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The influence of survey duration on estimates of food intakes - relevance for food-based dietary guidelines



The influence of survey duration on estimates of food intakes - relevance for food-based dietary guidelines



British Journal of Nutrition 81(Supplement 2): S139-S142



The paper looks at survey duration, a major source of variability in food consumption surveys, which influences estimates of food intake and classification of individuals.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0007114599000999



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