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Highlights from the August 2006 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

ple consuming various foods and beverages and the average amount of foods and beverages they consumed was determined along with their average nutrient intakes.

Compared with participants consuming a high-energy-dense diet, those with a low-energy-dense diet consumed fewer calories but ate more food, by weight, from most food groups. Those eating the low-energy-dense diet included more foods that were high in micronutrients and water but low in fat, such as fruits and vegetables, fewer non-water beverages and higher intakes of several important micronutrients including vitamins A, C and B6, folate, iron, calcium and potassium.

The researchers conclude that a low-energy-dense eating plan "allows individuals to reduce their energy intake without necessarily decreasing the amount of food they consume or compromising their dietary quality." To achieve a low-energy-dense diet, the researchers recommend eating a variety of fruits and vegetables; low-fat and reduced-fat dairy products, grains, meat and meat alternatives."

Additional research articles in the August Journal of the American Dietetic Association include:

  • "The Use of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) for Dietary Self-Monitoring Does Not Improve the Validity of Self-Reports of Energy Intake"
  • "Comparative Strategies for Using Cluster Analysis to Assess Dietary Patterns"
  • "Using Recall Cues to Improve Measurement of Dietary Intakes with a Food Frequency Questionnaire in an Ethnically Diverse Population: An Exploratory Study"
  • "An Enteric Coated High-Buffered Pancrelipase Reduces Steatorrhea in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Study."


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Contact: Jennifer Starkey
jstarkey@eatright.org
312-899-4802
American Dietetic Association
1-Aug-2006


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