Calibration of Self-Reported Dietary Measures Using Biomarkers: An Approach to Enhancing Nutritional Epidemiology Reliability

@article{Prentice2013CalibrationOS,
  title={Calibration of Self-Reported Dietary Measures Using Biomarkers: An Approach to Enhancing Nutritional Epidemiology Reliability},
  author={Ross L. Prentice and Lesley F Tinker and Ying Che Huang and Marian L Neuhouser},
  journal={Current Atherosclerosis Reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={1-8}
}
Reports from nutritional epidemiology studies lack reliability if based solely on self-reported dietary consumption estimates. Consumption biomarkers are available for some components of diet. These can be collected in subsets of study cohorts, along with corresponding self-report assessments. Linear regression of (log-transformed) biomarker values on corresponding self-report values and other pertinent study subject characteristics yields calibration equations for dietary consumption, from… CONTINUE READING
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