- Why do women of low socioeconomic status have poorer dietary behaviours than women of higher socioeconomic status? A qualitative explorationV Inglis
School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University, Burwood, Vic, Australia
Appetite 45:334-43. 2005..Public health strategies aimed at reducing SES inequalities in diet might focus on promoting healthy diets that are low cost, as well as promoting time-efficient food preparation strategies for all women...
- Socioeconomic variations in women's diets: what is the role of perceptions of the local food environment?V Inglis
Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research, Burwood, Victoria, Australia
J Epidemiol Community Health 62:191-7. 2008..To test the contribution of perceived environmental factors (food availability, accessibility and affordability) to mediating socioeconomic variations in women's fruit, vegetable and fast food consumption...