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  1. Tonja R Nansel, PhD: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Denise L Haynie, PhD: NICHD Leah M Lipsky, PhD: NICHD Lori Laffel, MD, MPH: Joslin Diabetes Center (JDC) Sanjeev N Mehta, MD, MPH: JDC Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)

  2. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control Serum Vitamin C (mg/dl) by Salad Intake • Percent of youth with type 1 diabetes meeting 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) recommendations for fruit, vegetables and whole grains (n=252) • 2005 DGA recommendations as follows: • Fruit – 3 servings for all girls and for boys <14 years, 4 servings for boys ≥14 years • Vegetables – 4 servings for girls < 14 years, 5 servings for girls ≥14 years and for boys <14 years, 6 servings for boys ≥14 years • Whole Grains – 3 servings for all girls and for boys <14 years, 3.5 servings for boys ≥14 years JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)

  3. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control Serum Vitamin C (mg/dl) by Salad Intake Percent of energy intake from food groups among youth with type 1 diabetes (n=252) Note: Food groupings based on Nutrition Data Software for Research food categories. JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)

  4. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control Serum Vitamin C (mg/dl) by Salad Intake Mean A1c (%) by categories of fruit, vegetable, and whole grain intake among youth with type 1 diabetes (n=252) ANCOVA models for A1c adjusted for age, Tanner stage, insulin regimen, and blood glucose monitoring frequency. JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)

  5. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control Serum Vitamin C (mg/dl) by Salad Intake Mean BMI percentile by categories of fruit, vegetable, and whole grain intake among youth with type 1 diabetes (n=252) ANCOVA models for BMI percentile adjusted for Tanner stage, energy intake, and physical activity. JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)

  6. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher weight status but not glycemic control Serum Vitamin C (mg/dl) by Salad Intake BMI percentile by diet quality tertile as measured by the Nutrient Rich Foods 9.3 score in youth with type 1 diabetes (n=252) JOURNAL OFTHE ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS Nansel, et al.J AcadNutr Diet. 2012; 112 (Nov.)