Strategies to Limit Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption in Young Children: Proceedings of a Workshop
On June 21–22, 2017, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Food and Nutrition Board convened a workshop in Washington, DC. This Proceedings of a Workshop summarizes the presentations and discussions that took place including: prevalence and trends in beverage intake among young children; strategies to limit sugar sweetened beverage consumption and their effectiveness; beverage intake guidelines applicable to the age range of interest; challenges and opportunities of influencing beverage consumption; the role of industry in sugar-sweetened beverage intake; and knowledge gaps and research needs to inform future policies, programs and strategies.
January 1, 2017
Konopasek N, Quirk M
Children's Service/Child Care, Community-at-large, Grocery/Retail, Home, Mobile Vending, Restaurant/Food Service Premise, School
Infant, Toddler (1-3), Children (4-11)
Sugar-Sweetened Beverages or Energy Drinks
body mass index, breastfeeding, childcare, childhood obesity, children, chronic disease prevention, dietary intake, energy drinks, food marketing, nutrients, nutrition guidelines, policy, program, program planning and evaluation, retail, school, social determinants of health, social marketing, sugar, sugar-sweetened beverages, tax