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Past-month vitamin and mineral supplements consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 1 and over
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Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Reported occasion of food consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 1 and over
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Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Location profile of food preparation, by age group and sex, household population aged 1 and over
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Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Percentage of total energy intake from fat, by dietary age-sex reference intake group, household population aged 4 and over
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Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Population with usual intake of percentage of total energy intake from fat below or above Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range, household population aged 4 and over, Canada1
CANSIM table
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PDF table

Percentage of total energy intake from protein, by dietary age-sex reference intake group, household population aged 4 and over
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Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Population with usual intake of percentage of total energy intake from protein below or above Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range, household population aged 4 and over, Canada1
CANSIM table
HTML table
PDF table

Percentage of total energy intake from carbohydrates, by dietary age-sex reference intake group, household population aged 4 and over
CANSIM table

Canada, HTML table, PDF table
Newfoundland and Labrador, HTML table, PDF table
Prince Edward Island, HTML table, PDF table
Nova Scotia, HTML table, PDF table
New Brunswick, HTML table, PDF table
Quebec, HTML table, PDF table
Ontario, HTML table, PDF table
Manitoba, HTML table, PDF table
Saskatchewan, HTML table, PDF table
Alberta, HTML table, PDF table
British Columbia, HTML table, PDF table

Population with usual intake of percentage of total energy intake from carbohydrates below or above Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range, household population aged 4 and over, Canada1
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HTML table
PDF table

Tables

Table 1. Average daily calorie consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 1972 and 2004

Table 2. Average daily servings from the four food groups, by selected characteristics, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Table 3. Percentage of calories, fat, protein and carbohydrate derived from “other foods,” by selected characteristics, household population1 aged4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Table 4. Foods and drinks accounting for most calories from "other" food group, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Table 5. Percentage of calories derived from fat, protein and carbohydrates, by selected characteristics, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Table 6. Average daily calorie consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 1972 and 2004

Table 7. Foods and drinks accounting for most fat consumed, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Table 8. Percentage distribution of calorie consumption, by meal and selected characteristics, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories

Table 9. Percentage distribution of locations where food consumed was prepared, by selected characteristics, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Charts

Chart 1. Average daily calorie consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 2. Percentage distribution of sources of calories, by food group and age group, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 3. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of vegetables and fruit, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 4. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of milk products, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 5. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of grain products, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 6. Percentage above upper end of recommended range of total calories from fat, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 7. Percentage distribution of sources of fat, by food group and age group, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 8. Percentage of calories derived from between-meal consumption, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada, excluding territories, 2004

Chart 9. Percentage distribution of calories from between-meal consumption, by food group, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 10. Percentage consuming at least one item prepared in fast-food outlet, by age group and sex, household population aged 4 or older, Canada, excluding territories, 2004

Chart 11. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of vegetables and fruit, by age group and region, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 12. Percentage below and above recommended number of servings of milk products, by region, household population aged 4 to 9, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 13. Percentage above upper end of recommended range of total calories derived from fat, by age group and region, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 14. Percentage above upper end of recommended range of total calories derived from fat, by age group and household income, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 15. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of vegetables and fruit, by age group and household income, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 16. Percentage below recommended minimum number of servings of milk products, by age group and household income, household population aged 4 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Chart 17 . One-day intake versus usual intake: Percentage of calories derived from fat, household population aged 19 or older, Canada excluding territories, 2004

Notes:

Data with a coefficient of variation (CV) greater than 33.3% are always suppressed due to the extreme sampling variability. These data are identified as too unreliable to be published (F). Provincial tables were suppressed due to the large number of unreliable data observed. These tables are available in CANSIM.


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