A comparison of four dietary assessment methods in materially deprived households in England.

@article{Holmes2008ACO,
  title={A comparison of four dietary assessment methods in materially deprived households in England.},
  author={Bridget M Holmes and Katie Dick and Michael W. Nelson},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={11 5},
  pages={444-56}
}
OBJECTIVES Low-income households in the UK concentrate factors associated with poor record-keeping such as lower literacy, numeracy and English language skills. The present study aimed to (1) compare the validity and acceptability of three dietary survey methods against appropriate reference measures and (2) identify a method which was both valid and acceptable in low-income households. DESIGN Cross-sectional design comparing three 4-day dietary survey methods (multiple-pass 24-hour recall… CONTINUE READING

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