Table 1: The frequency of social and cultural themes by groups (entries are percentages of respondents within each group mentioning this theme - multiple theme mentions are permitted).
|Clinical Risk/Economic Disadvantagea|
N = 125
|n = 28||n = 32||n = 24||n = 41|
|Experience of change and transition||77.6||75.0||86.5c||87.5||68.3|
|Adhering to food traditions||42.4||57.2b||40.5||37.5||43.9c|
|Car main transport/long commute||41.6||28.6||41.6||50.0b||48.8c|
|Guided by peer appearance||32.0||17.9||24.3||33.3||43.9b|
|Active caregiver for dependents||32.0||25.0||21.6||37.5c||39.0|
|Lack of trust in health care or health care providers||28.8||60.0b||16.2||29.2||21.9|
|Living in a neighborhood with few amenities||21.6||32.2c||18.9||33.3||9.8|
|Not part of the local community||20.8||46.4b||13.5||25.0||17.0|
|Low health literacy||20.0||32.1b||27.0c||16.6||17.0|
|Group Summary Description||Isolated skeptics||Concerned seniors||Financially pressured caregivers||Time-pressured young|
a: Clinical risk defined as having 2 or more of 3 clinical risk factors: age ≥ 45 years, body mass index ≥ 26.9 kg/m2, hypertension. Economic disadvantage defined as having 2 or more of 3 economic factors: ≤ 199% federal poverty level, financial constraint, difficulty buying food; b: Key primary factor; c: Key secondary factor.