Lifestyle interventions influence relative errors in self-reported diet intake of sodium and potassium.

@article{Espeland2001LifestyleII,
  title={Lifestyle interventions influence relative errors in self-reported diet intake of sodium and potassium.},
  author={Mark A. Espeland and Shiriki K Kumanyika and A. Christy Wilson and Sara Wilcox and Debbie Chao and Judy Bahnson and David M. Reboussin and Linda H. Easter and Beiyao Zheng},
  journal={Annals of epidemiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={85-93}
}
PURPOSE To characterize the distribution of errors in self-reported sodium and potassium dietary intakes relative to more objective urine measures among participants receiving lifestyle interventions. METHODS We analyzed longitudinal data from 900 individuals with hypertension who had been enrolled in a randomized controlled clinical trial to establish whether usual care or three lifestyle interventions (weight loss, sodium reduction, and combined weight loss and sodium reduction) could… CONTINUE READING
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