Migration Background Influences Consumption Patterns Based on Dietary Recommendations of Food Bank Users in Germany.

Auteur(s) :
Depa J., Hilzendegen C., Stroebele-Benschop N., Gyngell F., Müller A., Eleraky L.
Date :
Mar, 2018
Source(s) :
Journal Of Immigrant And Minority Health. # p
Adresse :
Department of Nutritional Psychology, Institute of Nutritional Medicine, University of Hohenheim, Fruwirthstr. 12, 70593, Stuttgart, Germany. n.stroebele@uni-hohenheim.de.

Sommaire de l'article

People with low income tend to eat less balanced than people with higher income. This seems to be particularly the case for people with migration background. This cross-sectional study examined the relation of consumption patterns of 597 food bank users with different migration background in Germany. Questionnaires were distributed assessing sociodemographic information and consumption patterns. Analyses were conducted using binary logistic regressions. Models were controlled for age, gender, type of household and education. The group of German food bank users consumed fewer fruits and vegetables and less fish compared to all other groups with migration background (former USSR, Balkan region, Middle East). A significant predictor for fruit and vegetable consumption was migration status. Participants from the former USSR consumed less often SSBs compared to the other groups. Dietary recommendations for low income populations should take into consideration other aspects besides income such as migration status.

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