Are sit-down restaurant, fast food and cafe usage independently associated with diet and obesity?

Tarra Penney, N Jones, Jean Adams, E Maguire, Thomas Burgoine & Pablo Monsivais
Background Frequency of eating away-from-home has been associated with reduced intakes of healthy nutrients and foods and increased body weight. However, examining independent links between the use of different retail locations, overall diet quality and measured obesity status are needed. Methods A cross-sectional analysis of repeated cross-sectional data for 2083 adults from the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey. Using 4-day unweighed food diaries participants recorded foods, drinks and eating location. Height and weight were...
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