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A culture-sensitive quantitative food frequency questionnaire used in an African population: 1. Development and reproducibility



A culture-sensitive quantitative food frequency questionnaire used in an African population: 1. Development and reproducibility



Public Health Nutrition 4(1): 53-62



A cross-sectional study was conducted to develop and assess the reproducibility of a quantitative food frequency questionnaire (QFFQ) sensitive to the culture of the African population of the North West Province, South Africa This community-based field study was performed in a population stratified according to level of unbanization from deep rural to urban upper class.

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PMID: 11315681

DOI: 10.1079/phn200040



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