Background and Aim Dietary habits evolve over time, being influenced by many factors and complex interactions. This work aimed at evaluating the updated information on food group consumption in Italy. Methods and Results A total of 8944 (4768 women and 4176 men) participants aged >18 years from all over Italy recruited in 2010â 13 (Italian Nutrition & HEalth Survey, INHES) was analyzed. The recruitment was performed using computer-assisted-telephone-interviewing and one-day 24-hÂ dietary recall retrieved from all participants. The updated, second version, of FoodEx2 food classification system was applied to extract data on food group consumption. The participation rate was 53%; 6.2% of the participants declared to follow a special diet, the most prevalent being hypo-caloric diets (55.7% of special diets). Men compared to women presented significantly higher intakes of â grains and grain-based productsâ , â meat and meat productsâ , â animal and vegetable fats and oils and primary derivativesâ and â alcoholic beveragesâ (P for allÂ
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