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Comparison of different recall methods of estimating food consumption by children 10 years old



Comparison of different recall methods of estimating food consumption by children 10 years old



Voeding 44(12): 421-428



In 2 classes of children 10 years old the child was questioned about consumption of snacks in the previous 24 h and the parent at home about the child's main meals and snacks during the same 24-h period, or both were questioned together. In a repeat test 1 week later child and parent were always questioned together. In a similar class children only were questioned about snacks consumed in the previous 24 h during both tests.

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