The US Diet and the Role of Beverage Barry M. Popkin Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health and Medicine

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The US Diet and the Role of Beverage Barry M. Popkin Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health and Medicine The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Outline Major US dietary patterns Beverages and their commitment to vitality allow The refreshment board: how constituted, prepare, item The advancement of a drink direction framework Discussion of significant drink groupings Recommended Beverage designs

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Dietary Patterns in the United States The quantity of eating events is expanding! Divide sizes of real suppers devoured is expanding! Far from home eating keeps on expanding! Grown-up utilization designs contrast on weekends! The patterns toward more noteworthy utilization of calorically-sweetened refreshments proceeds!

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Why do we think about eating practices? Snacks have expanded in number essentially after some time Snacks are reliably more vitality thick and less supplement thick (calcium, fiber, folate) than dinners Snack parcel estimate: a few studies propose the normal size of a nibble stays unaltered, others recommend that it has expanded Contribution of every day calories by snacks expanded by 30% to roughly 25% of aggregate kcal in 1996

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Changes in Major Food Sources of Energy From Snacking: Young Adults Aged 19-29 Total 15.7 Desserts 23.0 Sweetened Beverages 15.7 Regular Soft Drinks Diet Soft Drinks Fruit Drinks 14.3 Alcoholic Beverages 12.5 Beer Liquor Wine 10.0 Milks 5.8 Skim ½% Whole 8.8 Salty Snack Foods 11.5 Low Fat Snack Foods High Snack Foods 5.9 Zizza et al 2001 Prev Med 32:303

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Why do we think about segment measure? Nourishment divide sizes have all the earmarks of being decidedly identified with vitality allow in kids and grown-ups Marketplace sustenance bits are reliably bigger than in the past Soft beverages are a pioneer in expanded bit sizes Energy allow emphatically connected with non-consume less calories sodas in youngsters and youths Trade-offs seen between soda pop admission and drain consumption

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Portion Sizes for Selected Foods for Individuals Aged 2 and Older, USA 1977-1998 Nielsen & Popkin 2003 JAMA 289:450-453.

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Were vital patterns found in part sizes between 1977-1998? Partitions expanding for all sustenances in all areas (aside from pizza): Salty Snacks by 93 kcals (0.6 ounces) Soft Drinks by 49 kcals (6.8 ounces) Hamburgers by 97 kcals (1.3 ounces) French Fries by 68 kcals (0.5 ounces) Mexican Food by 133 kcals (1.7 ounces)

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Trends in Total Energy Intake: The Proportion of Energy by Food Source for US Adolescents Aged 12-18 Percentage of aggregate every day kcal Nielsen et. Al. (2002). Stoutness Research 10: 370-378.

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Trends in Total Energy Intake by Location, 1977-96 Ages 12-18 Ages 19-29 '77-78 '89-91 '94-96 Nielsen et. Al. (2002). Stoutness Research 10: 370-378.

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Beverage Patterns and Trends The significant sustenance shifts: expanded calorically-sweetened refreshments; move from entire to diminished fat drains; no information on water or tea or espresso drifts yet The patterns are equivalent over all age-sex bunches yet the levels are higher in some age groupings

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Trends in Beverage Consumption Between 1977 and 2001 (the % of aggregate every day calorie admission from every drink for all Americans matured 2 and more established) Percentage of day by day calorie admission Source: Source:Nielsen & Popkin 2004 Am J Prev Med 27: 205-10. *All changes huge at the 0.01 level between 1977-78 and 1999-2001

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Trends in the Mean Percentage of Consumers, Mean Servings/Day, and Mean Portions of Specific Beverages Calorically-Sweetened drinks Milk refreshments Source: Source:Nielsen & Popkin 2004 Am J Prev Med 27: 205-10.

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Trends in Sweetened Beverages and Milk Consumption by Location 1977-96. (Every figure speaks to the % of aggregate day by day calorie allow by area and feast sort for every year) Source: Source:Nielsen & Popkin 2004 Am J Prev Med 27: 205-10.

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U.S. Drink Consumption in 1999-2001: What extent of our calories originate from every kind of refreshment? 0.3 1.0 0.5 0.3 0.9 4.8 2.7 0.3 3.5 1.6 1.2 0.6 2.0 8.3 3.8 1.1 4.9 Percentage of aggregate day by day kcal from every drink 2.6 5.0 2.5 1.6 2.4 3.4 2.2 3.9 4.6 1.2 9.8 1.2 7.0 6.9 5.0 3.0 Source:Nielsen & Popkin 2004 Am J Prev Med 27: 205-10.

