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Figure 1. From: Beverage consumption among European adolescents in the HELENA Study.

Per capita fluid (mL) and energy (kJ) beverage consumption patterns among European adolescents (n=2,741) aged 12.5–17.5 years.
1Includes diet drinks, unsweetened coffee, unsweetened tea, vegetable juice, other sweetened beverages, and other beverages.
2Sugar-Sweetened Beverages; includes calorically sweetened soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks.

K.J. Duffey, et al. Eur J Clin Nutr. ;66(2):244-252.
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Figure 4. From: Beverage consumption among European adolescents in the HELENA Study.

Per capita energy (kJ) beverage consumption patterns across countries among European adolescents (n=2,741) aged 12.5–17.5 years.
1Includes diet drinks, unsweetened coffee, unsweetened tea, vegetable juice, other sweetened beverages, and other beverages.
2Sugar-Sweetened Beverages; includes calorically sweetened soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks.

K.J. Duffey, et al. Eur J Clin Nutr. ;66(2):244-252.
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Figure 3. From: Beverage consumption among European adolescents in the HELENA Study.

Per capita energy (kJ) beverages consumption patterns among European adolescents (n=2,741) by gender and age.
1Includes diet drinks, unsweetened coffee, unsweetened tea, vegetable juice, other sweetened beverages, and other beverages.
2Sugar-Sweetened Beverages; includes calorically sweetened soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks.
3Per consumer estimates for energy and fluid between gender or age groups are statistically significantly different from one another, students t-test p<0.05 using Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons.

K.J. Duffey, et al. Eur J Clin Nutr. ;66(2):244-252.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Beverage consumption among European adolescents in the HELENA Study.

Per capita fluid (mL) beverage consumption patterns among European adolescents (n=2,741) by gender and age.
1Includes diet drinks, unsweetened coffee, unsweetened tea, vegetable juice, other sweetened beverages, and other beverages.
2Sugar-Sweetened Beverages; includes calorically sweetened soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks.
3Per consumer estimates for energy and fluid between gender or age groups are statistically significantly different from one another, students t-test p<0.05 using Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons.

K.J. Duffey, et al. Eur J Clin Nutr. ;66(2):244-252.

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