I’ve collected five more studies funded directly or indirectly by food companies or trade associations, with results useful for marketing purposes. This brings the total to 105 that I’ve noticed since last March versus only 9 with results that must have disappointed the sponsors.
Canned Vegetable and Fruit Consumption Is Associated with Changes in Nutrient Intake and Higher Diet Quality in Children and Adults: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2001-2010. Marjorie R. Freedman, PhD; Victor L. Fulgoni III, PhD. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2015 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2015.10.013.
Conclusions: Results suggest CVþCF consumption was associated with higher intake of select nutrients, a higher-quality diet, and comparable adiposity measures and blood pressure.
Funding for this project was received from the Canned Food Alliance. As senior vice president at Nutrition Impact, LLC, V. L. Fulgoni III provides food and nutrition consulting and database analyses for various members of the food and beverage industry. No potential conflict of interest was reported by M. R. Freedman.
Regular Fat and Reduced Fat Dairy Products Show Similar Associations with Markers of Adolescent Cardiometabolic Health. O’Sullivan, T.A.; Bremner, A.P.; Mori, T.A., Beilin, L.J., Wilson, C., Hafekost, K., Ambrosini, G.L., Huang, R.C., Oddy, W.H..Nutrients 2016, 8, 22.
Conclusion: Although regular fat dairy was associated with a slightly …