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The Daily Healthy Beverage Guidelines in Taiwan─2

How to set up the Standards

1. Classification factors:
˙sugar consumption
˙trans fatty acid
˙caffeine level
˙sweetener or other sugar substitute added
2.Reference and Basis:
˙ References from several countries beverage guidance panel
˙ Based on「Guideline for food packages labeling in the market」(by Department of  Health) and「Guideline for school beverage and food」(by Ministry of Education )。

 

Department of Health

「Guideline for food packages labeling in the market」

Ministry of Education

「Guideline for school beverage and food」

sugars

No added sugar:<0.5 g/ 100ml
Low sugar:0.5-2.5 g/ 100ml

Extrinsic sugar from beverage < 10% of total energy
(drinking yogurt、soybean milk <30%)

caffeine

 

Choose 7 groups of beverage
No caffeine contain beverages

Fat

Non-fat:<0.5 g/ 100ml
Low-fat:<1.5 g/ 100ml

Energy from fat < 30%
(except fresh milk、preserved milk and soybean milk)
Do not use Olestra,Olean and other artificial fat

sweetener or other sugar substitute

 

Do not use sweetener or other sugar substitute

3.There are 2 groups and 4 levels of beverages:

  • Group1: More healthy beverages—「everyday」and 「almost everyday」
  • Group2: Less healthy beverages—「sometimes」and「occasionally」

Levels

Standard

Example

Everyday

˙No added sugars
˙No trans fatty acid
˙No caffeine
˙No sweetener or other sugar substitute
˙Total protein >2.5g/100ml (except water)

˙water
˙100% dairy products
(fresh milk、preserved milk)
˙No sugar drinking yogurt
˙No sugar soybean milk

 Almost everyday

˙sugar added ≦2.5g/ 100ml
(drinking yogurt 、soybean milk <30% of total energy)
˙No trans fatty acid
˙No caffeine
˙ No sweetener or other sugar substitute

˙sugar reduced drinking yogurt
˙reduced (low) sugar soybean milk
˙100% fruit juice
˙No sugar and low sugar herbal tea

Sometimes

˙sugar added 2.5~8g/100ml
˙No trans fatty acid
˙No caffeine
˙No sweetener or other sugar substitute

˙soymilk
˙flavored milk
˙sport drink
˙drinking yogurt

Occasional

˙sugar added >8g/100ml
˙contain trans fatty acids
˙contain caffeine
˙ contain sweetener or other sugar substitute

˙Artificially sweetened carbonated beverages (include “diet”, “light” and “zero”)
˙herbal tea

  1. Lactic acid drink, Drinking yoghurt , Diluted fermented milk

˙tea, milk tea
˙coffee drink
˙Diluted juice

How to classify“sometimes foods”and“occasional foods”:
一、the limitation of intake volume is 250 ml

  1. It is the smallest value among all size of cartons, very close to one serving size.
  2. The bigger portion they are, the more sugars they contain which makes all beverages be eliminated from recommended list.
  3. References from several countries (the U.S.A., Canada, New Zealand )

二、to calculate the limitation of sugar intake from daily beverages by school children is 19.5 g from beverages and juices.
↓Energy consumption from daily recommended intake (DRI)

Age

Boy (kcal/day)

Girl (kcal/day)

7 ~9

1800
2050

1550
1750

10~13

1950
2200

1950
2250

↓Daily sugar intake < 10% of total energy
↓According to Schoolchild From Nutrition and Health Survey for Elementary Schoolchild in Taiwan, there are 50% of Sugar from beverages or juices.
↓Carbohydrate or sugar supply 4 kcal/ per g.
1550×10%×50%÷4=19.5 g


三、baseline of sugar intake for “sometimes foods”and“occasional foods”

  1. the limitation of sugar intake from daily beverages÷ the limitation of intake volume

19.5 ÷ 2.5 = 7.8 g/ 100 ml

  • If the beverage contains more than 8 g/ 100ml, it well be definite as“sometimes foods”and“occasional foods”

