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Non-alcoholic beverage consumption in women from the Australian Longitudinal Study of Women’s Health


As the food supply has changed greatly to meet changing consumer needs and preferences, beverage consumption is an important dietary aspect to assess and track. Beverages play a substantial role in meeting total fluid intake needs and are a major contributor to overall nutrient and energy intake. This project aims to determine beverage consumption patterns using 9-15 years of ALSWH data, in order to understand how non-alcoholic beverage consumption has changed for Australian women over time. This study will provide fundamental information about beverage consumption and may assist further research in determining impact on specific health outcomes.