Does degree of obesity influence the validity of reported energy and protein intake? Results from the SOS Dietary Questionnaire

@article{Lindroos1999DoesDO,
  title={Does degree of obesity influence the validity of reported energy and protein intake? Results from the SOS Dietary Questionnaire},
  author={Ak Lindroos and L. Scott Lissner and Lars Olov Sj{\"o}str{\"o}m},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={53},
  pages={375-378}
}
Objective: To test the validity of a dietary questionnaire which was developed with the particular goal of measuring dietary intake in obese subjects.Design: Reported energy intake was compared with 24 h energy expenditure measured in a chamber for indirect calorimetry (24 EE) and reported nitrogen intake with nitrogen in urine collected during the 24 h in the chamber.Subjects: Twenty-nine overweight men and women, body mass index (BMI) ranging from 25.5–49.5 kg/m2.Results: Reported energy… CONTINUE READING

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