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App. E-2.39a: Evidence Portfolio - 2015 Advisory Report - health.gov

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...evidence shows that consumption of coffee within the moderate range (3 to 5 cups/d...adults. DGAC Grade: Strong Key Findings Coffee consumption was associated with reduced

Subcommittee 5 Literature List - DGAC Meeting 5 - health.gov

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Safety Coffee/Caffeine What is the relationship between usual coffee/caffeine...Total Mortality Je Y, Giovannucci E. Coffee consumption and total mortality: a

Subcommittee 5 Literature List - DGAC Meeting 4 - health.gov

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Safety Coffee/Caffeine What is the relationship between usual coffee/caffeine...Systematic Reviews Total Mortality Coffee consumption and total mortality: a

2005 DGAC report - Table E-3. Estimated Caloric Content of Alcoholic Beverages

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...juice) 6 oz. 4 421 B-52++ (Kahlua coffee liqueur, amaretto almond liqueur, Bailey's...sugar) 10.4 oz. 3 384 Irish Coffee++ (Irish whiskey, coffee, sugar, whipped cream)

App. E-2.7: Major categories and subcategories used in DGAC analyses of WWEIA Food Categories - 2015 Advisory Report - health.gov

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Milk and 100% Fruit Juice) COFFEE AND TEA 7302 Coffee BEVERAGES (Not Incl. Milk...Milk and 100% Fruit Juice) COFFEE AND TEA 7304 Tea BEVERAGES (Not Incl. Milk and

Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2005, Nutrition Service Providers Guide Part 2

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Apple Raisin Crisp, Fat-free Milk + Coffee/Tea 2 oz-equivalents (1 small roll)...+ Graham Crackers, Fat-free Milk + Coffee/Tea 2 oz-equivalents (½ cup rice) (2

2005 DGAC report - Part C. Methodology

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...placed. For example, the coffee category includes coffee with milk or other combinations...combinations and does not break down into the coffee and milk categories, as in the Cotton

App. E-2.12: Percent of total energy intake, 2009-2010, for age/income groups of the U.S. population, from WWEIA Food Categories - 2015 Advisory Report - health.gov

https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015-scientific-report/data-table-11.asp

DIET BEVERAGES** 6.39 10.99 8.64 8.60 COFFEE AND TEA 0.45 1.17 1.79 1.49 ALCOHOLIC...DIET BEVERAGES** 4.96 8.96 4.91 5.33 COFFEE AND TEA 0.34 1.36 1.53 1.40 ALCOHOLIC