Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Correlation Between Daily Nutrient Intake Assessed by 7-Day Food Records and Biomarkers of Dietary Intake Among Participants of the NU-AGE Study

@inproceedings{Ostan2018CrossSectionalAO,
  title={Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Correlation Between Daily Nutrient Intake Assessed by 7-Day Food Records and Biomarkers of Dietary Intake Among Participants of the NU-AGE Study},
  author={Rita Ostan and Giulia Guidarelli and Enrico Giampieri and Catia Lanzarini and Agnes A M Berendsen and Olga Januszko and Amy Jennings and No{\"e}lle Lyon and Elodie Caumon and Rachel D. Gillings and Ewa Sicińska and Nathalie Meunier and Edith J M Feskens and Barbara Pietruszka and Lisette C.P.G.M. de Groot and Susan J Fairweather-Tait and Miriam Capri and Claudio Franceschi and Aurelia Santoro},
  booktitle={Front. Physiol.},
  year={2018}
}
Methods for measuring diet composition and quantifying nutrient intake with sufficient validity are essential to study the association between nutrition and health outcomes and risk of diseases. 7-day food records provides a quantification of food actually and currently consumed and is interesting for its use in intervention studies to monitor diet in a short-term period and to guide participants toward changing their intakes. The objective of this study is to analyze the correlation… CONTINUE READING
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