Adult Healthy Eating

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  • Adult Healthy Eating

    1. 1. Adults Healthy Eating Community Factors
    2. 2. What the Community Says About Food Security /Food Program Participation
    3. 3. I’m not surewhere to go or if I qualify.
    4. 4. It’s notworth thehassle to apply.
    5. 5. Cal-Fresh Utilization Source: California Food Policy Advocates
    6. 6. San Rafael CalFresh Outlets Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator
    7. 7. Novato CalFresh Outlets Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator
    8. 8. Southern Marin CalFresh Outlets Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator
    9. 9. West Marin CalFresh Outlets Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator
    10. 10. Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator Source: USDA SNAP Retail Locator
    11. 11. What the Community Says About Access to Healthy Food / Retail Establishments
    12. 12. There are nohealthy stores in my community. Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    13. 13. Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010 Fast food doesn’t require time andenergy, it’s an easy option for tired and stressed families.
    14. 14. From “Food Desert” to a“Community of Excellence!”
    15. 15. Source: Nutrition Wellness Program 2011
    16. 16. What the Community Says About Local Agriculture
    17. 17. The gardens arewell loved! Manypeople are eatinghealthier because of them Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    18. 18. There aren’tenough community gardens for everyone. Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    19. 19. Community Gardens
    20. 20. Source: Marin County Community Garden Needs AssessmentReport 2010, UC Cooperative Extension
    21. 21. Gleaning
    22. 22. Adult Healthy Eating Individual Factors
    23. 23. + Low Income Adults Age 25 Able to Afford Food 80% 64% 60%Percent of Adults 37% 40% 20% 0% Food Secure Food Insecure Food SecuritySource: CHIS 2007-2009 (Marin County)
    24. 24. 1 in 3 lowincome adultsage 25 are not + able to afford enough food
    25. 25. + Number of Times Adults Age 25 Ate Fast Food in Past Week 75% 70%+ 65%Percent of Adults Age 25 55% 45% 35% 30% 25% 15% 5% None One or more times Number of Times (Marin County)Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    26. 26. 1 in 3 adults atefast food at least once in the past week
    27. 27. And There are Disparities
    28. 28. Lower Education, Lower Fruit and Vegetable Consumption+ 60% 50% 57% 50% 45% 40% 30% 20% m o u d n C 5 e+ a s 10% 0% High School Some College College Graduate Graduate or Less Education Level Completed V o b d u in a g F s t f le v S r (Marin County)52agA o u d n P e cls r t fSource: CHIS 2007-2009
    29. 29. 50% of adults eat5/more fruits and vegetables each day
    30. 30. Fruit and vegetable consumption is lower among individuals with lower education attainment
    31. 31. Adult Healthy Eating Outcomes
    32. 32. + Overweight or Obese Adults Age 25 in Marin County 50% 48% 48%Percent of Adults 46% 44% 42% 40% 42% 38% 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 YearSource: CHIS 2001-2009
    33. 33. Almost 1 in 2 adults areoverweight or obese
    34. 34. And There are Disparities
    35. 35. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    36. 36. Adults with lower income are 60%more likely to be overweight or obese
    37. 37. Source: CHIS 2007-2009
    38. 38. Adults with lower education attainment aremore likely to be overweight or obese
    39. 39. Top 3 Neighborhoods with the Highest Prevalence of Obesity 1. San Marin 2. Ignacio 3. Canal

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