Year of publication
Three 24 hours recall, One food frequency
Age group of participant
Intake of ultra-processed foods among adolescents from low-and middle-income families in Delhi/Indian Pediatr
Assess the contribution of ultra-processed foods to the macronutrient intake of adolescents from low- and middle-income families in Delhi.
The mean energy intake from ultra-processed foods was 371 kcal (16.2%) of the total energy intake. The mean intake of macronutrients from ultra-processed foods was 7.1 g (16.3%) fat, 78.9 g (18.6%) carbohydrate and 4.8 g (10.9%) protein. Children from middle-income families consumed significantly higher (P<0.05) amounts of macronutrients coming from ultra-processed foods, as compared to those from low-income families.
Jain A, Mathur P.