What Parents Think about Giving Nonnutritive Sweeteners to Their Children: A Pilot Study
Parental ability to recognize foods and beverages () containing nonnutritive sweeteners. Recognition of NNS varied based on the type of food and beverage presented (). Participants generally recognized NNS with higher frequency in beverages, condiments, desserts, and yogurts, while NNS in grains, canned goods, and other foods were more frequently overlooked. Each black dot corresponds to individual food or beverage items within each category.
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