Fluid and nutrient intake and risk of chronic kidney disease.

  title={Fluid and nutrient intake and risk of chronic kidney disease.},
  author={Giovanni F M Strippoli and Jonathan C Craig and Elena Rochtchina and Victoria Mary Flood and Jie Jin Wang and Paul Mitchell},
  volume={16 3},
AIM We evaluated the association between fluid and nutrient intake and chronic kidney disease (CKD). METHODS Two cross-sectional population-based studies. Validated nutrition food frequency questionnaires (FFQ) administered to people >50 years, identified in a door-to-door census of a well-defined suburban area. Based upon nutrition tables we calculated intakes of over 40 nutrients (factors) and total daily energy intake. Primary outcome was CKD. Fluid (total content of fluid and drinks… CONTINUE READING
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