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BMC Nutrition

, 3:52

Nutritional interventions, policies and public health

Abstract

BackgroundWith the increased consumption of mixed dishes, the need for more precise quantitative data on individual food components is becoming more important. This paper aims to examine the consumption of meat, poultry, and fish before and after disaggregation of mixed dishes, and its contribution to energy and nutrient intakes in a representative sample of Australians.

MethodsThis study utilised a 24-h recall of 12,153 people aged two years and over participating in the 2011–12 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey. Consumption of meat-poultry-fish was examined before and after disaggregation of mixed dishes where all meat products and mixed dishes were separated into individual food components. Comparison between these two methods was undertaken for consumption data and contribution to energy and nutrient intakes, reported by meat type.

ResultsDisaggregation of mixed dishes resulted in lower estimated intakes of red meat 9%, poultry 25%, and fish 18% but higher estimates of processed meat 17%. Meat-poultry-fish contributed approximately 25% of total energy intake, 49% protein, 29% saturated fat, 26% iron, and 38% of zinc intake after disaggregation, which was significantly higher than their contributions reflected in survey data containing mixed dishes. Per-capita consumption of all meat-poultry-fish was 118 g-day for children and 162 g-day for adults, with chicken and beef being the highest contributors.

ConclusionThese findings provide a detailed picture of meat-poultry-fish consumption in Australia, and emphasise the need for population studies to disaggregate reported food information to provide a more precise estimate of consumption.

KeywordsMeat Nutrients National nutrition survey Food disaggregation Food consumption AbbreviationsABSAustralian bureau of statistics

AGHEAustralian guidelines of healthy eating

FSANZFood standards Australia and New Zealand

NNPAS2011–12 National nutrition and physical activity survey of Australia

SEIFASocio-economic index of disadvantage for areas

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-s40795-017-0171-1 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Zhixian Sui - David Raubenheimer - Anna Rangan

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