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Beverages consumption and their contribution to total daily energy intake in toddlers


Rumbak, Ivana; Ištvanić, Tea; Kunić, Tihana; Petrčić, Kristina; Colić Barić, Irena
Beverages consumption and their contribution to total daily energy intake in toddlers // Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism / Boeing, Heiner ; Oberritter, Helmut ; Daniel, Hannelore (ur.).
Berlin, Njemačka: Karger, 2015. str. 186-186 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


Naslov
Beverages consumption and their contribution to total daily energy intake in toddlers

Autori
Rumbak, Ivana ; Ištvanić, Tea ; Kunić, Tihana ; Petrčić, Kristina ; Colić Barić, Irena

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism / Boeing, Heiner ; Oberritter, Helmut ; Daniel, Hannelore - : Karger, 2015, 186-186

ISBN
9783318056310

Skup
12th European Nutrition Conference (FENS)

Mjesto i datum
Berlin, Njemačka, 20-23.10.2015

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Obesity; toddlers; sugar-sweetened beverages; energy intake

Sažetak
Introduction: Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) has consistently been associated with increased energy intake and is thought to play a role in the aetiology of obesity. Lately, the number of studies about the excessive intake of sweetened beverages, as a source of empty calories in toddlers, is increasing. Objectives: The aim of this study is to identify beverages intake pattern and their share in total daily energy intake in toddlers. Methods: Data from three non-consecutive food records were used to assess average dietary pattern among 96 toddlers (aged 1-3 years, 46 females and 50 males). For the purpose of this analysis, beverages were classified into 5 main groups: water, hot tea (no added sugar), non-flavoured milk, fruit juice (100%) and sugar-sweetened beverages. SSBs were further categorised into carbonated soft drink + fruit-drink, hot tea (sweetened) and flavoured milk. Results: Analysis of data showed that milk was mostly consumed beverage in toddler’s diet (225.43 ± 165.52 mL/day). The second and the third most consumed beverage groups were water and carbonated soft drink + fruit-drink, while fruit juice (100%) was the least consumed beverage. Approximately 22% reported no SSB consumption on either study day and about 78% of toddlers were SSB consumers. Out of 96 participants, 45% of participants reported SSB consumption in each of the three food records. There was statistically significant difference in sweetened beverages consumption between younger (12-24 months) and older (24-36 months) toddlers (p < 0.001). Conclusion: SSB contributed a substantial amount of energy to the diet of participants in our study. For that reason, interventions such as education and setting national guidelines about beverages consumption are necessary since current Croatian dietary recommendation doesn't include any recommendation about beverages intake pattern.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
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Ustanove
Prehrambeno-biotehnološki fakultet, Zagreb