Away-from-home foods increasingly important to quality of American diet
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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ERS in Washington, DC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Diet -- United States.,
  • Nutrition surveys -- United States.,
  • Food consumption -- United States.,
  • Nutrition -- United States.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesAway from home foods increasingly important to quality of American diet.
StatementBiing-Hwan Lin, Joanne Guthrie, Elizabeth Frazão.
SeriesAgriculture information bulletin -- no. 749., Economic Research Service report, Economic Research Service report
ContributionsGuthrie, Joanne, Frazão, Elizabeth., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18140350M

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Between and , home foods significantly improved their nutritional quality, more so than away-from-home foods, which typically contained more of the nutrients overconsumed (fat and saturated fat) and less of the nutrients underconsumed (calcium, fiber, Cited by: Between and , home foods significantly improved their nutritional quality, more so than away-from-home foods, which typically contained more of the nutrients overconsumed (fat and saturated fat) and less of the nutrients underconsumed (calcium, fiber. Get this from a library! Away-from-home foods increasingly important to quality of American diet. [Biing-Hwan Lin; Joanne Guthrie; Elizabeth Frazão; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.]. Between and , home foods significantly improved their nutritional quality, more so than away-from-home foods, which typically contained more of the nutrients overconsumed (fat and saturated fat) and less of the nutrients under-consumed (calcium, fiber, and iron) by Americans.

Between and , home foods significantly improved their nutritional quality, more so than away-from-home foods, which typically contained more of the nutrients overconsumed (fat and saturated fat) and less of the nutrients underconsumed (calcium, fiber, and iron) by Americans. Incorporating Away–From–Home Food into a Healthy Eating Plan Summary In our often time-pressed society, convenience is a way of life for many individuals. Foods and meals prepared outside of the home are an increasingly important part of the American diet. This is a trend that has coincided with a dramatic rise in the prevalence of obesity. Food away from home (FAFH) has become increasingly integral to the American diet. In , the share of Americans’ food budget for FAFH—reaching 50 percent (up from 41 percent in )—surpassed the share for food at home (FAH) for the first prideinpill.com by: 2. Trends in Food Locations and Sources among Adolescents and Young Adults Frazao, E, Guthrie, J, Away from home foods increasingly important to quality of American diet. Agricultural Information Bulletin No. , US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, DC. E Frazao, J GuthrieContribution of away from.

Jun 25,  · Away-from-home foods increasingly important to quality of American diet Agricultural Information Bulletin no. Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture: Washington, DC Cited by: INTRODUCTION One of the most notable changes in the food habits of Americans has been the shift away from home-prepared food. 1 Increasingly, even meals consumed at home may be purchased from a restaurant or fast-food establishment to take home (take-out) or be delivered. 2 In ,the portion of the food dollar spent on food prepared away from home reached %, the highest point Cited by: Away-from-home foods have more calories, salt, sugar, and fat and provide fewer fruits and vegetables than recommended by national nutrition guidelines; thus, frequent consumption of away-from-home foods contributes to obesity, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, and prideinpill.com: Deborah A. Cohen, Rajiv Bhatia. Jul 05,  · Lin B, Frazao E, Guthrie J. Away-from-home foods increasingly important to quality of American diets. Agricultural Information Bulletin, vol. Washington, DC: United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service; Cited by: