Number Of Daily Meals And Snacks Contributes Most To Increase In Kilocalories Consumed By US Adults

Friday, Jan. 27th 2012 6:40 AM

The energy density of food and drink, portion size, and the number of meals and snacks per day have all been linked to increases in the average daily total energy intake of US adults over the past 30 years, but increases in the number of eating occasions and in portion size have accounted for most of this increase: energy density of food consumed may have actually slightly decreased.

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