Comparison of techniques for estimating nutrient intake: the Framingham Study.

@article{Posner1992ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of techniques for estimating nutrient intake: the Framingham Study.},
  author={Bryan Posner and S S Martin-Munley and Charlie Smigelski and L. Adrienne Cupples and James L. S. Cobb and Eckhard Schaefer and David R. Miller and Ralph B. D'Agostino},
  journal={Epidemiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={171-7}
}
We compared estimates of nutrient intake by three diet assessment methods (24-hour recall, 3-day food record, food frequency questionnaire) in a random sample of 73 females and 77 males from the Framingham Offspring/Spouse Study. The results differed according to analytic method. Estimates of group mean intake from the 24-hour recall and 3-day records were similar in both women and men, with differences of less than 10% for most nutrients. The estimates of mean intake calculated from the food… CONTINUE READING