Weekday snacking prevalence, frequency, and energy contribution have increased while foods consumed during snacking have shifted among Australian children and adolescents: 1995, 2007 and 2011-12 National Nutrition Surveys

Flávia Fayet-Moore*, Véronique Peters, Andrew McConnell, Peter Petocz, Alison L. Eldridge

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