The impact of restaurant consumption among US adults: effects on energy and nutrient intakes

@article{Nguyen2014TheIO,
  title={The impact of restaurant consumption among US adults: effects on energy and nutrient intakes},
  author={Binh T. Nguyen and Lisa M Powell},
  journal={Public Health Nutrition},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={2445 - 2452}
}
Abstract Objective To examine the effect of fast-food and full-service restaurant consumption on adults’ energy intake and dietary indicators. Design Individual-level fixed-effects regression model estimation based on two different days of dietary intake data was used. Setting Parallel to the rising obesity epidemic in the USA, there has been a marked upward trend in total energy intake derived from food away from home. Subjects The full sample included 12 528 respondents aged 20–64 years who… Expand
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