A simplified inventory method for quantitating dietary sodium, potassium, and energy.

@article{Frank1983ASI,
  title={A simplified inventory method for quantitating dietary sodium, potassium, and energy.},
  author={Gail C. Frank and J. Nicolich and Adrian Voors and Larry S. Webber and Gerald Berenson},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1983},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={474-80}
}
During an 8-day observation of the effect of K+ supplementation (80 mEq) on Na+ and K+ balance in a biracial sample of young adults (n = 14), a Food Inventory was developed to monitor dietary Na+, K+, and energy intakes. Urine and stool samples provided electrolyte output measures. The Food Inventory reduced heterogeneity of foods consumed and simplified… CONTINUE READING