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Content loaded within last 14 days Effects of Access to Retailers, Single Households, and Presence of a Patient in the Household on Healthy Eating

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Objectives: We reviewed the current status of healthy eating behaviors in South Korea and analyzed the influencing factors. Methods: A single-equation robust estimator and a seemingly unrelated regression were completed for the effects of access to food retailers, single households, and patients living in the household on healthy eating. Data were retrieved from a consumer survey of 3043 household members preparing food. Results: Better access to retailers is positively related to healthy eating status. Single households are least likely to practice healthy eating and the presence of a patient in the household is negatively related to healthy eating status. Conclusions: The 3 factors have significant effects on South Koreans' healthy eating status.
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Keywords: ACCESS TO RETAILERS; HEALTHY EATING; PATIENT IN THE HOUSEHOLD; SINGLE HOUSEHOLD

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Professor, Chung-Ang University, Department of Economics, Seoul, South Korea;, Email: [email protected] 2: Researcher, Korea Rural Economic Institute, Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policy Research, Naju, South Korea

Publication date: January 1, 2020

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