Adolescents in the United States can identify familiar foods at the time of consumption and when prompted with an image 14 h postprandial, but poorly estimate portions.

@article{Schap2011AdolescentsIT,
  title={Adolescents in the United States can identify familiar foods at the time of consumption and when prompted with an image 14 h postprandial, but poorly estimate portions.},
  author={TusaRebecca E Schap and Bethany L Six and Edward J. Delp and David S. Ebert and Deborah Anne Kerr and Carol Jo Boushey},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={14 7},
  pages={1184-91}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate adolescents' abilities to identify foods and estimate the portion size of foods consumed in order to inform development of the mobile telephone food record (mpFR). DESIGN Data were collected from two samples of adolescents (11-18 years). Adolescents in sample 1 participated in one lunch (n 63) and fifty-five of the sixty-three adolescents (87 %) returned for breakfast the next morning. Sample 2 volunteers received all meals and snacks for a 24 h period. At mealtime… CONTINUE READING
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