You are here: Home Living Poverty and Obesity: What's the Connection? [Infographic] Poverty and Obesity: What's the Connection? [Infographic] by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg March 3, 2014, 1:04 pm 17 Views We don’t do as much on issues of human health as much as some of our sister sites, but our concern with the environment certainly incorporates wellness… both individually and collectively. So when a friend offered me this infographic exploring the links between poverty and obesity, I jumped at it: these kinds of connections are at the very heart of what we do here at sustainablog. Sure, this is largely an economic issue… but, at least part of that economic equation involves lack of access to green spaces and fresh food. Furthermore, the poor often don’t have access to the information necessary to make, well, sustainable choices on this front. Fortunately, movements like urban agriculture are combining a desire for self-sufficiency with concern about the local environment… and may even help with the prevalence of obesity in poorer areas. Thoughts? Share them with us in the comments… Need a larger version of the infographic? Click on it… Source: Healthcare-Administration-Degree.net See more Previous article What the Flax? Why You Need This Superseed, and What to Do With It Next article Another Home Aquaponics System for the Beginner: AquaSprouts 4 Pings & Trackbacks Pingback:Eat Drink Better | Healthy recipes, good food: sustainable eats for a healthy lifestyle! Pingback:The Link Between Poverty and Obesity in the US ... Pingback:Eat Drink Better | Healthy recipes, good food: sustainable eats for a healthy lifestyle! Pingback:10 Fattest States | Healthy Black Men Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.