Impact of altering proximity on snack food intake in individuals with high and low executive function: study protocol

Jennifer Hunter, Gareth Hollands, Dominique Couturier & Theresa Marteau
${\bf Background:}$ Despite attempts to improve diet at population level, people living in material and social deprivation continue to consume unhealthy diets. Executive function - the ability to regulate behaviour and resist impulses – is weaker in individuals living in deprivation. Dietary interventions that educate and persuade people to reflect on and actively change behaviour may therefore disproportionately benefit individuals who are socioeconomically advantaged and have stronger executive function, thus exacerbating inequalities in health resulting...
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