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Does social distinction contribute to socioeconomic inequalities in diet: the case of ‘superfoods’ consumption

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International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

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The key mechanisms underlying socioeconomic inequalities in dietary intake are still poorly understood, hampering the development of interventions. An important, but sparsely mentioned mechanism is that of ‘so...
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