Measurement of lactose consumption reliability and comparison of two methods.

@article{Cooper1995MeasurementOL,
  title={Measurement of lactose consumption reliability and comparison of two methods.},
  author={G. S. Cooper and Marjorie G. Busby and Alysa Fairchild},
  journal={Annals of epidemiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={5 6},
  pages={473-7}
}
The objective of this study was to assess the reliability of lactose consumption measured with a food-frequency questionnaire and to compare food-frequency data to prospectively recorded data. A self-administered food-frequency questionnaire (FF1) was completed by 295 women ages 38 to 49. Two months later, 75 received the same food-frequency questionnaire (FF2), and 75 received a 1-week diet diary listing 23 commonly eaten lactose-containing foods. Estimated mean intake of lactose was 16.1 g/d… CONTINUE READING