Adequacy of iodine intake in three different Japanese adult dietary patterns: a nationwide study.

@article{Katagiri2015AdequacyOI,
  title={Adequacy of iodine intake in three different Japanese adult dietary patterns: a nationwide study.},
  author={Ryoko Katagiri and Keiko Asakura and Ken Uechi and Shizuko Masayasu and Satoshi Sasaki},
  journal={Nutrition journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={129}
}
BACKGROUND Iodine intake is considered to be high in Japan due to regular seaweed consumption. Subgroups that do not have a traditional Japanese-style diet may consume insufficient amounts of iodine. METHOD Three hundred and ninety apparently healthy adults (195 men and 195 women) aged 20 to 69 years from 20 areas throughout Japan completed four-day diet records and collected a 24-h urine sample. Dietary patterns were extracted from 31 food groups by cluster analysis. The iodine adequacy of… CONTINUE READING
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