Quality of U.S. diet shows improvement

Quality of U.S. diet shows improvement

Food introduction in the first year of age could be the key to improving U.S. diets.

ALTHOUGH the dietary quality among Americans has improved slowly in recent years, the overall dietary quality still remains at a poor level and broad differences between socioeconomic and racial/ethnic groups continue, according to a new study from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).

"The study provides the most direct evidence to date that the extensive efforts by many groups and individuals to improve U.S. dietary quality are having some payo

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