Further Reading

Alexy U, Sichert-Hellert W, and Kersting M (2003) Associations between intake of added sugars and intakes of nutrients and food groups in the diets of German children and adolescents. British Journal of Nutrition 90: 441-447.

Cruz JA (2000) Dietary habits and nutritional status in adolescents over Europe-Southern Europe. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 54(supplement 1): S29-S35.

Deckelbaum RJ and Williams CL (2001) Childhood obesity: the health issue. Obesity Research 9(supplement 4): 239S-243S.

Frary CD, Johnson RK, and Wang MQ (2004) Children and adolescents' choices of foods and beverages high in added sugars are associated with intakes of key nutrients and food groups. Journal of Adolescent Health 34: 56-63.

Gregory JR, Lowe S, Bates CJ et al. (2000) National Diet and Nutrition Survey: Young People Aged 4 to 18 Years. London: The Stationery Office.

Lambert J, Agostoni C, Elmadfa I et al. (2004) Diet intake and nutritional status of children and adolescents in Europe. British Journal of Nutrition 92(supplement 2): S147-S211.

Ruxton CHS, Storer H, Thomas B, and Talbot D (2000) Teenagers and young adults. In: Thomas B (ed.) Manual of Dietetic Practice, 2nd ed, pp. 256-262. UK: Blackwells: Oxford.

Serra-Majem L (2001) Vitamin and mineral intakes in European children. Is food fortification needed? Public Health Nutrition 4: 101-107.

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