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|Title:||Changes In Beverage Consumption Among Adolescents From Public Schools In The First Decade Of The Century Xxi|
|Title Alternative:||Modificações No Consumo De Bebidas De Adolescentes De Escolas Públicas Na Primeira Década Do Século Xxi|
De Vasconcelos T.M.
|Abstract:||To evaluate the changes in beverage consumption among adolescents between 2003 and 2008. Methods: Two school-based cross-sectional studies were carried out with public school students (12 to 19 years-old) from Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Data from three food records were used to estimate daily, weekdays and weekend average consumption (volume and percent contribution for total daily energy intake) of milk and milk-based beverages, sugar sweetened beverages, fresh squeezed fruit juices, caffeinated and alcoholic beverages. Beverage consumption age-adjusted means for weekdays and weekends were compared using linear regression (Generalized Linear Models – GLM). Results: A total of 433 adolescents were examined in 2003, and 510 in 2008. The prevalence of overweight was 17% in 2003 and 22% in 2008 (p > 0.05). Milk was the most consumed beverage, being reported by 89% of adolescents, followed by sodas (75%). In general, in the five-year period, there was an increase in the prevalence of consumption of alcoholic drinks, guarana syrup refreshment, and processed fruit drinks, especially on weekdays. The soft drink was the largest contributor to the total energy consumption, corresponding on average to 4% of daily energy intake. Conclusion: The main changes in the beverage consumption among adolescents from Niterói, in the first decade of the XXI century, were the tendency to reduce the consumption of milk and the increase in the consumption of processed and alcoholic beverages. © 2016, Assocaicao Brasileira de Pos, Gradacao em Saude Coletiva. All rights reserved.|
Serial Cross-sectional Studies
|Editor:||Assocaicao Brasileira de Pos, Gradacao em Saude Coletiva|
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