Combining food records with in-depth probing interviews improves quality of dietary intake reporting in a group of South Asian women.

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OBJECTIVE To investigate if the addition of an in-depth interview focused on cultural dietary practices could improve the quality of dietary data from food records among South Asian women in New Zealand. METHODS Cross-sectional data were collected from 134 South Asian women (≥20 years), living in Auckland. Dietary data were collected using four-day food… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1753-6405.2011.00809.x

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@article{Kruger2012CombiningFR, title={Combining food records with in-depth probing interviews improves quality of dietary intake reporting in a group of South Asian women.}, author={Rozanne Kruger and Welma Stonehouse and Pamela Ruth von Hurst and Jane E Coad}, journal={Australian and New Zealand journal of public health}, year={2012}, volume={36 2}, pages={135-40} }