Eating well with Canada's Food Guide (2007): development of the food intake pattern.

@article{Katamay2007EatingWW,
  title={Eating well with Canada's Food Guide (2007): development of the food intake pattern.},
  author={Stefa W Katamay and Krista A Esslinger and Michel Vigneault and Janice L Johnston and Beth A Junkins and Linda G Robbins and Isabelle V Sirois and Elaine M Jones-Mclean and Anne Kennedy and Mary Ann Bush and Danielle Brul{\'e} and Chantal Martineau},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={65 4},
  pages={155-66}
}
A food intake pattern specifying amounts and types of food was created for Canada's revised food guide, Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide (2007), using a two-step modeling process. In step one, food composites were manipulated to develop a food intake pattern. The second step used the step one food intake pattern to create 500 simulated diets for each of 16 age and gender groups. The resulting nutrient content distributions were evaluated relative to Dietary Reference Intake reference values… CONTINUE READING

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