- •In our Dutch elderly cohort, a high level of education was the most pronounced socio-economic indicator of high diet quality at baseline and at 20-year follow-up.
- •Higher income was associated with lower diet quality at follow-up.
- •Occupational status was not associated with diet quality at baseline or at follow-up.
- •Different socio-economic factors influence diet quality in different ways.
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