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Factors affecting grains consumption: The evidence from NHANES survey data

Factors affecting grains consumption: The evidence from NHANES survey data

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  1. Factors affecting grains consumption: The evidence from NHANES survey data Lisa Mancino, ERS-USDA Andrea Carlson, CNPP-USDA

  2. National Health and Nutrition Exam Survey Collected by CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics • First collected in 1960. Became ‘continuous’ in 1999 • For any given year is ~ 5,000 people around the US (15 counties each year) • Oversamples: Certain age groups: 12-19, 60+ Specific minorities: African Americans, Mexican Americans Low income persons (< 130% of poverty level) Pregnant women

  3. NHANES 1999-2001

  4. NHANES (1999-2000)

  5. NHANES (1999-2000) Provides a snap shot of consumption: What When Where Who

  6. WhatDietary Patterns Servings, cups or ounces Proposed Recommended Intake* Average Intake *US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee

  7. WhatBroad Categories

  8. What Specific foods

  9. What Whole Grains

  10. When% All Grains (% of all calories) Brunch (15%) Breakfast (35%) Dinner Snack Lunch (26%) (23%)

  11. WhenWhole Grains Brunch Dinner Breakfast Lunch Snack

  12. WhereSpecific Places: % of All Grains (% of all calories) 9.1% (9%) 7.2% (9%) 4.9% (5%) 14.8% (15%) 64% (62%) Home Work RestaurantFast Food All Others

  13. WhoBy types of grains reported 1.6 0.97 5.7 5.7 5.8 Number of Servings Whole Grains All other Grains

  14. Who Do the amounts and types of grains consumed vary by • Socioeconomic factors Income, Marital status, Education, Ethnicity • Biological factors Gender, Age, Body weight, • Lifestyle factors Physical Activity, meal patterns, health behaviors, diet history

  15. WhoSocioeconomic factors

  16. WhoBiological Factors

  17. WhoLifestyle Factors

  18. WhoLifestyle Factors

  19. So…. Can we say anything about shifts in grain consumption? • Changing Demographics • Age • Ethnicity [whole grains] (adults) • Education [whole grains] (adults) • Income (children) • Changing diets and lifestyles • More health conscious ?

  20. For More Information ERS-www.ers.usda.gov CNPP-www.cnpp.usda.gov NHANES-www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes.htm Lisa-Lmancino@ers.usda.gov Andi-Andi.carlson@cnpp.usda.gov

  21. The End