National Diet and Nutrition Survey: UK food consumption and nutrient intakes from the first year of the rolling programme and comparisons with previous surveys.

@article{Whitton2011NationalDA,
  title={National Diet and Nutrition Survey: UK food consumption and nutrient intakes from the first year of the rolling programme and comparisons with previous surveys.},
  author={Clare Whitton and Sonja K Nicholson and Caireen Roberts and Celia J Prynne and Gerda Karolien Pot and Ashley Olson and Emily Fitt and Darren J. Cole and Birgit Teucher and Beverley Bates and Helen Henderson and Sarah Pigott and Claire Deverill and Gillian Swan and Alison M. Stephen},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={106 12},
  pages={1899-914}
}
The National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS) is a cross-sectional survey designed to gather data representative of the UK population on food consumption, nutrient intakes and nutritional status. The objectives of the present paper were to identify and describe food consumption and nutrient intakes in the UK from the first year of the NDNS rolling programme (2008-09) and compare these with the 2000-01 NDNS of adults aged 19-64 years and the 1997 NDNS of young people aged 4-18 years. Differences… CONTINUE READING