Global and local diet popularity rankings, their secular trends, and seasonal variation in Google Trends data.

@article{Kamiski2020GlobalAL,
  title={Global and local diet popularity rankings, their secular trends, and seasonal variation in Google Trends data.},
  author={Mikołaj Kamiński and Karolina Skonieczna-Żydecka and Jan Krzysztof Nowak and Ewa Stachowska},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2020},
  volume={79-80},
  pages={
          110759
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The Internet has become the main source of health-related information including nutrition. The aim of this study was to rank the most popular diets among Google users globally and regionally in addition to secular and seasonal trends in the years 2004 to 2019. METHODS We used Google Trends (GT) to identify and analyze course over time and regional interest of 47 topics related to diets. We analyzed secular trends using the Seasonal Mann-Kendall test and seasonal variation using… 
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