You Are Where You Eat
Researchers from the University of Alabama-Birmingham have identified five eating patterns among Americans, which are highly influenced by eaters’ age, gender, income, region, education, and race. Led by Suzanne Judd, PhD, the team found that people in the U.S. tend to follow one of five eating patterns: Southern (fried, processed meats and sugar-sweetened beverages), Traditional (Chinese and Mexican foods, pasta dishes, soup and other mixed dishes, frozen foods and take-out), Healthy (mostly fruits, vegetables, and grains), Sweets (large portions of sweet snacks and desserts), and Alcohol (salads, proteins, and alcohol). Judd was kind enough to answer a few questions for demodirt.com about the study and its findings.
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