Table 3

Per capita trends (mL/day), Amount per consumer (mL/day), % Consumers. Children aged 6-11 y old. US Nationally Representative, 1989-20081.

CSFII 1989-1991

NHANES 2005-2006

NHANES 2007-2008

Per Capita Trends (mL/day)

% Cons.

Amt. Per Cons. (mL/day)

Per Capita Trends (mL/day)

% Cons.

Amt. Per Cons. (mL/day)

Per Capita Trends (mL/day)

% Cons.

Amt. Per Consumer (mL/day)


Sugar Sweetened Bev. (SSB)

304

± 22

80%

381

± 18

418*

± 21

88%*

473

± 19

468*

± 21

91%*

517

± 23

fruit drinks and soda

226

± 13

69%

330

± 12

279*

± 16

79%*

351

± 17

292*

± 16

77%*

377

± 17

low fat high sugar milk

3

± 1

2%

164

± 17

24*

± 4

12%*

193

± 14

8*†

± 1

6%*†

151

± 10

high fat high sugar milk

35

± 7

19%

183

± 17

53*

± 6

28%*

193

± 8

78*†

± 6

39%*†

203

± 12

sports drinks

5

± 0

2%

255

± 36

34*

± 5

11%*

317

± 40

36*

± 4

12%*

289

± 37

sweetened tea and coffee

33

± 6

13%

247

± 16

27

± 4

12%

224

± 23

49†

± 7

19%†

264

± 24

other sugar drinks

1

± 1

1%

172

± 79

1

± 1

1%

116

± 34

4

± 1

2%

241

± 38

Caloric Nutritional Bev. (CNB)

389

± 9

92%

423

± 10

273*

± 10

83%*

331

± 11

260*

± 12

81%*

322

± 12

high fat low sugar milk

299

± 10

84%

357

± 13

182*

± 8

67%*

273

± 9

160*

± 10

64%*

251

± 10

100% juice (fruit + vegetable)

90

± 5

46%

194

± 12

91

± 6

49%

186

± 6

100

± 10

50%

202

± 13

Low Calorie Bev. (LCB)

102

± 7

33%

306

± 21

126

± 18

44%*

286

± 29

125

± 10

43%*

290

± 14

low fat low sugar milk

53

± 2

15%

358

± 34

62

± 11

23%*

265

± 25

43

± 6

19%

229

± 20

unsweetened tea and coffee

9

± 2

5%

157

± 17

3*

± 1

2%*

192

± 64

5

± 1

3%

154

± 34

total diet drinks

41

± 7

17%

235

± 14

61

± 9

26%*

233

± 24

78*

± 7

29%*

267

± 16

diet drinks

10

± 2

5%

197

± 3

38*

± 7

17%*

225

± 25

36*

± 4

16%*

219

± 18

diet tea and coffee

31

± 6

12%

247

± 22

22

± 4

10%

228

± 28

42†

± 6

15%†

277

± 28


1 The studied sample included children aged 6-11 y old from 3 nationally representative surveys: CSFII 1989-1991, NHANES 2005-2006 and 2007-2008.

2 Differences were tested using Student's t test. Comparing with 1989: * P < 0.05, comparing with 2005: † P < 0.05.

Lasater et al. Nutrition Journal 2011 10:103   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-10-103

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