Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1-4 (2008-12).

Jean M. Adams, Louis Goffe, Tamara Brown, Amelia Lake, C. D. (Carolyn) Summerbell, Martin White, Wendy Wrieden, Ashley J. Adamson

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    Abstract

    Food prepared out-of-home tends to be less healthful than food prepared at home, with a positive association between frequency of consumption and both fat intake and body fatness. There is little current data on who eats out-of-home food. We explored frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home, using data from a large, UK, population representative study.
    Original languageEnglish
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    JournalThe international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity
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    Publication statusPublished - 16 Apr 2015

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