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Survey Finds That Britain Eating Healthier Than Ten Years Ago

February 9, 2010: 06:15 AM EST
Britons are eating healthier than they were a decade ago, according to a national survey of dietary patterns. The Food Standards Agency survey found that people are consuming adequate fruits and vegetables, and less saturated fat, trans fat and added sugar than they were in 2000. Adult consumption of saturated fat dropped to 12.8 percent of food energy, still above the recommended 11 percent. Intake of trans fat fell to within recommended levels at 0.8 percent. However, the survey found, intake of added sugars among the British dropped to 12.5 percent of food energy, still above the recommended 11 percent.
"National Diet and Nutrition Survey published", Food Standards Agency, February 09, 2010, © Crown copyright
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