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'Surveillance System' Looks at Hawaii Residents Sugary Beverage Drinking Pattern
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Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Among US Adults in 6 States

From US CDC April 24, 2014

Introduction

Sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) intake is linked to weight gain. Our objective was to examine state-specific SSB intake and behavioral characteristics associated with SSB intake.

Methods

We used data from the 2011 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System for 38,978 adults aged 18 years or older from 6 states: Delaware, Hawaii, Iowa, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Wisconsin. Multivariate logistic regression was used to estimate adjusted odds ratios for characteristics associated with SSB intake from regular soda and fruit drinks.

Results

Overall, 23.9% of adults drank SSBs at least once a day. Odds of drinking SSBs 1 or more times per day were significantly greater among younger adults; males; non-Hispanic blacks; adults with lower education; low-income adults or adults with missing income data; adults living in Delaware, Iowa, and Wisconsin versus those living in Minnesota; adults with fruit intake of less than 1 time a day versus 1 or more times a day; adults who were physically inactive versus highly active adults; and current smokers versus nonsmokers. Odds for drinking SSBs 1 or more times per day were significantly lower among adults with 100% fruit juice intake of less than 1 time per day versus 1 or more times per day and among adults who drank alcohol versus those who did not drink alcohol.

Conclusions

SSB intake varied by states and certain sociodemographic and behavioral characteristics. States can use findings from this study to tailor efforts to decrease SSB intake and to encourage consumption of more healthful beverages (eg, water) among their high-risk populations.

By state, the prevalence of SSB intake 2 or more times per day was 14.4% for Iowa, 13.0% for Wisconsin, 10.9% for Delaware, 10.4% for Hawaii, 9.7% for Minnesota, and 8.5% for New Jersey (Table 1)....

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Characteristic Total Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Intake PValuec
n (%)b 0 Times/Day, % (SE) >0 to <1 Time/Day, % (SE) 1 to <2 Times/Day, % (SE) ≥2 Times/Day, % (SE)
Total sample (N = 38,978) 30.2 (0.5) 45.9 (0.6) 13.2 (0.4) 10.7 (0.4) NA
Hawaii 7,162 (5.8) 30.5 (0.8) 47.0 (0.9) 12.1 (0.6) 10.4 (0.6)
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