Linda Jankowski

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OBJECTIVE To describe the food consumption patterns of US infants and toddlers, 4 to 24 months of age. DESIGN Descriptive analysis of data collected in the 2002 Feeding Infants and Toddlers study based on telephone interviews and 24-hour dietary recalls. SUBJECTS A national random sample of 3,022 infants and toddlers age 4 to 24 months. STATISTICAL(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the differential changes in average intakes of nutrients and food groups among higher versus lower table food consumers during the transition from baby foods to table foods. DESIGN A comparative analysis of food and nutrient intakes in the lowest versus highest quartile of energy from table foods based on 24-hour dietary recall data.(More)
Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all of the individuals in the four case study communities who contributed their time and energy for interviews. Inside Mathematica Policy Research, Deborah Reese and Keith Appleby were critical to the survey effort. Betsy Santos led two of the focus groups of uninsured individuals in the case study communities(More)
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