Figure 1.

Beverage Consumption Trends of Mexican Children, 1999-2006. * Statistically significant difference between 1999 and 2006 at P < 0.01 Note: High energy (soft drinks, sweetened tea and coffee, sweetened juice and fruit drinks, and atole); High energy some benefit (whole milk, milk flavored, fruit juice), and Low energy (sweetened diet beverages, unsweetened tea and coffee. Data weighted to be nationally representative. Total energy intake = Children aged 1-4; In 1999 = 949; In 2006 = 1070 kcal (median) Children aged 5-11; In 1999 = 1377; In 2006 = 1501 kcal (median)

Barquera et al. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:47   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-47
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