Dietary Intake of Fruits, Vegetables, and Fat in Olmsted County, Minnesota

Deboer, Stephen W.; Thomas, Randal J.; Brekke, Mark J.; Brekke, Lee N.; Hoffman, Rebecca S.; Menzel, Peggy A.; Aase, Lee A.; Hayes, Sharonne N.; Kottke, Thomas E.
February 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Feb2003, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p161
Academic Journal
Assesses self-reported dietary intake in the adult population of Olmsted County, Minnesota. Finding that few individuals in Olmsted County are meeting national recommendations for intake of fruits, vegetables and dietary fat; Recommendation for more interventions to improve dietary habits in all subgroups of this community.


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