Simulated reductions in consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages improves diet quality in Lower Mississippi Delta adults

@inproceedings{Thomson2011SimulatedRI,
  title={Simulated reductions in consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages improves diet quality in Lower Mississippi Delta adults},
  author={Jessica L Thomson and Lisa M Tussing-Humphreys and Stephen J. Onufrak and Carol Lawson Connell and Jamie M. Zoellner and Margaret L. Bogle and M. Kathleen Yadrick},
  booktitle={Food & nutrition research},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Although the effects of replacing sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) with water on energy intake and body weight have been reported, little is known about how these replacements affect diet quality. OBJECTIVE To simulate the effects of replacing SSBs with tap water on diet quality and total energy intake of Lower Mississippi Delta (LMD) adults. DESIGN Retrospective analysis of cross-sectional dietary intake data using a representative sample of LMD adults (n=1,689). Diet quality… CONTINUE READING
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