor gareth stratton tm 2 contents acronyms 5 acknowledgements 5 chapter 1 executive summary 6 11 aims 6 12 background information 6 13 phase 1 ethnic differences in parental attitudes and beliefs . Addressing childhood obesity in black and racial minority populations in liverpool this pilot project aims to improve the cultural relevance of family based childhood obesity treatment in liverpool and the uk and increase the evidence base for local and national strategic planning surrounding obesity and ethnicity. Obesity reduction among the black population is often a key goal for reach recipients for example from 2008 through 2012 14 reach grantees implemented strategies to address disparities in obesity among black populations these strategies included expanding healthy food choices in grocery stores creating neighborhood farmers markets implementing complete street policies and improving . In blackburn with darwen approximately 30 of the population are of south asian predominantly indian and pakistani origin research shows black and asian children are three times more likely to have an obesogenic lifestyle lower physical activity higher screen time unhealthy diet than white children 3 in a study conducted at liverpool john moores university we explored the . Blacks minority populations obesity research 1994166 182 introduction the recent obesity literature reflects increased attention to ethnic diversity 22365556577689 to some extent this is part of a general trend of growing interest in the health of racial or ethnic minority groups 536887106 and in ethnic variations in disease pat terns 1317444882 it also indicates
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