Introduction. Excess sugar consumption is linked to several mental health conditions. Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) and 100% fruit juice contain similar amounts of sugar per serving, yet prior studies examining sugary beverages and mental health are limited to SSBs. Of those, few have assessed potential modifiers such as sex. Methods. We examined the association between daily consumption of fruit juice and SSBs with poor mental health by using data from the 2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. We used Poisson regression models with clustered-robust standard errors to measure the association between SSB and fruit juice consumption (none, >0 to <1, and â‰¥1 times per day) and experiencing 14 or more days of poor mental health in the past month, adjusting for sociodemographic characteristics. We used an F test of joint significance to assess effect modification by sex for SSB and fruit juice analyses. Results. Consuming SSBs 1 or more times per...
Association between consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and 100% fruit juice with poor mental health among US adults in 11 US states and the district of Columbia.
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Freije, S. L., Senter, C. C., Avery, A. D., Hawes, S. E., Jones-Smith, J. C.; Association between consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages and 100% fruit juice with poor mental health among US adults in 11 US states and the district of Columbia.. IFIS Food and Health Sciences Database 2022; doi:
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