This research article investigates the declining intakes of vitamin C in the diets of children and adults in the United States from 1999 to 2018. The study, based on data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, highlights how low consumption of fruits and vegetables has led to suboptimal levels of several micronutrients, with a particular focus on vitamin C. Read the full article here.
This research article identifies the most economically efficient strategies for enhancing the consumption of under-consumed food groups and nutrients within the United States. It reaches conclusions regarding the specific foods and food groups that effectively raise the intake of these under-consumed nutrients, ultimately promoting healthy dietary habits while minimizing costs. Read the full article here.