Study links income and adherence to Mediterranean-style diet

12/6/2012 | MedWire News (U.K.)

People with higher incomes were more likely to stick to a Mediterranean-style diet, according to data from an Italian study, suggesting it may be too expensive for those with lower incomes. The study in the journal BMJ Open also found that people in the lowest income group had higher rates of obesity compared with those at higher incomes.

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