Replacing foods high in saturated fat by low-saturated fat alternatives: a computer simulation of the potential effects on reduction of saturated fat consumption.

@article{Schickenberg2009ReplacingFH,
  title={Replacing foods high in saturated fat by low-saturated fat alternatives: a computer simulation of the potential effects on reduction of saturated fat consumption.},
  author={Bilbo Schickenberg and Patricia van Assema and Johannes Brug and Janneke Verkaik-Kloosterman and Marga C. Ock{\'e} and Nanne K de Vries},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={102 3},
  pages={478-83}
}
This simulation study aimed to assess the change in saturated fat intake achieved by replacing one to three of the products contributing most to individual saturated fat intake by alternative products low in saturated fat. Food consumption data of 750 participants (aged 19-30 years) from a recent Dutch food consumption survey were used. For each participant, the three products (from different product groups) that contributed most to their saturated fat intake were ranked in order of diminishing… CONTINUE READING

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