Soft drinks, sweets, and sugar - tracking and lifestyle: The Oslo Youth Study

Master thesis English OPEN
Nymoen, Lena Lie;
(2008)

Background: Sugar intake has increased substantially in most parts of the world over the past 50 years. Soft drinks seem to be the largest contributor to this increase. A high intake of sugar is correlated with tooth decay, and has been linked to the risk of becoming ov... View more
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    2.5 Association of demographic and health-related variables with soft drink, sweet, and sugar intake ................................................................................................................................... 25 5.6 Association of demographic and health-related variables with soft drink, sweet, and sugar intake ................................................................................................................................... 57 5.6.1 Association of demographic and health-related variables with soft drink intake at age 40 years……. ................................................................................................................................................ 57 5.6.2 Association of demographic and health-related variables with sweet intake at age 40 years ... 58 5.6.3 Association of demographic and health-related variables with sugar intake at age 40 years ... 59 6.

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