Whole fruit consumption up in children but 100% OJ may play a role in addressing remaining nutrient shortfalls, new study shows

The researchers suggest that a possible strategy to decrease inadequate intake of calcium, potassium, and phosphorus is to increase the consumption of 100% orange juice and other 100% fruit juice and decrease the consumption of sweetened beverages and coffee/tea.

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