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Table 4 Amount of milk consumed on a given day by milk-type and age, 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)
Grams1 ± SEM Grams1 ± SEM Grams1 ± SEM Grams1 ± SEM Grams1 ± SEM
Milk, whole 3.15a ± 3.12 53.90b ± 11.80 345.60c ± 26.68 99.12d ± 12.66 57.16b ± 12.68
Milk, reduced fat 0.11a ± 0.11 11.79b ± 3.32 90.49c ± 13.00 150.07d ± 12.46 105.44c ± 8.19
Milk, lowfat 0a ± 0 3.56ab ± 1.98 15.35bc ± 5.14 34.12c ± 6.51 45.46bc ± 15.51
Milk, nonfat 0a ± 0 0.02a ± 0.02 2.25ab ± 1.28 19.58b ± 6.98 17.98b ± 5.74
Flavored Milk, whole 0a ± 0 0.34a ± 0.34 8.23ab ± 4.08 10.79b ± 2.77 20.85b ± 5.88
Flavored Milk, reduced fat 0a ± 0 1.29a ± 1.23 1.07a ± 0.76 31.36b ± 7.71 28.89b ± 5.22
Flavored Milk, lowfat 0a ± 0 0a ± 0 0a ± 0 11.96b ± 3.06 8.53b ± 2.49
Flavored Milk, nonfat 0a ± 0 0a ± 0 0a ± 0 4.97b ± 1.60 8.69b ± 2.66
Dairy Drinks and Substitutes 0a ± 0 5.35ab ± 5.14 22.22b ± 6.44 13.87b ± 3.32 11.22b ± 3.72
  1. Data based on Day 1 dietary recalls
  2. SEM Standard Error of the Mean. 1). One cup of milk is equivalent to 244 g. a,b,c,d Means sharing the same superscripts are not significantly different across ages, p < 0.01. Dairy drinks and substitutes includes milk substitutes, milk shakes, and other dairy drinks