Changes in Children's Total Fat Intakes and Their Food Group Sources of Fat, 1989-91 Versus 1994-95: Implications for Diet Quality

Morton, Joan F.; Guthrie, Joanne F.
September 1998
Family Economics & Nutrition Review;1998, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p44
Academic Journal
Focuses on a study that compares total fat intakes of children two to 17 years old in 1989-91 to intakes in 1994-95 to determine if improvement took place. Methods; Results; Discussion and conclusions.


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