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Table 3 Percent of children consuming different beverage types on a given day, NHANES 2011–2014

From: Ethnic disparities of beverage consumption in infants and children 0–5 years of age; National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2011 to 2014

  0–5 months
(n = 233)
6–11 months
(n = 301)
12–23 months
(n = 397)
2–3 years
(n = 839)
4–5 years
(n = 675)
Mean ± SEM Mean ± SEM Mean ± SEM Mean ± SEM Mean ± SEM
100% Juice1 10.13a ± 1.96 38.78b ± 3.68 58.23c ± 3.48 53.97c ± 2.37 49.05c ± 3.26
Water2 24.69a ± 4.45 61.88b ± 2.92 77.46c ± 2.83 82.18c ± 1.55 79.23c ± 2.30
Milk3 0.73a ± 0.54 17.47b ± 3.09 90.86c ± 1.97 87.49c ± 1.47 82.74c ± 2.13
Diet Beverages4 0a ± 0 0a ± 0 2.11ab ± 1.08 3.51b ± 0.93 5.07b ± 0.79
Sweetened Beverages5 0.66a ± 0.52 5.05b ± 1.00 30.97c ± 3.73 40.19cd ± 3.04 51.32d ± 3.83
Coffee and Tea6 0a ± 0 0.55a ± 0.56 7.25b ± 1.70 8.94b ± 1.41 8.37b ± 1.35
  1. Data based on Day 1 dietary recalls
  2. SEM, Standard Error of the Mean. 1) 100% Juice includes: citrus, apple, other fruit, vegetable, baby juice. 2) Water includes: tap, bottled, flavored, carbonated, enhanced, fortified, baby water. 3) Milk includes: milk, flavored milk, milk shakes, dairy drinks, milk substitutes. 4) Diet Beverages includes: diet soft drinks, diet sport drinks, diet energy drinks, other diet drinks. 5) Sugar Sweetened Beverages includes: soft drinks, fruit drinks, sport drinks, energy drinks, nutritional beverages. 6) Coffee and Tea includes: coffee, tea. a,b,c,d Means sharing the same superscripts are not significantly different across ages, p < 0.01