Misreporting of energy: prevalence, characteristics of misreporters and influence on observed risk estimates in the Malmö Diet and Cancer cohort.

@article{Mattisson2005MisreportingOE,
  title={Misreporting of energy: prevalence, characteristics of misreporters and influence on observed risk estimates in the Malm{\"o} Diet and Cancer cohort.},
  author={Ir{\'e}ne Mattisson and Elisabet Wirf{\"a}lt and Carin Andr{\'e}n Aronsson and Peter Wallstr{\"o}m and Emily Sonestedt and Bo Gullberg and G{\"o}ran GB Berglund},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={94 5},
  pages={832-42}
}
The present study investigates the prevalence of misreporting of energy in the Malmö Diet and Cancer cohort, and examines anthropometric, socio-economic and lifestyle characteristics of the misreporters. Further, the influence of excluding misreporters on risk estimates of post-menopausal breast cancer was examined. Information of reported energy intake (EI) was obtained from a modified diet history method. A questionnaire provided information on lifestyle and socio-economic characteristics… CONTINUE READING