Study Title and Description
Is sugar-sweetened beverage consumption associated with increased fatness in children?
Key Questions Addressed
|2||What is the relationship between low-calorie sweeteners and body weight and composition in prospective observational cohort studies?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Is sugar-sweetened beverage consumption associated with increased fatness in children?|
|Author||Johnson L., Mander AP., Jones LR., Emmett PM., Jebb SA.|
|Country||MRC Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge, United Kingdom. email@example.com|
|Year||-- Not Found --|
Pubmed ID: 17616342
Secondary Publication Information
There are currently no secondary publications defined for this study.
Extraction Form: Extraction form for prospective observational studies
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|Question... Follow Up||Answer||Follow-up Answer|
|Author, year||Johnson, 2007 (7-y-olds)|
|Cohort name||Children In Focus (CIF)|
|Baseline age, y||7|
|Follow-up, y (between diet and outcome)||2|
|Children/ adolescents (C) or adults (A)||C|
|Other population characteristics||7y-old children randomly selected from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children|
|Author-defined exposure||Baseline low energy beverage intake (reduced sugar or sugar-free fruit squashes, cordials, and diet fizzy drinks)|
|Assigned exposure||LCS beverage intake|
|Beverage (B), Food (F), or Supplement (S)||B|
|Exposure assessment method||24h recalls|
|Diet assessment method||3-d food records|
|Year diet assessed||1999|
|Analytic cohort no.||471|
|Sex (M, F)||MF (no. NR)|
|Author-defined outcome 1||Change in fat mass|
|Author-defined outcome 2|
|Assigned outcome 1||Body fat change|
|Assigned outcome 2|
|β1 for Δ in outcome per unit increase in baseline exposure||0.03|
|β2 for Δ in outcome per unit increase in baseline exposure|
|SE1 for β (baseline exposure)||0.076|
|SE2 for β (baseline exposure)|
|t-statistic (baseline exposure and outcome)||NA|
|β for Δ in outcome per unit change in exposure overtime||NA|
|SE for β (change in exposure overtime)||NA|
|t-statistic (baseline exposure and outcome overtime)||NA|
|Highest Q intake||NA|
|Q1 change in outcome||NA|
|Q1 SD change in outcome||NA|
|Highest Q mean change in outcome||NA|
|Highest Q SD change in outcome||NA|
|RR (highest vs. lowest)||NA|
|LL (highest vs. lowest)||NA|
|UL (highest vs. lowest)||NA|
|Statistical adjustments||Sex, BMI, television watching, maternal education, paternal class, maternal BMI, paternal BMI, misreporting energy intake, dietary energy density, % energy from fat, fiber density, and height at age 9y|
|Baseline BMI/ weight-adjusted||Y|
|Notes||Converted 95% CIs for beta-estimates to SEs|
No baseline characteristics have been defined for this extraction form.
Results & Comparisons
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|Arm or Total||Title||Description||Comments|
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