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Quality of Meals Consumed by US Adults at Full-Service and Fast-Food Restaurants, 2003–2016: Persistent Low Quality and Widening Disparities

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posted by Research Admin 1 on 7 February 2020

This research reports on the propensity and unhealthy dietary outcomes of eating out. The authors conclude that strategies are required to improve the poor nutritional quality of meals provided at both both fast food and full service reastaurants in the US.

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Junxiu Liu, Colin D Rehm, Renata Micha and Dariush Mozaffarian. Quality of Meals Consumed by US Adults at Full-Service and Fast-Food Restaurants, 2003–2016: Persistent Low Quality and Widening Disparities. The Journal of Nutrition, 2020