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Estimating food and nutrient intake from food frequency questionnaire data by reference to a standard weighed diet survey


Estimating food and nutrient intake from food frequency questionnaire data by reference to a standard weighed diet survey



Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics: the Official Journal of the British Dietetic Association 13(3): 219-224



ISSN/ISBN: 0952-3871

PMID: 12383128

DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-277x.2000.00231.x

INTRODUCTION: The food frequency questionnaire is widely regarded as more appropriate for ranking and grouping individuals according to levels of nutrient intake than for estimating absolute nutrient amounts. AIMS: To develop a method for estimation of amount of nutrient intake from food frequency questionnaires by reference to an independent weighed dietary survey. METHOD: Six stages of the method are described and illustrated in the estimation of total dietary fat from the 1984-85 Health and Lifestyle Survey using the 1986-87 Dietary and Nutritional Survey of British Adults as the reference standard. RESULTS: Several points support the validity of the approach although limitations are identified.

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