High education is associated with low fat and high fibre, beta-carotene and vitamin C - Computation of nutrient intake based on a short food frequency questionnaire in 17,265 men and women in the Tromsø Study

@inproceedings{Jacobsen2009HighEI,
  title={High education is associated with low fat and high fibre, beta-carotene and vitamin C - Computation of nutrient intake based on a short food frequency questionnaire in 17,265 men and women in the Troms{\o} Study},
  author={Bjarne K. Jacobsen and Hugo Nilsen},
  year={2009}
}
  • Bjarne K. Jacobsen, Hugo Nilsen
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • ABSTRACT Educational level has been correlated to the intake of several nutrients. In a population-based study including 17,265 men and women aged 25-69 years, the intake of nutrients were calculated based on 37 questions about food habits. In this paper, we present results from the dietary survey with emphasis on the relationships between dietary habits and educational level. Compared to subjects with low formal education, subjects with high educational level have less fat in their diet and… CONTINUE READING

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