Comparison of approaches to correct intake–health associations for FFQ measurement error using a duplicate recovery biomarker and a duplicate 24 h dietary recall as reference method.

@article{Geelen2015ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of approaches to correct intake–health associations for FFQ measurement error using a duplicate recovery biomarker and a duplicate 24 h dietary recall as reference method.},
  author={Anouk Geelen and Olga W. Souverein and Maria C. Busstra and Jeanne H. M. de Vries and Pieter van't Veer},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  year={2015},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={
          226-33
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To illustrate the impact of intake-related bias in FFQ and 24 h recall (24hR), and correlated errors between these methods, on intake-health associations. DESIGN Dietary intake was assessed by a 180-item semi-quantitative FFQ and two 24hR. Urinary N and urinary K were estimated from two 24 h urine samples. We compared four scenarios to correct associations for errors in an FFQ estimating protein and K intakes. SETTING Wageningen, The Netherlands. SUBJECTS Fifty-nine men and… CONTINUE READING

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