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The use of 24-hour urine samples and energy expenditure to validate dietary assessments

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(1 SUPP): 227S-231S
The use of 24-hour urine samples and energy expenditure to validate dietary assessments
A review. The doubly labelled-water technique can be used as a noninvasive measure of energy expenditure, and, with no gains or losses in weight, expenditure should equal intake. Provided sufficiently complete urine collections are obtained, urine nitrogen is an accurate measure of protein intake in individuals in N balance.

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