Diet quality and dietary diversity in France: implications for the French paradox.

@article{Drewnowski1996DietQA,
  title={Diet quality and dietary diversity in France: implications for the French paradox.},
  author={A Drewnowski and Susan A Henderson and Allan Shore and Claude Fischler and Paul Preziosi and Serge Hercberg},
  journal={Journal of the American Dietetic Association},
  year={1996},
  volume={96 7},
  pages={663-9}
}
OBJECTIVES Assessing the quality of the total diet is a relatively new focus of studies in nutritional epidemiology. New indexes of healthful eating patterns have been largely limited to US populations. This study used evaluative criteria developed in the United States to assess diet quality and dietary diversity of French adults. METHODS Habitual dietary intakes of a representative sample of 837 adults (361 men and 476 women) in the Val-de-Marne Dèpartement were evaluated. Evaluative… CONTINUE READING
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