How to use the Daily Healthy Beverage Guidelines

Classification

Definition

Face symbols

Recommended serving size

Everyday foods

drink every day

 face symbols

  1. 100% milk, no (or low) sugars drinking yogurt,: 250~500 c.c./ day
  2. No (or low) sugars soybean milk: 0~250 c.c./ day
  3. Water: 1440~1920 ml (without milk); 900~1700 ml (with milk)

Almost everyday foods

You can drink adequately every day

 face symbols

100% juice (fruit, vegetable or combination): 0~250 c.c./ day
But we recommend choosing  fresh fruit and vegetable as first priority.

Sometimes foods

2-3 times a week

 face symbols

0~250 c.c./ every time (2~3 times/ week)

Occasional foods

no more than once a week

 face symbols

0~250 c.c./ week

The Daily Healthy Beverage Guidelines

Dairy (except butter or coffee mate)

CLASSIFICATION

STANDARD

EXAMPLE

SERVING SIZE

ALMOST EVERYDAY
 face symbols

  1. Protein > 2.6g/100 c.c.
  2. Sugars ≦12 g/250 c.c.
  3. No caffeine
  4. No sweetener or other sugar substitute

No sugar, low sugar or reduce sugar soybean milk

<250 c.c.

SOMETIMES
(less than 3 times a week)
 face symbols

  1. Protein > 2.6 g/100 c.c.
  2. Sugars > 12 g/250 c.c.
  3. No caffeine
  4. No sweetener or other sugar substitute

Sugar added soybean milk

<250 c.c.

OCCASIONAL
(less than once a week)
 face symbols

  1. Sugars > 12 g/250 c.c.
  2. No caffeine
  3. No sweetener or other sugar substitute

Soymilk

<250 c.c.

Juice

CLASSIFICATION

STANDARD

EXAMPLE

SERVING SIZE

ALMOST EVERYDAY
 face symbols

  1. Squeezing juice without filtering
  2. No added sugars or sodium
  3. No caffeine,  sweetener or other sugar substitute

Squeezing juice without filtering (fruit, vegetable or combination)

<250 c.c.

SOMETIMES
(less than 3 times a week)
 face symbols

  1. 100% natural or/and condensed juice
  2. Sugars added ≦2.5 g/100 c.c.
  3. Sodium ≦ 300m g/250 c.c.
  4. No caffeine,  sweetener or other sugar substitute

sugar reduced 100% squeezing juice (fruit, vegetable or combination)

<250 c.c.

OCCASIONAL
(less than once a week)
 face symbols

  1. 100% natural or/and condensed juice contain mainly
  2. Sugars added>2.5 g/100 c.c.
  3. Sodium >300 mg/250c.c
  4. No caffeine,  sweetener or other sugar substitute

Diluted juice, Squeezing juice (fruit, vegetable or combination)

<250 c.c.

Others

CLASSIFICATION

STANDARD

EXAMPLE

SERVING SIZE

EVERYDAY
 face symbols

  1. No added sugar
  2. No fat content
  3. No caffeine
  4. No sweetener or other sugar substitute
  1. Tap water, bottled water, mineral water
  2. No sugar added herbal tea

 Water: 1440~1920 ml (without milk); 900~1700 ml (with milk)

SOMETIMES
(less than 3 times a week)
 face symbols

  1. Sugars ≦7.5 g/100 c.c.
  2. Non fat products
  3. No caffeine
  4. No sweetener or other sugar substitute
  1. Sport drink

<250 c.c.

OCCASIONAL
(less than once a week)
 face symbols

  1. Sugars >7.5 g/100 c.c.
  2. Fat content
  3. No caffeine
  4. No sweetener or other sugar substitute
  1. Artificially sweetened carbonated beverages (include “diet”, “light” and “zero”)
  2. Tea, milk tea, energy drink
  3. Coffee drink
  4. White gourd drink
  5. Fruity flavored vinegar drink

<250 c.c.

 

 

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