Dietary Fiber Intake among Normal-Weight and Overweight Female Health Care Workers: An Exploratory Nested Case-Control Study within FINALE-Health

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Socioeconomic factors affect choice of diet, that is, dietary fiber intake. Underreporting of food consumption in diet surveys has been reported higher in low-income, low-education groups compared to high-income, high-education groups. This paper examines in a socioeconomic homogenous low-income low-education group of females the relation between dietary… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2017/1096015

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@inproceedings{Hadrvi2017DietaryFI, title={Dietary Fiber Intake among Normal-Weight and Overweight Female Health Care Workers: An Exploratory Nested Case-Control Study within FINALE-Health}, author={Jenny Hadr{\'e}vi and Karen S\ogaard and Jeanette Reffstrup Christensen}, booktitle={Journal of nutrition and metabolism}, year={2017} }