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The Development of a Beverage Guidance System – future dialog not for press yet Panel: fancy for major academic figures in the dietary rules, eat less carbs and interminable malady the study of disease transmission world, corpulence, micronutrients and phytochemicals and wellbeing world, and hydration/practice physiology/caffeine world. Audit the science about every drink and consider what is thought about the medical advantages and dangers of every class of refreshments Rank request in significance the drink utilization designs

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Panel Members Ben Caballero – Professor Johns Hopkins, part all IOM slim down rules councils identified with refreshments Walt Willett – Professor Harvard, senior eating routine and ceaseless ailment disease transmission specialist George Bray – Professor LSU, real corpulence researcher Balz Frei – Professor Oregon State Univ, key researcher on micronutrients, phytochemicals and refreshments and wellbeing Lawrence Armstrong – Professor U Conn, practice physiologist, caffeine, hydration, execution researcher Barry Popkin – Panel Head: Professor UNC, count calories, heftiness, nourishment disease transmission specialist

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The Critical Health Concerns with Beverages Total refreshment requirements for survival Their vitality thickness as far as kcals/100ml Their supplement thickness regarding supplements insufficient in our eating regimen For natural product juices, IOM states we require a most extreme of 1/3 of organic products from natural product juice or 4-8 ounces for each day Their consequences for wellbeing, specifically development, stoutness, and constant illnesses

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Caloric Beverages and Weight Gain Studies of appetitive sensations (e.g hunger, completion, forthcoming utilization) bolster the view that liquids are less satisfying than strong sustenances. Indeed drinks are not satiating at all amid a particular supper and there is no vitality change Further dietary pay (vitality consumption alterations made amid the day to make up for prior admission) have been concentrated on with strong, semisolid and liquid sustenances. For liquids, remuneration is high as in negligible calorie diminishment in different sustenances happens

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Level 1: Water-fundamental for life For normal individual with 2200 kcal every day: 16-24 ounces or more for each day however this could give all refreshment needs of around 98 ounces Needed for satisfactory hydration Dehydration: hindered insight, testiness, physical work execution, expanded danger of bladder, colon, bosom malignancy

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Level 2: Tea and Coffee Tea and Coffee – chose benefits on chronics, no antagonistic wellbeing impacts as far as weight and endless maladies. The main issue is for high included cream and sugar, for example, for gourmet espressos: creature work solid for tea's defensive part against chose growths; misty advantages in people. Potential medical advantages of flavonoids in tea are indistinct Coffee: gentle energizer, some confirmation brings down danger of Type 2 diabetes Caffeine: 400 mg confine. 32 ounce constrain espresso [150 mg caffeine confine if pregnant]

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Level 3: Low Fat and Skim Milk and Soy Beverages Skim Milk – hazy advantages on weight pick up and bone thickness and breaks. Scope of meta-investigations and one late 48-week trial demonstrate no advantages for weight reduction. Critical advantages as protein hotspot for youngster direct development. Additionally real supplier of calcium and vitamin D Adult drain admission may unfavorably influence a few interminable infections (prostate tumor, ovarian growth) Current utilization designs demonstrate drain items are essential donors of numerous key supplements

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Level 4: Noncalorically-Sweetened Beverages High sweetness in these refreshments holds the likelihood that utilization of these sweet drinks may condition an inclination for sweetness Animal work recommends that modifying the capacity of the tangible properties of sustenance to anticipate the caloric results of devouring that nourishment may affect vitality control and body weight

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Level 5: Caloric Beverages with Some Nutrients Fruit juices: high in vitality content, contribute restricted supplements. IOM states that 66% of all organic product admission ought to be from natural product. Breaking point to 4-8 ounces/day Vegetable juices: less calories, critical measures of sodium Whole drain: Saturated fats are not required past early stages

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Level 5: Caloric Beverages with Some Nutrients (proceeded with) Sports drinks – diminished vitality thickness over soda pops, supportive for hydrating continuance competitors, gives little measures of key minerals Alcohol – just the ethanol advantage is clear. Direct admission (1 drink-ladies, 2 for men) connected with diminished mortality, CVD, sort II diabetes

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Level 6: Calorically-Sweetened Beverages Calorically-sweetened refreshments are connected with increment dental considerations, Type II diabetes and weight increase Animal and human research demonstrate a potential association with weight pick up however the information are not convincing yet

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What is the extent of vitality from refreshments a man ought to devour? Today 21% of kcal from refreshments. Need to decrease this level Current sustenance creation implies around 81% of our water needs should originate from drinks. This differs with products of the soil consumption designs IOM and USDA introduce one worthy feast design for individual with 2200 kcal needs. Just needs 14% of kcal from refreshments. This is 2849 ml or 98 ounces

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IOM Ideal Meal Layout of Beverages for Man with 2200 kcal Intake The extent of drink needs differs in view of eating routine [e.g., products of the soil contain water], singular needs Individuals can promptly live with no kcal in eating regimen from refreshments Clearly a few people can likewise live with high caloric admission from refreshments however the trust is to decrease impressively the av

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