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Beverage consumption patterns among 4-19 y old children in 2009-14 NHANES show that the milk and 100% juice pattern is associated with better diets.
Nutr J. 2018 05 24; 17(1):54.NJ

Abstract

BACKGROUND

Patterns of beverage consumption among children and adolescents can be indicative of food choices and total diet quality.

METHODS

Analyses of beverage consumption patterns among 8119 children aged 4-19 y were based on the first 24-h recall of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2009-14 NHANES). Four pre-defined beverage patterns were: 1) milk pattern; 2) 100% juice pattern; 3) milk and 100% juice pattern; and 4) other caloric beverages. Food- and nutrient-based diet quality measures included the Healthy Eating Index 2010.

RESULTS

Most children drank other caloric beverages, as opposed to milk (17.8%), 100% juice (5.6%), or milk and 100% juice (13.5%). Drinkers of milk and 100% juice had diets that did not differ from each other in total calories, total and added sugars, fiber, or vitamin E. Milk drinkers consumed more dairy and had higher intakes of calcium, potassium, vitamin A and vitamin D as compared to all other patterns. Juice drinkers consumed more total fruit, same amounts of whole fruit, and had higher intakes of vitamin C as compared to the other consumption patterns. Drinkers of both milk and 100% juice had the highest HEI 2010 scores of all the consumption patterns.

CONCLUSIONS

Beverage consumption patterns built around milk and/or 100% juice were relatively uncommon. Promoting the drinking of milk and 100% juice, in preference to other caloric beverages, may be an effective strategy to improve children's diet quality. Restricting milk and 100% juice consumption may encourage the selection of other caloric beverages.

Authors+Show Affiliations

MS-Nutrition, 27 bld Jean Moulin Faculté de Médecine la Timone, Laboratoire NORT, 13385, Marseille cedex 5, France.Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, New York, NY, 10467, USA.MS-Nutrition, 27 bld Jean Moulin Faculté de Médecine la Timone, Laboratoire NORT, 13385, Marseille cedex 5, France.Center for Public Health Nutrition, University of Washington, Box 353410, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA.Center for Public Health Nutrition, University of Washington, Box 353410, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA. adamdrew@uw.edu.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

Language

eng

PubMed ID

29793492

Citation

Maillot, Matthieu, et al. "Beverage Consumption Patterns Among 4-19 Y Old Children in 2009-14 NHANES Show That the Milk and 100% Juice Pattern Is Associated With Better Diets." Nutrition Journal, vol. 17, no. 1, 2018, p. 54.
Maillot M, Rehm CD, Vieux F, et al. Beverage consumption patterns among 4-19 y old children in 2009-14 NHANES show that the milk and 100% juice pattern is associated with better diets. Nutr J. 2018;17(1):54.
Maillot, M., Rehm, C. D., Vieux, F., Rose, C. M., & Drewnowski, A. (2018). Beverage consumption patterns among 4-19 y old children in 2009-14 NHANES show that the milk and 100% juice pattern is associated with better diets. Nutrition Journal, 17(1), 54. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12937-018-0363-9
Maillot M, et al. Beverage Consumption Patterns Among 4-19 Y Old Children in 2009-14 NHANES Show That the Milk and 100% Juice Pattern Is Associated With Better Diets. Nutr J. 2018 05 24;17(1):54. PubMed PMID: 29793492.
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