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Table 5 Sources of fibre among infants and toddlers 6–35 months from the MING study

From: Food sources of energy and nutrients in the diets of infants and toddlers in urban areas of China, based on one 24-hour dietary recall

  Age 6–11 months Age 12–23 months Age 24–35 months
Rank Food Group % of Total Food Group % of Total Food Group % of Total
1 Apples/applesauce 17 Pancakes/sesame seed cakes 11 Soy/tofu/meat substitutes 16
2 Infant formula 12 Apples/applesauce 11 Pancakes/sesame seed cakes 11
3 Pancakes/sesame seed cakes 7 Soy/tofu/meat substitutes 8 Other root vegetables 10
4 Rice 7 Growing-up milk 8 Apples/applesauce 8
5 Noodles 6 Rice 7 Rice 7
6 Bananas 6 Bananas 6 Bananas 4
7 Pears 5 Pears 5 Pears 4
8 Corn 3 Noodles 5 Nuts/seeds 4
9 Cornmeal 3 Kiwi fruits 4 Noodles 4
10 Spinaches 3 Nuts/seeds 3 Chinese cabbages 3
11 Kiwi fruits 3 Chinese cabbages 3 Growing-up milk 3
12 Soy/tofu/meat substitutes 3 Citrus fruits 3 Citrus fruits 3
13 Steamed bread 2 Spinaches 2 Other leafy vegetables 2
14 Chinese cabbages 2 Cornmeal 2 Spinaches 2
15 Bread/biscuits 2 Other root vegetables 2 Corn 2
16 Citrus fruits 2 Steamed bread 2 Carrots 2
17 Carrots 1 Bread/biscuits 2 Bread/biscuits 1
18 Other leafy vegetables 1 Other leafy vegetables 2 Coles 1
19 Dragon fruits 1 Dried fruits 2 Steamed bread 1
20 Other fruits 1 Corn 1 Sweet potatoes/yams 1
21 Millets 1 Sweet potatoes/yams 1 Other fruits 1
22 Other root vegetables 1 Peaches/nectarines/plums 1 -  
23 -   Green beans 1 -  
24 -   Carrots 1 -