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The United States is experiencing an epidemic of obesity in both adults and children, particularly among lowincome populations. In fact, overweight has replaced malnutrition as the most prevalent nutritional problem among the poor. We examine this seemingly paradoxical relationship and explore the causes and consequences of overweight, obesity and food insecurity. In a UC Cooperative Extension Body Weight and Health Workgroup study of 561 lowincome Latino mothers and their young children, wefatcat:qsujp2kvhncwfpbvwldluy4gc4