Pediatric Overweight/Obesity: Prevention (2021)

Pediatric Overweight/Obesity: Prevention (2021)

Author and Year:
Kininmonth A, Smith A, et al. 2021
PubMed ID:
Article Title:
The relationship between the home environment and child adiposity: a systematic review.
Authors:
Kininmonth A, Smith A, Llewellyn C, Dye L, Lawton C, Fildes A
Journal:
The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
Year of publication:
2021
Volume:
18
Issue:
1
Page numbers:
4
Study Design:
Risk of Bias Assessment Rating:
Moderate
Inclusion Criteria:
Reported on at least one of the three domains of the HE (food, activity and/ or media). Each domain was required to be assessed in terms of either the physical (availability of, and access to; foods, media or PA equipment) and/or social aspects (caregiver modelling/support or caregiver policies and rules around energy balance behaviours). Studies were also required to provide a quantitative estimate of the association between the chosen HE domain(s) and a measure of adiposity (e.g. BMI z-score). Studies were eligible for inclusion if they were peer-reviewed original observational research studies and recruited from nonclinical, non-intervention populations. The population of interest was children aged
Exclusion Criteria:
Family mealtimes were excluded from the definition of the social home food environment as a recently published review examined the relationship between family mealtimes and child weight.
Research Purpose:
To examine associations between the social and physical aspects of three pre-defined Home Environment domains (food, physical activity and media) and adiposity measures in children
Blinding efforts:
Study Location:
Source(s) of Funding:
Not-for-profit
Please specify names of funders:
Economic and Social Research Council Advanced Quantitative Methods Studentship

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