Transitions in Living Arrangements Are Associated with Changes in Dietary Patterns in Young Women
The Journal of Nutrition, 07/17/2012
Elstgeest LEM et al. – Women not living with children at both times had increased scores on the Mediterranean–style pattern and decreased scores on the high–fat and sugar and cooked vegetables patterns compared with other women. Starting a family is associated with changes in women’s diet that are mainly unhealthy.