March 2012 Issue
Research Roundup: March 2012
Eating out means higher calorie intake. An assessment of peer-reviewed studies linked eating outside the home to higher total caloric intake, more calories from fat, and higher socioeconomic status in all age groups, but most notably among adolescents and young adults. Two larger studies also showed that eating outside the home contributed to a lower intake of dietary micronutrients, notably, vitamin C, calcium and iron.
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