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Use of fat-modified food products to change dietary fat intake of young people

Use of fat-modified food products to change dietary fat intake of young people

American Journal of Public Health 80(11): 1374-1376

Food purchasing and preparation practices were modified in two boarding high schools to increase the polyunsaturated-to-saturated fat ratio (P/S) of the diet of students by changing food products rather than attempting to change eating behaviors. During years when fat-modified products were served, the P/S of males increased by 75 percent, versus a decrease of 6 percent during control years. For females, P/S increased by 53 percent during intervention years, versus an increase of 6 percent during control years.

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PMID: 2240309

DOI: 10.2105/ajph.80.11.1374

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