Volume 17, Number 1, Janvier-Février 2010Dossier : Comment peut-on améliorer la qualité nutritionnelle des graisses animales ?
|Page(s)||17 - 21|
|Section||Nutrition – Santé|
|Published online||15 January 2010|
Les apports en lipides d’origine animale de la population française : résultats de l’étude INCA2
Observatoire des consommations alimentaires — épidémiologie nutritionnelle, PASER/DERNS/Afssa, 27-31, avenue du Général-Leclerc, 94701
Maisons-Alfort cedex, France
Using food intake data recorded by 2,624 adults (18-79 yo) and 1,455 children (3-17 yo), crossed with the nutritional food composition table (CIQUAL), animal origin fat intake was estimated. Mean total fat intake varies between 69 g/d in girls and 100 g/d in men. Animal origin fat represents, on average, between 62% in women and 66% in men of total fat intake. Animal origin fats are provided by milk and milk products for more than 60% and by meat for less than a third. Animal- and mixed origin fat decreased by 14% between INCA1 and INCA2. During the same period animal origin products (meat, milk, cheeses, etc.) consumption decreased in both children and adults. However a part of these evolutions can result from methodological differences as the best identification of added fat used for cooking or the improvements in the food identification and in the food composition table.
Key words: animal origin fat / French population / INCA2 study
© John Libbey Eurotext 2010
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