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Table 2 Parameters used to model the impact of health-related claims (hrcs) on uk mortality from non-communicable diseases (95% confidence intervals)

From: Regulating health and nutrition claims in the UK using a nutrient profile model: an explorative modelled health impact assessment

Food group Impact of HRCs on dietary choices (ORs) [11] HRCs prevalence
‘HRCs restricted’ models ‘HRCs restricted & reformulated’ models
1a FSANZ NPSC 2a EU model 1b FSANZ NPSC
2b EU model
(Baseline HRC prevalence [10]
Potatoes, bread, rice, pasta or other starchy carbohydrates 1.17 (1.60–1.91) 19% (14–25%) 19% (14–25%) 29% (23–36%)
Composite foods 1.06 (0.91–1.24) 12% (8–17%) 14% (10–20%) 16% (12–22%)
Foods and drinks high in fat and/or sugar 1.35 (1.09–1.66) 11% (9–13%) 11% (9–14%) 23% (20–26%)
Fruit and vegetables 1.92 (1.56–2.35) 31% (25–39%) 30% (23–37%) 33% (26–41%)
Beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other protein 2.42 (1.87–3.12) 9% (6–13%) 12% (8–16%) 18% (14–22%)
Dairy or dairy alternatives 1.25 (1.22–1.27) 37% (30–45%) 40% (32–47%) 46% (39–54%)
Miscellaneous 1 18% (14–23%) 25% (21–31%) 31% (26–37%)